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Variation in damage from growing-season frosts among open-pollinated families of red alder

Kevin C Peeler

Variation in damage from growing-season frosts among open-pollinated families of red alder

by Kevin C Peeler

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Red alder -- Oregon,
  • Red alder -- Washington (State),
  • Trees -- Growth -- Frost damage

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVariation in damage from growing season frosts among open pollinated families of red alder
    StatementKevin C. Peeler and Dean S. DeBell
    SeriesResearch note PNW -- RN-464, Research note PNW -- 464
    ContributionsDeBell, Dean S, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13611098M

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Variation in damage from growing-season frosts among open-pollinated families of red alder / Related Titles. Series: Research note PNW ; By. Peeler, Kevin C. DeBell, Dean S. Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.) Type.

Book Material. Variation in damage from growing-season frosts among open-pollinated families of red alder. [Portland, Or.?]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Variation in damage from growing-season frosts among open-pollinated families of red alder by Peeler, Kevin C ; DeBell, Dean S ; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)Pages: The purpose of the study was to estimate among- and within-population variation for juvenile growth and for growth rhythm traits, bud flushing and leaf colouring, in open-pollinated families of.

Variation among and within an average of 15 open-pollinated families (comprising 21 seedlings per family) for each population was analysed for six size and timing traits obtained from fitted.

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The strength of population divergence and local adaptation for phenotypic traits is typically estimated as Q ST, the proportion of total genetic variation due to among‐population variation (Spitze ; Howe et al.

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- DeBell, Dean S. - Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.). The strength of population divergence and local adaptation for phenotypic traits is typically estimated as Q ST, the proportion of total genetic variation due to among‐population variation (Spitze ; Howe et al.

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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Chapter 6. E x t e r n a l Fa c t o r s The soil Soil pH Soil fertility Soil moisture and rainwater Nutrients and feeding Life above ground. Germ days This open pollinated melon produces oval fruit up to 7" long and weighing 1/2 pounds.

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In this thesis genecology, phylogeography, and quantitative genetics of red alder were investigated. Further, literature with respect to red alder product values, market demand, forest resources, and red alder biology were reviewed.

Implications of these aspects for genetic resources management were evaluated and a breeding strategy for red alder in British Columbia was developed. Genetic. Luostarinen, K.

and Möttönen, V. Radial variation in the anatomy of Betula pendula wood from different growing sites. Baltic Forestry 16 (2): – Radial trend in several anatomical characteristics is a well known phenomenon in tree trunks, as. United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Proceedings RMRS-P May National Proceedings: Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations At the end of the growing season, only % (loamy soil) and % (sandy soil) of the initial radiocesium was transferred to the plant biomass (including belowground plant parts).

Stem wood contained the lowest concentration of Cs among all plant parts analyzed. Variation in damage from growing-­season frosts among open-­pollinated families of red alder Charles Romley Alder Wright Diels-­Alder Trapping of Photochemically Generated o-­Quinodimethane Intermediates: An Alternative Route to Photocured Polymer Film Development/5(6).

Variation in damage from growing-­season frosts among open-­pollinated families of red alder Charles Romley Alder Wright Diels-­Alder Trapping of Photochemically Generated o-­Quinodimethane Intermediates: An Alternative Route to Photocured Polymer Film Development/5(4).

proceedings of central european silviculture.Variation among species is significant, but flower buds usually become wider and longer as they grow and may differ in color and shape from vegetative buds. In some species, such as flowering dogwood (Cornus florida L.), flower buds are distinctive in shape and large enough by late summer (July to August) for easy identification, thus providing 5/5(1).

Variation in damage from growing-season frosts among open-pollinated families of red alder. Treesearch. Kevin C. Peeler; Dean S. DeBell. Repeated growing-season frosts during late April and early May caused extensive damage to red alder (Alnus rubra Bong.) seedlings in a newly planted research trial in western Washington.

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