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Douglas-fir provenance phenology observations

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Dependence of douglas-fir mean height on geographic origin of canadian provenances in seedling nursery conditions

, 40-41, 137-145. Lavadinović, V., Isajev, V. & Koprivica M. (1996a). Efect of seed germination on survival and height of two-year old Douglas-fir of different provenances. Genetica, 28, 2, 103-114. Lavadinović, V. & Koprivica M. (1996b). Dependence of Young Douglas-fir stands of different provenances on beech sites in Serbia. Proceedings from the IUFRO Conference (pp. 390-400). Copenhagen. Lavadinović, V., Koprivica, M. & Marković N. (1996c). Comparison of diameter and height of twenty Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga

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Morphological characteristics and variation of wood, cone and seed productions in the reforestation of Aleppo pine in Northeastern Tunisia using terrestrial and spatial index approaches

. (2000). Variabilité mophométrique chez le pin d’Alep ( Pinus halepensis Mill.) et perspectives d’amélioration génétique. Les Annales l’INRGREF (pp. 78–118). Khouja, M.L., Boughecha, K. & Zid E. (2006). Germination des provenances de pin d’Alep ( Pinus halepensis Mill.) en conditions de stress osmotique. Les Annales de l’INRGREF , Numéro spécial, 201‒218. Malcolm, D.C., Mason, W.L. & Clarke G.C. (2001) The transformation of conifer forests in Britain regeneration, gap size and silvicultural systems. For. Ecol. Manag ., 151, 7–23. DOI: 10.1016/S0378

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Soil Heterogeneity Reflected in Biogeography of Beech Forests in the Borderland Between the Bohemian Massif and the Outer Western Carpathians

, 84, 505-573. Knollová, I. & Chytrý M. (2004). Oak-hornbeam forests of the Czech Republic: geographical and ecological ap- proaches to vegetation classification. Preslia, 76, 291-311. KuČera, A., RejŠek, K., Dundek, P., Marosz, K., Samec, P. & Sýkora J. (2011). Specification of the beechwood soil environment based on chosen soil properties, aiming at the Faseta paupera habitat. J. For. Sci., 57, 185-191. Lisá, L. & Uher P. (2006). Provenance of Würmian loess and loess-like sediments of Moravia and Silesia (Czech Republic): a study of zircon typology and

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