Eucalyptus regnans

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Synonyms for Eucalyptus regnans

tree having wood similar to the alpine ash

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In recent times, old growth (>120 years old) Mountain Ash Eucalyptus regnans forest has been recognised for its importance in the provision of ecosystem services such as water catchment management (Vertessy et al.
Ashton DH (1975) The root and shoot development of Eucalyptus regnans F.
Wildfires are common in dry and arid environments such as Australia, but Eucalyptus regnans has evolved a unique dependency on fire for regeneration.
The proposed full factorial experimental design framework has been successfully implemented in a detailed study of the mechanical behavior of Eucalyptus regnans during bending for industrial applications (Fig.
Investigation into the mechanical behaviour of Eucalyptus regnans during microwave bending.
Reduction in levels of inbreeding in a seed orchard of Eucalyptus regnans F.
Mating design for the production of naturally open-pollinated (op), controlled self- (s), and outcross (x) progenies from 13 different Eucalyptus regnans parents (1-13) sampled from two populations (Narracan and Thorpdale).
Eucalyptus regnans trees with more seed per OP capsule tend to be more self-fertile and have lower outcrossing rates (Griffin et al.
Gymnobelideus leadbeateri typically is found in montane wet forest with mountain ash Eucalyptus regnans as the canopy species at elevations between 400 and 1200 m (Lindenmayer et al.
This is due to the damp and humid resilience of the rainforest and the adjacent Eucalyptus regnans F.
The strength characteristics of regrowth Eucalyptus regnans were investigated by Kloot (1957).
In March 2012, as part of an ongoing project to document Victoria's largest trees (Mifsud 2003), a Mountain Ash Eucalyptus regnans 73 m in height and 245.
Ashton DH (1975) Te root and shoot development of Eucalyptus regnans F.
Treated and untreated Eucalyptus regnans sapwood specimens were exposed horizontally belowground to a range of economically important species of subterranean termites and wood-rotting fungi at three test sites in Australia.
Specimens (25 by 50 by 300 mm long) were cut from the sapwood of a single Eucalyptus regnans F.