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Climate as possible reproductive barrier in Pinus radiata (D. Don) interspecific hybridisation
(Marin Dracea National Research-Development Institute in Forestry, 2017)
Historically, interspecific hybridisation with Pinus radiata D. Don had limited success. The effect of environmental conditions and position of pollination bags in the tree were investigated as possible hybridisation ...
Growth at the microscale : long term thinning effects on patterns and timing of intra-annual stem increment in radiata pine
Background: Stem radial growth in forests is not uniform. Rather, it is characterized by periods of relatively fast or slow growth, or sometimes no growth at all. These fluctuations are generally a function of varying ...