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TABLAS DE CONTENIDO
SEPTIEMBRE 15 AL 30 DE 2012
BIOCONTROL Vol. 54(1). 2009
FLORESTA Vol. 42(2). 2012
JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY Vol. 44(2). 2012
PHYTOPATHOLOGY Vol. 102(8). 2012
REVISTA DE BIOLOGÍA TROPICAL Vol. 59(4). 2011
SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL Vol. 76(4). 2012
BIOCONTROL Vol. 54(1). 2009
Eric Wajnberg. A new life for BioControl (Pag. 1-7)
Toshinori Okuyama. Intraguild predation in biological control: consideration of
multiple resource species (Pag. 3-7)
Robério C. S. Neves, Jorge B. Torres and Lucia M. Vivan. Reproduction and
dispersal of wing-clipped predatory stinkbugs, Podisus nigrispinus in cotton fields
(Pag. 9-17)
J. M. Holland, T. Birkett and S. Southway. Contrasting the farm-scale spatiotemporal dynamics of boundary and field overwintering predatory beetles in
arable crops (Pag. 19-33)
I. S. Hatherly, B. P. Pedersen and J. S. Bale. Effect of host plant, prey species
and intergenerational changes on the prey preferences of the predatory mirid
Macrolophus caliginosus (Pag. 35-45)
Amarendra K. Pandey, Sonal Tripathi and C. P. M. Tripathi. Effects of parental age
at mating on the fecundity and progeny sex ratio of Campoletis chlorideae, an
endolarval parasitoid of the pod borer, Helicoverpa armigera (Pag. 47-53)
Francesco Pavan and Patrizia Picotti. Influence of grapevine cultivars on the
leafhopper Empoasca vitis and its egg parasitoids (Pag. 5-63)
Filitsa Karamaouna and Michael J. Copland. Fitness and life history parameters of
Leptomastix epona and Pseudaphycus flavidulus , two parasitoids of the obscure
mealybug Pseudococcus viburni (Pag. 65-76)
Wang-Peng Shi, Yan-Yan Wang, Fen Lv, Cheng Guo and Xu Cheng. Persistence of
Paranosema ( Nosema ) locustae (Microsporidia: Nosematidae) among
grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acrididae) populations in the Inner Mongolia
Rangeland, China (Pag. 77-84)
Rajesh Anand, Birendra Prasad and Bhupendra Nath Tiwary. Relative
susceptibility of Spodoptera litura pupae to selected entomopathogenic fungi
(Pag. 85-92)
Nasser Said Mandour. Influence of spinosad on immature and adult stages of
Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) (Pag. 93-102)
Paola Pereira, Andrea Nesci and Miriam Graciela Etcheverry. Efficacy of bacterial
seed treatments for the control of Fusarium verticillioides in maize (Pag. 103111)
Analía Edith Perelló, Maria Virginia Moreno, et al. Biological control of Septoria
tritici blotch on wheat by Trichoderma spp. under field conditions in Argentina
(Pag. 113-122)
Bettina Maccagnani, Francesca Giacomello, et al. Apis mellifera and Osmia
cornuta as carriers for the secondary spread of Bacillus subtilis on apple flowers
(Pag. 123-133)
Jonathan G. Lundgren, Kris A. G. Wyckhuys and Nicolas Desneux. Population
responses by Orius insidiosus to vegetational diversity (Pag. 135-142)
Terence Olckers and Candice K. Borea. Assessing the risks of releasing a sapsucking lace bug, Gargaphia decoris, against the invasive tree Solanum
mauritianum in New Zealand (Pag. 143-154)
O. Ajuonu, M. Byrne, M. Hill, P. Neuenschwander and S. Korie. The effect of two
biological control agents, the weevil Neochetina eichhorniae and the mirid
Eccritotarsus catarinensis on water hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes , grown in
culture with water lettuce, Pistia stratiotes (Pag. 155-162)
INICIO
FLORESTA Vol. 42(2). 2012
Andrew Agbontalor Erakhrumen. Absorption of neem (Azadirachta indica) seed oil
by split-bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) at different temperature regimes and
treatment durations (Pag. 231-240)
Nilton César Fiedler, Ronie Silva Juvanhol, et al. Análise da carga de trabalho
físico em atividades de implantação florestal em áreas declivosas (Pag. 241-248)
Alexandre Nascimento Almeida, Humberto Ângelo, João Carlos Garzel Leodoro da
Silva. Análise econométrica do preço externo do compensado brasileiro (Pag.
249-256)
Cristiane Roppa, Ricardo Valcarcel, Hiram Feijó Baylão Junior. Avaliação da
regeneração em ecossistemas perturbados como indicador da restauração em
ambientes com marcada estacionalidade, Nova Iguaçu (RJ) (Pag. 257-268)
Tiago Reis Dutra, Ângelo Márcio Pinto Leite, Marília Dutra Massad. Avaliação de
fatores do ambiente de trabalho em atividades de um viveiro florestal de curvelo,
Minas Gerais (Pag. 269-276)
Setsuo Iwakiri, Felipe Gustavo Sanches, Daniele Cristina Potulski, et al. Avaliação
do potencial de uso de espécies de pínus tropicais e eucalipto na produção de
painéis compensados ureicos (Pag. 277-284)
Emanuel Araújo Silva, Gabriel Paes Marangon, Luana Dessbesell, et al.
Caracterização espectral na reflectância de Eucalyptus grandis (Pag. 285-292)
Ulisses Silva da Cunha, Sebastião do Amaral Machado, et al. Diameter structure
and phytosociological frequency of a “terra firme” amazon forest, before and after
selective cutting (Pag. 293-304)
Luiz Fernando de Moura, José Otávio Brito, Geraldo Bortoletto Júnior. Efeitos da
termorretificação na perda de massa e propriedades mecânicas de Eucalyptus
grandis e Pinus caribaea var. Hondurensis (Pag. 305-314)
Eficiência de tratamentos silviculturais por anelamento na floresta do Jari, Amapá
Celso Paulo de Azevedo, José Natalino Macedo Silva, et al. (Pag. 315-324)
Marina Moura de Souza, Dimas Agostinho Silva, et al. Estimativa de poder
calorífico e caracterização para uso energético de resíduos da colheita e do
processamento de Pinus taeda (Pag. 325-334)
Eduardo Luiz Longui, Israel Luiz de Lima, et
al.
Estrutura
do lenho de
Plathymenia reticulata e algumas implicações na eficiência hidráulica e resistência
mecânica (Pag. 335-346)
Ângela Simone Freitag, Felipe Uassurê Nery, et al. Estudo comparativo entre dois
meios de cultura para Corymbia citriodora in vitro (Pag. 347-354)
Franklin Galvão, Cátia Regina Augustin, et al. Impacto de Guadua paraguayana
sobre remanescente de floresta ombrófila mista aluvial – uma abordagem
biogeoquímica (Pag. 355-368)
Martha Andreia Brand, José Otávio Brito, et al. Influência da época de estocagem
na qualidade da biomassa florestal para a geração de energia (Pag. 369-380)
Fernando da Silva. Modelagem pré-colheita da estrutura diamétrica de plantios de
Pinus spp. por meio de distribuições probabilísticas (Pag. 381-390)
Alexandre França Tetto, Antonio Carlos Batista, Ronaldo Viana Soare. Ocorrência
de incêndios florestais no estado do paraná, no período de 2005 a 2010 (Pag.
391-398)
Álisson Sobrinho Maranho, Ary Vieira de Paiva. Produção de mudas de
Physocalymma scaberrimum em substratos compostos por diferentes
porcentagens de resíduo orgânico de açaí (Pag. 399-408)
Alberto António Manhiça, Márcio Pereira da Rocha, Romano Timofeiczyk Júnior.
Rendimento no desdobro de Pinus sp. utilizando modelos de corte numa serraria
de pequeno porte (Pag. 409-420)
Raquel Fernandes de Araujo, Eraldo Aparecido Trondoli Matricardi, Mauro Eloi
Nappo Zoneamento ecológico de pequena escala para espécies florestais
tradicionais no distrito federal (Pag. 421-430)
INICIO
JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY Vol. 44(2). 2012
Commentary
John M. Webster. The Society of Nematologists at 50, and Where to from Here?
(Pag. 107-114)
Howard Ferris, Bryan S. Griffiths, Dorota L. Porazinska, et al. Reflections on Plant
and Soil Nematode Ecology: Past, Present and Future (Pag. 115-126)
Lijuan Xing, Andreas Westphal. Predicting Damage of Meloidogyne incognita on
Watermelon (Pag. 127-133)
Yongsan Zeng, Weimin Ye, et al. Description of Hemicaloosia graminis n. sp.
(Nematoda: Caloosiidae) Associated with Turfgrasses in North and South
Carolina, USA (Pag. 134-141)
Nancy Kokalis-Burelle, Erin N. Rosskopf. Susceptibility of Several Common
Subtropical Weeds to Meloidogyne arenaria, M. incognita, and M. javanica (Pag.
142-147)
J. D. Eisenback, D. J. Dodge. Description of a Unique, Complex Feeding Socket
Caused by the Putative Primitive Root-Knot Nematode, Meloidogyne kikuyensis
(Pag. 148-152)
G. O. Poinar Jr., P. S. Grewal. History of Entomopathogenic Nematology (Pag.
153-161)
Raquel Campos-Herrera, Mary Barbercheck, et al. Entomopathogenic Nematodes
as a Model System for Advancing the Frontiers of Ecology (Pag. 162-176)
Christine T. Griffin. Perspectives on the Behavior of Entomopathogenic
Nematodes from Dispersal to Reproduction: Traits Contributing to Nematode
Fitness and Biocontrol Efficacy (Pag. 177-184)
Roland N. Perry, Ralf-Udo Ehlers, Itamar Glazer. A Realistic Appraisal of Methods
to Enhance Desiccation Tolerance of Entomopathogenic Nematodes (Pag. 185190)
Adler R. Dillman, Ali Mortazavi, Paul W. Sternberg. Incorporating Genomics into
the Toolkit of Nematology (Pag. 191-205)
David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Richou Han,Claudia Dolinksi. Entomopathogenic Nematode
Production and Application Technology (Pag. 206-217)
Lawrence A. Lacey, Ramon Georgis. Entomopathogenic Nematodes for Control
of Insect Pests Above and Below Ground with Comments on Commercial
Production (Pag. 218-225)
C. Dolinski, H. Y. Choo, L. W. Duncan. Grower Acceptance of Entomopathogenic
Nematodes: Case Studies on Three Continents (Pag. 226-235)
INICIO
PHYTOPATHOLOGY Vol. 102(8). 2012
Francis J. Ferrandino. Time Scales of Inoculum Production and the Dynamics of
the Epidemic (Pag. 728-732)
C. A. N'Guessan, K. Abo, L. Fondio, et al. So Near and Yet so Far: The Specific
Case of Ralstonia solanacearum Populations from Côte d'Ivoire in Africa (Pag.
733-740)
Yuriko Izumi, Eri Kamei, et al. Role of the Pathotype-Specific ACRTS1 Gene
Encoding a Hydroxylase Involved in the Biosynthesis of Host-Selective ACR-Toxin
in the Rough Lemon Pathotype of Alternaria alternata (Pag. 741-748)
N. A. Ward, C. L. Robertson, A. K. Chanda, and R. W. Schneider. Effects of
Simplicillium lanosoniveum on Phakopsora pachyrhizi, the Soybean Rust
Pathogen, and Its Use as a Biological Control Agent (Pag. 749-760)
M. R. Bonde, S. E. Nester, and D. K. Berner. Effects of Daily Temperature Highs
on Development of Phakopsora pachyrhizi on Soybean (Pag. 761-768)
D. Shtienberg. Effects of Host Physiology on the Development of Core Rot,
Caused by Alternaria alternata, in Red Delicious Apples (Pag. 769-778)
Yue Wang, Dan Wang, et al. Molecular Mapping of the Blast Resistance Genes
Pi2-1 and Pi51(t) in the Durably Resistant Rice ‘Tianjingyeshengdao’ (Pag. 779786)
Santiago X. Mideros, Gary L. Windham, et al. Tissue-Specific Components of
Resistance to Aspergillus Ear Rot of Maize (Pag. 787-793)
Heather M. Young, Sheeja George, et al. Effect of Solar Radiation on Severity of
Soybean Rust (Pag. 794-803)
Zhen Fu, Paula Agudelo, and Christina E. Wells. Differential Expression of a β-1,4Endoglucanase Induced by Diet Change in the Foliar Nematode Aphelenchoides
fragariae (Pag. 804-811)
INICIO
REVISTA DE BIOLOGÍA TROPICAL Vol. 59(4). 2011
Johanna Hurtado & David B. Clark. Local technicians in long-term research
projects: evaluation of 25 years experience in an active tropical research station
(Pag. 1455-1462)
Sergio I. Salazar-Vallejo, Luis F. Carrera-Parra & J. Angel de León-González.
Giant Eunicid Polychaetes (Annelida) in shallow tropical and temperate seas (Pag.
1463-1474)
Anja Schulze. The Bobbit worm dilemma: a case for DNA (Pag. 1475-1477)
María del Mar Gamboa, Silvia Mau & Evelyn Rodríguez. Caracterización molecular
y resistencia antimicrobiana de aislamientos de Clostridium perfringens de
diferentes orígenes en Costa Rica (Pag. 1479-1485)
Héctor Nava & M. Teresa Ramírez-Herrera. Government conservation policies on
Mexican coastal areas: is a "top-down" management working? (Pag. 1487-1501)
Miguel Guevara, Leandro Bastardo, et al. Pastas de Rhodomonas salina
(Cryptophyta) como alimento para Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera) (Pag. 15031515)
Cristian Fonseca Rodríguez, Carolina Marín-Vindas, et al. Variación estacional de
la composición proximal del mejillón Tagelus peruvianus (Bivalvia: Solecurtidae)
del Golfo de Nicoya, Puntarenas, Costa Rica (Pag. 1517-1523)
Jesylén Castillo, Nora Eslava & Leo Walter González. Crecimiento del cangrejo
Callinectes danae (Decapoda: Portunidae) de la Isla de Margarita, Venezuela
(Pag. 1525-1535)
Javier Rodríguez-Barrios, Rodulfo Ospina-Tórres & Rodrigo Turizo-Correa. Grupos
funcionales alimentarios de macroinvertebrados acuáticos en el río Gaira,
Colombia (Pag. 1537-1552)
IInês C. Gonçalves, Elidiomar R. Da-Silva & Jorge L. Nessimian. Oligoneuria
macabaiba sp. nov. (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) from Brazil (Pag. 1553-1557)
José Antonio Gómez-Anaya, Rodolfo Novelo-Gutiérrez & William Bruce Campbell.
Diversity and distribution of Odonata (Insecta) larvae along an altitudinal gradient
in Coalcomán mountains, Michoacán, Mexico (Pag. 1559-1577)
Christian Bardi, Yanina Mariottini, Maria L. De Wysiecki & Carlos E. Lange.
Desarrollo post-embrionario, fecundidad y consumo de alimento de Dichroplus
exilis (Orthoptera: Acrididae) bajo condiciones controladas (Pag. 1579-1587)
Walter Santos de Araújo, Genimar Rebouças Julião, et al. Diversity of galling
insects in Styrax pohlii (Styracaceae): edge effect and use as bioindicators (Pag.
1589-1597)
Walter S. Araújo. Size, age and composition: characteristics of plant taxa as
diversity predictors of gall-midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) (Pag. 1599-1607)
Cipriano García, Lourdes García, Leticia Espinosa-Carreón T. & César Ley. P.
Abundancia y distribución de Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) y dispersión del
dengue en Guasave Sinaloa, México (Pag. 1609-1619)
Andrés Herrera & Angélica Penteado-Dias. Five new species of the genus
Sphelodon (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) from Brazil with a key to the
Neotropical species (Pag. 1621-1635)
Francyregis A. Nunes, Glauco B. Martins Segundo, et al. Ground-foraging ants
(Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and rainfall effect on pitfall trapping in a deciduous
thorn woodland (Caatinga), Northeastern Brazil (Pag. 1637-1650)
INICIO
Andrea Armendano & Alda González. Efecto de las arañas (Arachnida: Araneae)
como depredadoras de insectos plaga en cultivos de alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
(Fabaceae) en Argentina (Pag. 1651-1662)
Carlos Alberto S. de Lucena. A new fish species of Roeboides from Panamá
(Characiformes: Characidae) (Pag. 1663-1667)
Dinora Acosta Zamorano, Gorgonio Ruiz Campos, et al. Seasonal diet composition
of Fundulus lima (Cyprinodontiformes: Fundulidae) in two oasis systems of Baja
California Sur, Mexico (Pag. 1669-1678)
Alex Molina Arias. Larval development of Hypsophrys nicaraguensis (Pisces:
Cichlidae) under laboratory conditions (Pag. 1679-1684)
Theodore Quarcoopome, Francis Amevenku & Patrick Ofori-Danson. Changes in
the fish community of the Kpong Headpond, lower Volta River, Ghana after 25
years of impoundment (Pag. 1685-1696)
Carla Ferreira Rezende, Rosana Mazzoni, et al. Prey selection by two benthic fish
species in a Mato Grosso stream, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Pag. 1697-1706)
Okechukwu Idumah Okogwu. Age, growth and mortality of Clarias gariepinus
(Siluriformes: Clariidae) in the Mid-Cross River-Floodplain ecosystem, Nigeria
(Pag. 1707-1716)
Pedro Eslava Eljaiek & Roy Díaz Vesga. Reproducción de Joturus pichardi y
Agonostomus monticola (Mugiliformes: Mugilidae) en ríos de la Sierra Nevada de
Santa Marta, Colombia (Pag. 1717-1728)
María Isabel Castro-González & Fernando Pérez-Gil Romo. Composición química
del huevo de Tortuga Golfina Lepidochelys olivacea (Testudines: Cheloniidae) y su
potencial como recurso alimenticio (Pag. 1729-1742)
Oscar Ramirez, Christopher Vaughan, Geovanny Herrera & Raymond Guries.
Temporal and spatial resource use by female three-toed sloths and their young in
an agricultural landscape in Costa Rica (Pag. 1743-1755)
Mariana Delgado-Jaramillo, Marjorie Machado, Franger J. García & José Ochoa.
Murciélagos (Chiroptera: Mammalia) del Parque Nacional Yurubí, Venezuela:
listado taxonómico y estudio comunitario (Pag. 1557-1776)
Adriana Maldonado-Chaparro, Luz Mery Bernal-Parra, et al. Estructura genética
de un grupo de capibaras, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (Rodentia: Hydrocheridae)
en los Llanos orientales colombianos (Pag. 1777-1793)
Adriana Guzmán & Pablo R. Stevenson. A new hypothesis for the importance of
seed dispersal in time (Pag. 1795-1803)
Alfredo García-González & Rolando Pérez Márquez. La comunidad orquideológica
en la Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra del Rosario, Cuba (Pag. 1805-1812)
Jorge Andrés Giraldo Jiménez & Jorge Ignacio del Valle Arango. Estudio del
crecimiento
de
Prioria
copaifera
(Caesalpinaceae)
mediante
técnicas
dendrocronológicas (Pag. 1813-1831)
María del Carmen Lavalle, Adriana Mengascini & Mónica Rodríguez. Morfología de
esporas y sinangios en especies neotropicales del helecho Marattia (Marattiaceae)
(Pag. 1833-1844)
Edgar Javier Rincón Barón, Helkin Giovani Forero Ballesteros, et al. Ontogenia de
los estróbilos, desarrollo de los esporangios y esporogénesis de Equisetum
giganteum (Equisetaceae) en los Andes de Colombia (Pag. 1845-1858)
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Maykel Pérez Machín, Mario L. Sueiro, et al. Uso tradicional de plantas
medicinales con acción diurética en el Municipio de Quemado de Güines, Cuba
(Pag. 1859-1867)
Maurício Bergamini Scheer, Gustavo Gatti & Celina Wisniewski. Nutrient fluxes in
litterfall of a secondary successional alluvial rain forest in Southern Brazil (Pag.
1869-1882)
Juan Diego León, María Isabel González & Juan Fernando Gallardo. Ciclos
biogeoquímicos en bosques naturales y plantaciones de coníferas en ecosistemas
de alta montaña de Colombia (Pag. 1883-1894)
Leonardo Maltchik, Ana Silvia Rolon, et al. Can rice field channels contribute to
biodiversity conservation in Southern Brazilian wetlands? (Pag. 1895-1914)
Clesnan Mendes-Rodrigues, Paulo Eugênio Oliveira & Marli Aparecida Ranal. Seed
germination and seedling growth of two Pseudobombax species (Malvaceae) with
contrasting habitats from Brazilian Cerrado (Pag. 1915-1925)
Kátia Emidio da Silva, Sebastião Venancio Martins, et al. Floristic composition and
similarity of 15 hectares in Central Amazon, Brazil (Pag. 1927-1938)
Marina Wolowski & Leandro Freitas. Reproduction, pollination and seed predation
of Senna multijuga (Fabaceae) in two protected areas in the Brazilian Atlantic
forest (Pag. 1939-1948)
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SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL Vol. 76(4). 2012
John J. Sloan, Peter A. Y. Ampim, et al. Addressing the Need for Soil Blends and
Amendments for the Highly Modified Urban Landscape (Pag. 1133-1141)
Esben W. Bruun, Carsten Petersen, et al. Nitrogen and Carbon Leaching in
Repacked Sandy Soil with Added Fine Particulate Biochar (Pag. 1142-1148)
Davood Namdar-Khojasteh, Mahdi Shorafa and Ahmad Heidari. Estimating Soil
Water Content from Permittivity for Different Mineralogies and Bulk Densities
(Pag. 1149-1158)
W. Wang, A. N. Kravchenko, et al. Intra-aggregate Pore Characteristics: X-ray
Computed Microtomography Analysis (Pag. 1159-1171)
N. Gharahi Ghehi, A. Nemes, et al. Nonparametric Techniques for Predicting Soil
Bulk Density of Tropical Rainforest Topsoils in Rwanda (Pag. 1172-1183)
C. L. Cheng, M. Kang, et al. Average Soil Water Retention Curves Measured by
Neutron Radiography (Pag. 1184-1191)
Sajyro Kossi Nouwakpo and Chi-hua Huang. A Fluidized Bed Technique for
Estimating Soil Critical Shear Stress (Pag. 1192-1196)
Sayjro Kossi Nouwakpo and Chi-hua Huang. The Role of Subsurface Hydrology in
Soil Erosion and Channel Network Development on a Laboratory Hillslope (Pag.
1197-1211)
Vandana Subroy, Daniel Giménez, Daniel Hirmas and Paul Takhistov. On
Determining Soil Aggregate Bulk Density by Displacement in Two Immiscible
Liquids (Pag. 1212-1216)
Ryan D. Stewart, Majdi R. Abou Najm, David E. Rupp and John S. Selker. An
Image-Based Method for Determining Bulk Density and the Soil Shrinkage Curve
(Pag. 1217-1221)
Emanuela Bianchi Janetti, Ishai Dror, et al. Estimation of Single-Metal and
Competitive Sorption Isotherms through Maximum Likelihood and Model Quality
Criteria (Pag. 1229-1245)
Cuiping Wang, Brian J. Teppen, Stephen A. Boyd and Hui Li. Sorption of
Lincomycin at Low Concentrations from Water by Soils (Pag. 1222-1228)
Claudio Colombo, Giuseppe Palumbo, et al. Characteristics of Insoluble, High
Molecular Weight Iron-Humic Substances used as Plant Iron Sources (Pag. 12461256)
Catherine E. Stewart, Ronald F. Follett, et al. Impact of Biosolids and Tillage on
Soil Organic Matter Fractions: Implications of Carbon Saturation for Conservation
Management in the Virginia Coastal Plain (Pag. 1257-1267)
C. F. Drury, W. D. Reynolds, et al. Nitrogen Source, Application Time, and Tillage
Effects on Soil Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Corn Grain Yields (Pag. 1268-1279)
X. D. Wu, L. Zhao, H.B. Fang, et al. Soil Enzyme Activities in Permafrost Regions
of the Western Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (Pag. 1280-1289)
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Leif Nett, Silke Ruppel, et al. Influence of Soil Amendment History on
Decomposition of Recently Applied Organic Amendments (Pag. 1290-1300)
T.M. McBeath, M.J. McLaughlin, J.K. Kirby and R.D. Armstrong. Dry Soil Reduces
Fertilizer Phosphorus and Zinc Diffusion but Not Bioavailability (Pag. 1301-1310)
A. M. Liesch, D. A. Ruiz Diaz, D. B. Mengel and K. L. Roozeboom. Interpreting
Relationships between Soil Variables and Soybean Iron Deficiency using Factor
Analysis (Pag. 1311-1318)
C. Castillo, R. Pérez, et al. Comparing the Accuracy of Several Field Methods for
Measuring Gully Erosion (Pag. 1319-1332)
Steve Thomas, Hayley Waterland, et al. Nitrous Oxide Dynamics in a Deep SoilAlluvial Gravel Vadose Zone Following Nitrate Leaching (Pag. 1333-1346)
Jane M.F. Johnson, Sharon L. Weyers, et al. Nitrous Oxide, Methane Emission,
and Yield-Scaled Emission from Organically and Conventionally Managed Systems
(Pag. 1347-1357)
M. Lado, A. Bar-Tal, et al. Changes in Chemical Properties of Semiarid Soils under
Long-Term Secondary Treated Wastewater Irrigation (Pag. 1358-1369)
R. L. Baumhardt, G. L. Johnson and R. C. Schwartz. Residue and Long-Term
Tillage and Crop Rotation Effects on Simulated Rain Infiltration and Sediment
Transport (Pag. 1370-1378)
Xiao-Lin Sun, Sheng-Chun Wu, et al. Uncertainty Analysis for the Evaluation of
Agricultural Soil Quality Based on Digital Soil Maps (Pag. 1379-1389)
Amber L. Hammerbeck, Sarah J. Stetson, et al. Corn Residue Removal Impact on
Soil Aggregates in a No-Till Corn/Soybean Rotation (Pag. 1390-1398)
Sarah J. Stetson, Shannon L. Osborne, et al. Corn Residue Removal Impact on
Topsoil Organic Carbon in a Corn–Soybean Rotation (Pag. 1399-1406)
Gregory B. Lawrence, Walter C. Shortle, et al. Early Indications of Soil Recovery
from Acidic Deposition in U.S. Red Spruce Forests (Pag. 1407-1417)
Martin Jurgensen, Rachel Tarpey, et al. Long-term Effect of Silvicultural Thinnings
on Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Pools (Pag. 1418-1425)
Noémie Goutal, Pascal Boivin and Jacques Ranger. Assessment of the Natural
Recovery Rate of Soil Specific Volume following Forest Soil Compaction (Pag.
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Timothy I. McLaren, Christopher N. Guppy, et al. Rapid, Nondestructive Total
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