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Trees growing in their natural habitat represent a valuable resource for elucidating mechanisms of adaptation to environmental constraints. Along the Erqis river, there are various Populus forests, which provide 'natural laboratories' for studying tree ecophysiological responses to their habitat....

Author(s)
He CaiYun; Zheng ShuXing; Zhang JianGuo; Duan AiGuo; Zeng YanFei; Cui Kai; Sederoff, R.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tree Physiology, 2010, 30, 11, pp 1383-1390
AbstractFull Text

The floodplain groves along the lowland stream of the Danube are extremely varied climatic ecosystems which sustain a biodiversity of global importance. The research reviews the current trends and the objectives set for the ecological network of protected areas in the territory of the European...

Author(s)
Yakimov, M.; Kalmoukov, K.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Proceedings of the Biennial International Symposium, Forest and Sustainable Development, Brașov, Romania, 15-16th October 2010, 2011, pp 109-114
Abstract

On the floodplain subjected to periodic flooding along the Upper Rhine attempts to establish pedunculate oak through natural regeneration and seeding have been unsuccessful. Pedunculate oak could only be introduced through the cautious planting of tall seedlings. Even then the loss of seedlings may ...

Author(s)
Kühne, C.; Röhrig, E.; Bartsch, N.
Publisher
J.D. Sauerländer's Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Citation
Schriften aus der Forstlichen Fakultät der Universität Göttingen und der Niedersächsischen Forstlichen Versuchsanstalt, 2005, No.140, pp 133-137
Abstract

Results are presented of trials on Populus alba and P. canescens clones in central Hungary, and a new yield table is presented for Populus section Leuce in central Hungary.

Author(s)
Rédei, K.
Citation
Erdészeti Kutatások, 1991, 82/83, pp 304-312
Abstract

A list is given of 18 poplar clones acceptable for registration under the Forest Reproductive Material Regulations (1977) in the UK, with botanical and cultural notes and general recommendations for their use. Clones are included on the basis that they can produce high yields of good quality timber ...

Author(s)
Tabbush, P.
Publisher
Farnham, UK
Citation
Research Information Note - Forestry Authority Research Division, 1995, No. 265, pp 3 pp.
Abstract

A short account based on a tour in Aug. 1968. The indigenous Poplars are Populus davidiana, P. glandulosa, P. koreana, P. maxinmowiczii and P. simonii with a natural hybrid, P. X tomentiglandulosa (corresponding to the European P. canescens). P. nigra var. italica, P. alba and P. sieboldii have...

Author(s)
Giordano, G.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1969, 20, 2, pp 51-8
Abstract

Data from a sand-culture experiment in which the amounts of N, P, K, Ca and Mg were varied revealed that seedlings from the P. tremuloides X P. canescens cross grew faster (as reflected in green-weight production) than those from the P. canescens X P. tremuloides, P. tremuloides X P. tremuloides or ...

Author(s)
Einspahr, D. W.
Citation
Genet Physiol. Note Inst. Chem., Appleton, Wis., 1968, No. 4, pp 17
Abstract

In a study with 25-cm. long cuttings of mature wood placed in a mist propagator at monthly intervals throughout the year, rooting response was ca. 100% from January to April, 85-94% from May to Aug., and declined to virtually nil from Sept. to Dec. Fresh weights of roots showed a similar pattern....

Author(s)
Pena, J.; Vieitez, E.
Citation
An. Edafol. Agrobiol., 1968, 27, 5/6, pp 405-16
Abstract

Trials (on sandy soils, with a water table 2 m. below the surface) of irrigation regimes varying as to quantity and timing (by development stage and season, or by reference to precipitation or soil moisture) indicated that Populus alba and P. canescens seedlings did not need regular irrigation...

Author(s)
Papp, L.
Citation
Erdeszeti Kutatasok, 1966, 62, 1/3, pp 193-201
Abstract

Includes: The shoot-pruning of Poplar saplings (L. Papp) [timing, manner and severity of branch removal, including the use of branchless stems for deep planting]; Thinning trials with Populus 'Robusta' at Naghegyes (B. Toth); Insects attacking Poplars in Hungary (P. Szontagh) [cf. F.A. 29 No....

Citation
Erdo, 1967, 16, 7, pp 289-329

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