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Kenneth Howse

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David Shapiro

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Atif Awad and Ishak Yussof

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Branislav Šprocha, Pavol Tišliar and Luděk Šídlo

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Rebecca Sear

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Majda Istenič

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Gazmend Amzai and Aleksandar Stojanovic

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Sasha Frade and Clifford Odimegwu

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Sławomir Kurek and Milena Lange

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M. Ertekin

Forest Tree Seeds and Tree Breedings, No:3 (132/7), Ankara, Turkey. BILIR, N., K. S. KANG and H. ÖZTURK (2002): Fertility variation and gene diversity in clonal seed orchards of Pinus brutia, Pinus nigra and Pinus sylvestris in Turkey. Silvae Genetica 51: 112-115. BILIR, N. KANG, K. S., ZANG, D. and D. LINDGREN (2004): Fertility variation and status number between a base population and a seed orchard of Pinus brutia. Silvae Genetica 53: 161-163. BURCZYK, J. and W. CHALUPKA (1997): Flowering and cone production variability