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Provenance and genetic improvement strategies in tropical forest trees

R.D Barnes

Provenance and genetic improvement strategies in tropical forest trees

by R.D Barnes

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Published by Commonwealth Forestry Institute in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by R.D. Barnes and G.L. Gibson.
ContributionsGibson, G.L.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20778245M
ISBN 100850740789


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Provenance and genetic improvement strategies in tropical forest trees by R.D Barnes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Besides perenniality, forest trees display high levels of genetic and phenotypic variation across large areas covering variable environments, frequently showing latitudinal clines in the timing of. the genetic diversity of tropical trees, and then we will go in more details for some of the processes.

The genetic diversity is of fundamental function for the stability of forest ecosystems. An analysis of genetic architecture in populations of ponderosa pine. 5~59 in Proceedings of the Symposium on Isozymes of North American Forest Trees.

But a series of shade-house and field experiments now shows that in a tropical forest, it is the soil biota that is the main cause of this feedback, and that this effect is sufficient to explain Cited by: Resolving Tropical Forest Resource Concerns Through Tree Improvement, Gene Conservation and Domestication of New Species [Various IUFRO Contributors] on *FREE* shipping on Author: Various IUFRO Contributors.

Trees communicate via a "wood wide web" of roots and microbes in ways that enhance their growth and can reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.