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Phoebe sheareri is one species of "Nanmu with golden tint", which is recognized as a vulnerable species in China. The existing natural populations of P. sheareri is only scattered in the southern region of the Yangtze River, and the wild resources are gradually reducing now. In order to further...

Author(s)
Lu YunFeng; Yang AnNa; Zhang JunHong; Lou LuHuan; Huang HuaHong; Tong ZaiKang
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology
Publication
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology, 2018, 26, 6, pp 1014-1024
AbstractFull Text

Bamboo is the fastest high growing plant and has attracted much attention of researchers. In recent years, the molecular mechanism of rapid growth of bamboo plants has been the hot research focus, and has achieved some research results. Based on the previous studies on the height growth of bamboo...

Author(s)
Tao GuiYun; Fu Ying; Zhou MingBing
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology
Publication
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology, 2018, 26, 5, pp 871-887
AbstractFull Text

Transcriptome sequencing is a rapid and efficient way to obtain gene expression information. Betula luminifera is one of the superior woody species in China. In order to excavate the genes involved in its wood formation, the transcriptome sequencing, sequencing data assembly, and functional...

Author(s)
Ni Fei; Li WenHao; Cai MiaoMiao; Lin ErPei; Tong ZaiKang; Huang HuaHong
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology
Publication
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology, 2018, 26, 3, pp 410-420
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The wood-preference scenario and the nature-conservation scenario are alternative forest management scenarios developed in the research project "WEHAM-scenarios", funded by the German Forest Climate Fund (Waldklimafonds). Based on data of the National Forest Inventory 2012, the simulation model...

Author(s)
Oehmichen, K.; Klatt, S.; Gerber, K.; Polley, H.; Röhling, S.; Dunger, K.
Publisher
Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute (vTI)
Publication
Thünen Report, 2018, 59, pp vii + 75 pp.
Event

12 - 18 November 2018 - Valdivia

Venue
Valdivia
Country
Chile
Contact
Prof. Pablo J. Donoso
News Article

Managing forests in a sustainable way, halting deforestation and restoring degraded forests around the world are actions that are urgently required...

Date
July 2018
Author(s)
Stephanie Cole
CAB ReviewFull Text

For the review at hand, Clarivate Analytic's web of science search platform was searched for the keyword combination forest+plantation. The search found 944 articles with the mentioned keywords in their topic that were published between 2010 and 2017. The top 3 subtopics identified were soil,...

Date
January 2018
Subjects
abandoned land; biodiversity; degraded land; ecosystem services; forest management; forest plantations; forest soils; forests; soil types; timber production; uneven-aged management
Author(s)
Griess, V. C.; Jackson, D. J.; Werner, H. G.
AbstractFull Text

Phoebe sheareri is one species of "Nanmu with golden tint", which is recognized as a vulnerable species in China. The existing natural populations of P. sheareri is only scattered in the southern region of the Yangtze River, and the wild resources are gradually reducing now. In order to further...

Author(s)
Lu YunFeng; Yang AnNa; Zhang JunHong; Lou LuHuan; Huang HuaHong; Tong ZaiKang
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology
Publication
Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology, 2018, 26, 6, pp 1014-1024

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