One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Tropical Acacias in East Asia and the Pacific: Proceedings of a first meeting of COGREDA, Phuket, Thailand, 1-3 June, 1992. Bangkok: Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Research, 28-33. Gympie, Australia: Queensland Forestry Research Institute, 46-50. The characteristics of inorganic phosphate influx in non-diazotrophic cyanobacteria indicate that they may be approaching limitation by movement of inorganic phosphate through diffusion boundary layers under well-stirred conditions [111–115], so there is little or no room for improvement here among diazotrophs, especially for colonial forms such as Trichodesmium with their intrinsically thicker diffusion boundary layers [116,117]. In support of this hypothesis, nodules of several legume species, including M. truncatula, Lupinus luteus and Virgilia divaricata, are consistently able to regulate P influx from the host cells, while they readily do not release their own P reserves to other plant organs under P-deficient conditions [15,27,35]. A key to useful Australian acacias for the seasonally dry tropics. Proceedings of an International Workshop, Gympie, Qld., Australia, 4-7 August 1986. FAO/UNDP-MAL/78/009, Forest Research Centre, Sabah, Malaysia Seed Series, No. per year for acacia hybrid was slightly lower than the Acacia mangium superbulk. Hutacharern C, 1992. Acacias are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world, particularly Australia (where they are called wattles) and Africa, where they are well-known landmarks on the veld and savanna. 33. The aim of this study was to identify these Ceratocystis isolates and to investigate their ability to cause disease on two plantation-grown Acacia spp. 16: 157-159. Breeding Technologies for Tropical Acacias. World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 1994. Diseases of tropical acacias. The phyllodes are characterized by four (rarely three or five) main longitudinal nerves, basally confluent but distinct from lower margin, minor nerves strongly anastomosing to form a prominent reticulum (Maslin and McDonald, 1996).Inflorescences, flowers and fruits The Acada P-replete, at a range of pH values (pH 4.0, 5.0, 6.0 and 7.0). Bowen MR; Eusebio TV, 1981. The present study focused on the multiplication and preparation stages of micropropagation and consisted of three experiments. Growth potential of twelve Acacia species on acid soils in Hawaii. The extent of impregnation ratio of precursor to activating agents was fixed at 2:1(w/w). Flowering phenology differs throughout its natural and planted range. Fiji Pine Research Paper, Fiji Pine Commission/Fiji Forestry Department, No. In vivo grafting and in vitro micrografting of Acacia mangium: impact of ortet age. Australian Acacias in Developing Countries. Although most research on photoautotrophic micropropagation has focused on herbaceous species, some woody species, such as coffee (Coffea arabusta) 2, eucalyptus (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) 3, acacia (Acacia mangium) 4 and mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)5 have also benefited from photoautotrophic culture. In: Evans DO; Szott, LT eds. ACIAR Proceedings No. New Guinea vegetation. Forest Ecology and Management, 80(1-3):175-186; 19 ref. Acacia mangium is in subgenus Phyllodinae, a group containing in excess of 900 species (Maslin and McDonald, 1996). 3. Proceedings of the Second meeting of Consultative Group for Research and Development of Acacias (COGREDA). Abstract and Figures Acacia mangium is an evergreen fast-growing tropical tree, which can grow up to 30 m tall and 50 cm thick, under favorable conditions. For cyanobacteria, the possibilities include a higher affinity and/or capacity for inorganic phosphate uptake, the expression of extracellular phosphatases which permit the use of extracellular phosphate esters as a P source by taking up in the inorganic phosphate produced by the phosphatase, and the use of organic phosphonates (with a CP bond rather than the COP bond of phosphate esters) as P source. Category - Dicot. ex Benth. 3. pods, Mean maximum temperature of hottest month (ºC), Mean minimum temperature of coldest month (ºC), number of consecutive months with <40 mm rainfall,             Subphylum: Angiospermae,                 Class: Dicotyledonae,                     Order: Fabales,                         Family: Fabaceae,                             Subfamily: Mimosoideae,                                 Genus: Acacia,                                     Species: Acacia mangium. Photo: L. Atipnnuinpai. Bark in older trees is rough, hard, fissured near the base, greyish-brown to dark brown, inner bark pale brown. 206, 92 pp. Doran JC; Turnbull JW, 1997. In: Evans DO, Szott LT, eds. In: Faridah Hanum I, van der Maesen LJG, eds. FAO-Forestry-Occasional-Paper, No. Since many non-diazotrophic cyanobacteria also produced cyanotoxins, it is possible that this influence of cyanotoxins on expression of extracellular phosphatase is not confined to diazotrophic cyanobacteria. 1983, viii + 92 pp. 5 (2). 1995. In: Turnbull JW, ed. Plant and Soil, 174(1-2):119-141; 94 ref. Introduced A. mangium has been found to be associated with invasion events in Africa, Western Australia, American Samoa, Chuuk (Federated States of Micronesia), Sabah (Malaysia) and Bangladesh (Haysom and Murphy, 2003). What evidence is available suggests that there are no qualitatively diazotrophy-specific P acquisition processes. Khasa PD; Li P; Vallée G; Magnussen S; Bousquet J, 1995. Acacia mangium: a tropical forest tree of the coastal lowlands with low genetic diversity. of ref. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Guzman LC; Lawrence JH; Marler TE, 1997. NS, nonsignificant; **, significant at p ≤ 0.01. Role of symbiotic associations in nutrition of tropical acacias. Extracellular alkaline phosphatase is produced by diazotrophic cyanobacteria such as Trichodesmium and Aphanizomenon, with higher expression levels in more P-deficient colonies [118,119]. 2. flowering twig Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, Maurice McDonald/CSIRO Forestry & Forest Products, Stephen Midgley/CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products, 1. habit of young tree Bon MC; Monteuuis O, 1996. Jointly published with the FAO Forestry Research Support Programme for Asia and the Pacific (FORSPA) and Forest Tree Improvement Project (FORTIP). Muak Lek, Saraburi, Thailand. A recent study in Sumatra investigated crop-raiding by a population of Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii) that had become isolated from natural forest in an agricultural landscape, including oil-palm plantations (Campbell-Smith et al., 2011). In: Turnbull JW, ed. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organisation. Trees with a diameter over 50 cm are rare. In: Booth TH, ed. Abstract. Symbol Key - ACMA12. Farther north the fruits mature earlier with seed available from July in Indonesia, and late September in Papua New Guinea (Skelton, 1987; Turnbull et al., 1983). Tropical legumes: resources for the future. Fisher RF, 1995. The subsistence quota for P on a cell basis is closely similar for growth on the three N sources; on a dry matter basis the order of P quotas would be NO3− > N2 > NH4+ [99]. Preliminary results showed that maximum and minimum DBH for acacia hybrid was 40.9 cm and 13.3 cm, respectively. Journal of Tropical Forest Products, 1(2):113-116; 7 ref. Species and provenance variation of candidate acacias for afforestation of Imperata cylindrica grasslands in South Kalimantan, Indonesia. Proceedings QFRI-IUFRO conference, Caloundra, Queensland, Australia, 27 October-1 November 1996. Research on Acacia mangium in Sabah: a review. MPTS Monograph Series No. Seed plant-diazotrophic bacteria symbioses have carbuncular mycorrhizal (AM) symbionts or cluster roots, both of which aid (in different ways) P acquisition [1]. In: Alien Invasive Species: Fact Sheets. Tropical acacias in East Asia and the Pacific: Proceedings of the first meeting of COGREDA, Phuket, Thailand, 1-3 June, 1992. Micropropagation of Acacia mangium Willd. Fast-growing leguminous trees in Sabah. The observed PUEs on the three N sources (Table 6), with the predictions from P allocation in brackets are, relative to NH4+ at 100%, 68% (93.4%) for NO3− and 71% (85.9%) for N2 as N sources. Wong CY; Haines RJ, 1992. No. Seed supply strategy for a pulpwood plantation project in southern Sumatra. Fresh (FW) and dry weight (DW), and percent of rooting of in vitro acacia plants cultured for 28 days. Four Acacia species for acid soils. A major complication is the effect of plant P content on AM infection and cluster root development. Bulletin of the National Forest Tree Breeding Center, No. : ecology, silviculture and productivity. Allergies/Toxicity: Besides the standard health risks associated with any type of wood dust, no further health reactions have been associated with Mangium. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 34(6):590-591. on ribosome content in vegetative cells and heterocysts, and further experimentation is needed to examine other possible explanations for the lower growth rate with N2 than with combined nitrogen. The status of invasiveness of forest tree species outside their natural habitat: a global review and discussion paper. Orangutans are primarily arboreal creatures, using relatively large territories and mostly feeding on fruits, leaves, and barks originating from hundreds of plant species (Rijksen and Meijaard, 1999). For the lowest phosphate concentration, there is a lower PUE for diazotrophic growth even under P-replete conditions (Table 6). ACIAR Technical Reports No. Borne on very acutely angled, glabrous and stout branchlets, the mature phyllodes of A. mangium are very large, normally 11-27 cm long and 3-10 cm broad. 18-26. Breeding technologies for tropical acacias. ACIAR Proceedings No. ; refs at ends of chapters. Tree Improvement for Sustainable Tropical Forestry. Acacias for Rural, Industrial and Environmental Development. 35, 116-122; 12 ref. Doran JC; Turnbull JW; Boland DJ; Gunn BV, 1983. Jakarta, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), vii + 15 pp. A. flos-aquae grown under phosphorus-replete conditions had PUEs decreasing in the order NH4+ > NO3− > N2, although the two latter values may not be significantly different [99]; see Table 6), i.e. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports, Special Issue, 265-271. Common Name - N/A. Timber trees: minor commercial timbers. Large-scale plantations have already been established in Indonesia and Malaysia for the production of paper pulp. Acacia mangium : studies on the genetic variation in ecological and physiological characteristics of a fast-growing plantation tree species = tutkimuksia nopeakasvuisen viljelypuulajin ekologisten ja fysiologisten tunnusten geneettisestä vaihtelusta The timber hybrid Acacia is of medium dense having specific gravity 0.56 at green condition which is less than that of teak (Tectona grandis). Last Updated on Thu, 26 Oct 2017 | Acacia Mangium Despite the fact that variations in wood properties significantly aflect utilization, studies on provenance variation in terms of wood characteristics … 8 BAB II KAJIAN PUSTAKA 2.1 Deskripsi Akasia (Acacia mangium) Acacia mangium, yang juga dikenal dengan nama akasia adalah salah satu spesies pohon yang cepat tumbuh yang paling banyak digunakan dalam program ilmu kehutanan dan perkebunan di seluruh Asia dan Pasifik. species have the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen and may modify soil chemistry and physics by enabling microorganisms/soil fauna to alter the microhabitat beneath the tree, and such characteristics are significant in the recovery of ecosystems. Pulping properties of tropical acacias. Seed collections of tropical acacias in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Acta Forestalia Fennica, No. They were flaked, grounded and air-dried to moisture content of 12% to 14%. Development of Acacia mangium as a plantation species in Sabah. As an economically viable, agroforestry beneficial and environmentally sustainable bio-energy form, it has the potential to generate heat for thermochemical conversion systems. Keating WG; Bolza E, 1982. Storage of Acacia mangium and A. auriculiformis pollen. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. South-east Asia, Northern Australia and the Pacific. A review of provenance variation in growth of Acacia mangium. 249:51-62; [With extended English summary and captions]; 20 ref. Australian Acacias in Developing Countries. A further aspect of inter-organism interactions in extracellular phosphatase production by diazotrophic cyanobacteria is shown by the regulation of the expression of extracellular phosphatases in the Trichodesmium colony – epibiotic heterotrophic bacteria consortium by quorum sensing [121]. Among the additional information, e.g. Tissue culture of Acacia mangium, Acacia auriculiformis and Acacia hybrid. ; 8 pp. In: Drysdale RM, John SET, Yapa AC, eds. Proceedings International Seminar, 19-21 December 1996, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. In: Gibson GL, Griffin AR, Matheson AC, eds. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports, Special Issue, 32-34. As an exotic, the normal flowering cycle may be disrupted and flowering can occur throughout the year; however, a distinct peak is usually discernible (Awang and Taylor, 1993). Nitrogen fixation and mycorrhizae in acacias on degraded grasslands. Clark NB; Balodis V; Fang GG; Wang JX, 1991. Gympie, Australia: Queensland Forestry Research Institute, 328-332. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, 238:35-44. Proceedings of an International Workshop held in Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia, 1-4 July 1991. as a plantation species in Sabah. However, it must be emphasized that the predictions of the decreased growth rate needs input of further, currently unavailable, data, as well as more data sources to permit statistical analysis of PUE values to supplement the values in Table 6. Recent studies have shown unexpected ecological resilience in orangutans in selectively harvested timber concessions and plantations of Acacia mangium (Ancrenaz et al., 2010; Meijaard et al., 2010). It is able to grow throughout the year if conditions are suitable. Acacia mangium Growing and Utilisation. In this experiment, Acacia mangium wood was physically activated in the presence of CO2 gas at an activation temperature of 500 ºC for 2 h. The total surface area of the activated carbon was found to be 395.91 m 2 /g, 81.06% of which was due to micropores. Kamis Awang; Taylor D; eds, 1993. Zakra N; Domenach AM; Sangare A, 1996. ; Prosea Foundation, Bogor, Indonesia. Insect pests of acacias: an overview. Bangkok, Thailand: Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Research, 81-85. Forest Ecology and Management, 84(1/3):241-249; 32 ref. ACIAR Proceedings No. Mature fruits occur 3-4 months after flowering. A guide for collecting, extracting, cleaning, and storing the seed and for treatment to promote germination of dry-zone acacias. It is well-known that Acacia s.l. Acacia mangiumhas a fragmented natural distribution which stretches from Indonesia (where it occurs on the islands of Sula. Food and Agriculture Organization: Forest genetic resources information No. However, there seem to be no substantial data sets on P acquisition in plants with and without arbiscular mycorrhizas with and without diazotrophic symbionts, and similarly for diazotrophic symbiont–cluster root interactions. Bhaskar P; Subhash K, 1996. The seeds had been collected from trees of five different provenances. Prin Y; Galiana A; Ducousso M; Dupuy B; Lajudie Pde; Neyra M, 1993. In: Dieters MJ, Matheson AC, Nikles DG, Harwood CE, Walker SM, eds. ACIAR Proceedings No. Acacia mangium response to nitrogen and phosphorous in the Philippines. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 4(1-2):119-130; 15 ref. Handbook No. Braza RD, 1995. 3. A number of studies demonstrated that nodules were less affected by P deficiency and responded more slowly than roots to P deficiency [22,24]. In: Rimbawanto A, Widyatmoko AYPBC, Suhaendi H, Furukoshi T, eds. Fuelwood plantations and the Fijian village community. Characteristics, properties and uses of timbers. Overview of acacia research in Sabah. The low PUE value for filaments growing on NO3− relates in part to the lower dry weight per cell than for cells grown on the other two N sources; the cell-based specific growth rate is similar for the two combined N forms, while the rate with N2 is lower. Insect pests of Acacia mangium sawn timber. Overall, there are no qualitative P acquisition differences between non-diazotropic and diazotrophic cyanobacteria [108]. In: Awang K, Taylor DA, eds. Hutacharern C, 1993. Acacia mangium Growing and Utilisation. The whitish (or cream) flowers are in rather loose spikes 5-12 cm long on peduncles 0.6-1 cm long, singly or in pairs in the upper axils. The glossy and smooth surface finish after polishing leads also to a potential for making export-oriented parquet flooring tiles and artifacts. Yan H; Booth TH; Zuo H, 1996. It was estimated that at least a couple of hundred individuals were using the oil-palm landscape at the time of the surveys. 2010). Buford Briscoe C, 1995. 37, 112-114. Lemmens RHMJ; Soerianegara I; Wong WC, eds. Carron LT; Aken KM eds, 1992. Distribution and ecology of Papua New Guinea acacias. Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO. Land resources of the Morehead-Kiunga area, Territory of Papua and New Guinea. There seem to have been no investigations of the situation in the consortia of the non-diazotrophic colonial freshwater cyanobacterium Gomphosphaeria or Microcystis with heterotrophic bacteria. Udorn Thani, Thailand: Winrock International and FAO, 144-152. Recent developments in improvement strategy for tropical tree species. Moncur MW; Kleinschmidt G; Somerville D, 1991. Nguyen Hoang Nghia; Le Dinh Kha, 1996. Doran JC; Gunn BV, 1987. In: Awang K, Taylor D, eds. Rhizobia of Acacia spp. Kiang T; Jeng CY; Fuh-Jiunn P; Fuh-Jing M, 1989. This lack of P limitation was shown explicitly [96] by growing Trifolium repens in flowing nutrient solutions on NO3− or diazotrophically under a range of phosphate concentrations (0.32–8.0 mmol m−3); even the lowest external phosphate concentration failed to decrease the growth rate, although there was approximately a doubling of the P content of the plants at the highest relative to the lowest phosphate concentration for growth. Plant Resources of South-East Asia No 11. Plant Resources of South-East Asia No 11. Provenance trial of Acacia mangium and Acacia crassiocarpa in Riau Province, Indonesia. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. 655 pp. Advances in Tropical Acacia Research. USDA Plant Characteristics. The subsistence quota of P on a dry matter basis is higher for organisms grown on N2 than for those grown on the two combined N sources [87]; see legend to Table 6. properties and drying characteristics of Acacia mangium. Tree Improvement for Sustainable Tropical Forestry. Canberra, Australia: Australian National University Press. In: Turnbull JW ed. Haysom K; Murphy S, 2003. plantation on Imperata cylindrica (L.) Beauv. Rooting Acacia mangium cuttings: effects of age, within-shoot position and auxin treatment. agents on the characteristics, composition, and surface morphology of the designed activated carbons. 10:187-192; [refs. In: Turnbull JW, ed. Advances in Tropical Acacia Research. 10, 177-186. Trials of Acacia mangium Willd. Turnbull JW, Awang K, 1997. Auxiliary plants. Grain/Texture: No data available. Proceedings of an International Workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, 27-30 March 1995. Treatments to promote seed germination in Australian acacias. Proceedings International Seminar, 19-21 December 1996, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Effects of the presence (30 g 1- 1) or absence of sugar and growth regulator (IBA, 1 mg 1- 1) in the medium, number of air exchanges of the culture vessel (0.6 or 6.7 h- 1), CO2 concentration in the culture room (400 or 1500 μmol mol- 1) and types of supporting materials (agar or Florialite) on the growth in vitro and survival percentage ex vitro of acacia plants under photosynthetic photon flux of 150 μmol m- 2 s- 1 were examined. Ceram and Aru) to Iriyan Jaya. Management of biological N2 fixation in alley cropping systems: estimation and contribution to N balance. 29, 19-45. The aim of this study was to observe the effects of alkaline activating agents on the characteristics, composition, and surface morphology of the designed activated carbons. iii + 19 pp. : biodiversity and taxonomy. Sustainable animal production and the environment. In 2008 in Kalimantan, oil palm threatened 750,000 ha of orangutan forest, representing 5.5% of the Bornean orangutan distribution (Venter et al., 2009). Pedley L, 1975. Turnbull JW; Skelton DJ; Subagyono M; Hardiyanto EB, 1983. Species of Ceratocystis are well-known wound related pathogens of many tree species, including commercially planted Acacia spp. http://www.institutohorus.br/inf_fichas_eng. Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Research Reports, 2: 24-26. Acacia mangium trees have been planted extensively because of their rapid growth, ability to adapt to soil with low fertility Logan AF, 1987. Aphanizomenon could benefit from the inorganic phosphate produced by eukaryotic phytoplankton under P-deficient conditions; the cyanobacterium only expresses its own extracellular phosphatase under severe P deficiency [118]. Gympie: Queensland Forestry Research Institute, 467-471. Pinhole beetle infestation of Acacia mangium logs. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. ACIAR Proceedings No. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. In: Rimbawanto A, Widyatmoko AYPBC, Suhaendi H, Furukoshi T, eds. The buffer capacity of the sago bark and Acacia mangium were acidic at pH 5.81 and 5.75. Razali AK; Hamami SM, 1992. Forest Ecology and Management, 73(1-3):271-277; 27 ref. the unicellular diazotrophs, diazotroph-diatom associations usually involving the heterocystous cyanobacterium Richelia, and the filamentous non-heterocystous Trichodesmium [106–110], do not permit comparison of the PUE of diazotrophic and non-diazotrophic growth. Aerial surveys in eastern Sabah, Malaysian Borneo (M. Ancrenaz, unpublished data), identified large numbers of orangutan nests in oil-palm plantations, especially in small forest patches within the oil-palm matrix. Commercial planting of A. mangium in other Asian countries such as China, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam is increasing (Awang and Taylor, 1993). 2.2 Morphological characteristics The Acacia hybrid is a medium-sized tree that is similar in appearance to Acacia mangium. Krisnawati H; Kallio MH; Kanninen M, 2011. In: Awang K, Taylor DA, eds. A. mangium is a large tree, to 30 m tall, with a straight bole, which may be over half the total tree height. Poupard C; Chauviere M; Monteuuis O, 1994. Otsamo AO; Nikles DG; Vuokko RHO, 1996. Appita Journal. Reproductive biology and interspecific hybridisation of Acacia mangium and Acacia auriculiformis A. Cunn. Effect of provenance variation and singling and pruning on early growth of Acacia mangium Willd. Monteuuis O, 1995. 3. Proceedings of a First meeting of COGREDA held in Phuket, Thailand. As long as oil palm does not offer a food resource to orangutans and forest fragments within the oil palm are small, degraded, and few, it is doubtful that an oil-palm landscape can sustain a viable resident orangutan population in the long-term. There was a delay of 20 and 25 days in the decline of P in nodules compared with other tissues of yellow lupin (L. luteus) and blue lupin (Lupinus angustifolius), respectively, after the onset of P starvation [27,34]. The bark surface is rough, furrowed longitudinally, and varies in colour from pale grey-brown to brown. Australian acacias for pulpwood. ASEAN-Canada Forest Tree Seed Centre. Expt. Tropical Plantation Establishment: Improving Productivity through Genetic Practices. Vegetative propagation of Acacia mangium X Acacia auriculiformis. Expt. In: Leucaena Research in the Asian-Pacific Region. Proceedings of an International Workshop, Gympie, Qld., Australia, 4-7 August 1986. 2 investigated the viability of two-leafed nodal cuttings as explants and the effects of photosynthetic photon flux (PPF) and CO2 concentration on the photoautotrophic growth of plantlets. Forest Genetic Resources Information, FAO, No. The tree is capable of reaching a height of 8–10 m and a diameter at breast height of 7.5–9.0 cm within 2 years. Bell TIW; Evo T, 1983. 11, 47-53; 1 pl. The physical and mechanical properties of hybrid Acacia, produced from natural crossing between two introduced timber species (Acacia auriculiformis and Acacia mangium) were studied. In: Ladha JK, Peoples MB, eds. Sim BL, 1992. General MPTS Monograph Series No. Proceedings of an International Workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, 11-15 February 1991. Wood properties of the hybrid have been reported for their physical and chemical characteristics, but the fiber characteristics have not been investigated. ACIAR Proceedings Series Canberra, Australia; Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, No. Although P-starved legumes have much less soluble P in different plant organs than fully nourished plants, the P concentration was notably higher in the nodules than in any other organs of P-stressed plants and can reach up to three-fold higher, as evidenced in P-deficient barrel medic [11,31], common bean [24], alfalfa (Medicago sativa) [26,31], soybean [32], white lupin (Lupinus albus) [7] and black wattle (Acacia mangium) [33]. The role of acacia and eucalypt plantations for honey production. Studies on natural hybrids of Acacia mangium and A. auriculiformis in Vietnam. 35:13-19. dela Cruz RE; Umali-Garcia M, 1992. Kijkar S, 1992. ACIAR Proceedings No. The Vegetation of the Humid Tropical Region. Pedley L, 1986. Positive results of coconut/acacia intercropping for nitrogen, potassium and magnesium restoration. Butcher PA; Moran GF; Perkins HD, 1996. Acacia auriculiformis A. Cunn. ; 18 pl. ACIAR-Monograph, No. In a subsequent experiment [97] T. repens was grown in flowing nutrient solutions on NO3− or diazotrophically with 3 mmol phosphate m−3, i.e. More experimentation is needed which compares the PUE on the different N sources under both P-saturating and P-limiting conditions, with robust statistical design and analysis. Proceedings of an International Workshop, Gympie, Qld., Australia, 4-7 August 1986. F2 suggests a greater influence of Plate 3.1. In: Carron LT, Aken KM, eds. New insect pests of Acacia mangium in the Philippines. CSIRO Land Research Series No. ; 18 ref. Yogyakarta: Forest Tree Improvement Research and Development Institute, II 1-21. Tuen AA, 1994. Booth TH; ed, 1996. In: Turnbull JW, ed. Jakarta: Center for International Forestry Research. 35:123-127; 18 ref. The average DBH for acacia hybrid was 25.8 cm and Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. These orangutans are “connectors” in fragmented metapopulations, and oil palm could therefore have some benefits in maintaining overall connectivity. Table 1. The distance from the pith of the boundary between juvenile and mature wood was also examined to clarify the maturity of the wood. Proceedings of an International Workshop , Subanjeriji (South Sumatra), 28 April - 3 May 1996. One report focuses on management and the avoidance of human–orangutan conflict in oil-palm areas (Yuwono et al., 2007), but it does not clarify how orangutans are affected. Atipanumpai L, 1989. In Drysdale RM, John SET, Yapa AC, eds. possibly consistent with optimal allocation of P. Although this work [99] also used phosphorus-limiting growth conditions, the lack of cell carbon content data mean that it is not possible to estimate the rate of dry matter increase and hence the PUE. Early evaluation of Racosperma auriculiforme and R. mangium provenance trials on four sites in Zaire. ACIAR Proceedings No. Effect of site preparation and initial fertilization on the establishment and growth of four plantation tree species used in reforestation of Imperata cylindrica (L.) Beauv. Saad Sulieman, Lam-Son Phan Tran, in Plant Science, 2015. Chemical composition and rumen degradability of forages and browse for goats and sheep in Sarawak. Their hybrid shows intermediate values, but the fact that they increase from F1 to. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. Maslin BR, 1995. Turvey ND, 1995. Tropical Plantation Establishment: Improving Productivity through Genetic Practices. Acacia mangium: growing and utilization. Alien Invasive Species: Fact Sheets., Brazil. Proceedings of an International Workshop, Gympie, Qld., Australia, 4-7 August 1986. Heterophyllum. 12, 2-15; 15 ref. Jones N, 1983. Acacia mangium seed collections for international provenance trials. The species also has potential in parts of Africa and Central and South America. Bois et Fore^circumflex~ts des Tropiques, No. Bangkok, Thailand: Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Research, 86-91. Oxford, UK: Oxford Forestry Institute and Winrock International, 392-393. CAB Abstracts Data Mining., CABI, Undated. through nodal bud culture. Nitrogen fixation in Acacia mangium plantations. Breeding Technologies for Tropical Acacias. 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