Home Publications Tree Improvement and Genetics Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference 23rd Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference (1975)

23rd Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference (1975)

Rutgers University. New Brunswick, New Jersey. August 4-7 1975.

Publication Lysis of Fungal Pathogens by Tree Produced Enzymes--A Possible Disease Resistance Mechanism in Trees
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Publication The Effects of Various Intensities of Light on the Growth of Four Sources of Black Cherry
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Publication A System for Summarizing Superior Tree Records and Status Information
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Publication Technique of Mass Producing Jackii Poplar Seed Under Greenhouse Conditions
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Publication Monoterpene Variability on Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Miller) Provenances
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Publication Growth of Some Selected Exotic Firs (Abies spp.) Over Three Growing Seasons in Wolcott, Vermont
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Publication Inheritance of Resin Acids in an Interspecific White Pine Cross
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Publication Breeding and Testing Pitch x Loblolly Pine Hybrids for the Northeast
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Publication Weevil- Induced Resin Crystallization Related to Resin Acids in Eastern White Pine
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Publication Sex and the Single Gypsy Moth or Mating Disruption for Gypsy Moth Population Manipulation
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Publication Large Outdoor Cage Tests with Eastern White Pine Being Tested in Field Plots for White Pine Weevil Resistance
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Publication Development of Unpollinated Ovules of Quaking Aspen
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Publication Genetic Variation in Red Maple Rootstocks
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Publication Nursery Evaluation of a Pitch Pine Provenance Trial
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Publication Poplar Culture
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Publication Fusiform Rust Resistance of Progeny From Natural Loblolly x Shortleaf Pine Hybrids
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Publication Breeding for Resistance to Chestnut Blight at the University of Tennessee
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Publication Dutch Elm Disease
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Publication Survival, Growth, and Resistance to Chestnut Blight of Chestnut Hybrids and Selected Families of Chinese Chestnut, 20 Years After Establishment
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Publication Growth Rates of Eighty Scotch Pine Populations at Fourteen Years in Maryland
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Publication New Developments in Chestnut Research
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