Symposium on Clonal Forestry
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Symposium on Clonal Forestry Uppsala, Sweden, April 8-9 1981. by Symposium on Clonal Forestry (Sweden) (1981 Uppsala, Sweden)

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Published by Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Dept. of Forest Genetics in Uppsala .
Written in English


  • Cloning -- Scandinavia -- Congresses.,
  • Plant cell culture -- Congresses.,
  • Forest genetics -- Scandinavia -- Congresses.

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SeriesRapporter och uppsatser / Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, Institution fo r skogsgenetik = -- Research notes / Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Genetics -- 32., Rapporter och uppsatser (Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet. Institutionen fo r skogsgenetik) -- 32.
ContributionsSveriges lantbruksuniversitet. Institutionen fo r skogsgenetik.
The Physical Object
Pagination131 p. :
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14376038M
ISBN 109157609594

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About this book Clonal forestry has come of age. Basic techniques in genetics and biotechnology of other organisms are generally applicable to forest trees. However, there are some differences, in particular in the juvenile- and maturation-related regeneration. Leakey RRB () Clonal forestry in the tropics — a review of developments, strategies and opportunities. Comm For Rev –75 Google Scholar Li H-L () The origin and cultivation of shade and ornamental trees. Univ Penn Press, Philadelphia, pp Google ScholarCited by: Techniques of cloning forest trees and, for that matter, of clonal forestry are not new. Cloned trees have been used for a very long time. Kleinschmit et al. (Chap. 2, Vol. 2) provide histories of the use of clones for various forestry purposes, and found evidence for serial grafting of Ficus clones for about years and for air-layering of. The present chapter aims to present, based on the authors’ practical experience, an overview on the most successful approaches that may be used during the different phases of eucalypt breeding.

Agroforestry, urban forestry and christmas-tree farming are covered, along with more traditional multiple-use forestry and high-intensity forestry for biomass, wood and fiber production. Clonal forestry is contrasted to the more recent developments of "family forestry", and the classical tree-improvement approach relying on seed-orchards. In Symposium on Clonal Forestry. Res No Uppsala Google Scholar 5. ARNOLD S VON Importance of genotype on the potential for in vitro adventitious bud production of Picea abies. Part of the Forestry Sciences book series (FOSC, volume 14) Symposium on clonal forestry. Department of Forest Genetics, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, p. Google Scholar. Farmer, R.E. Vegetative propagation and the genetic improvement of North American hardwoods. In: 45 (p. –). Distinguished as the oldest and most renowned Forestry and Environment Symposium in South Asia, the International Forestry and Environment Symposium is the premier event where researchers, academia, professionals, policy makers and the industry meet to discuss and learn about the latest developments in forestry and environment sectors.

clonal selection in prunus mahaleb rootstocks (g. baumann) possible sources of rootstock variation in the nursery (b.h. howard) growth and yield of golden delicious on m. 9a and on three other m.9 rootstock sources (h.j. van oosten) comparison of m 9 clonal selections with respect to growth and cropping of three apple varieties (g. engel). (PDF) PROCEEDINGS OF THE REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON RECENT ADVANCES IN MASS CLONAL MULTIPLICATION OF FOREST TREES FOR PLANTATION PROGRAMMES. John Davidson (ed). 1- 8 Dec , Bogor, Indonesia. UNDP/FAO Project RAS/91/, FIELD DOCUMENT No FAO: Los Banos, Philippines, March | John D Ferchak - Production costs, genetic fidelity, and performance of in vitro regenerated plants will determine the future of micropropagation in clonal forestry. Although true-to-type plants are the desired goal of a clonal forestry program, micropropagation may not always yield high fidelity clonal regenerants. The UNDP/FAO Regional Project on Improved Productivity of Man-Made Forests Through Application of Technological Advances in Tree Breeding and Propagation (FORTIP) covers 10 countries in South and South East Asia. These proceedings include papers presented at the 4 sessions of the symposium: Operational technology and methods of mass clonal multiplication (5 papers - fodder trees, .