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Of six selected clones compared in the greenhouse, clone 5328 had the highest leaf surface area and dry matter production after coppicing. Initial stump volume appeared important to coppice growth. In field studies of four clones, after coppicing, root growth increased in both horizontal and...

Author(s)
Lee, D. K.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International, B, 1979, 39, 7, pp 3072B
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Liquidambar styraciflua, Liriodendron tilupifera, Populus deltoides and Platanus occidentalis were inoculated with Diplodia gossypina in wounds made mechanically or with heat. All four tree species were susceptible to the pathogen in varying degrees. Mortality rate was greatest for L. tulipifera,...

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Jones, J. P.; Rowan, S. J.
Citation
Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society, 1974, 1, pp 161
Abstract

Ramdial, B.S. Application of multiple-use techniques to justify protection of a mangrove swamp forest in Trinidad. 142-143. Chandrasekharan, C. Multiple-use forestry: problems and projects in Asia and the Pacific. p. 144. Chaudhry, M.A.; Silim, S. Agro-silviculture in Uganda: a case study for...

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Zube, E.; Krebill, R. (Moderators)
Citation
General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service, Washington, DC, 1980, No. WO-25, pp 140-154
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When cuttings from the stem of a Lombardy Poplar were suspended in a dark damp chamber for 5-6 days, the root primordia emerged normally. Exposure to continuous light, however, completely inhibited them. Exposure to light for 1% of the time, on a short, repeating, 6-minute cycle also resulted in...

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Shapiro, S.
Citation
Plant Physiology, 1955, 30, Suppl., pp vii-ix
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In greenhouse experiments, when hybrid Poplar cuttings were grown in the presence of Phleum pratense at full, half and zero densities, in optimum moisture, nutrient and soil-atmospheric conditions, there were no significant differences among treatments in height growth or root numbers of cuttings;...

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Aird, P. L.
Citation
Desiert. Abstr., 1958, 18, 3, pp 739-40

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