Free access
Issue
Ann. For. Sci.
Volume 61, Number 7, October-November 2004
Page(s) 711 - 719
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/forest:2004057
References of Ann. For. Sci. 61 711-719
  1. Ammer C., Growth and biomass partitioning of Fagus sylvatica L. and Quercus robur L. seedlings in response to shading and small changes in the R/FR-ratio of radiation, Ann. For. Sci. 60 (2003) 163-171 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  2. Ashton P.M.S., Gamage S., Gunatilleke I.A.U.N., Gunatilleke C.V.S., Restoration of a Sri Lankan rainforest: using Carribean pine Pinus caribaea as a nurse for establishing late-successional tree species, J. Appl. Ecol. 34 (1997) 915-925.
  3. Augusto L., Dupouey J.-L., Picard J.-F., Potential contribution of the seed bank in coniferous plantations to the restoration of native deciduous forest vegetation, Acta Oecol. 22 (2001) 87-98 [CrossRef].
  4. Augusto L., Ranger J., Binkley D., Rothe A., Impact of several common tree species of European temperate forests on soil fertility, Ann. For. Sci. 59 (2002) 233-253 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  5. Bossuyt B., Hermy M., Influence of land use history on seed banks in European temperate forest ecosystems: a review, Ecography 24 (2001) 225-238 [CrossRef].
  6. Boudru M., Forêt et sylviculture, sylviculture appliquée, Les Presses Agronomiques de Gembloux, Gembloux, 1986.
  7. Catovsky S., Bazzaz F.A., Feedbacks between canopy composition and seedling regeneration in mixed conifer broad-leaved forests, Oikos 98 (2002) 403-420 [CrossRef].
  8. Chytrý M., Otýpková Z., Plot sizes used for phytosociological sampling of European vegetation, J. Veg. Sci. 14 (2003) 563-570.
  9. Claessens H., Pauwels D., Thibaut A., Rondeux J., Site index curves and autecology of ash, sycamore and cherry in Wallonia (Southern Belgium), Forestry 72 (1999) 171-182 [CrossRef].
  10. Clark J.S., Beckage B., Camill P., Cleveland B., HilleRisLambers R., Lichter J., McLachlan J., Mohan J., Wyckoff P., Interpreting recruitment limitation in forests, Am. J. Bot. 86 (1999) 1-16.
  11. Coll L., Balandier P., Picon-Cochard C., Prévosto B., Curt T., Competition for water between beech seedlings and surrounding vegetation in different light and vegetation composition conditions, Ann. For. Sci. 60 (2003) 593-600 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  12. Collet C., Lanter O., Pardos M., Effects of canopy opening on height and diameter growth in naturally regenerated beech seedlings, Ann. For. Sci. 58 (2001) 127-134 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  13. Cornelissen J.H.C., An experimental comparison of leaf decomposition rates in a wide range of temperate plant species and types, J. Ecol. 84 (1996) 573-582.
  14. Deiller A.F., Walter J.M.N., Trémolières M., Effects of flood interruption on species richness, diversity and floristic composition of woody regeneration in the upper Rhine alluvial hardwood forest, Regul. River 17 (2001) 393-405.
  15. Diaci J., Regeneration dynamics in a Norway spruce plantation on a silver fir-beech forest site in the Slovenian Alps, For. Ecol. Manage. 161 (2002) 27-38.
  16. Drexhage M., Colin F., Effects of browsing on shoots and roots of naturally regenerated sessile oak seedlings, Ann. For. Sci. 60 (2003) 173-178 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  17. Duchaufour P., Pédologie. 1. Pédogénèse et classification, Masson, Paris, 1967.
  18. Dufrêne M., Legendre P., Geographic structure and potential ecological factors in Belgium, J. Biogeogr. 18 (1991) 257-266.
  19. Dufrêne M., Legendre P., Species assemblages and indicator species: the need for a flexible asymmetrical approach, Ecol. Monogr. 67 (1997) 345-366.
  20. Dzwonko Z., Gawronski S., Influence of litter and weather on seedling recruitment in a mixed oak-pine woodland, Ann. Bot. 90 (2002) 245-252 [CrossRef] [PubMed].
  21. Facelli J.M., Pickett S.T.A., Plant litter: its dynamics and effects on plant community structure, Bot. Rev. 57 (1991) 1-32.
  22. FRA, The forest resources of the temperate zones. Benefits and functions of the forests, United Nations, New York, 1990.
  23. Grubb P.J., Lee W.G., Kollman J., Wilson J.B., Interaction of irradiance and soil nutrient supply on growth of seedlings of ten European tall-shrub species and Fagus sylvatica, J. Ecol. 84 (1996) 827-840.
  24. Hannerz M., Hånell B., Effects on the flora in Norway spruce forests following clearcutting and shelterwood cutting, For. Ecol. Manage. 90 (1997) 29-49.
  25. Heitz R., Rehfüss K.E., Reconversion of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) stands into mixed forests: effects on soil properties and nutrient fluxes, in: Olsthoorn A.F.M., Bartelink H.H., Gardiner J.J., Pretzsch H., Hekhuis H.J., Franc A. (Eds.), Management of mixed-species forest: silviculture and economics, DLO Institute for Forestry and Nature Research (IBN-DLO), Wageningen, 1999, pp. 46-57.
  26. Hekhuis H.J., Wiemann E.A.P., Costs, revenues and function fulfilment of nature conservation and recreation values of mixed, uneven-aged forests in The Netherlands, in: Olsthoorn A.F.M., Bartelink H.H., Gardiner J.J., Pretzsch H., Hekhuis H.J., Franc A. (Eds.), Management of mixed-species forest: silviculture and economics, DLO Institute for Forestry and Nature Research (IBN-DLO), Wageningen, 1999, pp. 331-346.
  27. Helliwell D.R., Harrison A.F., Effects of light and weed competition on the growth of seedling of four tree species on a range of soil, Q. J. For. 73 (1979) 160-171.
  28. Hérault B., Bouxin G., Thoen D., Comparison of the regeneration patterns of woody species between Norway spruce plantations and deciduous forests on alluvial soils, Belg. J. Bot. 137 (2004) 36-46.
  29. Holgén P., Hånell B., Performance of planted and naturally regenerated seedlings in Picea abies-dominated shelterwood stands and clearcuts in Sweden, For. Ecol. Manage. 127 (2000) 129-138.
  30. Honnay O., Bossuyt B., Verheyen K., Butaye J., Jacquemyn H., Hermy M., Ecological perspectives for the restoration of plant communities in European temperate forests, Biodivers. Conserv. 11 (2002) 213-242 [CrossRef].
  31. Hurlbert S.H., Pseudoreplication and the design of ecological experiment, Ecol. Monogr. 54 (1984) 187-211.
  32. Iwasa Y., Satake A., Mechanisms inducing spatially extended synchrony in mast seeding: the role of pollen coupling and environmental fluctuation, Ecol. Res. 19 (2004) 13-20 [CrossRef].
  33. Johnson W.C., Estimating the dispersability of Acer, Fraxinus and Tilia in fragmented landscapes from patterns of seedling establishment, Landscape Ecol. 1 (1988) 175-187 [CrossRef].
  34. Kazda M., Pichler M., Priority assessment for conversion of Norway spruce forests through introduction of broadleaf species, For. Ecol. Manage. 102 (1998) 245-258.
  35. Kazda M., Wagner C., Pichler M., Hager H., Potentielle Lichtausnützung von Quercus petraea, Fagus sylvatica und Acer pseudoplatanus im Jahr des Voranbaus, Allg. Forst u. J.-ztg 169 (1998) 157-162.
  36. Kelly D., The evolutionary ecology of mast seeding, Trends Ecol. Evol. 9 (1994) 465-470 [CrossRef].
  37. Kerr G., Cahalan C., A review of site factors affecting the early growth of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.), For. Ecol. Manage. 188 (2004) 225-234.
  38. Lambinon J., Delvosalle L., Duvigneaud J., Nouvelle flore de la Belgique, du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, du Nord de la France et des régions voisines (Ptéridophytes et Spermatophytes), Éditions du Patrimoine du Jardin botanique national de Belgique, Meise, 2004.
  39. Löf M., Gemmel P., Nilsson U., Welander N.T., The influence of site preparation on growth in Quercus robur L. seedlings in a southern Sweden clear-cut and shelterwood, For. Ecol. Manage. 109 (1998) 241-249.
  40. Lust N., Kongs T., Nachtergale L., De Keersmaeker L., Spontaneous ingrowth of tree species in poplar plantations in Flanders, Ann. For. Sci. 58 (2001) 861-868 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  41. McCune B., Mefford M.J., PC-ORD. Multivariate analysis of ecological data, Version 4, MjM Software Design, Gleneden Beach, 1999.
  42. Modrý M., Hubený D., Rejsek K., Differential response of naturally regenerated European shade tolerant species to soil type and light availability, For. Ecol. Manage. 188 (2004) 185-195.
  43. Morisita M., Measuring of the dispersion and analysis of distribution patterns, Memoires of the Faculty of Science, Kyushu University, Series E, Biology 2 (1959) 215-235.
  44. Mosandl R., Kleinert A., Development of oaks (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.) emerged from bird-dispersed seeds under old-growth pine (Pinus silvestris L.) stands, For. Ecol. Manage. 106 (1998) 35-44.
  45. Niinemets U., Growth of young trees of Acer platanoides and Quercus robur along a gap-understory continuum: interrelationships between allometry, biomass partitioning, nitrogen, and shade tolerance, Int. J. Plant Sci. 159 (1998) 318-330 [CrossRef].
  46. Noirfalise A., Sougnez N., Les forêts riveraines de Belgique, Bull. Jard. Bot. État 30 (1961) 199-288.
  47. Noirfalise A., Thill A., Les boisements d'épicéa et leurs types pédobotaniques en Ardenne (Belgique), Beitr. Naturk. Foresch. Südw.-Dtl. 34 (1975) 251-257.
  48. Parotta J.A., Influence of overstory composition on understory colonization by native species in plantations on a degraded tropical site, J. Veg. Sci. 6 (1995) 627-636.
  49. Pier J., Les forêts alluviales au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Musée d'Histoire Naturelle, Luxembourg, 1989.
  50. Sack L., Grubb P.J., Why do species of woody seedlings change rank in relative growth rate between low and high irradiance? Funct. Ecol. 15 (2001) 145-154 [CrossRef].
  51. Schütz J.-P., Opportunistic methods of controlling vegetation, inspired by natural plant succession dynamics with special reference to natural outmixing tendencies in a gap regeneration, Ann. For. Sci. 61 (2004) 149-156 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  52. Seiwa K., Kikuzawa K., Importance of seed size for the establishment of seedlings of five deciduous broad-leaved tree species, Vegetatio 123 (1996) 51-64.
  53. Siebel H.N., Bouwma I.M., The occurrence of herbs and woody juveniles in a hardwood floodplain forest in relation to flooding and light, J. Veg. Sci. 9 (1998) 623-630.
  54. Smit R., Olff H., Woody species colonisation in relation to habitat productivity, Plant Ecol. 139 (1998) 203-209 [CrossRef].
  55. Tapper P.G., Irregular fruiting in Fraxinus excelsior, J. Veg. Sci. 3 (1992) 41-46.
  56. Tapper P.G., Demography of persistent juveniles in Fraxinus excelsior, Ecography 15 (1992) 385-392.
  57. Tapper P.G., Long-term patterns of mast fruiting in Fraxinus excelsior, Ecology 77 (1996) 2567-2572.
  58. Weber-Blaschke G., Claus M., Rehfuess K.E., Growth and nutrition of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) and sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.) on soils of different base saturation in pot experiments, For. Ecol. Manage. 167 (2002) 43-56.
  59. Welander N.T., Ottosson B., The influence of shading on growth and morphology in seedlings of Quercus robur L. and Fagus sylvatica L., For. Ecol. Manage. 107 (1998) 117-126.
  60. Zerbe S., Restoration of natural broad-leaved woodland in Central Europe on sites with coniferous forest plantations, For. Ecol. Manage. 167 (2002) 27-42.
  61. Zerbe S., Vegetation and future natural development of plantations with the Black poplar hybrid Populus × euramericana Guinier introduced to Central Europe, For. Ecol. Manage. 179 (2003) 293-309.