Cerne is a journal edited by the Federal University of Lavras, Minas Gerais state, Brazil, which quarterly publishes original articles that represent relevant contribution to Forestry Science development (Forest ecology, Forest Management, Silviculture, Technology of Forest Products).

Submitted manuscripts must be written in English, be original, and be in accordance with the journal's standards and not be submitted for publication elsewhere. Its content (data, ideas, opinions and concepts) is the sole responsibility of the author(s). When necessary, it must be attested that the research in question was approved by the Ethics and Biosafety Committee of the institution to which the author responsible for the manuscript submission is linked to.

By submitting the article, the authors agree that the copyright of the same is automatically transferred to the Journal Cerne. Authors can use the article after publication, without the prior permission of Cerne, as long as publication credit is given to the Journal.

Vol 23 No 4 (2017)

Published: 2018-01-31

Use of renewable substrates for ex vitro production of Melaleuca alternifolia Cheel seedlings. by minicutting

Carlos Ándre Stuepp, Rosimeri de Oliveira Fragoso, Pedro Henrique Riboldi Monteiro, Dagma Kratz, Ivar Wendling, Katia Christina Zuffellato-Ribas

395-402

General height-diameter equation with biological attributes for Pinus taeda L. stands

Saulo Jorge Teo, Sebastião do Amaral Machado, Afonso Figueiredo Filho, Margarida Tomé

403-411

Characterizing landscape spatial heterogeneity using semivariogram parameters derived from NDVI images

Eduarda Martiniano de Oliveira Silveira, José Márcio de Mello, Fausto Weimar Acerbi Junior, Aliny Aparecida dos Reis, Kieran Daniel Withey, Luis Angel Ruiz

413-422

Strength improvement of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose/ starch films using cellulose nanocrystals

Ney Robson Taironi Do Prodo, Joabel Raabe, Seyedmohammad Mirmehdi, Lisiane Nunes Hugen, Lidiane Costa Lima, Alcinéia De Lemos Souza Ramos, Mário Guimarães Junior, Gustavo Henrique Denzin Tonoli

423-434

Vegetative rescue and rooting of cuttings of different stock plants of Sequoia sempervirens

Mariane de Oliveira Pereira, Alessandro Camargo Ângelo, Marcio Carlos Navroski, Mario Dobner Júnior, Luciana Magda de Oliveira

435-444

Ecologic features of wood anatomy of Casearia sylvestris SW (Salicaceae) in three brazilian ecosystems

Graciene da Silva Mota, Luiz Eduardo de Lima Melo, Alessandra de Oliveira Ribeiro, Anderson Oliveira Selvati, Helena Pereira, Fabio Akira Mori

445-453

Influence of Eucalyptus wood addition to urban wood waste during combustion

Ananias Francisco Dias Júnior, Richard Briques Anuto, Carlos Rogério Andrade, Natália Dias de Souza, Saly Takeshita, José Otávio Brito, Adriana Maria Nolasco

455-464

Rootstock age and growth habit influence top grafting in Araucaria angustifolia

Rozimeiry Gomes Bezerra Gaspar, Ivar Wendling, Carlos Andre Stuepp, Alessandro Camargo Angelo

465-471

THE USE OF HYDROGEL COMBINED WITH APPROPRIATE SUBSTRATE AND FERTILIZER IMPROVE QUALITY AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF Mimosa scabrella BENTH. SEEDLINGS

Enéas Ricardo Konzen, Marcio Carlos Navroski, Gustavo Friederichs, Luís Henrique Ferrari, Mariane de Oliveira Pereira, Dionéia Felippe

473-482

ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS FOR ESTIMATING VOLUME OF TREES IN CERRADO

Talles Hudson Souza Lacerda, Christian Dias Cabacinha, Carlos Alberto Araújo Júnior, Renato Dourado Maia, Klaus Wesley de Souza Lacerda

483-491

DIFFERENT STABILITY METHODS FOR CULTIVAR RECOMMENDATION IN ELEPHANT-GRASS FOR ENERGY PURPOSES IN BRAZIL

Veronica Brito da Silva, Rogerio Figueiredo Daher, Bruna Rafaela da Silva Menezes, Maria Lorraine Fonseca Oliveira, Maria do Socorro Bezerra Araújo, Antonio Alonso Cecon Novo

507-515

PHENOLOGICAL STRATEGIES OF DIOECIOUS SPECIES IN RESPONSE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATIONS OF RUPESTRIAN GRASSLANDS.

Darliana Costa Fonseca, Márcio Leles Romarco Oliveira, Israel Marinho Pereira, Cássia Michelle Cabral, Cristiane Coelho Moura, Evandro Luiz Mendonça Machado

517-527

DIFFERENT PLANT BIOMASSES CHARACTERIZATION FOR BIOCHAR PRODUCTION

Tais Regina Lima Abreu Veiga, José Tarcísio Lima, Anelise Lima de Abreu Dessimoni, Matheus Felipe Freire Pego, Jenaina Ribeiro Soares, Paulo Fernando Trugilho

529-536

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