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Historical tectonism and climate oscillations can isolate and contract the geographical distributions of many plant species, and they are even known to trigger species divergence and ultimately speciation. Here, we estimated the nucleotide variation and speciation in three closely related Populus...

Author(s)
Du ShuHui; Wang ZhaoShan; Ingvarsson, P. K.; Wang DongSheng; Wang JunHui; Wu, Z. Q.; Tembrock, L. R.; Zhang JianGuo
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Molecular Ecology, 2015, 24, 19, pp 4994-5005
Abstract

High rates of triploidy have recently been described in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) of the Intermountain West, raising questions about the contributions of triploidy to stand persistence and dynamics. In this study, we investigated cytotype differences between diploid and triploid...

Author(s)
DeRose, R. J.; Mock, K. E.; Long, J. N.
Publisher
NRC Research Press, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2015, 45, 1, pp 1-8
Abstract

Comprises: Landscape and climate of Canada (J. S. Maini); Silvics and ecology of Populus in Canada (J. S. Maini); Silviculture and management of natural Poplar stands (J. M. Jarvis); Poplar breeding in Canada (C. Heimburger); Silviculture and management of Poplar plantations (J. H. G. Smith);...

Author(s)
Maini, J. S.; Cayford, J. H.
Citation
Dep. Publ. For. Br. Can., 1968, No. 1205, pp 257 pp.
Abstract

Part I compares various climatic factors (annual and seasonal temperatures, precipitation, length of growing season, etc.) and various climatic indices, for a number of French, Italian and Spanish and some German and U.S. stations. Part II compares (a) the diameter growth of hybrid Poplars...

Citation
Bull. Serv. Cult. Etud. Peuplier et Saule, Paris, 1961, No. 1; 2, pp 6-37; 7-49
Abstract

In making practical assessments of the suitability of a site for a given exotic, three different approaches appear to be necessary. For intensively cultivated plantation (e.g. Poplars) only climatic limits need be considered, since other requirements, e.g. water, nutrients, can be met by...

Author(s)
Hofmann, H.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1960, 111, 7, pp 348-61
Abstract

cf. F.A. 31 No. 1785.] Contains the following sections: The Poplar in Turkey (J. Chardenon) [describes the Populus and Salix spp. indigenous to and/or currently grown in Turkey]; Selection and breeding (M. Sekawin) [a detailed account of Poplar breeding at the Institute]; A study of chlorosis (J....

Publisher
FAO, Rome, Italy
Citation
Institut du peuplier Turquie. Vol. 2. Rapport technique., 1969, pp ix + 655 pp.
Abstract

The paper follows, in the main, the section in F.A.O. Forestry and Forest Products Studies No. 12, dealing with Poplar growing in forests other than alluvial floodplain types, and discusses suitable sites for Aspen, Black, White and Grey Poplars and their hybrids, their propagation, natural and...

Author(s)
Leibundgut, H.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1958, 109, 3, pp 198-209
Abstract

Contains the following articles dealing with "accelerated cultivation" of fast-growing species in Italy [cf. F.A. 22 No. 1828]: Accelerated cultivation of woody species in the agri-silvicultural economy (G. Piccarolo); The present and future situation of production and consumption of wood in Italy...

Citation
Monti e Boschi, 1962, 13, 11/12, pp 485-650
Abstract

A study was made of soil, climatic, microclimatic, and microbiological factors contributing to the differential height growth in two portions of a 15-year-old plantation of Liriodendron tulipifera. Microclimatic factors, due to the presence in one case of an old-growth mixed hardwood stand on the...

Author(s)
Shipman, R. D.; Rudolph, V. J.
Citation
Technical Bulletin. Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, 1954, No. 242, pp 44
Abstract

The natural regeneration of felled areas depends largely upon the conditions brought about by logging and the inherent characteristics of the tree species concerned. In order to forecast how different forest species will react to a given form of cutting it is necessary to know as much as possible...

Author(s)
Koroleff, A.
Citation
Forestry Chronicle, 1944, 20, pp 188-91

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