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Springer -just now

Qualitative profiling of mono-...

Abstract In grape berries (Vitis vinifera L.), sesquiterpenes are mainly accumulated as hydrocarbons in the epicuticular wax layer of grapes, whereas monoterpenes, which are predominantly present as alcohols, are glycosylated and are stored as glycosides in the vacuoles of grape ...

Springer -just now

The application of image proce...

Abstract The study was aimed at the evaluation of the usefulness of textures of the outer surface from the images of apple skin and flesh for discrimination of different cultivars. The texture parameters were calculated from color channels: R, G, B, L, a, b, U, V, H, S, I, X, Y, ...

Springer -just now

Influence of genetic backgroun...

Abstract Phenolic compounds in apples 17 cultivars (Malus domestica Borkh.) and 3 wild forms (Malus sp.) were analyzed to study the impact of genetic background, growth site, and fruit bagging. The impact of altitude was studied in nine cultivars by analyzing fruits collected fro...

Springer -2 hours ago

Diversity and composition of m...

Abstract Key message The size of the structural components of the root–pit–mound complex was crucial for high moss species richness. Root plates, pits, and mo...

Forest Pathology -yesterday

Fungi associated with the blig...

Forest Pathology, EarlyView....

Springer -yesterday

Forest plant and macrofungal d...

Abstract Forests in Northeast China in the Greater and Lesser Khingan Mountains (GKM and LKM) account for nearly 1/3 of the total state-owned forests in the country. Regional and historical comparisons of forest plants and macrofungi will favor biological conservation, forest manag...

Springer -yesterday

Genetic diversity analysis of ...

Abstract Chinese plum (Prunus salicina L.), also known as Japanese plum, is gaining importance because of its extensive genetic diversity and nutritional attributes that are beneficial for human health. Single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are the most abundant form of genomic ...

Springer -yesterday

Live fuel moisture content tim...

Abstract Key message We present a structured and curated database covering 21 years of LFMC measurements in the Catalan region, along with an associated R package to manage updates and fa...

Springer -yesterday

Olfactory responses of Argenti...

Abstract Argentine stem weevil adults (ASW, Listronotus bonariensis) feed on the leaves of agricultural grasses and their larvae mine the pseudostem, causing extensive damage that can result in plant death. Plants emit volatiles that serve as signals to host-searching insects and t...

Springer -yesterday

Carbon for nutrient exchange b...

Abstract Non-vascular plants associating with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AMF) and Mucoromycotina ‘fine root endophyte’ (MFRE) fungi derive greater benefits from their fungal associates under higher atmospheric [CO2] (a[CO2]) than ambient; however, nothing is known about how change...

Springer -yesterday

Identification and quantificat...

Abstract Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) was grown in Bangladesh with four different feeding treatments as part of a project that aims to produce fish in a cost-effective way for low-income consumers in developing countries. Fillet and head tissue was analysed because both tis...

USFS -yesterday

Greenhouse gas emissions and r...

As a signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the United States has reported an economy-wide inventory of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and removals since the mid-1990s (U.S. EPA 2021). Forest land, harvested wood products (HWP), woodlands, and urban trees wi...

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