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• The objective of this review was to summarize scientific data on the symbiotic status of exotic tree species useful in tropical Africa, and to update reports about their growth improvement through microbial inoculations, especially ectomycorrhizal symbionts.
• The studies reviewed...
• The performance of ten commonly used taper equations for predicting both stem form and volume in balsam fir [Abies balsamea (L.) Mill], red spruce[Picea rubens (Sarg.)], and white pine[Pinus strobus (L.)] in the Acadian Region of North America was investigated.
• Results show that the...
• The elucidation of relationships between biodiversity and ecosystem processes has been limited by the definition of metrics of biodiversity and their integration into experimental design. Functional trait screening can strengthen the performance of these designs.
• We suggest the use of...
• Understanding tree mortality processes across time requires long term studies. Spatiotemporal patterns of mortality in a 200 years-old mono-layered Norway spruce stand were evaluated to determine what factors affected individual-tree mortality.
• We performed an analysis on two surveys...
• Seedling density and the regeneration mechanisms of five tree species, Anogeissus leiocarpa, Combretum aculeatum, Combretum micranthum, Combretum nigricans, and Pteleopsis suberosa were investigated in relation to latitudinal gradient across the Sahelo-Sudanian zone of West Africa.
• This contribution presents a dynamic stand growth model for Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forests, based on a dataset provided by the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Birmensdorf. The dataset includes 143 research plots, covering a wide range of growing sites...
• Quercus ilex L., the dominant species in Mediterranean forests and one with a great capacity for resprouting after disturbances, is threatened by the expected increase in fire frequency and drought associated with climate change.
• The aim of this study was to determine the contribution of...
• Hydrangea macrophylla is a ligneous plant that has attracted the attention of many plant breeders and agronomists for the purpose of enhancing its phenotypic plasticity. However, this plasticity was always exploited empirically.
• Can this plasticity be assessed by a more scientific...
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