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International Review of Forestry Research, Volume 3 reviews some areas of forest science that are of growing importance. The book discusses the advances in poplar breeding; the economics of yield planning; and the mycorrhizal inoculation in afforestation. The text also describes the heart rots in living trees; and the biochemical approaches to forest genetics. People involved in forest research, silviculture, and populiculture will find the book invaluable.
Contents of Previous Volumes
Recent Advances in Poplar Breeding
II. Species, Hybrids, and Their Nomenclature
IV. Genotypes and Heredity
V. Selection and Breeding
VI. Controlled Hybridizations
VII. Breeding for Particular Purposes
The Economics of Yield Planning
I. Definition of Terms
II. The Historical Development of Yield Planning
III. Preconditions for Rational Yield Planning
IV. Standard Treatments
V. Yield Planning in Practice
Mycorrhizal Inoculation in Afforestation
II. History and Present Use of Mycorrhizal Inoculation
III. Technique of Inoculation
IV. Introduced and Spontaneous Infection
Heart Rots in Trees
II. Fungi Causing Heart Rot
III. Infection Courts
IV. Establishment of Heart Rot Fungi
V. Progress of Heart Rots
VI. Detection of Heart Rots
VII. Estimation of Decay in Living Trees
VIII. Control of Heart Rots in Forest Stands
Biochemical Approaches to Forest Genetics
II. Basic Concept of Inheritance
III. Inheritance in Trees
V. Summary and Conclusions
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- © Academic Press 1970
- 1st January 1970
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
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