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8. Collecting, Processing, and Storing Seeds
The process of depleting a population of the best genetic properties so that future populations are weaker than the original populations is called genetic ...
Tara Luna and Kim M. Wilkinson
8. Control de Plagas y Enfermedades
8. Needle Cast Diseases of Pines
Katy M. Mallams
8. References
Clark W. Lantz
9. Appendix
Clark W. Lantz
9. Cosecha, Transporte y Almacenamiento
9. Passalora Blight
Charles S. Hodges and Michelle M. Cram
9. Seed Germination and Sowing Options
How seeds are handled, treated, and sown can affect the genetic diversity and the quality of the crop produced. Growers need to balance the desire for uniform ...
Tara Luna, Kim M. Wilkinson and R. Kasten Dumroese
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D. George W. Edwards
Abies guatemalensis
Ana Lucrecia E. de Macvean
The Ability of Hypovirulent Isolates and Mixtures of Hypovirulent Isolates to Control Artificially Established Virulent Cankers
ABSTRACT.--The ability of hypovirulent (H) isolates of Endothia parasitica to alter the normal morphology of virulent (V) isolates was determined by ...
Mark L. Double
Abnormal Strains of Endothia parasitica Associtated with Large Surviving American Chestnut Trees
Richard A. Jaynes
About, Acknowledgments, and Introduction
© Above- and below-ground nutrient tissue concentration and leaf pigment changes in Patagonian woody seedlings grown under lightand soil moisture gradients
© Abrupt drops in water table level influence the development of Populus nigra and Salix alba seedlings of different ages
Abscisic Acid Analogs Reduce Planting Stress in Newly Planted Seedlings
A research program examined whether specific abscisic acid (ABA) analogs could maintain good water balance of interior spruce seedlings under environmentally ...
Raymund S. Folk and Steven C. Grossnickle
Abscisic acid levels in embryos and megagametophytes of Pinus taeda L.
Abscisic acid (ABA) was quantified in developing zygotic embryos and megagametophytes of loblolly pine using indirect ELISA. On a per tissue basis, the ...
Jeffrey F. D. Dean, R. H. Kapik and Ronald J. Dinus
The Absence of Glyphosate Residues in West Soil and the Adjacent Watercourse After a Forestry Application in New Brunswick
Gregory W. Adams, J. David Miller and Troy Smith
Abstract
Information on nursery site selection, establishment, and operation is presented for both bare root and containerized nurseries. Topsoil texture, ...
Charles B. Davey
Abstract and Foreward
On January 8 and 9, 1980, a 2-day meeting of the U.S. Forest Service American chestnut cooperators was held at Pipestem State Park, Pipestem, West Virginia. ...
H. Clay Smith
Abstract of Effect of Methyl Bromide Fumigation on Germination of Southern Pine Seed
Seed entering the United States are inspected and usually fumigated with methyl bromide to prevent entry of insects into this country.4 Since there has been ...
J. E. Mabry, Jr., John C. Barber and LeRoy Jones
Acacia auriculiformis
John K. Francis
Acacia auriculiformis A. Cunn. ex Benth.
Leguminosae (Mimosoideae)
John A. Parrotta
Acacia farnesiana
John K. Francis
Acacia farnesiana (L.) Willd.
Leguminosae (Mimosoideae)
John A. Parrotta
Acacia koa
James A. Allen
Acacia koa: A Review of its Diseases and Associated Fungi
Acacia koa (koa), among the most prominent overstory species of native Hawaiian forests, is affected by a number of diseases, including those caused by rust ...
Donald E. Gardner
Acacia mangium
John K. Francis
Acacia mearnsii
J. Rodriquez and V. M. Nieto
Acacia melanoxylon
J. Rodrigues and V. M. Nieto
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