Oszako, T. & Delatour, C. [eds.] (2000): Recent advances on oak health in Europe. Forest Research Institute, Warsaw

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Recent advances on oak health in Europe
Editors: T. Oszako, C. Delatour
Forest Research Institute, Warsaw 2000

This book is based on papers selected from the international scientific conference "Recent Advances on Oak Health in Europe" held in Warsaw on 22-24 November 1999.

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Recent advances on oak health in Europe
Editors: T. Oszako, C. Delatour
Forest Research Institute, Warsaw 2000

Preface - Tomasz Oszako, Zbigniew Sierota
Welcoming address - Zbigniew Sierota
I. Oak situation in Europe
Oak declines in Europe's forests - history, causes and hypothesis - Tomasz Oszako
Oak decline in Europe. Methods and results of assessments in the ICP forests - Johannes Eichhorn, Uwe Paar
Methodical grounds for assessing damage to oak stands - Elżbieta Dmyterko, Arkadiusz Bruchwald
Current state of health of oaks in Saxony-Anhalt - Hans-Günter Kontzog
Oak condition in southern Sweden - Stefan Anderson, Sture Wijk, Kerstin Sonesson
Oak decline in the Middle Povolzhje region of Russia - Igor A. Yakovlev, Alexandr S. Yakovlev
Oak decline in the forest-steppe region of Russia - Nelly Selochnik
Oak decline in Hungary: case study - Zoltán Somogyi
Health condition of oak stands in Slovakia - Roman Leontovyč, Andrej Kunca
Genetic cartography of oaks in Poland using PCR-RFLP markers of the chloroplast DNA - Izabela Głaz
Recent observation on oak decline in southern Belgium: nutritional aspect - Valérie Claes, Jean-Francois Duliére, Francois Malaisse
The condition of Quercus robur L. in the Flemish Region - P. Roskams, G. Sioen
The cork oak condition in Portugal - Filomena Ferreira
Multi benefit stands of cork oak (Quercus suber) - Ana Cristina Goncalves, Alfredo Goncalves Ferreira, Ângelo Carvalho Oliveira, Nuno Ribeiro
Oak wilt and oak decline in the upper midwest USA - Jennifer Juzwik, Thomas L. Schmidt
II. Abiotic (environmental) and biotic (pests and deseases) constrains to which oak forest is submitted
Twig abscission (cladoptosis) and its ecophysiological significance for decline symptoms in Quercus robur L. - Andreas Roloff, Klaus Klugmann
Water shortage as a key factor in the case of oak dieback in the Harth Forest (Alsacian plain, France) as demonstrated by dendroecological and ecophysiological study - Nathalie Bréda
Comparison of water-use efficiency between Quercus petraea and Quercus robur - Stephane Ponton, J.-L. Dupouey, Nathalie Bréda, Erwin Dreyer
Variations in phytosynthesis rate of common oak in the Russian south-eastern forest-steppe under changing environment - A. G. Molchanov
Stomatal conductance in the leaves of Quercus cerris L. and Quercus frainetto Ten. in a field experiment - Viorel Blujdea, Mihaela Pauca-Comanescu
Variability in phenology and height of European provenances of sessile oak (Quercus petraea Liebl.) at permanent provenance plots in France - Piotr Małż
Impact of winter frosts on the state and quality of oak forests in the Middle Povolzhje region of Russia - Igor A. Yakovlev
Nutrients in soil and leaves of oak stands in southern Sweden and Poland - Bengt Nihlgard, Stanisław Małek and Kerstin Sonesson
Short term effects of nitrogen-free fertilisation in three oak stands in southern Sweden - Kerstin Sonesson
Association of soil macro and microelements and cork oak decline in Portugal - Edmundo Manuel de Sousa, Joăo Castro Pinto, Maria Natércia Santos, Alberto Azevedo Gomes, Luís Filipe Bonifácio
Agrilus biguttatus (Col.: Buprestidae) in relation with oak decline - Leen Morall, Jacek Hilszczański
The impact of insects - defoliators to the oak decline in Ukraine - Valentina Meshkova
Comparative pathological status of early- and late-flushing of Quercus robur L. in the mid-Russian forest-steppe - Nelly Selochnik, M. Romanovsky
Genetic research on Armillaria spp., the pathogen of oak trees - Aleksandra Potyralska, Ryszard Siwecki
Occurence of Armillaria species in oak stands in Poland - Anna Żółciak
The comparison of the distribution of cpDNA haplotypes of oaks in the Forest Districts of Smolarz and Krotoszyn - Aleksandra Potyralska, Ryszard Siwecki
Dendrochronological analysis of radial growth dynamics of oaks in the Smolarz forest district - Krzysztof Ufnalski, Ryszard Siwecki
Germin gene expression induced by stress - Justyna Nowakowska, Krzysztof Rakowski
The role of the Forest Gene Bank in Kostrzyca in the policy of protecting the genetic resources of Polish forests Kazimierz Toka

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