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Douglas-fir provenance phenology observations

, C., Lipa, W. & Menzel A. (1992). Guidelines for plant phenological observations. Lavadinović, V., Koprivica, M. & Isajev V. (2004). Phenological characters of Douglas-fir provenances in Serbia. Silva Balcanica, 4(1), 89-94. Lavadinović, V. Isajev, V. & Miletić Z. (2010). Significance of genetic potential of Douglas-fir introduced provenances in Serbia for the ranking of their adaptation to climate changes. In IUFRO and EFI International scientific conference “Forest ecosystems and climate changes” (pp. 71-80). Belgrade, 9-10th March

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Provenance experiment with spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst. and Picea obovata (Ledeb.)) in the North of Russia (Arkhangelsk region)

R eferences Aarrestad P.A., Myking T., Stabbetorp O.E., Tollefsrud M.M. 2014. Foreign Norway spruce ( Picea abies ) provenances in Norway and effects on biodiversity. NINA Report 1075, Trondheim, Norway. Andreassen K., Solberg S., Tveito O.E., Lystad S.L. 2006. Regional differences in climatic responses of Norway spruce ( Picea abies L. Karst.) growth in Norway. Forest Ecology and Management , 222, 211–221. Giertych M. 1989. Genetic value of local Scots pine: Forest genetics, breeding and physiology of woody plants (in Russian). In

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Provenance by site interaction and stability analysis of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) provenances grown in common garden experiments

, R., G. BOZIC, D. GÖMÖRY, G. HUBER, E. RASZTOVITS and G. VON WÜHLISCH (2010): The survival and performance of beech provenances over a Europe-wide gradient of climate, pp. 115-126. In: Monografias INIA: Serie Forestale No. 22. Genetic Resources of European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.), edited by I. Aranda. Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria, Madrid, ES. AMMER, C., E. BICKEL and C. KOLLING (2008): Converting Norway spruce stands with beech - a review of arguments and techniques. Austrian Journal of Forest Science 125

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Comparison of French and German sessile oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.) provenances

Literature B acilieri , R., A. D ucousso and A. K remer (1995): Genetical, morphological, ecological and phenological differentiation between Quercus petraea ((Matt.) Liebl.) and Q. robur (L) in a mixed stand of northwest of France. Silvae Genet. 44 : 1–10. B arzdajn , W. (1993): Preliminary results of an experiment with Polish provenances of pedunculate oak ( Quercus robur L) and sessile oak ( Q. petraea [Matt] Liebl). Ann. For. Sci. 50, Suppl. 1 (Genetics of oaks): 222–227. B ecker , H. C. and J. L éon (1988): Stability analysis in

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Growth, Stem Quality and age-age Correlations in a Teak Provenance Trial in Tanzania

. Ser. No. 2. Academic Press, London. HENDERSON, C. R. (1984): Applications of linear models in animal breeding. University of Guelph, Canada, 462 pp. KADAMBI, K. (1972): Silviculture and management of teak. Bulletin No. 24. Scholl of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas, 137 pp. KAOSA-ARD, A. (2000): Gains from provenance selection. In: T. ENTERS and C. T. S. NAIR (eds.). Site, Technology and Productivity of Teak Plantations. Proceedings, Bangkok, 2000. FORSPA publication No. 24/2000. Teaknet

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Provenance by Site Interaction of Pinus densiflora in Korea

International Ltd. London. CHOI, W. Y., W. S. TAK, K. B. YIM and S. S. JANG (1999): Delineation of provenance regions of forests based on climate factors in Korea. J. Kor. For. Soc. 88: 379-388. DICKERSON, G. E. (1962): Implications of genetic-environment interactions in animal breeding. Animal Production 4: 47-63. FINLAY, K. W. and G. N. WILKINSON (1963): The analysis of adaptation in a plant-breeding programme. Aust. J. Agric. Res. 14: 742-754. FOX, P. N., J. CROSSA and I. RAMAGOSA (1997): Multi

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Geographic Variation and Local Growth Superiority for Coastal Douglas-fir – Rotation-age Growth Performance in a Douglas-fir Provenance Test

. Northwest For. Range Exp. Stn., Res. Note 239. CALLAHAM, R. Z. (1964): Provenance research: Investigation of genetic diversity associated with geography. Unasylva 18: 40-50. CAMPBELL, R. K. (1979): Genecology of Douglas-fir in a watershed in the Oregon Cascades. Ecology 60: 1036-1050. CAMPBELL, R. K. and F. C. SORENSEN (1978): Effect of test environment on expression of clines and on delimitation of seed zones in Douglas-fir. Theor. Appl. Genet. 51: 233-246. CHEVERUD, J. M., G. P. WAGNER and M. M. DOW (1989

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The results of an 18–year old beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) provenance trial in the Łobez Forest District

References Barzdajn W. 2002. Proweniencyjna zmienność buka zwyczajnego ( Fagus sylvatica L.) w Polsce w świetle wyników doświadczenia proweniencyjnego 1992/1995 [Provenance variability of common beech ( Fagus sylvatica L.) related to the results of the provenance trial of 1992/1995 series]. Sylwan, 146 (2): 5-34. Barzdajn W., Rzeźnik Z., Kowalkowski W. 2002. Doświadczenie proweniencyjne nad zmiennością buka zwyczajnego ( Fagus sylvatica L.) serii 1993/1995 w Polsce [Provenance trials on the variability of European

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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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Performance of Acacia senegal (L.) Willd Provenances in Dryland Savannah of Niger

): Analyse statistique dans le cadre de l’amelioration génétique forestière en zone soudanosahelienne: Cas d’un essai de provenances d’Acacia senegal. Faculté Universitaire des Sciences agronomiques de Gembloux, Gembloux. RADDAD, E.Y. and O. LUUKKANEN (2006): Adaptive genetic variation in water-use efficiency and gum yield in Acacia senegal provenances grown on clay soil in the Blue Nile region, Sudan. Forest Ecology and Management 226: 219-229. RAEBILD, A., B. O. DIALLO, L. GRAUDAL, M. DAO, M. and J. SANOU (2003a): Evaluation of a

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