Third Euforgen Meeting On Social Broadleaves

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Forest trees, conservation theory and methods. Pp. 71-78 in Genetic resources in
farm animals and plants. TemaNord 603. Nordic Council of Ministers,
Copenhagen. FAO, 1993. Ex situ storage of seeds, pollen and in vitro cultures of
perennial woody plant species. FAO Forestry Paper 113. Food and Agriculture
Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. FAO/IPGRI. 1994. Genebank
Standards. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome/
International Plant ...

Forest Genetics

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SEED MANAGEMENT Suszka, B., Muller, C. & Bonet-Masimbert, ML: Seeds of
Forest Broadleaves from Harvest to Sowing. INRA Editions, Paris, 1996, 294 pp.,
price FFR 310, ISBN 2-7380-0659-O BIODIVERSITY AND SUSTAINABLE
FORESTRY G. Miiller-Starck, editor, 1997: Biodiversitat und. is devoted to
herbaceous plants putting far less attention to woody plants. So readers engaged
with tissue culturing of agricultural crops and ornamentals would benefit by this
title much more ...

International Journal Of Forest Genetics

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Suszka, B., Muller, C. & Bonet-Masimbert, M.: Seeds of Forest Broadleaves from
Harvest to Sowing. INRA Editions, Paris, 1996, 294 pp., price FFR 310, ISBN 2-
7380-0659-0 G. Miiller-Starck, editor, I997: Biodiversitiit und nachhaltige
Forstwirtschaft [in German]. is devoted to herbaceous plants putting far less
attention to woody plants. So readers engaged with tissue culturing of agricultural
crops and omamentals would benefit by this title much more than those working
with forest tree ...

Issues In Life Sciences Molecular Biology 2011 Edition

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“In forest broadleaves from the temperate zone, a large number of species exhibit
seed dormancy phenomena. Tree seeds show some of the most pronounced and
complicated forms of dormancy in the plant kingdom,” scientists in Poland report.
“Many seeds are deeply physiologically dormant whatever their moisture level
and age. However, dormancy can usually be overcome by a cold or warm
stratification for several months. The transition from seed dormancy to
germination is a ...

Quarterly Journal Of Forestry

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J.W. Seeds of Forest Broadleaves: From Harvest to Sowing by B. Suszka, C.
Muller and M. Bonnet-Masimbert. Translated by A. Gordon from the French. INRA
Editions, France, 1996. Pp 319, numerous tables, figures and black and white
plates, 12 pages of colour plates, softback. Price FF3l0 plus FF30 p&p from: INRA
Editions, Route de St Cyr, 78026 Versailles Cedex, France. This attractive-
looking book starts by expressing concem at the high losses even today between
the time of ...

The Klamath Knot

Author: David Rains Wallace
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The first flowering plants may have been shrubby semiaquatics eking out a
humble existence between the rivers of the Dinosaur Age and the lush conifer,
cycad, and seed-fern forests. Their flowers and broad leaves may have been
stunted, retarded versions of the showy reproductive structures and palmlike
leaves of seed ferns or cycads, adapted to grab as much sunlight and produce as
many seeds as possible before the next flood tore the plant's branches off, or the
next drought ...

Growing Broadleaves For Timber

Author: Gary Kerr
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Forestry Commission. Table 4.2 Seed production of broadleaved trees in Britain
Note: Both rapidly growing trees and ones of coppice origin tend to bear seed
earlier than shown. Decline in seed production is not a sudden event and heavy
crops can occur, though with less regularity, well past 200 years of age for oak
and beech. 20 or more years prior to regeneration. 5 years prior. Species
Minimum seed- bearing age (years) Average interval between heavy seed crops
(years) Age ...

First Euforgen Meeting On Social Broadleaves

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Tree-improvement activities Research activities on the conservation of genetic
resources are usually associated with tree breeding. Conservation of genetic
resources aims at the reproduction of genetic diversity in the most valuable trees
and stands on a broad scale for the creation of productive and stable forests. The
phenotypically best-performing and most productive stands were classified as
seed stands. Plus stands of Social Broadleaves occupy 1758.6 ha. Among them
Q. robur ...

Natural Regeneration Of Broadleaves

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In France, 1949 is considered the mast year of the century and many crops were
successfully regenerated from that year's heavy seed fall. In Britain important
mast years are listed by Matthews (1963). For beech the years 1911, 1921, and
1945 have passed into forest lore, for oak 1919, and even for ash, which seeds
freely and frequently, 1939 and 1945 were noted for their phenomenal crops.
More recently 1965 was good for beech and, not surprisingly, 1976 produced
heavy seed ...