Forest Research: Open Access

Forest Research: Open Access
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Forest Research: Open Access [62 Articles]

The articles published in Forest Research: Open Access have been cited 62 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Forest Research: Open Access.

Lödige C, Schall P & Ammer C (2014) How do Size and Resource Availability Control Aboveground Biomass Allocation of Tree Seedlings?.

Lödige C, Schall P & Ammer C (2014). How do Size and Resource Availability Control Aboveground Biomass Allocation of Tree Seedlings. Forest Res, 3: 2.

Lödige C, Schall P & Ammer C (2014) How do Size and Resource Availability Control Aboveground Biomass Allocation of Tree Seedlings?.

Korjus H & Pollumae P (2014) Characteristics and Motives of Private Forest Owners. Forest Res, 3: e112.

Rocha JA, Vasconcelos S, Silva FMMDA MA & Silva MFS (2014) ISSR Primer Selection for Genetic Variability Analyses with Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus Stapf ex Wardlew., Rutaceae) Forest Res 3: 126. doi: 10.4172/2168-9776.1000126 Page 2 of 5 Volume 3• Issue 3• 1000126 Forest Res ISSN: 2168-9776 FOR, an open access journal 8.0), 1.4 M NaCl and 2% β-mercaptoethanol. After the maceration, the material was transferred to 1.

Rocha JA, Vasconcelos S, Silva FMMDA MA & Silva MFS (2014) ISSR Primer Selection for Genetic Variability Analyses with Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus Stapf ex Wardlew., Rutaceae) Forest Res 3: 126. doi: 10.4172/2168-9776.1000126 Page 2 of 5 Volume 3• Issue 3• 1000126 Forest Res ISSN: 2168-9776 FOR, an open access journal 8.0), 1.4 M NaCl and 2% β-mercaptoethanol. After the maceration, the material was transferred to 1.

Dal Maso E & Montecchio L (2014) Risk of Natural Spread of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus with Environmental Niche Modelling and Ensemble Forecasting Technique. Forest Res, 3: 2.

Dal Maso E & Montecchio L (2014) Risk of Natural Spread of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus with Environmental Niche Modelling and Ensemble Forecasting Technique. Forest Res, 3: 2.

Korjus H & Laarmann D (2015) Deadwood Flow Characteristics as an Indicator of Forest Ecosystem Naturalness. Forest Res, 4: e118.

Jazib MJ & Rather SA (2015) An Ethno-botanical Overview of Oak: A Multipurpose Wild Tree Species of the Pir Panjal Himalayas. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 5: 226-231.

Pragasan L A (2014) Carbon Stock Assessment in the Vegetation of the Chitteri Reserve Forest of the Eastern Ghats in India Based on Non-Destructive Method Using Tree Inventory Data. Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change S11: 1.

Ros Mesa I (2015) Stochastic modelling of soil carbon stocks under different land uses: a case study in South Africa.

Ros Mesa I (2015) Stochastic modelling of soil carbon stocks under different land uses: a case study in South Africa.

Dar DA, Pathak B & Fulekar MH (2015) Assessment of Soil Organic Carbon Stock of Temperate Coniferous Forests in Northern Kashmir.International Journal of Environment 4: 161-178.

Dar JA & Somaiah S (2015) Altitudinal variation of soil organic carbon stocks in temperate forests of Kashmir Himalayas, India. Environmental monitoring and assessment 187: 1-15.

Zhang JZ, Hu CG (2013) Age-dependent and winter temperature pathways regulate flowering in perennial plants. Forest Res 3: e106.

Xi W Ecological Modeling for Informing Forest Restoration and Management.Forest Research: Open Access.

Xi W (2013) Ecological Modeling for Informing Forest Restoration and Management. Forest Res 3: e105.

Myster, R. W. (2015). Flooding× tree fall gap interactive effects on blackwater forest floristics and physical structure in the Peruvian Amazon. Journal of Plant Interactions, 10(1), 126-131.

Myster, R. W. (2014). Interactive effects of flooding and treefall gap formation on terra firme forest and várzea forest seed and seedling mechanisms and tolerances in the Ecuadorean Amazon. Community Ecology, 15(2), 212-221.

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