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).

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Vol 28 No 1 (2022)

Vol 28 No 1 (2022)

Published: 2022-04-01

EUCALYPTUS BREEDING PROGRAMS: A PROPOSAL FOR THE USE OF INBRED PROGENIES

Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho, Heloisa Guimarães Santos, Thaise Da Silva Souza

e-103049

NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY FOR ESTIMATING PROPERTIES OF KRAFT PAPER REINFORCED WITH CELLULOSE NANOFIBRILS

Lidiane Costa Lima, Lívia Ribeiro Costa, Ana Márcia Macedo Ladeira Carvalho, Maria Lucia Bianchi, Paulo Ricardo Gherardi Hein

e-10285

PHYLOGENETIC RELATEDNESS AND COMPETITION: A POT EXPERIMENT WITH SEMIARID TREE SPECIES

Maria Taiane Tavares, Bruno Cruz de Souza , Bruno Sousa Menezes, Francisca Soares Araújo, Júlia Sfair, Roberta Zandavalli

e-103036

DESICCATION TOLERANCE AND GERMINATION OF Psidium guajava SEEDS FROM DIFFERENT REGIONS OF BRAZIL

Alana Chocorosqui Fernandes, Olívia Alvina Oliveira Tonetti, Anderson Cleiton José, José Marcio Rocha Faria

e-102977

DOES THE FAXINAL SYSTEM HELP TO MAINTAIN THE GENETIC DIVERSITY OF Curitiba prismatica (D. Landland) Salywon & Landrum?

Richeliel Albert Rodrigues Silva, Fábio de Almeida Vieira, Evandro Vagner Tambarussi, Kyvia Pontes Teixeira das Chagas Chagas, Luciano Farinha Watzlawick, Henrique Soares Koehler

e-103012

GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF REMAINING POPULATIONS OF Paratecoma peroba, AN ENDANGERED AND ENDEMIC SPECIES OF THE ATLANTIC FOREST

Tábatta Caroline Cerri França , Leticia Rigo Tavares , Adelson Lemes da Silva Júnior, Fábio Demolinari de Miranda, Lucas Batista Vargas , Karla Maria Pedra de Abreu , Marcos Vinicius Winckler Caldeira

e-103055

PINE AFFORESTATION IMPROVES THE BIOLOGICAL SOIL ATTRIBUTES LINKED TO METHANE OXIDATION IN A TEMPERATE ZONE OF ARGENTINA

Ezequiel Jusus Teran, María Eugenia Priano, María Paula Juliarena, María Elena Fernández, Javier Enrique Gyenge

e-102967

HOW DO METEOROLOGICAL FACTORS ALTER THE PHENOLOGY OF A NEOTROPICAL TREE SPECIES?

Thalles Luiz Negreiros da Costa, Fernanda Moura Fonseca Lucas, Bruna Rafaella Ferreira da Silva, Kyvia Pontes Teixeira das Chagas, Ageu da Silva Monteiro Freire, João Gilberto Meza Ucella-Filho, José Augusto da Silva Santana, Malcon do Prado Costa

MICROSCOPIC IDENTIFICATION OF BRAZILIAN COMMERCIAL WOOD SPECIES VIA MACHINE-LEARNING

Jordão Cabral Moulin, Dercilio Junior Verly Lopes, Lucas Braga Mulin, Gabrielly dos Santos Bobadilha, Ramon Ferreir Oliveira

e-102978

DECOMPOSITION AND NUTRIENT RELEASE OF EUCALYPTUS HARVEST RESIDUES IN SOUTHEAST BRAZIL

Roberto Rorras Moura, Marcos Vinicius Winckler Caldeira, David Pessanha Siqueira, Dione Richer Momolli, Deborah Guerra Barroso, Robert Gomes, Francielle Santana de Oliveira

e-103031

SPATIAL VARIATION OF EUCALYPTUS FIBRES CONSIDERING THE STRUCTURE OF ANNUAL GROWTH RINGS

Fabiola Magalhães Mendes, Jonas Massuque, Angélica de Cássia Oliveira Carneiro, Franciane Andrade de Pádua, Paulo Ricardo Gherardi Hein, Paulo Fernando Trugilho

e-103056

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