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    Clavis scriptorum graecorum et latinorum = Répertoire des auteurs grecs et latins = Repertoire of Greek and Latin authors = Repertorium der griechischen und lateinischen Autoren

    LaRue, Rodrigue
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    Der Botanische Garten Montreal – 80 Jahre lang gestaltet nach den Prinzipien von Henry Teuscher / The Montreal Botanical Garden: 80 years of development according to Henry Teuscher's principles

    Vincent, Gilles, Labrecque, Michel
    Englera, 1 April 2013, Issue 30, pp.113-121 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Der Botanische Garten Montreal – 80 Jahre lang gestaltet nach den Prinzipien von Henry Teuscher / The Montreal Botanical Garden: 80 years of development according to Henry Teuscher's principles
    Auteur: Vincent, Gilles; Labrecque, Michel
    Description: Der Botanische Garten Montreal wurde 1931 von dem Ordensgeistlichen Marie-Victorin (1885–1944) auf Beschluss des Exekutivkomitees der Stadt Montreal angelegt. Bruder Marie-Victorin hat den Garten zwar gegründet, war sich jedoch bewusst, dass seine Kenntnisse für dessen Ausgestaltung nicht reichen würden. Man empfahl ihm Henry Teuscher (1891–1984), der damals als Dendrologe am Botanischen Garten New York beschäftigt war. Vor seiner Anstellung als „first Superintendent" des Botanischen Gartens Montreal veröffentlichte er in der Zeitschrift Parks and Recreation einen Artikel mit dem Titel „Der botanische Garten der Zukunft". Diese Schrift wurde zum Masterplan für den botanischen Garten mit dem ersten Spatenstich 1936 und in den folgenden Jahren. Teuscher und Marie-Victorin hatten eine gemeinsame Vision: Ein moderner botanischer Garten sollte sich von normalen Gärten durch Schönheit, Struktur und Nützlichkeit unterscheiden. Teuscher war der Meinung, dass ein botanischer Garten vor allem eine Bildungseinrichtung sein muss, dessen Ästhetik Besucher neugierig macht und ihr Interesse an der Wissenschaft weckt. Von Anbeginn hat sich der Botanische Garten Montreal entsprechend den von Teuscher aufgestellten Prinzipien entwickelt. Heute, etwa 80 Jahre später, hat Montreal einen der schönsten und größten botanischen Gärten der Welt, der mit 22.000 Taxa und etwa 30 Themengärten jedes Jahr 1 Million Besucher anzieht. The Montreal Botanical Garden was founded by Brother Marie-Victorin (1885–1944) in 1931, following a City of Montreal Executive Committee resolution. Although Marie-Victorin was the garden's founder, he knew that he was not qualified to be its designer. It was recommended to him to enlist Henry Teuscher (1891–1984) who was working at the time as a dendrologist at the New York Botanical Garden. Before he was hired as the Montreal Botanical Garden's first superintendent, he published an article in the Parks and Recreation magazine entitled "The Botanical Garden of the Future." This would become the master plan for the Botanical Garden when construction started in 1936 and for all the years thereafter. Teuscher and Marie-Victorin shared a specific vision in which a modern Botanical Garden would be differentiated from ordinary gardens in terms of its beauty, organization and utility. Teuscher felt that a Botanical Garden must be an educational institution, above all, in which the aesthetic side would appeal to visitors' curiosity and awaken their interest in the sciences. Ever since, the Montreal Botanical Garden has been developed according to the principles laid out by Teuscher. Today, c. 80 years later, the Montreal Botanical Garden is one of the world's finest and largest, with its 22 000 taxa, some thirty thematic gardens and one million visitors every year.
    Fait partie de: Englera, 1 April 2013, Issue 30, pp.113-121
    Identifiant: 01704818 (ISSN)

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    Der Botanische Garten Montreal – 80 Jahre lang gestaltet nach den Prinzipien von Henry Teuscher / The Montreal Botanical Garden: 80 years of development according to Henry Teuscher's principles

    Vincent, Gilles, Labrecque, Michel
    Englera, 1 April 2013, Issue, pp.113-121 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Der Botanische Garten Montreal – 80 Jahre lang gestaltet nach den Prinzipien von Henry Teuscher / The Montreal Botanical Garden: 80 years of development according to Henry Teuscher's principles
    Auteur: Vincent, Gilles; Labrecque, Michel
    Sujet: Environmental studies -- Environmental social sciences -- Landscape architecture ; Biological sciences -- Biology -- Botany ; Biological sciences -- Biology -- Conservation biology ; Environmental studies -- Environmental social sciences -- Landscape architecture ; Biological sciences -- Biology -- Conservation biology ; Environmental studies -- Environmental education -- Conservation education ; Biological sciences -- Agriculture -- Agricultural sciences ; Environmental studies -- Environmental social sciences -- Landscape architecture ; Biological sciences -- Ecology -- Population ecology ; Biological sciences -- Agriculture -- Agricultural sciences
    Description: Der Botanische Garten Montreal wurde 1931 von dem Ordensgeistlichen Marie-Victorin (1885–1944) auf Beschluss des Exekutivkomitees der Stadt Montreal angelegt. Bruder Marie-Victorin hat den Garten zwar gegründet, war sich jedoch bewusst, dass seine Kenntnisse für dessen Ausgestaltung nicht reichen würden. Man empfahl ihm Henry Teuscher (1891–1984), der damals als Dendrologe am Botanischen Garten New York beschäftigt war. Vor seiner Anstellung als „first Superintendent" des Botanischen Gartens Montreal veröffentlichte er in der Zeitschrift Parks and Recreation einen Artikel mit dem Titel „Der botanische Garten der Zukunft". Diese Schrift wurde zum Masterplan für den botanischen Garten mit dem ersten Spatenstich 1936 und in den folgenden Jahren. Teuscher und Marie-Victorin hatten eine gemeinsame Vision: Ein moderner botanischer Garten sollte sich von normalen Gärten durch Schönheit, Struktur und Nützlichkeit unterscheiden. Teuscher war der Meinung, dass ein botanischer Garten vor allem eine Bildungseinrichtung sein muss, dessen Ästhetik Besucher neugierig macht und ihr Interesse an der Wissenschaft weckt. Von Anbeginn hat sich der Botanische Garten Montreal entsprechend den von Teuscher aufgestellten Prinzipien entwickelt. Heute, etwa 80 Jahre später, hat Montreal einen der schönsten und größten botanischen Gärten der Welt, der mit 22.000 Taxa und etwa 30 Themengärten jedes Jahr 1 Million Besucher anzieht. The Montreal Botanical Garden was founded by Brother Marie-Victorin (1885–1944) in 1931, following a City of Montreal Executive Committee resolution. Although Marie-Victorin was the garden's founder, he knew that he was not qualified to be its designer. It was recommended to him to enlist Henry Teuscher (1891–1984) who was working at the time as a dendrologist at the New York Botanical Garden. Before he was hired as the Montreal Botanical Garden's first superintendent, he published an article in the Parks and Recreation magazine entitled "The Botanical Garden of the Future." This would become the master plan for the Botanical Garden when construction started in 1936 and for all the years thereafter. Teuscher and Marie-Victorin shared a specific vision in which a modern Botanical Garden would be differentiated from ordinary gardens in terms of its beauty, organization and utility. Teuscher felt that a Botanical Garden must be an educational institution, above all, in which the aesthetic side would appeal to visitors' curiosity and awaken their interest in the sciences. Ever since, the Montreal Botanical Garden has been developed according to the principles laid out by Teuscher. Today, c. 80 years later, the Montreal Botanical Garden is one of the world's finest and largest, with its 22 000 taxa, some thirty thematic gardens and one million visitors every year.
    Fait partie de: Englera, 1 April 2013, Issue, pp.113-121
    Identifiant: 01704818 (ISSN)

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    The Response of a 16S Ribosomal RNA Gene Fragment Amplified Community to Lead, Zinc, and Copper Pollution in a Shanghai Field Trial.

    Kou, Shumeng, Vincent, Gilles, Gonzalez, Emmanuel, Pitre, Frederic E, Labrecque, Michel, Brereton, Nicholas J B
    Frontiers in microbiology, 2018, Vol.9, p.366 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Biomass and phytoextraction potential of three ornamental shrub species tested over three years on a large-scale experimental site in Shanghai, China

    Shang, Kankan, Hu, Yong Hong, Vincent, Gilles, Labrecque, Michel
    International Journal of Phytoremediation: Papers for the 2018 International Phytotechnology Conference in Novi Sad Serbia, 02 January 2020, Vol.22(1), pp.10-19 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    In vitro propagation of reed grass by somatic embryogenesis

    Lauzer, Denis, Dallaire, Sylvain, Vincent, Gilles
    Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture, 2000, Vol.60(3), pp.229-234 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: In vitro propagation of reed grass by somatic embryogenesis
    Auteur: Lauzer, Denis; Dallaire, Sylvain; Vincent, Gilles
    Sujet: Life Sciences ; Plant Sciences ; Plant Physiology ; Agriculture ; Engineering ; Biology;
    Description: A micropropagation system using regeneration via somatic embryogenesis from immature inflorescences has been optimized. This system is proposed for the production of the macrophyte Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. for the construction of wetlands used in wastewater purification. Embryogenic calli were produced in florets from inflorescences in the presence of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in the induction media. Up to 28.4% of the calli were embryogenic. Somatic embryos developed into plantlets when transferred to the regeneration medium lacking growth regulators. The addition of myo-inositol to the induction medium resulted in the highest number of plantlets on the regeneration medium. A decrease in the number of plantlets was observed when the embryogenic calli were maintained longer than three months on the induction medium. Plantlets can be further propagated by node culture. Plantlets were successfully acclimatized and developed normally showing no morphological differences when compared to seed-grown plants.
    Fait partie de: Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture, 2000, Vol.60(3), pp.229-234
    Identifiant: 0167-6857 (ISSN); 1573-5044 (E-ISSN); 10.1023/A (DOI)

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    Interspecific Hybridization between Common Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) and Giant Ragweed (A. trifida)

    Vincent, Gilles, Cappadocia, Mario
    Weed Science, 1 September 1987, Vol.35(5), pp.633-636 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Characterization of Reciprocal Hybrids of Common Ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, and Giant Ragweed, A. trifida

    Vincent, Gilles, Cappadocia, Mario
    Weed Science, 1 September 1988, Vol.36(5), pp.574-576 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The use of willow microcuttings for phytoremediation in a copper, zinc and lead contaminated field trial in Shanghai, China.

    Labrecque, Michel, Hu, Yonghong, Vincent, Gilles, Shang, Kankan
    International journal of phytoremediation, June 13, 2020, pp.1-7 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The use of willow microcuttings for phytoremediation in a copper, zinc and lead contaminated field trial in Shanghai, China.
    Auteur: Labrecque, Michel; Hu, Yonghong; Vincent, Gilles; Shang, Kankan
    Contributeur: Labrecque, Michel (correspondence author); Labrecque, Michel (record owner)
    Sujet: Microcuttings ; Salix ; Phytoextraction ; Trace Elements
    Description: A phytoremediation approach using willow microcuttings was tested on a large experimental site spiked with Cu, Pb and Zn. The objective was to verify if this approach allows plant establishment and effective extraction of contaminants. The experimental design consisted of four blocks divided into three plots, in which treatments (salts of the three metals) were randomly applied. Each plot was also subdivided to verify the effect of adding diverse compost treatments: no compost, vegetable garden waste compost (Compost 1), food waste compost (Compost 2) and a mix of Composts 1 and 2. Willow microcuttings ( Salix matsudana × alba) were scattered on the plots at a density of 60 m −2 . Nine months after the implementation, the number of stems developed, yield and concentration of metals in the aerial parts of the willows were measured. The presence of a contaminant did not affect the number of stems developed. However, the presence of Compost 1 had a significant effect on the number of stems... Article ahead-of-print.
    Fait partie de: International journal of phytoremediation, June 13, 2020, pp.1-7
    Identifiant: 1549-7879 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/15226514.2020.1773758 (DOI)

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    Use of Mixtures of Allelochemicals to Compare Bioassays Using Red Maple, Pin Cherry, and American Elm

    Véronneau, Hélène, Greer, Ann, Daigle, Stéphane, Vincent, Gilles
    Journal of Chemical Ecology, 1997, Vol.23(4), pp.1101-1117 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]