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Spatial genetic structure in American black bears (Ursus americanus): female philopatry is variable and related to population history.

Thea V Kristensen, Emily E Puckett, Erin L Landguth, Jerrold L Belant, John T Hast, Colin Carpenter, Jaime L Sajecki, Jeff Beringer, Myron Means, John J Cox, Lori S Eggert, Don White, Kimberly G Smith,

Previously, American black bears (Ursus americanus) were thought to follow the pattern of female philopatry and male-biased dispersal. However, recent studies have identified deviations from this pattern. Such flexibility in dispersal patterns can allow individuals greater ability to acclimate to changing environments. We explored dispersal and spatial genetic relatedness patterns ... Read more >>

Heredity (Edinb) (Heredity)
[2018, 120(4):329-341]

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Wood production per evapotranspiration was increased by irrigation in plantations of Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens

Don A White, Christopher L Beadle, Dale Worledge, John L Honeysett,

Wood volume growth per unit evapotranspiration was calculated from water balance and growth measurements in irrigated and water-limited Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens plantations in the 3rd, 4th and 5th year of growth. Wood volume growth per unit evapotranspiration (plantation water productivity) was increased by irrigation for both species in ... Read more >>

New For (Dordr) (New forests)
[2016, 47(2):303-317]

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Avian community composition associated with interactions between local and landscape habitat attributes

Andrew J Kroll, Don White, Jack Giovanini, Jay E. Jones, Roger W. Perry, Ronald E. Thill, T. Bently Wigley, You Ren,

As human demand for ecosystem products increases, managers of landscapes used for commodity production require information about effects of management regimes on biological diversity. Landscape attributes, however, may moderate ecological responses to local-scale conservation and management actions. As a result, uniform application of local management prescriptions may yield variable biodiversity ... Read more >>

For. Ecol. Manage. (Forest ecology and management)
[2014, 326:46-57]

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Influence of drift and admixture on population structure of American black bears (Ursus americanus) in the Central Interior Highlands, USA, 50 years after translocation.

Emily E Puckett, Thea V Kristensen, Clay M Wilton, Sara B Lyda, Karen V Noyce, Paula M Holahan, David M Leslie, Jeff Beringer, Jerrold L Belant, Don White, Lori S Eggert,

Bottlenecks, founder events, and genetic drift often result in decreased genetic diversity and increased population differentiation. These events may follow abundance declines due to natural or anthropogenic perturbations, where translocations may be an effective conservation strategy to increase population size. American black bears (Ursus americanus) were nearly extirpated from the ... Read more >>

Mol. Ecol. (Molecular ecology)
[2014, 23(10):2414-2427]

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Transpiration and hydraulic traits of old and regrowth eucalypt forest in southwestern Australia

Macfarlane, Bond, White, Grigg, Ogden, Silberstein,

We tested the hypothesis that overstorey of eucalypt forest dominated by tall, large diameter trees uses less water than regrowth stands in the high rainfall zone (>1100mmyear⁻¹) of the northern jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest in southwestern Australia. We measured leaf area, cover, sapwood area and sapwood density at three paired ... Read more >>

For. Ecol. Manage. (Forest ecology and management)
[2010, 260(1):96-105]

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Managing productivity and drought risk in Eucalyptus globulus plantations in south-western Australia

White, Crombie, Kinal, Battaglia, McGrath, Mendham, Walker,

More than 2.5millionha of Eucalyptus globulus are now planted across the globe including approximately 500000ha in southern Australia. In this region average annual rainfall has declined since 1960 and this trend is predicted to continue in the coming decades. E. globulus is a premium species for paper manufacture and grows ... Read more >>

For. Ecol. Manage. (Forest ecology and management)
[2009, 259(1):33-44]

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A comparison of growth, photosynthetic capacity and water stress in Eucalyptus globulus coppice regrowth and seedlings during early development.

Paul L Drake, Daniel S Mendham, Don A White, Gary N Ogden,

Eucalyptus globulus Labill., a globally significant plantation species, is grown commercially in a multiple rotation framework. Second and subsequent crops of E. globulus may be established either by allowing the cut stumps to resprout (commonly referred to as coppice) or by replanting a new crop of seedlings. Currently, long-term growth ... Read more >>

Tree Physiol. (Tree physiology)
[2009, 29(5):663-674]

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Surfactive and antibacterial activity of cetylpyridinium chloride formulations in vitro and in vivo.

Henk J Busscher, Don J White, Jelly Atema-Smit, Gesinda Geertsema-Doornbusch, Joop de Vries, Henny C van der Mei,

AIM: To compare effects of three cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) formulations with and without alcohol and Tween80 on physico-chemical properties of salivary pellicles, bacterial detachment in vitro and bacterial killing in vivo. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Adsorption of CPC to salivary pellicles in vitro was studied using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and water ... Read more >>

J. Clin. Periodontol. (Journal of clinical periodontology)
[2008, 35(6):547-554]

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Global decomposition experiment shows soil animal impacts on decomposition are climate-dependent

DIANA H WALL, MARK A BRADFORD, MARK G ST. JOHN, JOHN A TROFYMOW, VALERIE BEHAN-PELLETIER, DAVID E BIGNELL, J MARK DANGERFIELD, WILLIAM J PARTON, JOSEF RUSEK, WINFRIED VOIGT, VOLKMAR WOLTERS, HOLLEY ZADEH GARDEL, FRED O AYUKE, RICHARD BASHFORD, OLGA I BELJAKOVA, PATRICK J BOHLEN, ALAIN BRAUMAN, STEPHEN FLEMMING, JOH R HENSCHEL, DAN L JOHNSON, T HEFIN JONES, MARCELA KOVAROVA, J MARTY KRANABETTER, LES KUTNY, KUO-CHUAN LIN, MOHAMED MARYATI, DOMINIQUE MASSE, ANDREI POKARZHEVSKII, HOMATHEVI RAHMAN, MILLOR G SABARÁ, JOERG-ALFRED SALAMON, MICHAEL J SWIFT, AMANDA VARELA, HERALDO L VASCONCELOS, DON WHITE, XIAOMING ZOU,

Climate and litter quality are primary drivers of terrestrial decomposition and, based on evidence from multisite experiments at regional and global scales, are universally factored into global decomposition models. In contrast, soil animals are considered key regulators of decomposition at local scales but their role at larger scales is unresolved. ... Read more >>

(Global change biology.)
[2008, 14(11):2661-2677]

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Global decomposition experiment shows soil animal impacts on decomposition are climate-dependent.

WALL, BRADFORD, ST JOHN, TROFYMOW, BEHAN-PELLETIER, BIGNELL, DANGERFIELD, PARTON, RUSEK, VOIGT, WOLTERS, GARDEL, AYUKE, BASHFORD, BELJAKOVA, BOHLEN, BRAUMAN, FLEMMING, HENSCHEL, JOHNSON, JONES, KOVAROVA, KRANABETTER, KUTNY, LIN, MARYATI, MASSE, POKARZHEVSKII, RAHMAN, SABARÁ, SALAMON, SWIFT, VARELA, VASCONCELOS, WHITE, ZOU,

Climate and litter quality are primary drivers of terrestrial decomposition and, based on evidence from multisite experiments at regional and global scales, are universally factored into global decomposition models. In contrast, soil animals are considered key regulators of decomposition at local scales but their role at larger scales is unresolved. ... Read more >>

(Global change biology.)
[2008, 14(11):2661-2677]

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Projected long-term response of Southeastern birds to forest management

Mitchell, Reynolds-Hogland, Smith, Wood, Beebe, Keyser, Loehle, Reynolds, Van Deusen, White,

Numerous studies have explored the influence of forest management on avian communities empirically, but uncertainty about causal relationships between landscape patterns and temporal dynamics of bird communities calls into question how observed historical patterns can be projected into the future, particularly to assess consequences of differing management alternatives. We used ... Read more >>

For. Ecol. Manage. (Forest ecology and management)
[2008, 256(11):1884-1896]

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Relationships among resistances to fusarium and Aspergillus ear rots and contamination by fumonisin and aflatoxin in maize.

Leilani A Robertson-Hoyt, Javier Betrán, Gary A Payne, Don G White, Thomas Isakeit, Chris M Maragos, Terence L Molnár, James B Holland,

ABSTRACT Fusarium verticillioides, F. proliferatum, and Aspergillus flavus cause ear rots of maize and contaminate the grain with mycotoxins (fumonisin or aflatoxin). The objective of this study was to investigate the relationships between resistance to Fusarium and Aspergillus ear rots and fumonisin and aflatoxin contamination. Based on a previous study ... Read more >>

Phytopathology (Phytopathology)
[2007, 97(3):311-317]

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Efficacy and mechanisms of non-antibacterial, chemical plaque control by dentifrices--an in vitro study.

Henk J Busscher, Don J White, Jelly Atema-Smit, Henny C van der Mei,

The provision of antiplaque benefits to dentifrices assists patients in improving hygiene and reducing susceptibility to gingivitis and caries. Chemical plaque control involves different mechanisms and is mostly associated with antibacterial effects, but also includes effects on pellicle surface chemistry to improve cleansing or discourage renewed plaque formation. It is ... Read more >>

J Dent (Journal of dentistry)
[2007, 35(4):294-301]

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Adoptive cell transfer therapy following non-myeloablative but lymphodepleting chemotherapy for the treatment of patients with refractory metastatic melanoma.

Mark E Dudley, John R Wunderlich, James C Yang, Richard M Sherry, Suzanne L Topalian, Nicholas P Restifo, Richard E Royal, Udai Kammula, Don E White, Sharon A Mavroukakis, Linda J Rogers, Gerald J Gracia, Stephanie A Jones, David P Mangiameli, Michelle M Pelletier, Juan Gea-Banacloche, Michael R Robinson, David M Berman, Armando C Filie, Andrea Abati, Steven A Rosenberg,

We investigated the combination of lymphodepleting chemotherapy followed by the adoptive transfer of autologous tumor reactive lymphocytes for the treatment of patients with refractory metastatic melanoma.Thirty-five patients with metastatic melanoma, all but one with disease refractory to treatment with high-dose interleukin (IL) -2 and many with progressive disease after chemotherapy, ... Read more >>

J. Clin. Oncol. (Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology)
[2005, 23(10):2346-2357]

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On the wettability of soft tissues in the human oral cavity.

Henny C van der Mei, Don J White, Henk J Busscher,

In this study, the wettability of gingival surfaces in the human oral cavity was assessed by the measurement of intra-oral water contact angles. Intra-oral water contacts angles were measured in the morning prior to tooth brushing, immediately after tooth brushing and prior to and after lunch in order to reveal ... Read more >>

Arch. Oral Biol. (Archives of oral biology)
[2004, 49(8):671-673]

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Leaf water relations and stomatal behavior of four allopatric Eucalyptus species planted in Mediterranean southwestern Australia.

Don A. White, Neil C. Turner, Jeffrey H. Galbraith,

In 1986, four allopatric Eucalyptus species (E. camaldulensis Dehnh, E. saligna Smith, E. leucoxylon F. Muell and E. platypus Hook.) were planted together in a 480-mm rainfall zone, in 8-m wide contour belts as part of a plan to minimize waterlogging and secondary salinization. Throughout 1997, 1998 and 1999, there ... Read more >>

Tree Physiol. (Tree physiology)
[2000, 20(17):1157-1165]

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Tree roots: conduits for deep recharge of soil water.

Stephen S O Burgess, Mark A Adams, Mark A Adams, Neil C Turner, Don A White, Chin K Ong,

In previous work, we provided evidence from sap flow measurements that when root systems span soil layers of different moisture content, water is redistributed by roots in the direction of the difference in water potential. In addition to the phenomenon termed "hydraulic lift", where water is redistributed from depth to ... Read more >>

Oecologia (Oecologia)
[2001, 126(2):158-165]

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