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    1. Vande Walle, I; Mussche, S; Samson, R; Lust, N; Lemeur, R
      The above- and belowground carbon pools of two mixed deciduous forest stands located in East-Flanders (Belgium)

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    2. Pouderoux, S; Deleuze, C; Dhote, JF
      Analysis of crown efficiency in a Common Beech thinning trial using a process-based model.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. Collet, C; Lanter, O; Pardos, M
      Effects of canopy opening on height and diameter growth in naturally regenerated beech seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    4. Seregin, IV; Ivanov, VB
      Physiological aspects of cadmium and lead toxic effects on higher plants

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Heuertz, M; Hausman, JF; Tsvetkov, I; Frascaria-Lacoste, N; Vekemans, X
      Assessment of genetic structure within and among Bulgarian populations of the common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    6. Laurans, F; Pepin, R; Gay, G
      Fungal auxin overproduction affects the anatomy of Hebeloma cylindrosporum-Pinus pinaster ectomycorrhizas

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Dyckmans, J; Flessa, H
      Influence of tree internal N status on uptake and translocation of C and Nin beech: a dual C-13 and N-15 labeling approach

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Farque, L; Sinoquet, H; Colin, F
      Canopy structure and light interception in Quercus petraea seedlings in relation to light regime and plant density

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Hanewinkel, M
      Economic aspects of the transformation from even-aged pure stands of Norway spruce to uneven-aged mixed stands of Norway spruce and beech

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    10. Amorini, E; Manetti, MC; Turchetti, T; Sansotta, A; Villani, F
      Impact of silvicultural system on Cryphonectria parasitica incidence and on genetic variability in a chestnut coppice in Central Italy

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    11. Szwagrzyk, J; Szewczyk, J; Bodziarczyk, J
      Dynamics of seedling banks in beech forest: results of a 10-year study on germination, growth and survival

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    12. Nicolini, E; Chanson, B; Bonne, F
      Stem growth and epicormic branch formation in understorey beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    13. Longauer, R; Gomory, D; Paule, L; Karnosky, DF; Mankovska, B; Muller-Starck, G; Percy, K; Szaro, R
      Selection effects of air pollution on gene pools of Norway spruce, European silver fir and European beech

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    14. Solinger, S; Kalbitz, K; Matzner, E
      Controls on the dynamics of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in a Central European deciduous forest

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    15. Le Roux, X; Bariac, T; Sinoquet, H; Genty, B; Piel, C; Mariotti, A; Girardin, C; Richard, P
      Spatial distribution of leaf water-use efficiency and carbon isotope discrimination within an isolated tree crown

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    16. Fioretto, A; Papa, S; Sorrentino, G; Fuggi, A
      Decomposition of Cistus incanus leaf litter in a Mediterranean maquis ecosystem: mass loss, microbial enzyme activities and nutrient changes

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Emmerton, KS; Callaghan, TV; Jones, HE; Leake, JR; Michelsen, A; Read, DJ
      Assimilation and isotopic fractionation of nitrogen by mycorrhizal fungi

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    18. Herschbach, C; Rennenberg, H
      Sulfur nutrition of deciduous trees

      NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN
    19. Riederer, M; Schreiber, L
      Protecting against water loss: analysis of the barrier properties of plantcuticles

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    20. Marchelli, P; Gallo, LA
      Genetic diversity and differentiation in a southern beech subjected to introgressive hybridization

      HEREDITY
    21. Comps, B; Gomory, D; Letouzey, J; Thiebaut, B; Petit, RJ
      Diverging trends between heterozygosity and allelic richness during postglacial colonization in the European beech

      GENETICS
    22. Heinze, M; Tomczyk, S; Nicke, A
      Comparison of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in so-called Green Eyes with neighbouring spruce stands (Picea abies [L.] KARST.) in the Thuringian Vogtlandcountry concerning soil quality, tree root density and tree growth

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    23. Lebaube, S; Le Goff, N; Ottorini, JM; Granier, A
      Carbon balance and tree growth in a Fagus sylvatica stand

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    24. Raspe, O; Saumitou-Laprade, P; Cuguen, J; Jacquemart, AL
      Chloroplast DNA haplotype variation and population differentiation in Sorbus aucuparia L. (Rosaceae : Maloideae)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    25. Bussotti, F; Borghini, F; Celesti, C; Leonzio, C; Bruschi, P
      Leaf morphology and macronutrients in broadleaved trees in central Italy

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    26. Neitzke, M; Therburg, A
      Changes in the concentration of ultraviolet-B radiation absorbing compounds in leaves of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) along an elevational gradient

      FLORA
    27. Granier, A; Ceschia, E; Damesin, C; Dufrene, E; Epron, D; Gross, P; Lebaube, S; Le Dantec, V; Le Goff, N; Lemoine, D; Lucot, E; Ottorini, JM; Pontailler, JY; Saugier, B
      The carbon balance of a young Beech forest

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    28. Emberson, LD; Ashmore, MR; Cambridge, HM; Simpson, D; Tuovinen, JP
      Modelling stomatal ozone flux across Europe

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    29. Gunthardt-Goerg, MS; McQuattie, CJ; Maurer, S; Frey, B
      Visible and microscopic injury in leaves of five deciduous tree species related to current critical ozone levels

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    30. Fioretto, A; Papa, S; Curcio, E; Sorrentino, G; Fuggi, A
      Enzyme dynamics on decomposing leaf litter of Cistus incanus and Myrtus communis in a Mediterranean ecosystem

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Marchelli, P; Gallo, LA
      Genetic analysis of isozyme variants in open pollinated families of southern beech Nothofagus nervosa (PHIL.) DIM. et MIL.

      SILVAE GENETICA
    32. Poszwa, A; Dambrine, E; Pollier, B; Atteia, O
      A comparison between Ca and Sr cycling in forest ecosystems

      PLANT AND SOIL
    33. Chang, SC; Matzner, E
      Soil nitrogen turnover in proximal and distal stem areas of European beechtrees

      PLANT AND SOIL
    34. Lutz, C; Anegg, S; Gerant, D; Alaoui-Sosse, B; Gerard, J; Dizengremel, P
      Beech trees exposed to high CO2 and to simulated summer ozone levels: Effects on photosynthesis, chloroplast components and leaf enzyme activity

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    35. Rijkers, T; Jan de Vries, PJ; Pons, TL; Bongers, F
      Photosynthetic induction in saplings of three shade-tolerant tree species:comparing understorey and gap habitats in a French Guiana rain forest

      OECOLOGIA
    36. Piovesan, G; Schirone, B
      Winter North Atlantic oscillation effects on the tree rings of the Italianbeech (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOMETEOROLOGY
    37. Schraml, C; Rennenberg, H
      Sensitivity of different ecotypes of beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) to drought stress

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    38. Mattheck, C; Weber, K; Gotz, K
      How European Beeches manage the radial tensile forces.

      ALLGEMEINE FORST UND JAGDZEITUNG
    39. Epron, D; Farque, L; Lucot, E; Badot, PM
      Soil CO2 efflux in a beech forest: the contribution of root respiration

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    40. Gomory, D; Paule, L; Brus, R; Zhelev, P; Tomovic, Z; Gracan, J
      Genetic differentiation and phylogeny of beech on the Balkan peninsula

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    41. Allnutt, TR; Newton, AC; Lara, A; Premoli, A; Armesto, JJ; Vergara, R; Gardner, M
      Genetic variation in Fitzroya cupressoides (alerce), a threatened South American conifer

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    42. Rust, S; Huttl, RF
      The effect of shoot architecture on hydraulic conductance in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    43. Sernek, M; Resnik, J; Kamke, FA
      Penetration of liquid urea-formaldehyde adhesive into beech wood

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    44. Newton, AC; Allnutt, TR; Gillies, ACM; Lowe, AJ; Ennos, RA
      Molecular phylogeography, intraspecific variation and the conservation of tree species

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    45. Oksanen, E; Saleem, A
      Ozone exposure results in various carry-over effects and prolonged reduction in biomass in birch (Betula pendula Roth)

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    46. Gravano, E; Bussotti, F; Grossoni, P; Tani, C
      Morpho-anatomical and functional modifications in beach leaves on the top ridge of the Apennines (Central Italy)

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    47. Matyssek, R; Innes, JL
      Ozone - A risk factor for trees and forests in Europe?

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    48. Gunthardt-Goerg, MS; Maurer, S; Bolliger, J; Clark, AJ; Landolt, W; Bucher, JB
      Responses of young trees (five species in a chamber exposure) to near-ambient ozone concentrations

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    49. Neirynck, J; Roskams, P
      Relationships between crown condition of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and throughfall chemistry

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    50. Wolters, V
      Allium ursinum litter triggering decomposition on a beech forest floor - the effect of earthworms

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    51. Casado, CG; Heredia, A
      Structure and dynamics of reconstituted cuticular waxes of grape berry cuticle (Vitis vinifera L.)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    52. Guillen, MD; Ibargoitia, ML
      Influence of the moisture content on the composition of the liquid smoke produced in the pyrolysis process of Fagus sylvatica L. wood

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    53. Degen, B; Streiff, R; Ziegenhagen, B
      Comparative study of genetic variation and differentiation of two pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) stands using microsatellite and allozyme loci

      HEREDITY
    54. Utelli, AB; Roy, BA; Baltisberger, M
      History can be more important than 'pollination syndrome' in determining the genetic structure of plant populations: the case of Aconitum lycoctonum (Ranunculaceae)

      HEREDITY
    55. Pospisilova, J; Catsky, J
      Development of water stress under increased atmospheric CO2 concentration

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    56. SANDER ML; ERICSSON T
      VERTICAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF PLANT NUTRIENTS AND HEAVY-METALS IN SALIX-VIMINALIS STEMS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR SAMPLING

      Biomass & bioenergy
    57. GUBATZ S; LUFTMANN H; WIERMANN R
      HYDROCARBONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPING MICROSPORES IN THE ANTHERLOCULUS OF TULIPA

      Botanica acta
    58. KRONFUSS G; POLLE A; TAUSZ M; HAVRANEK WM; WIESER G
      EFFECTS OF OZONE AND MILD DROUGHT STRESS ON GAS-EXCHANGE, ANTIOXIDANTS AND CHLOROPLAST PIGMENTS IN CURRENT-YEAR NEEDLES OF YOUNG NORWAY SPRUCE [PICEA-ABIES (L.) KARST.]

      Trees
    59. KOSTNER B; SCHUPP R; SCHULZE ED; RENNENBERG H
      ORGANIC AND INORGANIC SULFUR TRANSPORT IN THE XYLEM SAP AND THE SULFUR BUDGET OF PICEA-ABIES TREES

      Tree physiology
    60. WELANDER NT; OTTOSSON B
      THE INFLUENCE OF SHADING ON GROWTH AND MORPHOLOGY IN SEEDLINGS OF QUERCUS-ROBUR L. AND FAGUS-SYLVATICA L

      Forest ecology and management
    61. CESCATTI A; PIUTTI E
      SILVICULTURAL ALTERNATIVES, COMPETITION REGIME AND SENSITIVITY TO CLIMATE IN A EUROPEAN BEECH FOREST

      Forest ecology and management
    62. PAAKKONEN E; GUNTHARDTGOERG MS; HOLOPAINEN T
      RESPONSES OF LEAF PROCESSES IN A SENSITIVE BIRCH (BETULA-PENDULA ROTH) CLONE TO OZONE COMBINED WITH DROUGHT

      Annals of botany (Print)
    63. MACFARLANE C; ADAMS MA
      DELTA-C-13 OF WOOD IN GROWTH-RINGS INDICATES CAMBIAL ACTIVITY OF DROUGHT-STRESSED TREES OF EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS

      Functional ecology
    64. MANSFIELD TA
      STOMATA AND PLANT WATER RELATIONS - DOES AIR-POLLUTION CREATE PROBLEMS

      Environmental pollution
    65. BUSSOTTI F; FERRETTI M
      AIR-POLLUTION, FOREST CONDITION AND FOREST DECLINE IN SOUTHERN EUROPE- AN OVERVIEW

      Environmental pollution
    66. Prima-Putra, D; Botton, B
      Organic and inorganic compounds of xylem exudates from five woody plants at the stage of bud breaking

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    67. CHALOT M; BRUN A
      PHYSIOLOGY OF ORGANIC NITROGEN ACQUISITION BY ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGI AND ECTOMYCORRHIZAS

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    68. NORTHUP RR; DAHLGREN RA; MCCOLL JG
      POLYPHENOLS AS REGULATORS OF PLANT-LITTER-SOIL INTERACTIONS IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PYGMY FOREST - A POSITIVE FEEDBACK

      Biogeochemistry
    69. Lockheart, MJ; Poole, I; Van Bergen, PF; Evershed, RP
      Leaf carbon isotope compositions and stomatal characters: important considerations for palaeoclimate reconstructions

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    70. MAGNANI F; LEONARDI S; TOGNETTI R; GRACE J; BORGHETTI M
      MODELING THE SURFACE CONDUCTANCE OF A BROAD-LEAF CANOPY - EFFECTS OF PARTIAL DECOUPLING FROM THE ATMOSPHERE

      Plant, cell and environment
    71. PAAKKONEN E; VAHALA J; POHJOLAI M; HOLOPAINEN T; KARENLAMPI L
      PHYSIOLOGICAL, STOMATAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL OZONE RESPONSES IN BIRCH (BETULA-PENDULA ROTH.) ARE MODIFIED BY WATER-STRESS

      Plant, cell and environment
    72. DUQUESNAY A; BREDA N; STIEVENARD M; DUPOUEY JL
      CHANGES OF TREE-RING DELTA-C-13 AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY OF BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L.) IN NORTH-EASTERN FRANCE DURING THE PAST CENTURY

      Plant, cell and environment
    73. DIXON M; LETHIEC D; GARREC JP
      REACTIONS OF NORWAY SPRUCE AND BEECH TREES TO 2 YEARS OF OZONE EXPOSURE AND EPISODIC DROUGHT

      Environmental and experimental botany
    74. GALLOIS A; AUDRAN JC; BURRUS M
      ASSESSMENT OF GENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS AND POPULATION DISCRIMINATION AMONG FAGUS-SYLVATICA L. BY RAPD

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    75. MEIWES KJ; MERINO A; BEESE FO
      CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF THROUGHFALL, SOIL-WATER, LEAVES AND LEAF-LITTER IN A BEECH FOREST RECEIVING LONG-TERM APPLICATION OF AMMONIUM-SULFATE

      Plant and soil
    76. BERNARDS MA; LEWIS NG
      THE MACROMOLECULAR AROMATIC DOMAIN IN SUBERIZED TISSUE - A CHANGING PARADIGM

      Phytochemistry
    77. KERSTIENS G
      SHADE-TOLERANCE AS A PREDICTOR OF RESPONSES TO ELEVATED CO2 IN TREES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    78. GUEHL JM; DOMENACH AM; BEREAU M; BARIGAH TS; CASABIANCA H; FERHI A; GARBAYE J
      FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY IN AN AMAZONIAN RAIN-FOREST OF FRENCH-GUYANA - ADUAL-ISOTOPE APPROACH (DELTA-N-15 AND DELTA-C-13)

      Oecologia
    79. EGLI P; MAURER S; GUNTHARDTGOERG MS; KORNER C
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CO2 AND SOIL QUALITY ON LEAF GAS-EXCHANGE AND ABOVEGROUND GROWTH IN BEECH-SPRUCE MODEL-ECOSYSTEMS

      New phytologist
    80. KREUZWIESER J; RENNENBERG H
      SULFATE UPTAKE AND XYLEM LOADING OF MYCORRHIZAL BEECH ROOTS

      New phytologist
    81. SKARBY L; ROPOULSEN H; WELLBURN FAM; SHEPPARD LJ
      IMPACTS OF OZONE ON FORESTS - A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

      New phytologist
    82. BUSSOTTI F; GRAVANO E; GROSSONI P; TANI C
      OCCURRENCE OF TANNINS IN LEAVES OF BEECH TREES (FAGUS-SYLVATICA) ALONG AN ECOLOGICAL GRADIENT, DETECTED BY HISTOCHEMICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL ANALYSES

      New phytologist
    83. BLAUDEZ D; CHALOT M; DIZENGREMEL P; BOTTON B
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE ECTOMYCORRHIZAL ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PAXILLUS-INVOLUTUS AND BETULA-PENDULA - II - METABOLIC CHANGES DURING MYCORRHIZA FORMATION

      New phytologist
    84. PAAKKONEN E; SEPPANEN S; HOLOPAINEN T; KOKKO H; KARENLAMPI S; KARENLAMPI L; KANGASJARVI J
      INDUCTION OF GENES FOR THE STRESS PROTEINS PR-10 AND PAL IN RELATION TO GROWTH, VISIBLE INJURIES AND STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE IN BIRCH (BETULA-PENDULA) CLONES EXPOSED TO OZONE AND OR DROUGHT/

      New phytologist
    85. BURGHARDT M; SCHREIBER L; RIEDERER M
      ENHANCEMENT OF THE DIFFUSION OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN BARLEY LEAF CUTICULAR WAX BY MONODISPERSE ALCOHOL ETHOXYLATES

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    86. GOMORY D; SHVADCHAK I; PAULE L; VYSNY J
      GENETIC DIVERSITY AND DIFFERENTIATION OF BEECH POPULATIONS IN CRIMEA

      Genetika
    87. BROYLES SB
      POSTGLACIAL MIGRATION AND THE LOSS OF ALLOZYME VARIATION IN NORTHERN POPULATIONS OF ASCLEPIAS-EXALTATA (ASCLEPIADACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    88. TUROK J; STARKE R; ZIEHE M; HATTEMER HH
      GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG BEECH STANDS FROM RHINELAND-PALATINATE (GERMANY)

      Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung
    89. ZIEHE M; STARKE R; HATTEMER HH; TUROK J
      GENETIC STRUCTURES IN ADULT BEECH STANDS AND AMONG THEIR SEEDS

      Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung
    90. DIXON M; LETHIEC D; GARREC JP
      AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFECTS OF OZONE AND DROUGHT, APPLIED SINGLY AND IN COMBINATION, ON THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF THE EPICUTICULAR WAX OF NORWAY SPRUCE

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    91. SCHELL J
      INTERDEPENDENCE OF PH, MALATE CONCENTRATION, AND CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN THE XYLEM SAP OF BEECH ROOTS

      Tree physiology
    92. MADSEN P; LARSEN JB
      NATURAL REGENERATION OF BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L.) WITH RESPECT TO CANOPY DENSITY, SOIL-MOISTURE AND SOIL CARBON CONTENT

      Forest ecology and management
    93. FUHRER J; SKARBY L; ASHMORE MR
      CRITICAL LEVELS FOR OZONE EFFECTS ON VEGETATION IN EUROPE

      Environmental pollution
    94. KOWALIK P; BORGHETTI M; BORSELLI L; MAGNANI F; SANESI G; TOGNETTI R
      DIURNAL WATER RELATIONS OF BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L) TREES IN THE MOUNTAINS OF ITALY

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    95. LOCKHEART MJ; VANBERGEN PF; EVERSHED RP
      VARIATIONS IN THE STABLE CARBON-ISOTOPE COMPOSITIONS OF INDIVIDUAL LIPIDS FROM THE LEAVES OF MODERN ANGIOSPERMS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE STUDY OF HIGHER LAND PLANT-DERIVED SEDIMENTARY ORGANIC-MATTER

      Organic geochemistry
    96. HEATH J; KERSTIENS G
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CO2 ON LEAF GAS-EXCHANGE IN BEECH AND OAK AT 2 LEVELS OF NUTRIENT SUPPLY - CONSEQUENCES FOR SENSITIVITY TO DROUGHT IN BEECH

      Plant, cell and environment
    97. BOYER JS; WONG SC; FARQUHAR GD
      CO2 AND WATER-VAPOR EXCHANGE ACROSS LEAF CUTICLE (EPIDERMIS) AT VARIOUS WATER POTENTIALS

      Plant physiology
    98. NICOLAS C; RODRIGUEZ D; POULSEN F; ERIKSEN EN; NICOLAS G
      THE EXPRESSION OF AN ABSCISIC ACID-RESPONSIVE GLYCINE-RICH PROTEIN COINCIDES WITH THE LEVEL OF SEED DORMANCY IN FAGUS-SYLVATICA

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    99. BAUR P; GRAYSON BT; SCHONHERR J
      POLYDISPERSE ETHOXYLATED FATTY ALCOHOL SURFACTANTS AS ACCELERATORS OFCUTICULAR PENETRATION .1. EFFECTS OF ETHOXY CHAIN-LENGTH AND THE SIZEOF THE PENETRANTS

      Pesticide science
    100. KERSTIENS G
      IN-VIVO MANIPULATION OF CUTICULAR WATER PERMEANCE AND ITS EFFECT ON STOMATAL RESPONSE TO AIR HUMIDITY

      New phytologist


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