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 2 (2017)

Published: 2017-06-22

IMPORTANCE OF WOOD DRYING TO THE FOREST TRANSPORT AND PULP MILL SUPPLY

Antonio Jose Vinha Zanuncio, Amelia Guimaraes Carvalho, Marcela Gomes da Silva Silva, José Tarcisio Lima

147-152

LAMINAR INCLUSION IN SUGARCANE BAGASSE PARTICLEBOARD

Stefania Lima Oliveira, Ticyane Pereira Freire, Tamires Galvão Tavares Pereira, Lourival Marin Mendes, Rafael Farinassi Mendes

153-160

AGROFORESTRY AS A SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REGULARIZATION OF RURAL CONSOLIDATED OCCUPATIONS

Sarita Soraia de Alcântara Laudares, Luís Antônio Coimbra Borges, Patrícia Andressa de Ávila, Athila Leandro de Oliveira, Kmila Gomes da Silva, Dagmar Cristina de Alcântara Laudares

161-174

FATALITIES IN WILDLAND FIRES FROM 1945 TO 2015 IN SARDINIA (ITALY)

Adrián Cardil, Giuseppe Mariano Delogu, Domingo Miguel Molina-terrén

175-184

AGAR DOES NOT AFFECT IN VITRO RHIZOGENESIS AND EX VITRO ACCLIMATIZATION OF Handroanthus chrysotrichus

Silvia Machado dos Santos Rabaiolli, Lia Rejane Silveira Reiniger, Charlene Moro Stefanel, Karol Buuron da Silva, Aline Ferreira Paim, Ana Cristina da Fonseca Ziegler

185-192

GRAZING CHANGES THE SOIL-PLANT RELATIONSHIP IN THE TREEREGENERATION STRATUM IN THE PAMPA OF SOUHTERN BRAZIL

Cristina Gouvêa Redin, Solon Jonas Longhi, José Miguel Reichert, Kelen Pureza Soares, Miriam Fernanda Rodrigues, Luciano Farinha Watzlawick

193-200

CLASSIFICATION OF THE INITIAL DEVELOPMENT OF EUCALIPTUS USING DATA MINING TECHNIQUES

Elizeu de Souza Lima, Zigomar Menezes de Souza, Rafael Montanari, Stanley Robson de Medeiros Oliveira, Lenon Henrique Lovera, Camila Viana Vieira Farhate

201-208

EFFECT OF EXTRACTIVES AND CARBONIZATION TEMPERATURE ON ENERGY CHARACTERISTICS OF WOOD WASTE IN AMAZON RAINFOREST

Jordão Cabral Moulin, João Rodrigo Coimbra Nobre, Jonnys Paz Castro, Paulo Fernando Trugilho, Marina Donária Chaves Arantes

209-218

IMPACT OF CORONA TREATED ACTIVATED CARBON IN ANIONIC AND CATIONIC DYE ADSORPTION

Matheus Felipe Freire Pego, Janaína Carvalho, Willian Borges, Maria Lúcia Bianchi

219-228

MODELING ECOLOGICAL NICHE OF TREE SPECIES IN BRAZILIAN TROPICAL AREA

Mônica Canaan Carvalho, Lucas Rezende Gomide, Rubens Manoel dos Santos, José Roberto Soares Scolforo, Luís Marcelo Tavares de Carvalho, José Márcio de Mello

229-240

Parapiptadenia rigida MYCORRHIZATION WITH SPORES OF Scleroderma citrinum

Gerusa Pauli Kist Steffen, Ricardo Bemfica Steffen, Rosana Matos de Morais, Cleber Witt Saldanha, Joseila Maldaner, Táscilla Magalhães Loiola

241-248

SPATIALIZATION OF FRACTIONS OF ORGANIC MATTER IN SOIL IN AN AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM IN THE ATLANTIC FOREST, BRAZIL

Camila Santos da Silva, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Rafael Coll Delgado, Shirlei Almeida Assunção

249-256

SOIL FERTILITY AFFECTS ELEMENTAL DISTRIBUTION IN NEEDLES OF THE CONIFER Araucaria angustifolia: A MICROANALYTICAL STUDY

Julierme Zimmer Barbosa, Valdeci Constantino, Flávio Zanette, Antonio Carlos Vargas, Stephen Arthur Prior

257-266

MORPHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES ON Schizolobium parahyba VAR. Amazonicum (HUBER EX DUCKE) BARNEBY PLANTS INTOXICATED BY GLYPHOSATE

Kaléo Dias Pereira, Rafael Gomes Viana, Jonilson Ribeiro Trindade, Rafael Amaral Cardoso

267-274

IMPACT OF Bambusa tuldoides MUNRO (POACEAE) ON FOREST REGENERATION

Roselene Marostega Felker, Ana Paula Moreira Rovedder, Solon Jonas Longhi, Elias Frank Araújo, Maureen De Moraes Stefanello

275-282

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