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1. Landscape characteristics and main plant species of floristic composition of Doğanbey old village in Aydın.

Doğanbey old village is a historic rural settlement that is located in the national park of Dilek Peninsula Büyük Menderes Delta. The village reflects rural and unique landscape characteristics and units with both natural and human-influenced elements. The aim of this study is to determine...

Author(s) : Şat, B.

Publisher : AVES Publishing, Istanbul, Turkey

Journal article : FORESTIST 2022 Vol.72 No.1 pp.88-96 ref.15

2. Plant species over-occupancy indicates river valleys are natural corridors for migration.

River valleys are considered natural corridors for migration of plant species; however, there is a lack of studies confirming higher colonisation rates of plant species in these areas. We compare plant species richness between ancient and recent forests (developed during and after the nineteenth...

Author(s) : Holeštová, A.; Douda, J.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Plant Ecology 2022 Vol.223 No.1 pp.71-83 ref.73

3. Inter and intra population phenotypic variability of Lippia integrifolia (Verbenaceae) and its natural situation in the west - center of Argentina.

The species Lippia integrifolia is an aromatic, sub - woody shrub, distributed from Northwest and Central Argentina to Bolivia. It is among the most important native aromatic species. It presents medicinal properties, some of which have been scientifically proven. As an alternative to harvesting,...

Author(s) : Brunetti, P. C.; Leiva, R.; Zapata, R.; Torres, L. E.; Chaves, A. G.; Juliani, H. R.; Ojeda, M. S.

Publisher : Sociedad Latinoamericana de Fitoquímica, Santiago, Chile

Journal article : Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas 2022 Vol.21 No.2 pp.242-255 ref.38

4. Conservation zones increase habitat heterogeneity of certified Mediterranean oak woodlands.

Forest certification is a conservation tool, which aims to promote the sustainable management and conservation of forest ecosystems. Establishing set-aside or lower intervention conservation zones to promote biodiversity conservation is a requisite of forest certification. We tested the effects of...

Author(s) : Mexia, T.; Lecomte, X.; Caldeira, M. C.; Bugalho, M. N.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Forest Ecology and Management 2022 Vol.504

5. Mining in the Amazon: importance, impacts, and challenges to restore degraded ecosystems. are we on the right way?

Mining is one of the main economic activities in the Amazon region, contributing substantially to the economy of countries that share its territory. This activity, however, brings environmental aftermaths as vegetation suppression, soil destruction, hydrological instability, and faunal...

Author(s) : Martins, W. B. R.; Matos Rodrigues, J. I. de; Oliveira, V. P. de; Ribeiro, S. S.; Santos Barros, W. dos; Schwartz, G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Engineering 2022 Vol.174 ref.160

6. Plants playing at home: advantage of native plant seeds for ski slope revegetation in the French Pyrenees.

Machine levelling for the creation or maintenance of ski slopes is a major source of disturbance in high elevation ecosystems. Traditional, exogenous seed mixtures can help restoring plant cover and mitigate soil erosion, but they comprise species that are not ecologically adapted to high elevation ...

Author(s) : Dupin, B.; Durand, B.; Cambecèdes, J.; Fromin, N.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Engineering 2022 Vol.174 ref.48

7. Historical mixed-severity disturbances shape current diameter distributions of primary temperate Norway spruce mountain forests in Europe.

Natural disturbances strongly influence forest structural dynamics, and subsequently stand structural heterogeneity, biomass, and forest functioning. The impact of disturbance legacies on current forest structure can greatly influence how we interpret drivers of forest dynamics. However, without...

Author(s) : Rodrigo, R.; Pettit, J. L.; Matula, R.; Kozák, D.; Bace, R.; Pavlin, J.; Janda, P.; Mikoláš, M.; Nagel, T. A.; Schurman, J.; Trotsiuk, V.; Vostarek, O.; Frankovic, M.; Pettit, J. M.; Buechling Arne; Cada, V.; Begovic, K.; Chaskovskyy, O.; Svoboda, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Forest Ecology and Management 2022 Vol.503 ref.58

8. Tree growth and mortality of 42 timber species in central Africa.

Tree growth and mortality are two central processes in mixed and structurally complex moist tropical forests, yet accurate estimates of the variables needed to model them remain sparse and scattered. It is thus still difficult to predict forest evolution at a local scale and build reliable...

Author(s) : Ligot, G.; Gourlet-Fleury, S.; Dainou, K.; Gillet, J. F.; Rossi, V.; Mazengué, M.; Ekome, S. N.; Nkoulou, Y. S.; Zombo, I.; Forni, E.; Doucet, J. L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Forest Ecology and Management 2022 Vol.505 ref.60

9. Genetic structure analysis of Mauritia flexuosa natural population from the Lençóis Maranhenses region using microsatellite markers.

Buriti (Mauritia flexuosa L.f), a palm tree native to South America and widely distributed in Brazil, displays significant ecological, economic and biotechnological importance. However, the disorderly extractivism and environmental degradation of its endemic areas are leading to reductions in,...

Author(s) : Castro, D. A. M.; Costa, T. S.; Cardoso, A. S.; Ramos, H. C. C.; López, J. A.; Diniz, L. E. C.

Publisher : Universidade de Sao Paulo, Campus "Luiz de Queiroz" (ESALQ), Piracicaba, Brazil

Journal article : Scientia Agricola 2022 Vol.79 No.1 ref.42

10. Late Holocene climate anomaly concurrent with fire activity and ecosystem shifts in the eastern Australian highlands.

The alpine area of the Australian mainland is highly sensitive to climate and environmental change, and potentially vulnerable to ecosystem tipping points. Over the next two decades the Australian alpine region is predicted to experience temperature increases of at least 1°C, coupled with a...

Author(s) : Thomas, Z. A.; Mooney, S.; Cadd, H.; Baker, A.; Turney, C.; Schneider, L.; Hogg, A.; Haberle, S.; Green, K.; Weyrich, L. S.; Pérez, V.; Moore, N. E.; Zawadzki, A.; Kelloway, S. J.; Khan, S. J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.802 ref.126

11. Are modern pollen assemblages from soils and mosses the same? A comparison of natural pollen traps from subtropical China.

This study investigated the pollen spectra from 46 pairs of soil and moss samples (pairs collected within a 1 m2 squared area). The samples were collected from six common subtropical vegetation communities in the Meiling Mountains, southeast China, with the vegetation proportions recorded at the...

Author(s) : Fang YiMan; Bunting, M. J.; Ma ChunMei; Yang XiaoPing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 1 ref.87

12. Involvement of differentially accumulated proteins and endogenous auxin in adventitious root formation in micropropagated shoot cuttings of Cedrela fissilis Vellozo (Meliaceae).

Investigation of the biochemical and molecular changes during rooting in woody species can reveal how specific molecules are involved in adventitious root (AR) induction. We investigated the effects of indole butyric acid (IBA) and inhibitors of polar auxin transport and auxin signaling on ex vitro ...

Author(s) : Ribeiro, Y. R. de S.; Aragão, V. P. M.; Sousa, K. R. de; Macedo, A. F.; Floh, E. I. S.; Silveira, V.; Santa-Catarina, C.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 2022 Vol.148 No.1 pp.119-135 ref.73

13. Urban ethnobotany of Kolkata, India: a case study of sustainability, conservation and pluricultural use of medicinal plants in traditional herbal shops.

Kolkata, due to its rich cultural heritage, displays a mixture of Ayurvedic, Siddha, Unani and Chinese medicines in its pharmacopoeia. An ethnopharmacological survey was conducted throughout the 144 wards in Kolkata from October 2019 to February 2020 to record the Ethnomedicinal practices and...

Author(s) : Tusheema Dutta; Samapika Nandy; Abhijit Dey

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Environment, Development and Sustainability 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.1207-1240 ref.48

14. Biodiversity conservation policy in megadiverse countries: comparing policy systems for 2020 targets to inform management in the coming decades.

The year 2020 marks a crucial deadline for signatories to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the most important global agreement for biodiversity conservation, which requires nations to meet conservation targets. Managers and decision-makers need a better understanding of the policy...

Author(s) : Dunning, K.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.302 No.Part A

15. Flowering map of papaya germplasm: support for genetic breeding and conservation programs.

Brazil is the world's second leading producer of papaya. However, to sustain future production and growth particularly in the face of climate change, the development of new cultivars adapted to the country's various producing regions is a priority, mainly taking climate change into consideration....

Author(s) : Ferreira, J. A. B.; Souza, F. V. D.; Moura, H. C. P.; Souza, E. H. de; Cortes, D. F. M.; Conceição, J. Q.; Ledo, C. A. S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Scientia Horticulturae 2022 Vol.293 ref.49

16. Mycorrhizal fungus Coprinellus disseminatus influences seed germination of the terrestrial orchid Cremastra appendiculata (D. Don) Makino.

Symbiotic fungi are required to provide nutrients for orchid seed germination and seedling development, underpinning the long-term conservation and reintroduction of species. Cremastra appendiculata is a terrestrial orchid whose asymbiotic seed germination has been studied to some extent, but the...

Author(s) : Gao YanYan; Peng SiJing; Hang Ye; Xie GuoFang; Ji Ning; Zhang MingSheng

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Scientia Horticulturae 2022 Vol.293 ref.50

17. Growth and productivity modeling of seven Eucalyptus species in souiniet's arboretum in the northwestern of Tunisia.

This study consists of the development of tree growth models to deduce stands productivity and determine the highest productive species in the conditions of the concerned plantation. Seven Eucalyptus, introduced in the arboretum of Souiniet (north-west of Tunisia, wet Mediterranean bioclimate) in a ...

Author(s) : Mhamdi, S.; Elaieb, M. T.; Naoufel Souayah; Khouja, M.; Khouja, M. L.; Aloui, A.; Candelier, K.

Publisher : AVES Publishing, Istanbul, Turkey

Journal article : FORESTIST 2022 Vol.72 No.1 pp.48-61 ref.47

18. Genetic diversity and population structure of Chionanthus virginicus.

The genus Chionanthus, known as fringetrees, is a member of the olive family (Oleaceae). Chionanthus virginicus is an understory tree or shrub with a wide range in forests of the eastern United States and is used as an ornamental tree that is known to be free of insects and disease in the wild. The ...

Author(s) : Wadl, P. A.; Rinehart, T. A.; Olsen, R. T.; Waldo, B. D.; Kirkbride, J. H., Jr.

Publisher : American Society for Horticultural Science, Alexandria, USA

Journal article : Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 2022 Vol.147 No.1 pp.62-69 ref.many

19. Assessment of phenotypic diversity in the USDA, national plant germplasm system (NPGS) guayule germplasm collection.

Phenotypic characterization on historical breeding lines and wild genetic resources from the 1950's to 1990's of the rubber-bearing plant guayule (Parthenium argentatum A. Gray) and hybrids was conducted. Variation among germplasm on seed weight and germination was determined along with leaf traits ...

Author(s) : Cruz, V. M. V.; Dierig, D. A.; Lynch, A.; Hunnicutt, K.; Sullivan, T. R.; Wang, G.; Zhu, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Industrial Crops and Products 2022 Vol.175 ref.51

20. Invasive ectomycorrhizal fungi can disperse in the absence of their known vectors.

Positive interactions between non-native species can accelerate their invasion rate and exacerbate their impacts. This has been shown for non-native mammals that disperse invasive ectomycorrhizal fungi (EMF), in turn facilitating the invasion of non-native tree species. Mammal-mediated dispersion...

Author(s) : Policelli, N.; Horton, T. R.; Kitzberger, T.; Nuñez, M. A.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Fungal Ecology 2022 Vol.55 ref.many

21. Genetic diversity and population structure of apple germplasm from Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey by SSRs.

Turkey has a diverse apple germplasm and Northeastern Anatolia had great contributions to domestication of the Malus genus. Despite quite high rainfall (900-2300 mm) and humidity (70-85%) levels, several local apple cultivars have been successfully grown for centuries at the coastal zone of Eastern ...

Author(s) : Bakır, M.; Dumanoglu, H.; Aygun, A.; Erdogan, V.; Dost, S. E.; Gülsen, O.; Serdar, U.; Kalkisim, O.; Bastas, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Scientia Horticulturae 2022 Vol.294 ref.45

22. Divergent effects of invasive macrophytes on population dynamics of a snail intermediate host of Schistosoma mansoni.

Vectors and intermediate hosts of globally impactful human parasites are sensitive to changes in the ecological communities in which they are embedded. Sites of endemic transmission of human schistosome can also be invaded by nonnative species, especially aquatic plants (macrophytes). We tested the ...

Author(s) : Desautels, D. J.; Hartman, R. B.; Shaw, K. E.; Maduraiveeran, S.; Civitello, D. J.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Acta Tropica 2022 Vol.225

23. Impact of local practices and landscape on the diversity and abundance of pollinators in an insect-dependent crop.

Insects are a functionally diverse group, with economically relevant roles on key ecosystem services, such as pollination. The current trend of biodiversity loss and consequent degradation of ecosystem services delivered by insects is leading to additional pressure on modern agriculture,...

Author(s) : Gaspar, H.; Loureiro, J.; Castro, H.; Siopa, C.; Castro, M.; Casais, V.; Castro, S.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2022 Vol.326 ref.115

24. Evaluating hedgerows for wild bee conservation in intensively managed agricultural landscapes.

Wild bees provide essential pollination services to both agricultural crops and wild flowering plant species. The decline of wild bee species has been associated with a number of different threats, primarily the loss of natural habitats. The Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust (DF&WT), a...

Author(s) : Clausen, M. A.; Elle, E.; Smukler, S. M.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 2022 Vol.326 ref.64

25. Effect of UV radiation and other abiotic stress factors on DNA of different wild plant species grown in three successive seasons in alpine and subalpine regions.

Plants in natural ecosystems are exposed to a combination of UV radiation, ionizing radiation (IR) and other abiotic factors. These factors change with the altitude. We investigated DNA alterations of some wild plants of different plant families in natural ecosystems at three altitudes in Rila...

Author(s) : Gateva, S. P.; Jovtchev, G.; Angelova, T. V.; Nonova, T. P.; Tyutyundzhiev, N.; Geleva, E. G.; Katrandzhiev, K.; Nikolova, N. A.; Dimitrov, D.; Angelov, C. V.

Publisher : Tech Science Press, Henderson, USA

Journal article : Phyton (Buenos Aires) 2022 Vol.91 No.2 pp.293-313 ref.79