Free Access
Ann. For. Sci.
Volume 61, Number 5, July-August 2004
Page(s) 455 - 463
References of Ann. For. Sci. 61 455-463
  1. Alaoui-Sossé B., Parmentier C., Dizengremel P., Barnola P., Rhythmic growth and carbon allocation in Quercus robur. 1. Starch and sucrose, Plant Physiol. Biochem. 32 (1994) 331-339.
  2. Alberdi M., Corcuera L.J., Cold acclimation in plants, Phytochemistry 30 (1991) 3177-3184 [CrossRef].
  3. Ashworth E.N., Stirm V.E., Volenec J.J., Seasonal variations in soluble sugars and starch within woody stems of Cornus sericea L., Tree Physiol. 13 (1993) 379-388 [PubMed].
  4. Beck E., Hansen J., Heim R., Schäfer C., Vogg G., Leborgne N., Teulieres C., Boudet A.M., Cold hardening and dehardening of trees, in: Sandermann H. Jr., Bonnet-Masimbert M. (Eds.), Eurosilva - Contribution to forest tree physiology, INRA, Paris, 1994, pp. 171-193.
  5. Blank R., Ringporigkeit des Holzes und häufige Entlaubung durch Insekten als spezifische Risikofaktoren der Eichen, Forst Holz 52 (1997) 235-242.
  6. Blank R., Riemer T., Quantifizierung des Einflusses blattfressender Insekten auf den Spätholzzuwachs der Eiche in Nordwestdeutschland, Forst Holz 54 (1999) 569-576.
  7. Block J., Delb H., Hartmann G., Seemann D., Schröck H.W., Schwere Folgeschäden nach Kahlfraß durch Schwammspinner im Bienwald, Allg. Forst Z. / Der Wald 50 (1995) 1278-1281.
  8. BMELF (Bundesministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten) (Ed.), Bundesweite Bodenzustandserhebung im Wald (BZE) - Arbeitsanleitung, BMELF, Bonn, 1990.
  9. Bravo L.A., Gallardo J., Navarrete A., Olave N., Martínez J., Alberdi M., Close T.J., Corcuera L.J., Cryoprotective activity of a cold-induced dehydrin purified from barley, Physiol. Plant. 118 (2003) 262-269 [CrossRef].
  10. Caffrey M., Fonseca V., Leopold A.C., Lipid-sugar interactions, Plant Physiol. 86 (1988) 754-758.
  11. Crowe J.H., Carpenter J.F., Crowe L.M., Anchordoguy T.J., Are freezing and dehydration similar stress vectors? A comparison of modes of interaction of stabilizing solutes with biomolecules, Cryobiology 27 (1990) 219-231.
  12. Deutscher Wetterdienst, Monatlicher Witterungsbericht, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, Germany, 2001.
  13. Flint H.L., Boyce B.R., Beattie D.J., Index of injury - a useful expression of freezing injury to plant tissues as determined by the electrolytic method, Can. J. Plant Sci. 47 (1967) 229-230.
  14. Gieger T., Thomas F.M., Effects of defoliation and drought stress on biomass partitioning and water relations of Quercus robur and Quercus petraea, Basic Appl. Ecol. 3 (2002) 171-181.
  15. Gray G.R., Chauvin L.-P., Sarhan F., Huner N.P.A., Regulation of cold acclimation, in: Li P.H., Chen T.H.H. (Eds.) Plant Cold Hardiness - Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Physiology, Plenum Press, New York and London, 1997, pp. 181-190.
  16. Große-Schulte T., Zusammenhänge zwischen Quercit-Speicherung und Frosthärte in der Gattung Quercus, Diploma Thesis, Univ. Münster, Institute of Plant Ecology, 1995.
  17. Guy C.L., Cold acclimation and freezing stress tolerance: role of protein metabolism, Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 41 (1990) 187-223.
  18. Hartmann G., Ursachenanalyse des Eichensterbens in Deutschland - Versuch einer Synthese bisheriger Befunde, Mitt. Biol. Bundes-anst. Land- u. Forstwirtsch. Berlin-Dahlem 318 (1996) 125-151.
  19. Hartmann G., Blank R., Winterfrost, Kahlfraß und Prachtkäferbefall als Faktoren im Ursachenkomplex des Eichensterbens in Nord- deutschland, Forst Holz 47 (1992) 443-452.
  20. Heizmann U., Kreuzwieser J., Schnitzler J.-P., Brüggemann N., Rennenberg H., Assimilate transport in the xylem sap of pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) saplings, Plant Biol. 3 (2001) 132-138 [CrossRef].
  21. Jönsson A.M., Mineral nutrients of beech (Fagus sylvatica) bark in relation to frost sensitivity and soil treatments in southern Sweden, Ann. For. Sci. 57 (2000) 1-8 [EDP Sciences] [CrossRef].
  22. Kaurin Å., Junttila O., Hansen J., Seasonal changes in frost hardiness in cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus) in relation to carbohydrate content with special reference to sucrose, Physiol. Plant. 52 (1981) 310-314.
  23. Kolb T.E., Steiner K.C., Barbour H.F., Seasonal and genetic variations in loblolly pine cold tolerance, For. Sci. 31 (1985) 926-932.
  24. Kosola K.R., Dickmann D.I., Paul E.A., Parry D., Repeated insect defoliation effects on growth, nitrogen acquisition, carbohydrates, and root demography of poplars, Oecologia 129 (2001) 65-74 [CrossRef].
  25. Landmann G., Becker M., Delatour C., Dreyer E., Dupouey J.-L., 1993. Oak dieback in France: historical and recent records, possible causes, current investigations, in: Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Ed.) Zustand und Gefährdung der Laubwälder, Rundgespräche der Kommission für Ökologie 5, F. Pfeil, Munich, Germany, 1993, pp. 97-113.
  26. Li C., Junttila O., Ernstsen A., Heino P., Palva E.T., Photoperiodic control of growth, cold acclimation and dormancy development in silver birch (Betula pendula) ecotypes, Physiol. Plant. 117 (2003) 206-212 [CrossRef].
  27. Li P.H., Chen T.H.H., Plant Cold Hardiness - Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Physiology, Plenum Press, New York and London, 1997.
  28. Lipavská H., Svobodová H., Albrechtová J., Annual dynamics of the content of non-structural saccharides in the context of structural development of vegetative buds of Norway spruce, J. Plant Physiol. 157 (2000) 365-373.
  29. Lobinger G., Zusammenhänge zwischen Insektenfraß, Witterungsfaktoren und Eichenschäden, Bayerische Landesanstalt für Wald und Forstwirtschaft, Freising, Germany, 1999.
  30. Murray M.B., Cape J.N., Fowler D., Quantification of frost damage in plant tissues by rates of electrolyte leakage, New Phytol. 113 (1989) 307-311.
  31. Ögren E., Fall frost resistance in willows used for biomass production. II. Predictive relationships with sugar concentration and dry matter content, Tree Physiol. 19 (1999) 755-760 [PubMed].
  32. Orthen B., Popp M., Cyclitols as cryoprotectants for spinach and chickpea thylakoids, Environ. Exp. Bot. 44 (2000) 125-132 [CrossRef] [PubMed].
  33. Parker J., Seasonal changes in cold resistance and free sugars of some hardwood tree barks, For. Sci. 8 (1962) 255-262.
  34. Popp M., Smirnoff N., Polyol accumulation and metabolism during water deficit, in: Smirnoff N. (Ed.) Environment and plant metabolism - Flexibility and acclimation, Bios Scientific Publishers, Oxford, 1995, pp. 199-215.
  35. Popp M., Lied W., Bierbaum U., Gross M., Große-Schulte T., Hams S., Oldenettel J., Schüler S., Wiese J., Cyclitols - Stable osmotica in trees, in: Rennenberg H., Eschrich W., Ziegler H. (Eds.), Trees - Contributions to modern tree physiology, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, 1997, pp. 257-270.
  36. Rubtsov V.V., Influence of repeated defoliations by insects on wood increment in common oak (Quercus robur L.), Ann. Sci. For. 53 (1996) 407-412.
  37. Sachs L., Applied statistics - A handbook of techniques, 2nd ed., Springer-Verlag, New York, 1984.
  38. Sakai A., Larcher W., Frost survival of plants, Ecological Studies 62, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1987.
  39. Santarius K.A., The mechanism of cryoprotection of biomembrane systems by carbohydrates, in: Li P.H., Sakai A. (Eds.), Plant cold hardiness and freezing stress - Mechanisms and crop implications, Vol. 2, Academic Press, New York, 1982, pp. 475-486.
  40. Shapiro S.S., Wilk M.B., An analysis of variance test for normality (complete samples), Biometrika 52 (1965) 591-611 [MathSciNet].
  41. Siwecki R., A decline of oak forests caused by abiotic and biotic factors and attempts at biological research in this syndrome, Arbor. Korn. 34 (1989) 161-169.
  42. Steponkus P.L., Uemura M., Joseph R.A., Gilmour S.J., Thomashow M.F., Mode of action of the COR15a gene on the freezing tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 95 (1998) 14570-14575 [CrossRef] [PubMed].
  43. Stushnoff C., Seufferfeld M.J., Creegan T., Oligosaccharides as endogenous cryoprotectants in woody plants, in: Li P.H., Chen T.H.H. (Eds.), Plant cold hardiness - Molecular biology, biochemistry, and physiology, Plenum Press, New York and London, 1997, pp. 301-309.
  44. Thomas F.M., Ahlers U., Effects of excess nitrogen on frost hardiness and freezing injury of above-ground tissue in young oaks (Quercus petraea and Q. robur), New Phytol. 144 (1999) 73-83 [CrossRef].
  45. Thomas F.M., Blank R., The effect of excess nitrogen and of insect defoliation on the frost hardiness of bark tissue of adult oaks, Ann. Sci. For. 53 (1996) 395-406.
  46. Thomas F.M., Blank R., Hartmann G., Der Einfluß von Stammexposition, Stickstoff-Status und Blattfraß auf die Frosthärte des Bastes von Alteichen, Verh. Ges. Ökol. 26 (1996) 153-160.
  47. Thomas F.M., Blank R., Hartmann G., Abiotic and biotic factors and their interactions as causes of oak decline in Central Europe, For. Pathol. 32 (2002) 277-307.
  48. Van den Burg J., Foliar analysis for determination of tree nutrient status - a compilation of literature data, Rapport No. 414, Rijksinstituut voor Onderzoek in de Bos- en Landschapsbouw "De Dorsch-kamp", Wageningen, The Netherlands, 1985.
  49. Van den Burg J., Foliar analysis for determination of tree nutrient status - a compilation of literature data. 2. Literature 1985-1989, Rapport No. 591, "De Dorschkamp", Institute for Forestry and Urban Ecology, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 1990.
  50. Wargo P.M., Consequences of environmental stress on oak: predisposition to pathogens, Ann. Sci. For. 53 (1996) 359-368.
  51. Xin Z., Browse J., Cold comfort farm: the acclimation of plants to freezing temperatures, Plant Cell Environ. 23 (2000) 893-902 [CrossRef].