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Nutrient acquisition from different soil depths by pedunculate oakGÖRANSSON, Hans; ROSENGREN, Ulrika; WALLANDER, Hakan et al.Trees (Berlin. Print). 2006, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 292-298, issn 0931-1890, 7 p.Article

Detection of quantitative trait loci controlling bud burst and height growth in Quercus robur LSCOTTI-SAINTAGNE, Caroline; BODENES, Catherine; BARRENECHE, Teresa et al.Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 2004, Vol 109, Num 8, pp 1648-1659, issn 0040-5752, 12 p.Article

Cryopreservation of embryogenic cultures of Quercus robur using desiccation and vitrification proceduresMARTINEZ, M. T; BALLESTER, A; VIEITEZ, A. M et al.Cryobiology (Print). 2003, Vol 46, Num 2, pp 182-189, issn 0011-2240, 8 p.Article

Overrun by the neighbors: Landscape context affects strength and sign of local adaptationTACK, Ayco J. M; ROSLIN, Tomas.Ecology (Durham). 2010, Vol 91, Num 8, pp 2253-2260, issn 0012-9658, 8 p.Article

Applying survival analysis for estimating and comparing flushing time variabilityPERIC, Sanja; BASIC, Bojana Dalbelo; GRACAN, Joso et al.Information technology interfaces. 2001, pp 273-278, isbn 953-96769-3-2Conference Paper

Does past emergence of epicormic shoots control current composition of epicormic types?MORISSET, Jean-Baptiste; MOTHE, Frédéric; CHOPARD, Bruno et al.Annals of forest science (Print). 2012, Vol 69, Num 2, pp 139-152, issn 1286-4560, 14 p.Article

Soil modification by different tree species influences the extent of seedling ectomycorrhizal infectionDICKIE, I. A; OLEKSYN, J; REICH, P. B et al.Mycorrhiza (Berlin). 2006, Vol 16, Num 2, pp 73-79, issn 0940-6360, 7 p.Article

Influence of wind loading on root system development and architecture in oak (Quercus robur L.) seedlingsTAMASI, Elisabetta; STOKES, Alexia; LASSERRE, Bruno et al.Trees (Berlin. Print). 2005, Vol 19, Num 4, pp 374-384, issn 0931-1890, 11 p.Article

Influence of cotyledon removal on early seedling growth in Quercus robur LGARCIA-CEBRIAN, Francisco; ESTESO-MARTINEZ, Jordan; GIL-PELEGRIN, Eustaquio et al.Annals of forest science. 2003, Vol 60, Num 1, pp 69-73, issn 1286-4560, 5 p.Article

Consequences of cutting off distal ends of cotyledons of Quercus robur acorns before sowingGIERTYCH, Marian J; SUSZKA, Jan.Annals of forest science (Print). 2011, Vol 68, Num 2, pp 433-442, issn 1286-4560, 10 p.Article

Establishing oak woodland on cutaway peatlands : Effects of soil preparation and fertilizationRENOU-WILSON, Florence; KEANE, Michael; FARRELL, E. P et al.Forest ecology and management. 2008, Vol 255, Num 3-4, pp 728-737, issn 0378-1127, 10 p.Article

A simplified approach to implement forest eco-hydrological properties in regional hydrological modellingWATTENBACH, Martin; HATTERMANN, Fred; WENG, Reinhard et al.Ecological modelling. 2005, Vol 187, Num 1, pp 40-59, issn 0304-3800, 20 p.Article

Oak leaves and pine needles as biomonitors of airborne trace elements pollutionABOAL, J. R; FERNANDEZ, J. A; CARBALLEIRA, A et al.Environmental and experimental botany. 2004, Vol 51, Num 3, pp 215-225, issn 0098-8472, 11 p.Article

Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) silviculture in natural stands of NW Spain : Environmental conditionersDIAZ-MAROTO, I. J; VILA-LAMEIRO, P.Forest ecology and management. 2008, Vol 256, Num 4, pp 702-711, issn 0378-1127, 10 p.Article

Short-term effect of removing tree competition on the ectomycorrhizal status of a declining pedunculate oak forest (Quercus robur L.)MOSCA, Elena; MONTECCHIO, Lucio; SELLA, Luca et al.Forest ecology and management. 2007, Vol 244, Num 1-3, pp 129-140, issn 0378-1127, 12 p.Article

Influence of the species and geographical location on volatile composition of spanish oak wood (Quercus petraea liebl, and Quercus robur L.)GUCHU, Emilia; DIAZ-MAROTO, M. Consuelo; DIAZ-MAROTO, Ignacio Javier et al.Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (Print). 2006, Vol 54, Num 8, pp 3062-3066, issn 0021-8561, 5 p.Article

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from tissues of mature oak trees : true-to-type conformity of plantlets by RAPD analysisVALLADARES, S; SANCHEZ, C; MARTINEZ, M. T et al.Plant cell reports (Print). 2006, Vol 25, Num 9, pp 879-886, issn 0721-7714, 8 p.Article

Fine-scale environmental control of hybridization in oaksLAGACHE, Lélia; KLEIN, Etienne K; GUICHOUX, Erwan et al.Molecular ecology. 2013, Vol 22, Num 2, pp 423-436, issn 0962-1083, 14 p.Article

Transcriptional changes in two types of pre-mycorrhizal roots and in ectomycorrhizas of oak microcuttings inoculated with Piloderma croceumFRETTINGER, Patrick; DERORY, Jérémy; HERRMANN, Sylvie et al.Planta. 2007, Vol 225, Num 2, pp 331-340, issn 0032-0935, 10 p.Article

Viability and sunlight sensitivity of oak pollen and its implications for pollen-mediated gene flowSCHUELER, Silvio; SCHLÜNZEN, Katharina Heinke; SCHOLZ, Florian et al.Trees (Berlin. Print). 2005, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 154-161, issn 0931-1890, 8 p.Article

Temporal changes in the spatial pattern of leaf traits in a Quercus robur populationCOVELO, Felisa; AVILA, Jose Manuel; GALLARDO, Antonio et al.Annals of forest science (Print). 2011, Vol 68, Num 3, pp 453-460, issn 1286-4560, 8 p.Article

Enzymatic activities of three ectomycorrhizal types of Quercus robur L. in relation to tree decline and thinningMOSCA, Elena; MONTECCHIO, Lucio; SCATTOLIN, Linda et al.Soil biology & biochemistry. 2007, Vol 39, Num 11, pp 2897-2904, issn 0038-0717, 8 p.Article

Identification of premycorrhiza-related plant genes in the association between Quercus robur and Piloderma croceumKRÜGER, Andrea; PESKAN-BERGHOFERL, Tatjana; FRETTINGER, Patrick et al.New phytologist. 2004, Vol 163, Num 1, pp 149-157, issn 0028-646X, 9 p.Article

Hybridization as a mechanism of invasion in oaksPETIT, Rémy J; BODENES, Catherine; DUCOUSSO, Alexis et al.New phytologist. 2004, Vol 161, Num 1, pp 151-164, issn 0028-646X, 14 p.Article

Maturation and germination of oak somatic embryos originated from leaf and stem explants: RAPD markers for genetic analysis of regenerantsSANCHEZ, M. Concepcion; MARTINEZ, M. Teresa; VALLADARES, Silvia et al.Journal of plant physiology. 2003, Vol 160, Num 6, pp 699-707, issn 0176-1617, 9 p.Article

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