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Nuclear Markers (AFLPs) and Chloroplast Microsatellites Differ Between Fagus sylvatica and F. orientalis

. (1998): A network of international beech provenance trials. In: (TUROK. J., KREMER, A., DE VRIES S. G. M., ed^eds). First EUFOGEN Meeting on Social Broadleaves, Bordeaux. IPGRI, Rome. pp. 164-172.

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Effect of genetic relatedness among parents on gain in salt tolerance in progeny of crosses of Eucalyptus occidentalis

the tree species and provenances in response to salinity on a discharge site. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 43 : 1293–1302. M arcucci P oltri , S. N., N. Z elener , J. R odriguez T raverso , P. G elid and H. E. H opp (2003): Selection of a seed orchard of Eucalyptus dunnii based on genetic diversity criteria calculated using molecular markers. Tree Physiology 23 : 625–632. L owe , A., S. H arris and P. A shton (2004): Ecological genetics: design, analysis and application. Blackwell Publishing, Victoria, Australia. M oncur

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Use of genetic markers to build a new generation of Eucalyptus pilularis breeding population

References ALCORN, P. J., J. BAUHUS, R. G. B. SMITH, D. THOMAS, R. I. JAMES and A. NICOTRA (2008): Growth response following green crown pruning in plantation- grown Eucalyptus pilularis and Eucalyptus cloeziana. Can. J. For. Res. 38, 770-781. BROOKER, M. I. H. and D. A. KLEINIG (2006): Field Guide to Eucalypts. Vol.1. South-eastern Australia. 3rd ed. Bloomings, Melbourne, Australia. BURGESS, I. P. (1975): A provenance trial with blackbutt: 9 years results. Aust For. Res., 7, 1-9. CARNEGIE, A. J

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Genetic diversity and differentiation of Chilean plantations of Pinus radiata D. Don using microsatellite DNA markers

References ADAMS, W. (1981): Population genetics and gene conservation in Pacific Northwest conifers, pp. 401-415. In: Evolution Today, Proc 2nd Int Cong Syst Evol Biol, edited by C. G. E. SCUDDER and J. L. REVEAL. Hunt Inst Bot Document, Pittsburgh. ADES, P. K. and J. A. SIMPSON (1991): Variation in susceptibility to Dothistroma needle blight among provenances of Pinus radiata var. radiata. Silvae Genet. 40: 6-13. ALLENDORF, F. W. and R. F. LEARY (1986): Heterozygosity and fitness in natural populations of

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Linkage map construction and QTL analysis for Betula platyphylla Suk using RAPD, AFLP, ISSR and SSR

forestry university 27 (6): 1-3. JIANG, J., C. YANG, G. LIU, Y. LIU and X. REN (2001): Analysis of genetic variation within and among Betula platyphylla provenances and provenance division using RAPD markers. Bulletin of Botanical Research 21 (1): 126-130. JIANG, T., S. LI and F. GAO (2007): Genetic linkage map of Betula pendula Roth and Betula platyphylla Suk based on random amplified polymorphisms DNA markers. Hereditas (Beijing) 29 (7): 867-873. JONES, E. S., L. J. HUGHES, M. C. DRAYTON, M. T. ABBERTON, T. P. T

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Comparison of allelic diversity between native gene resource plantings and selections in open-pollinated progeny test of Pinus radiata D. Don.

References ADAMS, W. T. (1981): Population genetics and gene conservation in Pacific Northwest conifers. In: SCUDDER, G. G. E., REVEAL, J. L. (eds) Evolution today, Proc 2nd Int Cong Syst Evol Biol. Hunt lnst Bot Document, Pittsburgh, pp 401-415. ADES, P. K. and J. A. SIMPSON (1991): Variation in susceptibility to Dothistroma needle blight among provenances of Pinus radiata var. radiata. Silvae Genet 40: 6-13. AITKEN, S. N. (2000): Conserving adaptive variation in forest ecosystems. J Sustain For 10: 1

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Expected genetic gain and genotype by environment interaction in almond (Dipteryx panamensis (Pittier) Rec. and Mell) in Costa Rica

. Rev. For. Mesoamericana Kurú 13(30): 3-12. https://doi.org/10.18845/rfmk.v13i30.2455 Murillo O, Obando G, Badilla Y, Araya E (2001) Estrategia de mejoramiento genético para el Programa de Conservación y Mejoramiento Genético de Especies Forestales del ITCR/FUNDECOR, Costa Rica. Revista Forestal Latino­americana, 16(30), 273-285. Murillo O (2001) Genotype by environment interaction and genetic gain analy­sis on unbalanced data of Pinus oocarpa provenances. Agronomía Costarri­cense. 25(1): 21-32. Murillo O, Espitia M

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Parental and Consensus Linkage Maps of Eucalyptus globulus Using AFLP and Microsatellite Markers

, M., M. I. MARQUES-GARCIA, T. UREN, D. S. SMITH and G. F. MORAN (1996): Conservation and genetic diversity of microsatellite loci in the genus Eucalyptus. Australian Journal of Botany 44: 331-341. CARNEGIE, A. J., P. J. KEANE, P. K. ADES and I. W. SMITH (1994): Variation in susceptibility of Eucalyptus globulus provenances to Mycosphaerella leaf disease. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24: 1751-1757. CERVERA, M. T., C. PLOMION and C. MALPICA (2000): Molecular markers and genome mapping in woody plants, pp. 375-394. In: Molecular

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Short Note: Cleistogamy in Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. and its Genetic Implications

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In a provenance cum progeny trial comprising 13 provenances and 91 families of Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. of Australian and Papua New Guinean (PNG) origin, laid out in India in 2002, cleistogamy was found in a family emanating from CSIRO seed lot no. 13418, (tree no. DS000141) Sirinumu Sogeri Plat, PNG. This trait appears to be under genetic control, and presumably results in obligate selfing. This may lead to inbreeding depression in this family.

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Genetic Variation in Frost Damage and Seed Zone Delineation within an Altitudinal Transect of Pinus devoniana (P. michoacana) in Mexico

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We explored the patterning of genetic variation among Pinus devoniana Lindl. (also known as P. michoacana Martínez) populations to develop guidelines for seed and seedling movements, intended for improving the matching between genotypes and environments regarding frost tolerance, in reforestation programs. Open-pollinated seed from 16 populations along an altitudinal transect (1600 to 2450 m) were collected near Morelia, State of Michoacán, México. A common-garden provenance test, established with 2.5-year-old seedlings, was assessed for frost resistance conducting a laboratory frost damage test (-9°C). Results indicate that there were significant differences among provenances (P = 0.0261) for frost damage. Variation among provenances was structured as an altitudinal cline, with populations from lower altitudes being the least tolerant to frost. Linear regression statistics suggest that for each increment of 100 m of provenance altitude, there will be a 5.2% decrease in frost damage. We suggest the use of two provisional altitudinal seed zones of 400 m breadth each (lower and upper limits for zone 1: 1600 m and 2000 m of altitude; for zone 2: 2000 and 2400 m, respectively), and for reforestation of a given site, the use of seedlings originated from seed of the same seed zone or within ±200 m of altitude from the elevation of the reforestation site.

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