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. B. LOW and M. A. MILLER (1997): Native provenances of Pinus radiata in New Zealand: performance and potential. New Zealand Forestry 41(4): 32-36. BURDON, R. D., A. FIRTH, C. B. LOW and M. A. MILLER (1998): Multi-site provenance trials of Pinus radiata in New Zealand. Forest Genetic Resources 26: 3-8. ELDRIDGE, K. G. (1978): Refreshing the genetic resources of radiata pine plantations. CSIRO Division of Forest Research, Genetics Section Report, No. 7, 120 pp. FALKENHAGEN, E. R. (1991): Provenance variation in Pinus radiata at six sites in South Africa. Silvae

. Sesja Naukowa , 86: 131-147. Banach J. 2010. Adaptation of selected provenances of pedunculate oak ( Quercus robur L.) under conditions of the Carpathian submontane zone in Southern Poland. Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, ser. Forestry and Wood Technology , 73: 83-96. Banach J. 2011. Przeżywalność i wysokość dębu szypułkowego ( Quercus robur L.) testowanego na powierzchni doświadczalnej “Chrostowa I” w Nadleśnictwie Brzesko. Leśne Prace Badawcze , 72 (1): 5-15. Banach J., Lenowiecki K. 2011. The occurrence of insect pests on pedunculate oak

. WALFORD (2001): Wood stiffness and bending strength in relation to density in four native provenances of Pinus radiata. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 31: 130-146. BURDON, R. D. and C. A. LOW (1992): Genetic survey of Pinus radiata. 6. Wood properties: variation, heritabilities, and interrelationships with other traits. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 22: 228-245. BURDON, R. D., A. FIRTH, C. B. LOW and M. A. MILLER (1997): Native provenances of Pinus radiata in New Zealand: performance and potential. New Zealand Forestry 41(4): 32-36. BURDON, R. D., A

References ADES, P. K. and J. A. SIMPSON (1991): Variation in susceptibility to Dothistroma needle blight among provenances of Pinus radiata var. radiata. Silvae Genetica 40: 6-13. BURDON, R. D. (1992): Genetic survey of Pinus radiata. 9: General discussion and implications for genetic management. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 22: 274-298. BURDON, R. D. and C. B. LOW (1992): Genetic survey of Pinus radiata. 6: wood properties: variation, heritabilities, and interrelationships with other traits. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 22: 228-245. BURDON

References AITKEN, S. N., S. YEAMAN, J. A. HOLLIDAY, T. WANG and S. CURTIS-MCLANE (2008): Adaptation, migration or extirpation: climate change outcomes for tree populations. Evolutionary Applications 1(1): 95-111. CARRASQUINHO, I. and E. GONÇALVES (2013): Genetic variability among Pinus pinea L. provenances for survival and growth traits in Portugal. Tree Genetics & Genomes 9(3): 855-866. CASTELLANOS-BOLAÑOS, J. F., E. J. T. GARZA, Ó. A. A. CALDERÓN, J. J. PÉREZ, M. MUSALEM-SANTIAGO and R. LÓPEZ-AGUILLÓN (2008): Estructura de bosques de pino pátula bajo manejo en

syrup, carob powder and bioethanol could to be interested in mature carob pods. However, in nutritional and functional term, the immature fruits are the preferred, since they contained the highest levels of phenolic content at the unripe stage ( 12 ).Therefore, it is necessary to study the biochemical variation of the carob pods harvested from different regions of Tunisia and evaluate its susceptibility to ripening process. This study aims to classify different carob provenance at different harvest dates based on their sugar content and bioactive phenolic compounds

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, Serbia Lavadinović, V., Miletić, Z., Isajev, V. & Krstć M. (2011a). Variability of nitrogen content in the needles of Douglasfir (Pseudotsuga Menziesii Mir / Franco) provenance

. ADES (2002): The proportion of leaf spots caused by Mycosphaerella cryptica and M. nubilosa on Eucalyptus globulus, E. nitens and their F1 hybrids in a family trial in Tasmania, Australia. Aust. Mycol. 2: 53-63. CARNEGIE, A. J. and P. K. ADES (2003): Mycosphaerella leaf disease reduces growth of plantation-grown Eucalyptus globulus. Aust. For. 66: 113-119. CARNEGIE, A. J., P. K. ADES, P. J. KEANE and I. W. SMITH (1998): Mycosphaerella diseases of juvenile foliage in a eucalypt species and provenance trial in Victoria, Australia. Aust. For. 61: 190-194. CARNEGIE, A

(2005): Variability studies in teak. J. Ecobiol. 17: 29-34. BHAT, K. M. and P. B. PRIYA (2004): Influence of provenance variation on wood properties of teak from the Western Ghat region in India. Int. Assoc. Wood Anat. J. 25: 273-282. EARL, D. A. and B. M. VONHOLDT (2012): STRUCTURE HARVESTER: a website and program for visualizing STRUCTURE output and implementing the Evanno method. Conserv Genet Resour 4: 359-361. EVANNO, G., S. REGNAUT and J. GOUDET (2005): Detecting the number of clusters of individuals using the software STRUCTURE: a simulation study. Mol Ecol 14

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: 3-26. ARANDA, I., L. GIL and J. PARDOS (1996): Seasonal water