J. For. Sci., 55 (2009)

No. 12

Index of Volume 55, List of Reviewers
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): I-VIIdownload PDF
Soil-forming effect of Grand fir (Abies grandis [Dougl. ex D. Don] Lindl.)
V. Podrázský, J. Remeš
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 533-539abstractdownload PDF
Differences in top-soil features between beech-mixture and Norway spruce forests of the Šumava Mts.
K. Matějka, J. Starý
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 540-555abstractdownload PDF
Differences in fine root traits between Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) – A case study in the Kysucké Beskydy Mts
B. Konôpka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 556-566abstractdownload PDF
Changes of the mixed mountain virgin forest after 70 years on a permanent plot in the Ukrainian Carpathians 567
J. Veska, J. Šebesta, T. Kolář
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 567-577abstractdownload PDF
How do lepidopteran seasonal guilds differ on some oaks (Quercus spp.) – A case study
M. Turčáni, J. Patočka, M. Kulfan
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 578-590abstractdownload PDF

No. 11

Plant community variability within potential natural vegetation units: a case study from the Bohemian Karst
P. Šamonil, K. Polesná, P. Unar
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 485-501abstractdownload PDF
Quantity and distribution of fine root biomass in the intermediate stage of beech virgin forest Badínsky prales
P. Jaloviar, L. Bakošová, S. Kucbel, J. Vencurik
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 502-510abstractdownload PDF
Comparison of morphological and physiological parameters of the planting material of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) from intensive nursery technologies with current bareroot plants
J. Leugner, A. Jurásek, J. Martincová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 511-517abstractdownload PDF
Geostatistical simulation of bark beetle infestation for forest protection purposes
T. Hlásny, L. Vizi, M. Turčáni, M. Koreň, L. Kulla, Z. Sitková
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 518-525abstractdownload PDF
The use of cotyledon proteins to assess the genetic diversity in sweet holm oak
A. Martín M, R. Navarro-Cerrillo, P. Ortega, B. Alvarez J
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 526-531abstractdownload PDF

No. 10

Analysis of snow accumulation and snow melting in a young mountain spruce and beech stand in the Orlické hory Mts., Czech Republic
P. Kantor, Z. Karl, F. Šach, V. Černohous
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 437-451abstractdownload PDF
Comparison of mycobiota of diverse aged spruce stands on former agricultural soil
V. Pešková, F. Soukup, J. Landa
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 452-460abstractdownload PDF
Diversity of endomycorrhizal fungi and their synergistic effect on the growth of Acacia catechu Willd.
V. Parkash, A. Aggarwal
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 461-468abstractdownload PDF
Influence of pulverized limestone and amphibolite mixture on the growth performance of Alnus incana (L.) Moench plantation on an acidified mountain site
I. Kuneš, V. Balcar, T. Benešová, M. Baláš, J. Zadina, D. Zahradník, J. Vítámvás, D. Kacálek
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 469-476abstractdownload PDF
Development of tertiary roads in the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
J. Caska
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 477-483abstractdownload PDF

No. 9

Comparison of deposition fluxes on the open area and in mountain spruce stands of different density
I. Marková, I. Drápelová, S. Truparová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 395-402abstractdownload PDF
A study on the variation of morphological characteristics of silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) seeds and their internal structure determined by X-ray radiography in the Beskid Sądecki and Beskid Niski mountain ranges of the Carpathians (southern Poland)
K. Skrzyszewska, J. Chłanda
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 403-414abstractdownload PDF
Variability of spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) compression strength with present reaction wood
V. Gryc, H. Vavrčík
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 415-422abstractdownload PDF
Comparison of three methods to determine optimal road spacing for forwarder-type logging operations
R. Ghaffarian M, K. Stampfer, J. Sessions
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 423-431abstractdownload PDF
Multiaged silviculture in North America
O. Hara K L
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 432-436abstractdownload PDF

No. 8

Humus conditions of stands with different proportion of Douglas fir in the Hůrky Training Forest District and Křtiny Training Forest Enterprise
L. Menšík, J. Kulhavý, P. Kantor, M. Remeš
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 345-356abstractdownload PDF
Different technologies of floodplain forest regeneration from the aspect of soil changes
N. Pernar, E. Klimo, S. Matić, D. Bakšić, H. Lorencová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 357-367abstractdownload PDF
Changes in air quality in different phases of forest management process in a sub-mountain beech ecosystem (West Carpathian Mts.)
D. Kellerová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 368-375abstractdownload PDF
Current possibilities of using Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) in forest regeneration in the air-polluted region of the northeastern Krušné hory Mts.
P. Kubík, O. Mauer
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 376-386abstractdownload PDF
The effect of shelterwood silvicultural method on the plant species diversity in a beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) forest in the north of Iran
H. Poorbabaei, A. Poor-Rostam
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 387-394abstractdownload PDF

No. 7

Production and humus form development in forest stands established on agricultural lands – Kostelec nad Černými lesy region
V. Podrázský, J. Remeš, V. Hart, W. Keith Moser
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 299-305abstractdownload PDF
Coppice-with-standards in floodplain forests – a new subject for nature protection
I. Machar
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 306-311abstractdownload PDF
Production potential of Douglas fir in acid sites of Hůrky Training Forest District, Secondary Forestry School in Písek
P. Kantor, R. Mareš
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 312-322abstractdownload PDF
Effect of stand segmentation on growth and development of Norway spruce stands
J. Horák, J. Novák
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 323-329abstractdownload PDF
The effect of environmental conditions on the abundance of grubs of the cockchafer (Melolontha hippocastani F.)
M. Švestka, K. Drápela
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 330-338abstractdownload PDF
Perception of the forest by the villagers of the Salonga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo
M. Ibesoa J
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 339-344abstractdownload PDF

No. 6

Quantification of nutrient content in the aboveground biomass of teak plantation in a tropical dry deciduous forest of Udaipur, India
I. Nirmal Kumar J, N. Kumar R, R. Kumar Bhoi, R. Sajish P
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 251-256abstractdownload PDF
Influence of temperatures and precipitation on radial increment of Orlické hory Mts. spruce stands at altitudes over 800 m a.s.l.
M. Rybníček, P. Čermák, T. Kolář, E. Přemyslovská, T. Žid
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 257-263abstractdownload PDF
Growth of wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) in a mixture with other species in a demonstration forest
R. Stojecová, I. Kupka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 264-269abstractdownload PDF
Evaluating the shelterwood harvesting system after 25 years in a beech Fagus orientalis Lipsky) forest in Iran
R. Pourmajidian M, E. Malakshah N, A. Fallah, A. Parsakhoo
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 270-278abstractdownload PDF
Regeneration and game damage in the Krušné hory Mts. assessed on the basis of National Forest Inventory of the Czech Republic
L. Lehnerová, R. Marušák
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 279-292abstractdownload PDF
An economic aspect of conversion of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) stands in the Polish Lowland
A. Węgiel, R. Jaszczak, G. Rączka, P. Strzeliński, D. Sugiero, A. Wierzbicka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 293-298abstractdownload PDF

No. 5

Development of species composition in long term simulations with an individual-tree growth simulator
M. Huber, H. Sterba
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 194-200abstractdownload PDF
Dissolved organic carbon concentrations under conditions of different forestcomposition
M. Remeš, J. Kulhavý
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 201-207abstractdownload PDF
Comparison of the impact of blue spruce and reed Calamagrostis villosa on forest soil chemical properties
O. Špulák, D. Dušek
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 208-214abstractdownload PDF
Humus conditions and stand characteristics of artificially established young stands in the process of the transformation of spruce monocultures
L. Menšík, T. Fabiánek, V. Tesař, J. Kulhavý
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 215-223abstractdownload PDF
Thinning experiment in the spruce and beech mixed stands on the locality naturally dominated by beech – growth, litter-fall and humus
J. Novák, M. Slodičák
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 224-234abstractdownload PDF
The first reaction of soil mite fauna (Acari, Mesostigmata) caused by conversion of Norway spruce stand in the Szklarska Poręba Forest District
M. Skorupski, G. Butkiewicz, A. Wierzbicka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 235-243abstractdownload PDF
Species composition in low mountain beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stands in the Bieszczady National Park under the global warming
D. Sugiero, R. Jaszczak, G. Rączka, P. Strzeliński, A. Węgiel, A. Wierzbicka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 244-250abstractdownload PDF

No. 4

Natural regeneration of senescent even-aged beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stands under the conditions of Central Bohemia
L. Bílek, J. Remeš, D. Zahradník
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 144-145abstractdownload PDF
Tolerance of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) embryogenic tissue to penicillin, carbapenem and aminoglycoside antibiotics
J. Malá, D. Pavingerová, H. Cvrčková, J. Bříza, J. Dostál, P. Šíma
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 156-161abstractdownload PDF
Recent fir hybridization research in the light of Czech-American cooperation
J. Kobliha, J. Stejskal
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 162-170abstractdownload PDF
A GIS-MCE based model for forest road planning
E. Abdi, B. Majnounian, A. Darvishsefat, Z. Mashayekhi, J. Sessions
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 171-176abstractdownload PDF
Rutting and soil displacement caused by 450C Timber Jack wheeled skidder (Asalem forest northern Iran)
R. Naghdi, I. Bagheri, M. Lotfalian, B. Setodeh
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 177-183abstractdownload PDF
Composition and diversity of psocid (Insecta: Psocoptera) taxocoenoses in forest ecosystems of the Abieti-fageta s. lat. zone in the Western Carpathian Mts.
O. Holuša
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 184-192abstractdownload PDF

No. 3

Photosynthetic response to different light intensities and water status of two main Nothofagus species of southern Patagonian forest, Argentina
L. Peri P, G. Martínez Pastur, V. Lencinas M
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 101-111abstractdownload PDF
Effect of initial height of seedlings on the growth of planting material of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) in mountain conditions
A. Jurásek, J. Leugner, J. Martincová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 112-118abstractdownload PDF
Effects of spruce, beech and mixed commercial stand on humus conditions of forest soils
T. Fabiánek, L. Menšík, I. Tomášková, J. Kulhavý
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 119-126abstractdownload PDF
Changes in the fragmentation and ecological stability of the Morava River floodplain forest in the course of the 20th century
I. Machar
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 127-136abstractdownload PDF
Findings from the application of coal combustion by-products (CCB) for forest reclamation on spoil banks of the North Bohemian Brown Coal Basin
P. Čermák, V. Ondráček
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 137-144abstractdownload PDF

No. 2

Development of foliage biomass of young spruce and beech stands in the mountain water balance research area
P. Kantor, F. Šach, V. Černohous
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 51-62abstractdownload PDF
Assessment of tree layer biomass and structure using aerial photos in lake catchments of the Šumava Mts.
K. Matějka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 63-74abstractdownload PDF
Polyamines during somatic embryo development in Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.])
J. Malá, M. Cvikrová, P. Máchová, O. Martincová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 75-80abstractdownload PDF
Verification of the food supply to game under conditions of the floodplain forest ecosystem
J. Feuereisel, M. Ernst
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 81-88abstractdownload PDF
Forest watershed runoff changes determined using the unit hydrograph method
V. Černohous, P. Kovář
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 89-95abstractdownload PDF
Productivity and cost of manual felling with a chainsaw in Caspian forests
K. Behjou F, B. Majnounian, J. Dvořák, M. Namiranian, A. Saeed, J. Feghhi
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 96-100abstractdownload PDF

No. 1

The effect of liming on the mineral nutrition of the mountain Norway spruce (Picea abies L.) forest
J. Kulhavý, I. Marková, I. Drápelová, S. Truparová
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 1-8abstractdownload PDF
How does legacy of agriculture play role in formation of afforested soil properties?
D. Kacálek, J. Novák, D. Dušek, J. Bartoš, V. Černohous
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 9-14abstractdownload PDF
Phenology of four broad-leaved forest trees in a submountain beech forest
B. Schieber, R. Janík, Z. Snopková
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 15-22abstractdownload PDF
Relationships between browsing damage and woody species dominance
P. Čermák, P. Horsák, M. Špiřík, R. Mrkva
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 23-31abstractdownload PDF
Ecological requirements of some ant species of the genus Formica (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in spruce forests
A. Véle, J. Holuša, J. Frouz
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 32-40abstractdownload PDF
Forest yield index and its applicability to the assessment of future forest yields
L. Kulla, J. Tutka, R. Marušák
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 41-50abstractdownload PDF

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