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After abandoning the silvicultural system coppice-with-standards in the year 1950, the crown of standards developed gradually under the growing influence of their competitors. This study examines the crowns of remnant oak standards in two forest types, in riparian forest in lowland along big river...

Author(s)
Salek, L.; Sİvacİoglu, A.; Topacoglu, O.; Zahradnik, D.; Jerabkova, L.; Machar, I.
Publisher
Parlar Scientific Publications, Freising, Germany
Citation
Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 2017, 26, 6, pp 4023-4032
Abstract

A phenological study of the principal species in Lithuanian forests. Two types of Picea abies are distinguished: a widespread 'late form' that begins growth ca. 25 May, and a less common 'early' type that starts growth ca. 18 May and has a growing season ca. 10 days longer than the 'late' type. In...

Author(s)
Kairiukstis, L.
Citation
Translations. Dep. For. Can., 1968, 7, 207, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

From investigations on Populus X marilandica, P. X robusta, Fraxinus angustifolia, Quercus robur and Juglans nigra in pure and mixed stands in Czechoslovakia, the author presents data on depth, spread, and relative vertical and horizontal distribution of roots and rootlets of trees and herbs....

Author(s)
Sika, A.; Mraz, K.
Citation
Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho CSR, 1964, No. 28, pp 81-137
Abstract

Contains the following articles dealing with "accelerated cultivation" of fast-growing species in Italy [cf. F.A. 22 No. 1828]: Accelerated cultivation of woody species in the agri-silvicultural economy (G. Piccarolo); The present and future situation of production and consumption of wood in Italy...

Citation
Monti e Boschi, 1962, 13, 11/12, pp 485-650
Abstract

cf. F.A. 20 No. 4141.] Photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration, in various parts and aspects of the crown, and in various stations of the tree are described in detail with many graphs for Robinia pseudoacacia and Populus alba (with its form laurifolia) on sand dunes, and for Quercus cerris...

Author(s)
Polster, H.; Weise, G.; Neuwirth, G.
Citation
Archiv fur Forstwissenschaft, 1960, 9, 11, pp 947-1014
Abstract

The belts, in the Astrakhan semi-desert, are 2326 years old, and are composed of Populus X 'canadensis', Quercus robur, Fraxinus pubescens, Acer negundo, Ulmus pumila var. arborea, U. carpinifolia and Tamarix ramosissima. They are becoming gappy and are being invaded by native grasses, herbs and...

Author(s)
Golomedova, T. I.
Citation
Lesnoi Zhurnal, Arkhangel'sk, 1960, 3, 6, pp 37-44
Abstract

Populus canescens is found in 9 localities, in 5 of which it forms small stands. The composition, age, and growth relations, ground vegetation, and soil of these stands are described. It is concluded that 4 of the stands are natural; that P. alba may serve as an indicator species in searches for P. ...

Author(s)
Pohl, Z.; Stecki, Z.
Citation
Arboretum Kornickie, Poznan, 1959, 4, pp 109-22
Abstract

Distinguishes four types of stand according to the water-table. Height and d.b.h. of mean stems of Ash, Oak, Poplar (4 spp.), Alder, and Elm (2 spp.) were determined and compared. Many conclusions were drawn on the silviculture and management of these forests, especially on increment on various...

Author(s)
Mezera, A.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci Fakulty Lesnicke, Ceske Vysoke Uceni Technicke, Praha, 1958, No. 1, pp 45-76
Abstract

As an addendum to his earlier studies [cf. F.A. 16 No. 287] the author describes, with association tables, the Fraxino- Ulmetum medioeuropaeum at Worlitz and Havelberg [70 miles S.W. and N.W. of Berlin]. A constancy table summarizes data for bottomland forests of the Danube, Upper Rhine, Hungary,...

Author(s)
Passarge, H.
Citation
Archiv fur Forstwissenschaft, 1956, 5, 5/6, pp 339-58
Abstract

Contains a number of articles covering botanical and silvicultural characters, wood properties and uses, and pests of the following species grown in Italy: Populus spp. (E. Allegri); Salix spp. (E. Magini); Betula spp. (A. Pavari); Alnus spp. (L. Susmel); Ulmus spp. (G. Gambi); Celtis australis (A. ...

Citation
Monti e Boschi, 1956, 7, 11/12, pp 489-608

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