Forestry Research - Fungi, Diseases, Management, Harvesting

Forestry Research Today is a free monthly online journal that collates and summarizes the latest research about Forestry, including details on fungi, diseases, management, harvesting.


Forestry Research Today

Home

View Latest Issue

Information About Forestry

Books on Forestry

Advertising in Research Today

View Other Research Today Publications



Volume 2 (2006), Issue 4 (April)

  1. Two new cysteine proteinases with specific expression patterns in mature and senescent tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) leaves.
    J Exp Bot, 57(6): 1431-43. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  2. Woody biomass phytoremediation of contaminated brownfield land.
    Environ Pollut, 141(3): 387-95. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  3. Poultry litter application to loblolly pine forests: growth and nutrient containment.
    J Environ Qual, 35(3): 837-48. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  4. Separation of phenolic acids by capillary electrophoresis with indirect contactless conductometric detection.
    Electrophoresis, 27(7): 1368-75. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  5. Detection of QTLs for grain protein content in durum wheat.
    Theor Appl Genet, 112(7): 1195-204. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  6. Kin distribution of amphibian larvae in the wild.
    Mol Ecol, 15(4): 1139-45. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  7. Effect of disturbances on the genetic diversity of an old-forest associated lichen.
    Mol Ecol, 15(4): 911-21. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  8. Monitoring urbanization of iskenderun, Turkey, and its negative implications.
    Environ Monit Assess, 114(1): 145-55. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  9. The impact of fathers' physical and psychosocial work conditions on attempted and completed suicide among their children.
    BMC Public Health, 6: 77. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  10. Identification of AtENT3 as the main transporter for uridine uptake in Arabidopsis roots.
    Cell Res, 16(4): 377-88. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  11. Two lepidopteran cell lines stably transformed by the abc transporter gene pdr5 show tolerance to diacetoxyscirpenol.
    In Vitro Cell Dev Biol Anim, 42(1): 27-32. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  12. Birth seasonality and interbirth interval of captive Rhinopithecus bieti.
    Am J Primatol, 68(5): 457-63. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  13. Triterpenoid saponins from the fruits of Aesculus pavia.
    Phytochemistry, 67(8): 784-94. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  14. Limitations to seedling establishment in a mesic Hawaiian forest.
    Oecologia, 148(1): 118-28. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  15. In vitro germination and transient GFP expression of American chestnut (Castanea dentata) pollen.
    Plant Cell Rep, 25(5): 450-6. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  16. Spatial variability and temporal stability of throughfall deposition under beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in relationship to canopy structure.
    Environ Pollut, 142(2): 254-63. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  17. Modification of wood with isopropyl glycidyl ether and its effects on decay resistance and light stability.
    Bioresour Technol, 97(11): 1265-71. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  18. Managing tree-of-heaven (Ailanthus altissima) in parks and protected areas: a case study of Rondeau Provincial Park (Ontario, Canada).
    Environ Manage, 37(6): 764-72. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  19. Measurement and management of human-induced patterns of forest fragmentation: a case study.
    Environ Manage, 37(6): 788-801. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  20. Floral sex ratio strategy in wind-pollinated monoecious species subject to wind-pollination efficiency and competitive sharing among male flowers as a game.
    J Theor Biol, 240(1): 114-25. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  21. Persistence and efficacy of Beauveria brongniartii strains applied as biocontrol agents against Melolontha melolontha in the Valley of Aosta (northwest Italy).
    J Appl Microbiol, 100(5): 1063-72. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  22. When log-dwellers meet loggers: impacts of forest fragmentation on two endemic log-dwelling beetles in southeastern Australia.
    Mol Ecol, 15(6): 1481-92. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  23. Effects of site and plant species on rhizosphere community structure as revealed by molecular analysis of microbial guilds.
    FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 56(2): 236-49. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  24. Survival of gfp-tagged antagonistic bacteria in the rhizosphere of tomato plants and their effects on the indigenous bacterial community.
    FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 56(2): 207-18. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  25. Ancient signals: comparative genomics of plant MAPK and MAPKK gene families.
    Trends Plant Sci, 11(4): 192-8. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  26. Female Sex Pheromone of a Carpenter Moth, Cossus insularis (Lepidoptera: Cossidae).
    J Chem Ecol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  27. The distribution of eggs per host in a herbivorous insect--intersection of oviposition, dispersal and population dynamics.
    J Anim Ecol, 75(2): 387-98. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  28. Rain forest promotes trophic interactions and diversity of trap-nesting Hymenoptera in adjacent agroforestry.
    J Anim Ecol, 75(2): 315-23. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  29. Polyhydroxyalkanoate copolymers from forest biomass.
    J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  30. Roles for heme-copper oxidases in extreme high-light and oxidative stress response in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002.
    Arch Microbiol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  31. New taxonomic concepts for the important forest pathogen Cryphonectria parasitica and related fungi.
    FEMS Microbiol Lett, 258(2): 161-72. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  32. Uptake of thallium from naturally-contaminated soils into vegetables.
    Food Addit Contam, 23(5): 484-91. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  33. Serological evidence of Rickettsia infections in forestry rangers in north-eastern Italy.
    Clin Microbiol Infect, 12(5): 493-5. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  34. Do landscape factors affect brownfield carabid assemblages?
    Sci Total Environ, 360(1): 205-22. [Abstract] [Full-text]
Place a permanent text-link or advertisement here.

© 2005-2013 Forestry Research Today. All Rights Reserved.



Forestry Research Today Archive:

Volume 1 (2005)
  Issue 1 (July)
  Issue 2 (August)
  Issue 3 (September)
  Issue 4 (October)
  Issue 5 (November)
  Issue 6 (December)

Volume 2 (2006)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 3 (2007)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 4 (2008)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 5 (2009)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 6 (2010)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 7 (2011)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 8 (2012)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)
  Issue 8 (August)
  Issue 9 (September)
  Issue 10 (October)
  Issue 11 (November)
  Issue 12 (December)

Volume 9 (2013)
  Issue 1 (January)
  Issue 2 (February)
  Issue 3 (March)
  Issue 4 (April)
  Issue 5 (May)
  Issue 6 (June)
  Issue 7 (July)



Forestry Books

Plantation Forestry in the Tropics: The Role, Silviculture, and Use of Planted Forests for Industrial, Social, Environmental, and Agroforestry Purposes

Plantation Forestry in the Tropics: The Role, Silviculture, and Use of Planted Forests for Industrial, Social, Environmental, and Agroforestry Purposes