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Abstract

Thinning profoundly affects soil microbial communities and carbon (C) cycling through altering soil microclimate, plant growth, C inputs and allocations. However, these effects are uncertain and may change with thinning intensity, recovery stage, forest type, and climate. Here, we conducted a...

Author(s)
Zhou Tao; Wang ChuanKuan; Zhou ZhengHu
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2020, 149,
Abstract

In 2018, Central Europe experienced one of the most severe and long-lasting summer drought and heat wave ever recorded. Before 2018, the 2003 millennial drought was often invoked as the example of a "hotter drought", and was classified as the most severe event in Europe for the last 500 years....

Author(s)
Schuldt, B.; Buras, A.; Arend, M.; Vitasse, Y.; Beierkuhnlein, C.; Damm, A.; Gharun, M.; Grams, T. E. E.; Hauck, M.; Hajek, P.; Hartmann, H.; Hiltbrunner, E.; Hoch, G.; Holloway-Phillips, M.; Körner, C.; Larysch, E.; Lübbe, T.; Nelson, D. B.; Rammig, A.; Rigling Andreas; Rose, L.; Ruehr, N. K.; Schumann, K.; Weiser, F.; Werner, C.; Wohlgemuth, T.; Zang, C. S.; Kahmen, A.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH
Publication
Basic and Applied Ecology, 2020, 45, pp 86-103
Abstract

Although a simulated-annealing (SA) based method for exploring the optimal thinning schedule in a forest stand has been developed, its long calculation time limits its applicability. Furthermore, the method occasionally fails to provide a sufficient optimal solution even with multiple iterations....

Author(s)
Moriguchi, K.
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2020, 177,
Miscellaneous

A description is provided for Meriderma echinulatum, a myxomycete which occurs on dead, sometimes dry, leaves, living and dead stems, and twigs of various angiosperms and gymnosperms. Some information on its interactions and habitats, economic impacts, intraspecific variation, dispersal and...

Author(s)
Kryvomaz, T. I.; Michaud, A.; Minter, D. W.
Publisher
CABI
Publication
IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, 222,
News Article

Forest productivity depends on a number of factors. It is strongly influenced by the availability of key resources like sunlight, nutrients and...

Date
June 2020
Author(s)
James Cullum
CAB ReviewFull Text

The avocado (Persea americana Mill.) is from an ancient plant lineage, the Lauraceae. Although evidence for human consumption dates back 15,000 years, commercialisation has occurred only over the last 150 years. The most commonly traded variety was first the green-skin 'Fuerte' (green as it...

Date
May 2020
Subjects
fruits; crop quality; avocados; plant pathogens; plant pathogenic fungi; postharvest decay; plant viruses; plant diseases; symptoms; storage decay; geographical distribution; fungicides; pathogens
Author(s)
Everett, K. R.
AbstractFull Text

Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) are among the important pests of forest in the world and in Turkey. Pine-feeding bark beetles interact chemically with their host tree via the behavioral, physiological, and biochemical effects of one class of monoterpenes. The half of oleoresin producing by...

Author(s)
Tiring, G.; Satar, S.; Özkaya, O.
Publisher
Turkish Science and Technology
Publication
Turkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology, 2020, 8, 7, pp 1522-1527

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