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- Resende, Rafael T.; Marcatti, Gustavo E.; Pinto, Danielle S.; Takahashi, Elizabete K.; Cruz, Cosme Damião; Resende, Marcos Deon V.
- Forest ecology and management 2016 v.380 pp. 50-58
- Eucalyptus; altitude; autocorrelation; biomass; business enterprises; clones; forest plantations; forest stands; forests; genetic correlation; models; planting; silviculture; trees
- ... The growth structure of Eucalyptus plantations is the result of site environment, genetic material, and different types of interaction between neighboring plants. It is well known that sites that are more homogeneous result in greater forest productivity. However, additional factors inherent in the micro-environment or the quality of cuttings can lead to heterogeneous clonal biomass at the end of ...
- Liu, B.; Bonet, J.A.; Fischer, C.R.; Martínez de Aragón, J.; Bassie, L.; Colinas, C.
- Forest ecology and management 2016 v.380 pp. 196-201
- Lactarius deliciosus; autumn; crops; forest stands; forest thinning; forests; fruiting bodies; models; mushrooms; mycelium; nontimber forest products; soil; Spain
- ... Lactarius deliciosus is a widely marketed non-wood forest product in Spain but little is known about silvicultural treatments that would enhance the production of this valued mushroom in the forests. Estimating a fungal crop by collecting sporocarps is expensive. Therefore we tested quantifying soil extraradical mycelium as a more efficient alternative to the inventory of sporocarps in undisturbed ...