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The present study was conducted to investigate the impact of different inter-crops on pre-bearing behavior of pear. Increment for rootstock diameter, plant height, plant spread and canopy volume were observed in different intercropping systems. There was significant effect of intercrops on growth...

Author(s)
Sangwan, A. K.; Dhillon, W. S.; Singh, H.; Singh, N. P.; Chohan, S. K.; Gill, P. P. S.
Publisher
Horticultural Society of India, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Horticulture, 2015, 72, 1, pp 21-27
Abstract

Bacillus atrophaeus XW2 was isolated from healthy poplar leaves and exhibited a strong inhibitory effect against Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, a predominant fungus causing poplar anthracnose. The culture filtrate and bacterial lysate of XW2 were antagonistic against hyphal growth and spore...

Author(s)
Huang HuaYi; Wu ZiQiang; Tian ChengMing; Liang YingMei; You ChongJuan; Chen Lei
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Annals of Microbiology, 2015, 65, 3, pp 1361-1371
Abstract

The present paper investigates the physical and mechanical modifications of both poplar (I-214 clone) and ceiba veneers and plywood after heat treatments of different intensities (5 and 7% of dry mass losses). Plywood panels were glued before and after heat treatment with urea-formaldehyde (UF) and ...

Author(s)
Goli, G.; Cremonini, C.; Negro, F.; Zanuttini, R.; Fioravanti, M.
Publisher
Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, Parma, Italy
Citation
iForest, 2015, 8, pp 687-692
Abstract

The sustainability of bioenergy coppice plantations is strongly affected by the Nitrogen (N) balance, whose removal is very high due to the frequent harvest of large quantities of biomass composed of small-sized shoots. Poplar bioenergy coppice plantations could have a Nitrogen removal comparable...

Author(s)
Paris, P.; Mareschi, L.; Sabatti, M.; Tosi, L.; Scarascia-Mugnozza, G.
Publisher
Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, Parma, Italy
Citation
iForest, 2015, 8, pp 668-676
Abstract

Aspen and their hybrids have demonstrated high biomass productivity and can produce abundant regeneration in the form of root suckers. This makes aspen particularly intriguing for bio-energy production, because replanting costs can be avoided and additional biomass can be obtained by thinning the...

Author(s)
Headlee, W. L.; Hall, R. B.
Publisher
Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, Parma, Italy
Citation
iForest, 2015, 8, pp 590-595
Abstract

Given the high expectations for lignocellulosic biomass as one of the potential solutions for energy security and climate change mitigation, commercial scale studies over several rotations are crucial to assess the potential and the sustainability of short rotation coppice (SRC) cultures for...

Author(s)
Broeckx, L. S.; Vanbeveren, S. P. P.; Verlinden, M. S.; Ceulemans, R.
Publisher
Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, Parma, Italy
Citation
iForest, 2015, 8, pp 565-573
Abstract

Populus nigra L. (black poplar) possesses amphistomatic leaves, with large (giant) and normal sized stomata. The role of giant stomata in leaf development, and the consequences on stomatal density in adult leaves remains elusive. This paper describes the characteristics of ordinary and giant...

Author(s)
Russo, G.; Angelis, P. de; Mickle, J. E.; Lumaga, M. R. B.
Publisher
Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, Parma, Italy
Citation
iForest, 2015, 8, pp 547-551
Abstract

About 30 species within the genus Populus are classified in six sections. Several species belonging to different sections are cross-compatible, resulting in a high number of naturally occurring interspecific hybrids. Additionally, an even higher number of hybrids has been produced in huge breeding...

Author(s)
Schroeder, H.; Fladung, M.
Publisher
Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, Parma, Italy
Citation
iForest, 2015, 8, pp 544-546
Abstract

The paper analysed production and economic effectiveness of a short-rotation coppice plantation, namely J 105, after the first rotation period of 7 and 8 years respectively. The plantation is located in the region of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands with an annual precipitation of 497 mm and mean...

Author(s)
Martiník, A.; Adamec, Z.; Knott, R.; Stuchly, O.
Publisher
Ústřední knihovna Mendelovy University v Brně, Brno, Czech Republic
Citation
Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis, 2015, 63, 5, pp 1499-1504
Abstract

Section Leuce Duby (Populus, Salicaceae) is an important taxon among the 6 sections in the genus Populus. Although biological and taxonomic studies has greatly improved our understanding of this section, the phylogenetic relationships among the species of section Leuce remain uncertain due in part...

Author(s)
Wang DongSheng; Wang ZhaoShan; Du ShuHui; Zhang JianGuo
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 2015, 63, pp 212-217

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