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Low temperature responses of Nothofagus dombeyi and Nothofagus nitida, two evergreen species from south central Chile

Axis Differentiation in Two South American Nothofagus Species (Nothofagaceae)

Periods of Organogenesis in Shoots of Nothofagus dombeyi (Mirb.) Oersted (Nothofagaceae)

Isozyme Polymorphisms Provide Evidence of Clinal Variation With Elevation in Nothofagus pumilio

Constraints on light interception efficiency due to shoot architecture in broad-leaved Nothofagus species

Effect of ectomycorrhizal colonization and drought on reactive oxygen species metabolism of Nothofagus dombeyi roots

Foliar anatomical and morphological variation in Nothofagus pumilio seedlings under controlled irradiance and soil moisture levels

Preformation and Neoformation in Shoots of Nothofagus antarctica (G. Forster) Oerst. (Nothofagaceae) Shrubs from Northern Patagonia

Weather or weathering? Growth of Nothofagus dombeyi on volcanic soils differing in nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations

Thermal energy dissipation and its components in two developmental stages of a shade-tolerant species, Nothofagus nitida, and a shade-intolerant species, Nothofagus dombeyi

Yeast and yeast-like fungi associated with dry indehiscent fruits of Nothofagus nervosa in Patagonia, Argentina

Yeast communities associated with the bulk-soil, rhizosphere and ectomycorrhizosphere of a Nothofagus pumilio forest in northwestern Patagonia, Argentina

Genetic Diversity in Nothofagus alessandrii (Fagaceae), an Endangered Endemic Tree Species of the Coastal Maulino Forest of Central Chile

Cattle change plant reproductive phenology, promoting community changes in a post-fire Nothofagus forest in northern Patagonia, Argentina


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(southern beeches; family Fagaceae)

A genus of evergreen or deciduous, big or small trees, in which the male inflorescences are sessile, or few-flowered, and the styles short. They are wind-pollinated. The fruits are subtended by a valved spiny cupule. Antarctic beech is N. antarctica, which forms extensive low, impenetrable forests in southern Chile and Tierra del Fuego. There are 35 species of the southern hemisphere, occurring in the mountains of New Guinea, New Caledonia, Australasia, and temperate S. America. See bicentric distribution.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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