genecological investigation of the annual rhythm of Pinus silvestris L. En genekologisk undersökning av årsrytmen hos Pinus silvestris L. by Mats Hagner

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Published by Royal College of Forestry in Stockholm .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Scots pine -- Hardiness.,
  • Biological rhythms in plants.,
  • Acclimatization (Plants)

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Other titlesEn genekologisk undersökning av årsrytmen hos Pinus silvestris L.
SeriesStudia forestalia Suecica,, nr. 80
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LC ClassificationsSD211 .S84 nr. 80
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Pagination40 p.
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL5733343M
LC Control Number70549927

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Andersson, B., and Westin, J.,Frystestresultat för material (Pinus sylvestris L.) frill svenska och finska tallfröplantager och naturbestând (Results of freezing tests on Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings from Swedish and Finnish seed orchards and natural stands), The Institute for Forest Improvement, Uppsala, Report 1–Author: Jan-Erik Nilsson.

A genecological investigation of the annual rhythm of Pinus contorta Dougl. and a comparison with Pinus silvestris L. Technical Report. Stockholm: Predecessors to SLU > Royal School of Forestry, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

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