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The effects of temperature were investigated on terminal bud formation in seedlings of Populus × euramericana [P. canadensis] cv. 'I-214' grown under short-day conditions. When the night temperature was 25°C, a day temperature of 20-30°C had little influence on the critical photoperiod for terminal ...

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Kushida, T.; Yurugi, Y.; Nagata, H.
Citation
Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society, 1999, 81, 2, pp 116-119
Abstract

Includes Leguminosae (Lespedeza, Caragana spp., Hedysarum), Salicaceae (Populus spp., Salix spp.), Polygonaceae, Chenopodiaceae (Haloxylon spp.), Tamaricaceae (Tamarix spp.), Elaeagnaceae, Pinaceae (Pinus spp.), Compositae (Artemisia spp.), Sapindaceae (Xanthoceras sp.). A list of species is given, ...

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Tokuoka, M.
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Bulletin of the Kyoto Prefectural University Forests, 1994, No. 38, pp 113-150
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Forest plant succession following a severe disturbance on Mt. Usu in Hokkaido was studied. Plant succession by decurrent-growth species (e.g., Acer mono) and excurrent-growth species (e.g., Populus maximowiczii), and stand structure 8 yr and 14 yr after the volcanic eruption were assessed.

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Fujimoto, S.
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Japanese Journal of Ecology, 1993, 43, 1, pp 1-11
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Fujimoto, S.; Hasegawa, S.; Shinoda, S.
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Japanese Journal of Ecology, 1991, 41, 3, pp 247-255
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Records acreages planted with hybrid Poplar strains introduced into Japan since 1957, with details of diameter growth of 'I-214' which, with a mean diameter of 30 cm. at 7 years, compares favourably with growth in northern Italy. KEYWORDS: variety trials \ hybrids \ Populus 'I 214' \ increment \...

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Endo, Y.
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Wood Industry, 1965, 20, 12, pp 6-9
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The results are reported of experiments on breeding Aspen hybrids or cultivars suited to sunny slopes or dry sites in Japan. Crosses, including reciprocal crosses, were made between P. sieboldii, P. tremula var. davidiana, P. grandidentata and P. tremuloides. Progeny showing conspicuous hybrid...

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Takayama, Y.
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Nihon Ringaku Kai Shi = Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society, 1968, 50, 9, pp 267-73
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Presents extensive graphical data showing the growth of young P. japano-gigas from cuttings of various thicknesses, as observed mainly by their changes in weight in the first season of growth. KEYWORDS: nurseries \ forest nurseries \ Populus japano gigas \ vegetative propagation \ vegetative...

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Negisi, K.; Yagi, K.; Satoo, T.
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Nihon Ringaku Kai Shi = Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society, 1958, 40, 10, pp 421-37
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Includes growth data for plantation-grown crops on 4 sites at 30 years, showing m.a.i.'s from 4.2 to 8.7 cu.m./ha. Underplanting with Abies sp. after thinning (B or C grade) or a mixture with Alder are recommended. Cuttings (20-50 cm. long) planted on weeded land give a 90-95% stocking with 1st and ...

Author(s)
Matsui, Z.
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Research Bulletin of the College Experimental Forests, College of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, 1955, 17, 2, pp 665-714
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KEYWORDS: Cryptomeria japonica silviculture \ Populus tremuloides ecology

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Kamimura, T.
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Forest Economy, 1952, 5, 11, pp 23-29
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A preliminary report, using 20-cm. cuttings from 2-year-old shoots of (1) a 3-year-old, (2) a 25-year-old Populus davidiana, and keeping one group of each (a) in water, changed weekly, (b) in river sand and water, the latter changed every 3 days, (c) in a cellar at ca. 20°C. and 70-80% relative...

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Izuka, T.
Citation
Transactions 66th Mtg. Jap. For. Soc., 1956, pp 88-89

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