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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 taxifolia Britt.). Proceedings of the Scientific Papers, Second Balkan Scientific Conference on Study, Conservation and Utilisation of Forest

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 provenance trial of Acacia senegal at Djibo, Burkina Faso. Trial no. 5 in the Arid Zone Series. DFSC Results and Documentation 7, Danida Forest Seed