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1. Iridoids, triterpenes and other constituents from the trunk bark and flowers of the Tabebuia caraiba.

The trunk bark of Tabebuia caraiba Bignoniaceae was found to contain four novel iridoids, 6-O-E-p-coumaroyljioglutin D (2), 6-O-E-p-coumaroyl-3-demethyl-3-O-ethyljioglutin D (3), 6-O-E-p-coumaroyl-1-demethyl-1-O-ethyljioglutin D (4), 7-O-E-p-coumaroyljiofuranaldehyde (5), three known iridoids,...

Foreign Title :Iridoides, triterpenos e outros constituintes das cascas do caule e flores de Tabebuia caraiba bignoniaceae.

Author(s) : Soares, A. de O.; Tieppo, C.; Soares, L. R.; Corsino, J.; Souza, A. F.; Garcez, F. R.; Garcez, W. S.

Publisher : Sociedad Brasileira de Química, São Paulo, Brazil

Journal article : Química Nova 2020 Vol.43 No.4 pp.399-403 ref.16

2. International Forestry Symposium, 2016.

This proceedings contains 20 papers covering a wide range of topics, including: plant and forest tree pathogens; land use and soil erosion control; urban forestry; forest product properties and industry; seed orchards and forest administration; forest fires; forest roads; wood processing and noise...

Publisher : Kastamonu University Forestry Faculty, Kastamonu, Turkey

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Kastamonu Üniversitesi Orman Fakültesi Dergisi 2017 Vol.17 No.3 Special Issue pp.368-542

3. Recommendations for inserting the tree component into integrated crop-livestock-forest systems.

This paper focuses on the recommendations for the insertion and management of the tree component in integrated crop-livestock-forest systems. The intensification of land use through systems integrated with trees can provide positive results as long as the tree component is adopted properly....

Foreign Title :Recomendações para inserção do componente arboreo em sistemas integrados lavoura-pecuaria-floresta.

Author(s) : Pulrolnik, K.; Marchão, R. L.; Vilela, L.; Guimarães Júnior, R.; Souza, K. W. de; Moraes Neto, S. P. de

Publisher : Embrapa Cerrados, Planaltina, Brazil

Bulletin : Comunicado Técnico - Embrapa Cerrados 2019 No.182 pp.11 pp. ref.6

4. Annual biomass loss and potential value of urban tree waste in the United States.

Urban trees provide numerous benefits to society, but upon removal, this resource is underutilized and often considered a waste product to be discarded. However, urban trees have a potential to be utilized for various products, create jobs and an income stream for cities. The latest data on urban...

Author(s) : Nowak, D. J.; Greenfield, E. J.; Ash, R. M.

Publisher : Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany

Journal article : Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 2019 Vol.46 pp.126469 ref.76

5. Bauhinia purpurea (purple bauhinia).

B. purpurea is widely distributed throughout the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent, and has been introduced into other tropical and subtropical regions, including Africa, South-East Asia and Australia. It is a medium-size multipurpose tree, which besides timber and fuelwood provides fodder, food, tannin...

Author(s) : Rojas-Sandov, J.

Publisher : CABI, Wallingford, UK

Compendium Datasheet : Forestry Compendium 2019 No.8638 ref.many

6. The wood from the trees: the use of timber in construction.

Trees, and their derivative products, have been used by societies around the world for thousands of years. Contemporary construction of tall buildings from timber, in whole or in part, suggests a growing interest in the potential for building with wood at a scale not previously attainable. As wood...

Author(s) : Ramage, M. H.; Burridge, H.; Busse-Wicher, M.; Fereday, G.; Reynolds, T.; Shah, D. U.; Wu GuangLu; Yu Li; Fleming, P.; Densley-Tingley, D.; Allwood, J.; Dupree, P.; Linden, P. F.; Scherman, O.

Publisher : Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2017 Vol.68 No.Part 1 pp.333-359 ref.169

7. Palpebral hidrocystoma.

Author(s) : Agharbi, F. Z.

Publisher : African Field Epidemiology Network, Kampala, Uganda

Journal article : Pan African Medical Journal 2019 Vol.33

8. Thermal degradation of Eucalyptus dunnii and Eucalyptus macarthurii trees exposed to fire.

The thermal degradation of the wood of two commercially used eucalyptus species from South Africa, namely Eucalyptus dunnii and Eucalyptus macarthurii was studied. Both are valuable pulpwood species and the financial loss due to wildfires each year is significant. This study aimed to understand how ...

Author(s) : Groeningen, T. van; Mngomezulu, L. B.; Meincken, M.

Publisher : Springer-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Journal article : European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 2019 Vol.77 No.6 pp.1151-1160 ref.26

9. Forestry technologies: a complete value chain approach.

This book entitled 'Forestry Technologies - A Complete Value Chain Approach' has been designed to cater to the needs of the stakeholders by judiciously incorporating the recent technologies and research outputs available in various sectors of institutions. The book has four major themes viz., basic ...

Author(s) : Parthiban, K. T.; Seenivasan, R.

Publisher : Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India

Book : Forestry technologies: a complete value chain approach 2017 pp.630 pp.

10. Achieving sustainable management of tropical forests.

This book summarises and reviews the wealth of research on tropical forests and how it can help make sustainable management of tropical forests a reality. Part 1 addresses the broader political, economic and environmental context in which tropical forests are situated. Chapters cover topics such as ...

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book : Achieving sustainable management of tropical forests 2020 pp.xxix + 716 pp.

11. Forest business incubator - an innovative institution for business development in forestry and agroforestry sector in India.

The demand for wood and wood products in India is increasing at an alarming rate but there is no concomitant plantation development to satisfy the demands barring few exceptions like pulp and plywood plantation developmental activities. The legal and policy guidelines have restricted the felling...

Author(s) : Parthiban, K. T.; Kumar, N. K.; Fernandez, C. C.

Publisher : Indian Forester, Dehradun, India

Journal article : Indian Forester 2020 Vol.146 No.7 pp.584-591 ref.23

12. On the accuracy of international forest product statistics.

To judge the accuracy of international forest product statistics, we checked the consistency of the reported consumption of wood and fiber with the production of wood products. Using goal programming, we estimated for 180 countries the consumption of industrial roundwood and of paper-making fibers...

Author(s) : Buongiorno, J.

Publisher : Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Forestry (Oxford) 2018 Vol.91 No.5 pp.541-551 ref.18

13. Contract plywood farming-a fillip to agroforestry promotion in India.

The demand for wood and wood products in India is increasing at an alarming rate. This demand is accelerated due to population explosion, urbanization, industrialization and the associated science and technological advancements. The low forest cover, restricted supply of wood from natural forests...

Author(s) : Parthiban, K. T.; Fernandaz, C. C.

Publisher : Indian Society of Agroforestry, National Research Centre for Agroforestry, Jhansi, India

Journal article : Indian Journal of Agroforestry 2020 Vol.22 No.2 pp.1-6

14. Forest products 2015.

Publisher : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy

Bulletin : FAO Forest Products Yearbook 2017 No.No. 2015 pp.243 pp.

15. Melia dubia Cav. wood properties vary with age and influence the pulp and paper quality.

Variations in wood properties such as basic density, tissue proportion, fibre dimensions and their derived indices, cellulose and lignin content of Melia dubia at five age gradations were examined to evaluate the suitability of the species for pulp and paper production. The study showed that basic...

Author(s) : Sinha, S. K.; Chaudhari, P. A.; Thakur, N. S.; Jha, S. K.; Patel, D. P.; Dhaka, R. K.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : International Wood Products Journal 2019 Vol.10 No.4 pp.139-148 ref.68

16. Acacia mearnsii (black wattle).

A fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing tree adapted to a wide range of sites from the temperate and subtropical lowlands to tropical highlands. It yields bark extractives high in quality tannin, paper pulp, cellulose for rayon, charcoal, and fuelwood. The use of A. mearnsii tannin for production of...

Author(s) : Rojas-Sandoval, J.; Pasiecznik, N.

Publisher : CABI, Wallingford, UK

Compendium Datasheet : Forestry Compendium 2019 No.2326 ref.many

17. Soil cover patterns in anthropogenically transformed landscapes of Leningrad oblast.

This study is devoted to the determination of the main types of soil cover patterns (SCPs) in anthropogenically transformed landscapes of Leningrad oblast for the purpose of medium-scale soil cover mapping. Sixteen different groups of anthropogenically transformed and anthropogenic SCPs are...

Author(s) : Sukhacheva, E. U.; Aparin, B. F.

Publisher : Pleiades Publishing, Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Eurasian Soil Science 2019 Vol.52 No.9 pp.1146-1158 ref.24

18. Surface deformation of walnut burl veneer on aircraft sandwich panels assessed by three-dimensional digital image correlation.

The three-dimensional digital image correlation method (3D-DIC) was used to study the surface deformation of aircraft interior sandwich panels as a result of a water vapor adsorption treatment. The effects of a fire-retardant treatment and wood burl structure were evaluated. Unvarnished and...

Author(s) : Rosero-Alvarado, J.; Hernández, R. E.; Riedl, B.

Publisher : Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Journal article : Wood Science and Technology 2018 Vol.52 No.6 pp.1511-1525 ref.45

19. Potential of microwave scanning for determining density and tension strength of four European hardwood species.

As an effect of changing forest management - away from softwood monocultures to more robust mixed stands - the availability of hardwood on the European timber market increases. Thus, a more diversified spectrum of hardwood products is required between the established uses in furniture and energy...

Author(s) : Weidenhiller, A.; Linsenmann, P.; Lux, C.; Brüchert, F.

Publisher : Springer-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Journal article : European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 2019 Vol.77 No.2 pp.235-247 ref.44

20. Special section: reforestation.

This special section contains 15 articles focused on afforestation in agricultural land, ecological restoration, agroforestry, forest and forest fire management, mushroom production, fruit and hardwood tree production, plant diseases, and genetic markers for tree phenology.

Foreign Title :Sección especial: repoblaciones forestales.

Publisher : Sociedad Española de Ciencias Forestales, Madrid, Spain

Journal issue : Cuadernos de la Sociedad Española de Ciencias Forestales 2019 No.45(2) pp.1-148

21. Bauhinia variegata (mountain ebony).

B. variegata is of great importance as a multipurpose tree, particularly as a source of fodder in rural economies. Its wood is used for agricultural implements and the bark for tanning. The tree is very handsome when in flower and is widely planted as an ornamental (Watt, 1972).

Author(s) : Rojas-Sandoval, J.; Acevedo-Rodríguez, P.

Publisher : CABI, Wallingford, UK

Compendium Datasheet : Forestry Compendium 2019 No.8656 ref.many

22. Life cycle inventory for currently produced pine roundwood.

Life cycle inventory (LCI) is the basis for calculating the environmental impacts of different products. The overall guidelines for data collection and other related aspects are standardized in ISO 14040 and 14044 standards. The importance of such studies is increasing due to the sustainability...

Author(s) : Kuka, E.; Cirule, D.; Andersone, I.; Miklasevics, Z.; Andersons, B.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Cleaner Production 2019 Vol.235 pp.613-625

23. Mechanical properties of coppiced and non-coppiced Pterocarpus erinaceus boles and their industrial application.

Rosewood (Pterocarpus erinaceus Poir.) is valued for flooring, ornaments, musical instruments and furniture-making due to its durability, strength, beauty and acoustic properties. It coppices easily which could boost its continual supply. Compression parallel to grain, Modulus of Elasticity (MOE)...

Author(s) : Antwi-Boasiako, C.; Anthonio, F. A.; Frimpong-Mensah, K.

Publisher : Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Journal article : Journal of Forestry Research 2019 Vol.30 No.5 pp.1973-1980 ref.51

24. Reduced-impact logging for climate change mitigation (RIL-C) can halve selective logging emissions from tropical forests.

Selective logging causes at least half of the emissions from tropical forest degradation. Reduced-impact logging for climate (RIL-C) is proposed as a way to maintain timber production while minimizing forest damage. Here we synthesize data from 61 coordinated field-based surveys of logging impacts...

Author(s) : Ellis, P. W.; Gopalakrishna, T.; Goodman, R. C.; Putz, F. E.; Roopsind, A.; Umunay, P. M.; Zalman, J.; Ellis, E. A.; Mo, K.; Gregoire, T. G.; Griscom, B. W.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Forest Ecology and Management 2019 Vol.438 pp.255-266 ref.83

25. Policy forum: challenges of forest governance: biomass export from Leningrad oblast, North-West of Russia.

Russia accounts for approximately 20% of the world's forest cover. More than 59% of the total territory of the Russian Federation is classified as forest land. However, the forest sector contributes only 1.3% to Russian gross domestic product and the Russian forest industry accounts for less than...

Author(s) : Proskurina, S.; Heinimö, J.; Vakkilainen, E.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Forest Policy and Economics 2018 Vol.95 pp.13-17 ref.18