Resistance, Survival and Mortality

AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY

The observed and model-simulated response of southern African vegetation to drought
Lawal et al. in: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2019), 279, Article 107698

ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE

Decline of large-diameter trees in a bamboo-dominated forest following anthropogenic disturbances in southwestern Amazonia
Ziccardi et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 110

Increased tolerance to Phytophthora cinnamomi in offspring of ink-diseased chestnut (Castanea sativa Miller) trees
Camison et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 119

Leaf functional traits predict cloud forest tree seedling survival along an elevation gradient
Toledo-Aceves et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 111

Monoterpene emission of Quercus suber L. highly infested by Cerambyx welensii Küster
Sanchez-Osorio et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 98

Native and non-native species for dryland afforestation: bridging ecosystem integrity and livelihood support
Reisman-Berman, Keasar, Tel-Zur in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 114

Predicting growth and habitat responses of Ginkgo biloba L. to climate change
Guo et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 101

Proteomic analysis of black poplar (Populus nigra L.) seed storability
Pawlowski et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 104

Secondary disturbances of low and moderate severity drive the dynamics of eastern Canadian boreal old-growth forests
Martin, Morin, Fenton in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 108

Survival of Douglas-fir provenances in Austria: site-specific late and early frost events are more important than provenance origin
Chakraborty et al. in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 100

The cause of bark stripping of young plantation trees
White in: Annals of Forest Science (2019), 76:4, Article 105

AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY

The susceptibility of rare and threatened NSW species to the root-rot pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi: 1. Initial testing and identification of key research questions
Wan et al. in: Australian Journal of Botany (2019), 67:7, pp 510-516

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH

A method to derive a tree survival model from any existing stand survival model
Cao in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:12, pp 1598-1603

Modeled diameter growth response to intermediate treatments of planted white spruce (Picea glauca) affected by eastern spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) in Minnesota, U.S.A.
Patton et al. in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:12, pp 1633-1637

Plant regeneration by somatic embryogenesis in Pinus thunbergii resistant to the pine wood nematode
Sun et al. in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:12, pp 1604-1612

Prescribed fire effects on oak woodland advance regeneration at the prairie–forest border in Kansas, USA
Short, Stambaugh, Dey in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2019), 49:12, pp 1570-1579

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH

Climate change adaptation with non-native tree species in Central European forests: early tree survival in a multi-site field trial
Frischbier et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:6, pp 1015-1032

Early natural regeneration patterns of woody species within gaps in a temperate secondary forest
Lu et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:6, pp 991-1003

The effect of biochar amendment on the growth, morphology and physiology of Quercus castaneifolia seedlings under water-deficit
Zoghi et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:6, pp 967-979

Understory response to overstory and soil gradients in mixed versus monospecific Mediterranean pine forests
Lopez-Marcos et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2019), 138:6, pp 939-955

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

A decadal multi-site study of the effects of frequency and season of harvest on biomass production from mallee eucalypts
Spencer et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117576

Above-ground carbon stock in merchantable trees not reduced between cycles of spruce budworm outbreaks due to changing species composition in spruce-fir forests of Maine, USA
Chen et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117590

Blowdown disturbance effect on the density, richness and species composition of the seed bank in Central Amazonia
Gomes et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117633

Establishment and heteroblasty of Acacia koa in canopy gaps
Rose, Friday, Jacobs in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117592

First-entry wildfires can create opening and tree clump patterns characteristic of resilient forests
Kane et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 454, Article 117659

High-resolution mapping of forest vulnerability to wind for disturbance-aware forestry
Suvanto et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117619

Impacts of gum-resin harvest and Lantana camara invasion on the population structure and dynamics of Boswellia serrata in the Western Ghats, India
Soumya, Shackleton, Setty in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117618

New insights into wood anatomy and function relationships: How Eucalyptus challenges what we already know
Fernandez et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 454, Article 117638

Role of seed size and relative abundance in conspecific negative distance-dependent seedling mortality for eight tree species in a temperate forest
Seiwa et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 454, Article 117537

Shifting baselines in coastal forests: Rising seas transform plant communities from the ‘ground’ up
Ogurcak et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 454, Article 117581

Soil and forest regeneration after different extraction methods in coppice forests
Venanzi et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 454, Article 117666

The effect of management operations on the demography of Eucalyptus globulus seedlings
Nereu et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 453, Article 117630

What drives ponderosa pine regeneration following wildfire in the western United States?
Korb, Fornwalt, Stevens-Rumann in: Forest Ecology and Management (2019), 454, Article 117663

FOREST PATHOLOGY

Control of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, the causal agent of ash dieback, using composting
Noble et al. in: Forest Pathology (2019), 49:6, Article 12568

Mechanisms and metabolomics of the host–pathogen interactions between Chestnut (Castanea species) and Chestnut blight (Cryphonectria parasitica)
Lovat, Donnelly in: Forest Pathology (2019), 49:6, Article 12562

FOREST SCIENCE

Photosynthesis and Survival of Young Carpotroche brasiliensis Endl. (Achariaceae) Plants Subjected to Flooding
Queiroz-Alves et al. in: Forest Science (2019), 65:6, pp 670-674

Use of Modified Reineke’s Stand Density Index in Predicting Growth and Survival of Chinese Fir Plantations
Zhang et al. in: Forest Science (2019), 65:6, pp 776-783

White Oak (Quercus alba) Response to Thinning and Prescribed Fire in Northcentral Alabama Mixed Pine–Hardwood Forests
Schweitzer, Dey, Wang in: Forest Science (2019), 65:6, pp 758-766

FORESTS

Accumulation and Translocation of Phosphorus, Calcium, Magnesium, and Aluminum in Pinus massoniana Lamb. Seedlings Inoculated with Laccaria bicolor Growing in an Acidic Yellow Soil
Gu et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1153

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Drought-Induced Reductions and Limited Recovery in the Radial Growth, Transpiration, and Canopy Stomatal Conductance of Mongolian Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica Litv): A Five-Year Observation
Dang et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1143

Figure 3 Total transpiration per year (tons·tree−1) during 2013–2017. Values presented are the statistical values of 11 sample trees. Different lowercase letters indicate significant difference between the means (p < 0.05).

Effect of Phosphinothricin on Transgenic Downy Birch (Betula pubescens Ehrh.) Containing bar or GS1 Genes
Lebedev, Krutovsky, Shestibratov in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1067

Figure 2 Typical symptoms of leaf damage in the transgenic birch saplings containing the bar gene seven days after treatment by the Basta herbicide.

Fire Survival of Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris) Grass Stage Seedlings: The Role of Seedling Size, Root Collar Position, and Resprouting
Jin et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1070

Figure 4 The logistic regression equation that predicts seedling mortality using seedling root collar diameter (RCD) and root collar exposure (RCDe; 1 = exposed; 0 = not exposed or protected): P = 1/(1 + exp(−(1.571 − 0.246RCD + 3.781RCDe)). The interaction between two independent variables was not significant and thus was not included as an additional predictor.

Genome-Wide Identification and Characterization of Heat-Shock Transcription Factors in Rubber Tree
Li et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1157

Figure 1 (A) Gene organization of HbHsfs and (B) motifs identified by MEME tool. Ten motifs (1–10) were indicated by different colors.

Growth Responses of Eucalyptus pellita F. Muell Plantations in South Sumatra to Macronutrient Fertilisers Following Several Rotations of Acacia mangium Willd.
Inail, Hardiyanto, Mendham in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1054

Figure 2 Accumulation of total biomass (a); mean annual rate of accumulation of total and stemwood (b); and leaf, bark and branch biomasses (c) of E. pellita with stand age.

Identification and Expression of NAC Transcription Factors of Vaccinium corymbosum L. in Response to Drought Stress
Liang et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1088

Figure 1 Morphological and chlorophyll a fluorescence parameter changes of blueberry under drought stress. (a) Morphological changes of blueberry under drought stress; (b) φPo value; (c) φEo value; (d) φRo value; (e) PIabs value. CK: control check group; MD: moderate drought stress group; SD: severe drought stress group. Each value is represented as the mean value ± standard error of three independent determinations. Different letters indicate significant differences at p < 0.05 by Duncan’s multiple range test. MD: moderate drought, SD: severe drought.


Leaf Physiological Responses to Drought Stress and Community Assembly in an Asian Savanna
Nguyen, Arndt, Baker in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1119

Figure 2 Means of Ψpre (a) and Ψmid (b) of the four dipterocarp species at five wilting stages. Horizontal lines indicate Ψtlp for each species. Asterisks (* and **) indicate significant difference among species in Ψpre or Ψmid within the same wilting stage at the 0.05 and 0.01 probability levels, respectively.

Radial Growth Rate Responses of Western Juniper (Juniperus occidentalis Hook.) to Atmospheric and Climatic Changes: A Longitudinal Study from Central Oregon, USA
Soule, Knapp in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1127

Figure 2 Pearson correlation relationships between COMBO standardized radial growth and monthly climatic conditions from October of the prior year (L1Oct) through September of the current year, 1905–2017. Variables examined included monthly total precipitation, Palmer Drought Severity index (PDSI), and minimum, maximum, and mean air temperature. All climate data from Oregon Climatic Division 7. Statistical significance (p < 0.05) begins at approximately +/− −0.20.

Screening and Evaluation of Stable Reference Genes for Quantitative Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (qRT-PCR) Analysis in Chinese Fir Roots under Water, Phosphorus, and Nitrogen Stresses
Chen et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1087

Figure 1 Expression levels (Ct values) of the nine candidate reference genes. The lines across the box indicate median values. The upper and lower edges bordered in each box are interquartile range, which indicate the 25th and 75th percentiles.

Soil Type, Topography, and Land Use Interact to Control the Response of Soil Respiration to Climate Variation
Wang et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1116

Figure 2 Temporal variations of (a) the mean soil temperature at 10-cm depths of the observation sites on the tea garden (TG) and bamboo forest (BF) hillslopes; (b) the mean soil water content (SWC) on the TG and BF hillslopes and the water table depth at site BF-04; and (c) the mean soil respiration (SR) on the TG and BF hillslopes. The error bar represents the standard deviation.

Tree-Rings Reveal Accelerated Yellow-Cedar Decline with Changes to Winter Climate after 1980
Comeau et al. in: Forests (2019), 10:12, Article 1085

Figure 2 Summary of negative and positive marker years (i.e., years when >75% of ring-width series showed an increase/decrease of >10% radial growth compared to the previous year) at the 13 sites from 1798 to 2015 (top) beginning when sample depth reached 10 to the year of sampling. Sample depth over time defined by the number of sites with 10 or more samples contribute to the chronology (bottom).

GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY

Cold spot microrefugia hold the key to survival for Brazil’s Critically Endangered Araucaria tree
Wilson et al. in: Global Change Biology (2019), 25:12, pp 4339-4351

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

Resilience of a ponderosa pine plantation to a backfiring operation during a mid-summer wildfire
Zhang, Finley, Knapp in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019), 28:12, pp 981-992

NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION

Genomic basis of European ash tree resistance to ash dieback fungus
Stocks et al. in: Nature Ecology & Evolution (2019), 3:12, pp 1686-1696

PLANT ECOLOGY

Response of herbaceous layer species to canopy and soil variables in a central Appalachian hardwood forest ecosystem
Gilliam in: Plant Ecology (2019), 220:12, pp 1131-1138

PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (PNAS)

Pervasive decreases in living vegetation carbon turnover time across forest climate zones
Yu et al. in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2019), 116:49, pp 24662-24667

The impact of rising CO2 and acclimation on the response of US forests to global warming 
Sperry et al. in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2019), 116:51, pp 25734-25744

TREE GENETICS & GENOMES

Population genetic analysis of two species of Distylium: D. racemosum growing in East Asian evergreen broad-leaved forests and D. lepidotum endemic to the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands
Yagi et al. in: Tree Genetics & Genomes (2019), 15:6 , Article 77

TREES – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

Induced water stress affects seed germination response and root anatomy in Robinia pseudoacacia (Fabaceae)
Giuliani et al. in: Trees – Structure and Function (2019), 33:6, pp 1627-1638

URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING

An integrated overview of physiological and biochemical responses of Celtis australis to drought stress
Brunetti et al. in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2019), 46, Article 126480

Extending the host range of Phytophthora multivora, a pathogen of woody plants in horticulture, nurseries, urban environments and natural ecosystems
Migliorini et al. in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2019), 46, Article 126460

Responses of mature roadside trees to root severance treatments
Benson, Koeser, Morgenroth in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2019), 46, Article 126448

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