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Fire is one of the principal agents changing forest carbon stocks and landscape level distributions of carbon, but few studies have addressed how accurate carbon accounting of fire-killed trees is or can be. We used a large number of forested plots (1646)... see more

This report presents a comparison via field-testing between Parrot Sequoia and Mapir Survey2 multispectral cameras. Both sensors are commonly used in precision farming activities conducted by micro-RPAS (drones), thanks to their small size and light weigh... see more

This paper presents the influence of the gelling agents upon the multiplication rate of Sequoia sempervirens. Three variants of media were used (Table 1), respectively, hormone-free MS gelled with 5 g/l Plant-agar, 2 g/l Gelrite and 100 g/l perlite added ... see more

A autoclavagem, técnica utilizada para esterilização de vidraria, meios de cultura e materiais cirúrgicos em laboratório, é uma operação onerosa, em razão do elevado custo do equipamento e do igualmente elevado consumo de energia. Por tais motivos, a subs... see more

Losing oneself in the singing silence of old-growth forests and being reborn at the age of 30 as Homo Radix, Root Man: words can still change your life, offer a profound, formerly absent meaning. Tiziano Fratus encountered his first thousand-year-old sequ... see more

The experiments have been done with the following species: Rosa sp. (Fig.1), Iresine sp. (Fig.2), Sequoia sempervirens (Fig. 3), Rubus sp and Ribes nigrum (Fig.4). Nutritive medium: in the Magenta vessels perlite wass added (approx. 10 g) onto which liqui... see more

At the Fruit Research Station of Cluj a simple and efficient ex-vitro acclimation method for in vitro-rooted plantlets was set up for various horticultural species. This method consists of transferring the rooted plantlets into uncapped glass or plastic v... see more

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