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Re-vegetation is urgently needed to increase the carbon sink for moderating atmospheric CO2 by forest ecosystem, especially northeastern part of Asia with large population. We partly plant fast-growing species, such as birch (Betula spp.), larch (Larix spp.) and poplar (Populus spp.) in...

Author(s)
Mao QiaoZhi; Watanabe, M.; Koike, T.
Publisher
Hokkaido University Forests, Sapporo, Japan
Citation
Eurasian Journal of Forest Research, 2010, 13-2, pp 69-76
Abstract

During 1987-95, poplar (Populus) hybrids grown at different densities and soil fertilization levels were analysed for yield and economic benefits. Populus × liaoningensis, P. deltoides and P. euramericana [P. canadensis] were recommended for the papermaking (pulpwood production) plantations in...

Author(s)
Yang ZhiYan; Bie WanLi; Wang ShengDong; Liang HonGen; Hou YuJie; Zhang XingFen
Citation
Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 1997, 19, 3, pp 93-96
Abstract

Quantitative analysis of genetic covariances was used to identify the critical morphological components of wood productivity and to evaluate the efficiency of indirect selection for these components at the four levels of biological organization: (1) leaf, (2) branch, (3) main stem and (4) whole...

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Wu, R. L.
Citation
Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 1994, 88, 6/7, pp 803-811
Abstract

Observations made during a 6-weeks stay in China. Points noted are the protection of loess soils by terracing and planting (largely with Robinia pseudoacacia), attempts to improve the management and protection of existing forests, and the establishment of Eucalypt and Poplar plantations. KEYWORDS:...

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Sourbier, J. M d. u.
Citation
Cahiers des ingenieurs agronomes, 1958, No. 128, pp 17-24
Abstract

Includes a list of Chinese Poplars with short notes on their distribution and salient growth characteristics, and some account of small-scale hybridizing experiments, producing over the period 1946-49 the numbers of seedlings noted in brackets against each cross: P. hopeiensis- X P. tremula var....

Author(s)
Ye, P. C.
Citation
Forestry Science, Peking, 1955, 1, 1, pp 37-46

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