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Abstract

Fish farming practiced in small farms is an important income alternative for local communities and the absence of bioeconomic information may make this activity unfeasible. The objective of this study was the feasibility analysis of the production of pacu (Piaractus mesopotamicus) in family farms...

Author(s)
Brande, M. da R.
Publisher
Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco
Publication
Custos e @gronegócio, 2019, 15, 1, pp 2-18
Abstract

We analyzed the diversity of caterpillars (Lepidoptera) associated with plants of three dry tropical forest fragments in three localities of Sucre, North of Colombia. Two linear transects of 500 meters were installed per locality, one at the edge and the other inside the fragment. The caterpillars...

Author(s)
Ricardo-Molina, J.; Murillo-Ramos, L.; Álvarez-Pérez, P.
Publisher
Sociedad Hispano-Luso-Americana de Lepidopterología
Publication
SHILAP Revista de Lepidopterología, 2019, 47, 185, pp 5-24
Miscellaneous

A new distribution map is provided for Neonectria neomacrospora (Booth & Sam) Mantiri & Samuels. Sordariomycetes: Hypocreales: Nectriaceae. Hosts: Abies spp., Tsuga heterophylla. Information is given on the geographical distribution in Europe (Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,...

Publisher
CABI
Publication
Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases, 2019, No.April, pp Map 1234 (Edition 1)
Abstract

The Xitou Nature Education Area consists three forest ecosystems (natural broadleaved, Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) plantation and bamboo plantation forests). To understand how different forest ecosystems affect the biological community structure and function, we surveyed the diversity of...

Author(s)
Chen YoungFa; Hsu PoCheng; Lin ChungChi
Publisher
Experimental Forest of National Taiwan University
Publication
Journal of the Experimental Forest of National Taiwan University, 2019, 33, 1, pp 55-64
News Article

A recently documented stand of bald cypress trees in North Carolina, including one tree at least 2,624 years old, are the oldest known living trees...

Date
May 2019
Author(s)
Bob Whitby
CAB ReviewFull Text

Ash dieback, caused by the invasive fungal pathogen Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, has become a serious threat to ash trees (Fraxinus spp.) and ash-related ecosystems in Europe. The fast emergence and expansion of this new disease has called for an intensive investigation, which resulted in a large...

Date
May 2019
Subjects
ash dieback; disease resistance; fungal diseases; genetics; monitoring; pathogens; plant diseases; plant pathogenic fungi; plant pathogens; reviews
Author(s)
Enderle, R.; Stenlid, J.; Vasaitis, R.
Event

29 September - 5 October 2019 - Curitiba

Venue
Curitiba
Country
Brazil
Tel
+55 (41) 3675-3540
AbstractFull Text

Relationships between microhabitats and vegetation structure were examined in a 1-ha plot established in an evergreen broadleaf forest at Mt. Peitungyen, central Taiwan. Parameters of various growth types (trees, shrubs, and herbs) were recorded. The elevation, irradiance, soil organic matter, soil...

Author(s)
Hu YuanWei; Tzeng HsyYu
Publisher
Taiwan Forestry Research Institute
Publication
Taiwan Journal of Forest Science, 2019, 34, 1, pp 13-27

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