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Development and characterization of microsatellite loci for Cedrela fissilis Vell (Meliaceae), an endangered tropical tree species

species that grow in Argentinean subtropical forests, as a valuable tool for population genetic studies. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 53: 8-16. STYLES, B. T. (1981): Swietenioideae. In: Pennington, T.D., Styles, B.T., Taylor, D.A.H. (Eds.), Meliaceae. Flora Neotropica Monograph. Botanical Garden, New York, USA, pp. 359-418.

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Short note: Development, characterization and cross-amplification of eight EST-derived microsatellites in Salix

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Genetic Variation and Structure of native and introduced Casuarina equisetifolia (L. Johnson) Provenances

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Inheritance and Genetic Gain in Wood Stiffness in Radiata Pine Assessed Acoustically in Young Standing Trees

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Three microsatellite multiplex PCR assays allowing high resolution genotyping of white spruce, Picea glauca

in other spruce species. Molecular and General Genetics 264: 871-882. SELKOE, K. A. and R. J. TOONEN (2006): Microsatellites for ecologists: a practical guide to using and evaluating microsatellite markers. Ecology Letters 9: 615-629. ROUSSET, F. (2008): Genepop’007: a complete re-implementation of the GenePop software for Windows and Linux. Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 103-106. VALLONE, P. M. and J. M. BUTLER (2004): AutoDimer: a screening tool for primer-dimer and hairpin structures. Biotechniques 37: 226-231.

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Strategies for Optimal Deployment of Related Clones into Seed Orchards

seed from seed orchards by using the better clones in higher proportions. Silvae Genetica 35: 173-177. LINDGREN, D. and K.-S. KANG (1997): Status number - a useful tool for tree breeding. Research Report of the Forest Genetic Research Institute of Korea 33, pp. 154-165. LINDGREN, D. and T. J. MULLIN (1998): Relatedness and status number in seed orchard crops. Can. J. For. Res. 28: 276-283. LINDGREN, D. and F. PRESCHER (2005): Optimal clone number for seed orchards with tested clones. Silvae Genetica 54: 80

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Development and characterization of 10 microsatellite markers from Wisteria floribunda (Fabaceae)

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Primer Note: Microsatellite-AFLP development for Araucaria araucana (Mol.) K. Koch, an endangered conifer of Chilean and Argentinean native forests

transferability of SSRs to five species of Araucariaceae: a useful tool for population genetic studies in Araucaria araucana . Forest Systems 20 : 303–314. R obertson , A., M. H ollingsworth , C. J. K ettle , R. A. E nnos and M. F. G ardner (2004): Characterization of nuclear microsatellite in New Caledonian Araucaria species. Molecular Ecology Notes 4 : 62–63. R ozen , S. and H. J. S kaletsky (2000): Primer 3 on the WWW for general users and for biologist programmers, pp 365–386. In: Bioinformatics Methods and Protocols: Methods in Molecular Biology, edited

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Development and characterization of chloroplast simple sequence repeat markers for Prunus taxa (eleven Japanese native taxa and two foreign taxa)

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Genetic structure and diversity of Polylepis australis (Rosaceae) tree populations from central Argentina: Implications for forest conservation

specific tools for genome fingerprinting. Plant Molecular Biology Report 19 : 2092–21. http://lamar.colostate.edu/pub/wbc4 . C ingolani , A. M., D. R enison , M. Z ak and M. C abido (2004): Mapping vegetation in a heterogeneous mountain rangeland using Landsat data: an alternative method to define and classify land-cover units. Remote Sensing of Environment 92 : 84–97. C ingolani , A., D. R enison , P. T ecco , D. G urvich and M. C abido (2008): Predicting cover types in a mountain range with long evolutionary grazing history: a GIS approach. Journal

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