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The present paper emphasizes the possibility of using wood from the plantations installed on waste heaps by analysing the density of wood mass and establishing the biomass of species planted on the waste heaps from Moldova Noua. In order to determine wood biomass for the analysed species, wood...

Author(s)
Cantar, I. C.; Chisalita, I.; Dinca, L.
Publisher
National Research and Development Institute for Industrial Ecology ECOIND, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
21st International Symposium "The Environment and the Industry," SIMI 2018, 20-21, September, 2018, Bucharest, Romania. Proceedings Book , 2018, pp 31-37
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For the proper development of the bee families and the best and varied grazing, the beekeeper needs to know the available plants bearing honey that bees will use as a source of food. And all the factors that affected the flowering period of individual honey plants and conditions ensuring best...

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Nikolova, T.; Petrova, A.; Yordanova, A.
Publisher
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Scientific Papers, Series D. Animal Science, 2018, 61, 2, pp 216-219
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Technical harvesting ages were calculated for the main wood species in Romania: Norway spruce, silver fir, Austrian pine, European larch, European beech, sessile oak, pedunculated oak, Turkey oak, Hungarian oak, European hornbeam, silver birch, silver linden, willow, black locust, silver poplar and ...

Author(s)
Cotos, A.; Duduman, G.
Publisher
Marin Dracea National Research-Development Institute in Forestry, co-published with Faculty of Forestry, Ștefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Ilfov, Romania
Citation
Bucovina Forestieră, 2017, 17, 2, pp 115-129
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The history of woody plant introduction is closely linked with that of transportation and the European exploration of the planet (16th-19th centuries). Each colonial power established major botanical gardens and experimental stations in various parts of the world. By the 20th century, the purpose...

Author(s)
Isajev, V.; Stankovic, M.; Orlovic, S.; Bojic, S.; Stojnic, S.
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture, University of East Sarajevo, Istočno Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Citation
AGROFOR International Journal, 2017, 2, 2, pp 56-64
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Tailing dumps from Moldova Noua are surfaces covered with a sandy-dusty sterile resulted from copper ore preparation and partially without vegetation coverage. Total area affected by sterile deposition is about 290 ha, 26% are restored as grassland areas covered with herbaceous species and about...

Author(s)
Cântar, I. C.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară a Banatului Timișoara, Timișoara, Romania
Citation
Journal of Horticulture, Forestry and Biotechnology, 2017, 21, 3, pp 77-81
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Plants produce a numerous and diverse secondary metabolites, organic compounds which are not essential and do not participate directly in the growth and development, but may have very important role in their adaptation and adjustment to particular environmental conditions. For humans, secondary...

Author(s)
Pustahija, F.; Bašić, N.
Publisher
Faculty of Forestry, University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Citation
Radovi Šumarskog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu, 2016, 46, 1, pp 58-73
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Acacia (Robinia spp.), as main genus in the forestry culture, presents special importance in our country, it distinguishes itself by a particularly dense wood used both in constructions and as fire wood. Aside from these two uses acacia also distinguishes itself by multiple other uses, such as: it...

Author(s)
Budău, R.; Timofte, C. S.
Publisher
University of Oradea Publishing House, Oradea, Romania
Citation
Natural Resources and Sustainable Development, 2016, 6, pp 9-14
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The paper aim is to establish the differences between Robinia pseudoacacia var. oltenica and R. pseudoacacia var. rectissima in the climatic conditions from Bârzești (Arad county). In particular, it seeks to assess the behavior of oltenica variety in pedo-climatic conditions of the foothill area of ...

Author(s)
Budău, R.; Timofte, A. I.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium. Forest and sustainable development, Brașov, Romania, 24-25th October 2014, 2015, pp 9-14
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A more intensive integrated research and development approach to the work carried out on the growth on sandy soils of stands of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) has been adopted in recent years, revealing several factors influencing stand growth. The fact that certain ecological factors...

Author(s)
Rédei, K.; Keserű, Z.; Rásó, J.
Publisher
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Silva Balcanica, 2015, 16, 2, pp 47-52
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The paper presents the results of experimental research performed with native hornbeam and Robinia stem - and branch wood of forest origin as well as property - modified wood from poplar of forest and plantation origin. Results show higher density and strength properties of different branch...

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Rademacher, P.; Horníček, S.; Rousek, R.; Pařil, P.; Baar, J.; Fodor, F. P.; Pozsgay, B.; Meier, D.; Koch, G.; Schmitt, U.; Kutnar, A.; Kamke, F. A.
Publisher
Editura Universitatii "Transilvania" din Brasov, Brasov, Romania
Citation
Pro Ligno, 2015, 11, 4, pp 207-215

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