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Springer -just now

Wood forming tissue-specific e...

Abstract Development of strategies to deconstruct lignocellulosic biomass in tree species is essential for biofuels and biomaterials production. We applied a wood forming tissue-specific system in a hybrid poplar to express both PdSuSy (a sucrose synthase gene from Populus deltoi...

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Phenological study of congener...

Abstract Although important, phenological studies comparing congeneric species or the same species growing in different habitats are still scarce for the tropics. Herein, we integrate phylogeny, ecology and biometeorology to verify whether the phenophases of congeneric species My...

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Diversity and surge in abundan...

Abstract Since the rapid spread of the Asian chestnut gall wasp (ACGW) throughout south-east Europe in the last few years, the possibilities of its control have been increasingly investigated. Due to constraints in available suppression measures in forest stands, biological contr...

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Fine-scale analysis reveals a ...

Abstract Forest management may have significant effects on forest connectivity and natural population sizes. Harvesting old-growth single trees may also change natural patterns of genetic variation and spatial genetic structure. This study evaluated the impacts of forest manageme...

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Assessment of handheld mobile ...

Abstract Sustainable forest management heavily relies on the accurate estimation of tree parameters. Among others, the diameter at breast height (DBH) is important for extracting the volume and mass of an individual tree. For systematically estimating the volume of entire plots, ...

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Estimated biomass carbon in th...

Abstract Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolate [Lamb.] Hook.) is a fast-growing species which is not only important as a timber-supplier, but also as an available sink for carbon (C) storage in biomass. Stand age and density are two critical factors that can determine tree C seque...

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Long-lasting effects of unplan...

Abstract Understanding the effects of disturbance on seed rain is critical to predict changes in forest species composition and diversity. Logging effects on seed rain in a mixed conifer-hardwood forest complex in southern Brazil were evaluated. One year of seed rain data ...

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Resistance genes mediate diffe...

Abstract The pine wood nematode (PWN), Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner & Buhrer) Nickle, is the pathogen of pine wilt disease (PWD) which can devastate forests. PWN can be of high or low severity and the mechanisms underlying the differences in virulence are unclear. Ther...

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Evaluating growth and intrinsi...

Abstract Key message Juglans, Fraxinus, Quercus and Pinus species seem to better maximize the carbon–water ratio providing useful indications on species selection for forestry plantations in areas with increasing drought risk. ...

FAO -18 hours ago

Los bosques para la salud y el...

Directa o indirectamente, los bosques aportan importantes beneficios para la salud de todas las personas, no solo de aquellas cuyas vidas están estrechamente entrelazadas con los ecosistemas forestales, sino también de las personas que viven lejos de los bosques, como las poblaciones urbanas....

USFS -3 days ago

A field-based experiment on th...

<p>Forests are integral to sustaining clean water resources and healthy watersheds. It is critical, therefore, that managers fully understand the potential impacts of their actions on myriad ecosystem services provided by forested watersheds. While forest hydrologists have long used paired-wat...

USFS -4 days ago

Weighting for the USDA Forest ...

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service���s National Woodland Owner Survey (NWOS) collects information on the attitudes, behaviors, and general characteristics of private forest ownerships across the United States. An area-based sample design that results in inclusion probabilities ...

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