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Seedling diversity and spatially related regenaration dynamics in holly woodlands and surrounding habitats

S. Arrieta, F. Suárez
2001 Web Ecology  
The open holly woodland and the adjacent non-holly woodlands show intermediate diversity values.  ...  open holly woodlands ( Table 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.5194/we-2-38-2001 fatcat:el7rw6i7abhlljv37docziago4

Spatiotemporal variation in deer browse and tolerance in a woodland herb

Holly R. Prendeville, Janet C. Steven, Laura F. Galloway
2015 Ecology  
Habitats of C. americanum have well-drained, moist soil and include deciduous forest, limestone outcroppings, and riparian woodland.  ... 
doi:10.1890/14-0653.1 pmid:26240868 fatcat:gglds7ot2nh6dpmngslt7pkbwy

Elephants and Fire as Causes of Multiple Stable States in the Serengeti-Mara Woodlands

Holly T. Dublin, A.R.E. Sinclair, J. McGlade
1990 Journal of Animal Ecology  
Journal of Animal Ecology (1990), 59, 1147-1164 ELEPHANTS AND FIRE AS CAUSES OF MULTIPLE STABLE STATES IN THE SERENGETI-MARA WOODLANDS By HOLLY T. DUBLIN*{, A.R.E SINCLAIR* anp J.  ...  We examine these predictions for two stable states in the woodlands of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem in East Africa. (2) Woodlands in natural areas of savannah Africa have declined over the past 30 years  ... 
doi:10.2307/5037 fatcat:xsjzshqnm5hrbjckqinfy2dzqu

Breeding Birds of Mature Woodlands of Point Pelee National Park Prior to Infestation by Emerald Ash Borer, Agrilus planipennis

Holly D. Dodds, Gard W. Otis
2009 Canadian field-naturalist  
This project was made possible by funding provided by the Gosling Foundation and a National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada USRA award to Holly Dodds.  ...  Walking routes followed previously existing woodland trails maintained by the park, where possible, and temporary foot-trails that we created.  ...  The South Plot (northwest corner: NAD83 Zone 17, 41.93659544, -82.51175531), located in the western segment of the Woodland Nature Trail, measured~320 m × 120 m (3.84 ha).  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v123i2.686 fatcat:2nscuc5z7bajfmg3cdwg465uqe

Tree community structure and recruitment dynamics in savanna woodlands
English

Bhola Nina, O. Ogutu Joseph, T. Dublin Holly, Van der Plas Fons, Piepho Hans-Peter, Olff Han
2020 International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation  
Climate, fire and herbivory rank among the key factors and processes shaping savanna woodland community composition and diversity.  ...  We analyzed recruitment dynamics, community biomass, diversity, stability and composition and their relationships with rainfall fluctuations and herbivory in a savanna woodland community in the Masai Mara  ...  the woodlands to support rare, stress-sensitive species.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ijbc2019.1341 fatcat:lghj6eqlmfdw7njzhap2sq4wwa

The long road to protecting critical habitat for species at risk: The case of southern mountain woodland caribou

Eric C. Palm, Shaun Fluker, Holly K. Nesbitt, Aerin L. Jacob, Mark Hebblewhite
2020 Conservation Science and Practice  
Next, we use the declining southern mountain population of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in British Columbia, Canada as a case study to show that identification of critical habitat does  ...  Palm https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5330-4804 Shaun Fluker https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5146-8496 Holly K. Nesbitt https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4455-7607 Aerin L.  ...  | SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN CARIBOU CASE STUDY | Southern mountain caribou status Woodland caribou are a subspecies of caribou that live in the boreal forests and mountains across Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1111/csp2.219 fatcat:vvgvtcq3vbblfj57vqkpqft4ki

Small mammal responses to long‐term large‐scale woodland creation: the influence of local and landscape‐level attributes

Elisa Fuentes‐Montemayor, Mark Ferryman, Kevin Watts, Nicholas A. Macgregor, Natasha Hambly, Stephen Brennan, Ruth Coxon, Holly Langridge, Kirsty J. Park
2019 Ecological Applications  
Woodland specialists, generalists, and grassland specialists were present in woodlands across a range of ages from 10 to 160 yr, demonstrating that these species can quickly colonize newly created woodlands  ...  had strong negative effects on woodland species abundance.  ...  woodland affinity.  ... 
doi:10.1002/eap.2028 pmid:31670888 pmcid:PMC7079043 fatcat:uiwsgc6xkfcjlh3omnxlb4c6dy

GEN3VA: aggregation and analysis of gene expression signatures from related studies

Gregory W. Gundersen, Kathleen M. Jagodnik, Holly Woodland, Nicholas F. Fernandez, Kevin Sani, Anders B. Dohlman, Peter Man-Un Ung, Caroline D. Monteiro, Avner Schlessinger, Avi Ma'ayan
2016 BMC Bioinformatics  
Genome-wide gene expression profiling of mammalian cells is becoming a staple of many published biomedical and biological research studies. Such data is deposited into data repositories such as the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) for potential reuse. However, these repositories currently do not provide simple interfaces to systematically analyze collections of related studies. Results: Here we present GENE Expression and Enrichment Vector Analyzer (GEN3VA), a web-based system that enables the
more » ... grative analysis of aggregated collections of tagged gene expression signatures identified and extracted from GEO. Each tagged collection of signatures is presented in a report that consists of heatmaps of the differentially expressed genes; principal component analysis of all signatures; enrichment analysis with several gene set libraries across all signatures, which we term enrichment vector analysis; and global mapping of small molecules that are predicted to reverse or mimic each signature in the aggregate. We demonstrate how GEN3VA can be used to identify common molecular mechanisms of aging by analyzing tagged signatures from 244 studies that compared young vs. old tissues in mammalian systems. In a second case study, we collected 86 signatures from treatment of human cells with dexamethasone, a glucocorticoid receptor (GR) agonist. Our analysis confirms consensus GR target genes and predicts potential drug mimickers. Conclusions: GEN3VA can be used to identify, aggregate, and analyze themed collections of gene expression signatures from diverse but related studies. Such integrative analyses can be used to address concerns about data reproducibility, confirm results across labs, and discover new collective knowledge by data reuse. GEN3VA is an open-source web-based system that is freely available at: http://amp.pharm.mssm.edu/gen3va.
doi:10.1186/s12859-016-1321-1 pmid:27846806 pmcid:PMC5111283 fatcat:vlfpektbkfgtbnds2hafvwqd7a

Decline of the Mara woodlands : the role of fire and elephants

Holly T. Dublin
1986
By the 1930s, the area was covered by dense woodland. These woodlands began a steady decline several decades later.  ...  The area has experienced a transformation from open grassland to dense woodlands and back.  ...  By the 1930s, the area was covered by dense woodland. These woodlands began a steady decline several decades later.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0097282 fatcat:hdviufc3ebdvllz7eblcdb7tve

Page 706 of The American Midland Naturalist Vol. 47, Issue 3 [page]

1952 The American Midland Naturalist  
In a number of places, the live oaks form an open woodland, with interspersed pine, holly and bay trees.  ...  The dominant elements in this woodland cover are the live oak (Quercus virginiana), the red cedar (Juniperus virginiana), ard the yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) (fig. 10 lower and 12 upper).  ... 

Page 101 of The Journal of Animal Ecology Vol. 71, Issue 1 [page]

2002 The Journal of Animal Ecology  
Throughout its range, holly occurs naturally pre- dominantly as a subordinate or understorey plant of deciduous woodland.  ...  typically support higher mine densities than those in deciduous woodland (Brewer, unpublished data).  ... 

Page 599 of Guernsey Breeders' Journal Vol. 38, Issue 8 [page]

1930 Guernsey Breeders' Journal  
Fat, Class AA Dam: Raider’s Nancy of Woodland 217093 9200.3 lbs. Milk, 493.1 lbs. Fat, Class G Woodland Farms Monroe, Mich.  ...  Record at Holly Farm Holly Farm Rita 225660 11199.1 lbs. milk, 701.6 lbs. fat in class F, Unofficial Due to the rapid growth in our herd we are able to offer foundation cows and heifers and a few choice  ... 

Page 84 of The Journal of Animal Ecology Vol. 72, Issue 1 [page]

2003 The Journal of Animal Ecology  
Throughout its range, holly occurs naturally pre- dominantly as a subordinate or understorey plant of deciduous woodland.  ...  typically support higher mine densities than those in deciduous woodland (Brewer 2000).  ... 

Page 370 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 24, Issue 2 [page]

1987 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
and has an understorey of holly {Ilex aquifolium); there is little or no ground cover under the closed canopy.  ...  Woodland glades are dominated by Agrostis capillaris. (2) Coniferous woodland is mainly of Scots pine {Pinus sylvestris) and Douglas fir {Pseudotsuga menziesii).  ... 

Page 370 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 24, Issue 2 [page]

1987 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
and has an understorey of holly (Ilex aquifolium)\ there is little or no ground cover under the closed canopy.  ...  Woodland glades are dominated by Agrostis capillaris. (2) Coniferous woodland is mainly of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii).  ... 
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