SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Beers, W. L. JR., Bivens, J. & Mocha, J. E. (1981). Pollen collection. In: Pollen Management Handbook (Ed. by E. C.Franklin). U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Agriculture Handbook No. 587.
  • Bonnet-Masimbert, M. (1987). Floral induction in conifers. A review of available techniques. In: IUFRO Symposium on Flowering and Seed Bearing in Forest Seed Orchards, Kornik, Poland, 2–7 September 1985 (Ed. by W. Chalupka). Forest Ecology and Management 19, 135146.
  • Boyer, W. D. & Woods, F. W. (1973). Date of pollen shedding by longleaf pine advanced by increased temperatures at strobili. Forest Science 19, 315318.
  • Bradbury, I. K. & Malcolm, D. C. (1978). Dry matter accumulation by Picea sitchensis seedlings during winter. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 8, 207213.
  • Cannell, M. G. R. (1987). Photosynthesis, foliage development and productivity of Sitka spruce. In: Sitka Spruce (Ed. byD. M. Henderson & R. Faulkner). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 93B, 6173.
  • Cannell, M. G. R., Tabbush, P. M., Deans, J. D., Hollings-Worth, M. K., Sheppard, L. J., Philipson, J. J. & Murray, M. B. (1990). Sitka spruce and Douglas-fir seedlings in the nursery and in cold storage: root growth potential, carbohydrate content, dormancy, frost hardiness and mitotic index. Forestry 63, 927.
  • Colangeli, A. M. & Owens, J. N. (1990). Effects of forcing on pollen cytology and fertilising potential in western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla). Forest Ecology and Management (in the press).
  • Dorman, K. W. (1976). The genetics and breeding of southern pines. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Agriculture Handbook No. 471.
  • Ericsson, A. (1978). Seasonal changes in translocation of 14C from different age-classes of needles on 20-year-old Scots pine trees (Pinus silvestris). Physiologia Plantarum 43, 351358.
  • Eriksson, G., Ekberg, I. & Jonsson, A. (1970). Meiotic investigations in pollen mother cells of Norway spruce cultivated in a plastic greenhouse. Hereditas 66, 120.
  • Johansen, D. A. (1940). Plant Microtechnique. McGraw-Hill. New York .
  • Jonsson, A. (1974). A study on the temperature response of pollen mother cells in Norway spruce. Studia Forestalia Suecica 116, 132.
  • Kulman, H. M. (1965). Effects of artificial defoliation of pine on subsequent shoot and needle growth. Forest science 11, 9098.
  • Kurmann, M. H. (1989). Pollen wall formation in Abies concolor and a discussion on wall layer homologies. Canadian Journal of Botany 67, 24892504.
  • Little, C. H. A. (1974). Relationship between the starch level at budbreak and current shoot growth in Abies balsamea L. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 4, 268273.
  • Loach, K. & Little, C. H. A. (1973). Production, storage and use of photosynthate during shoot elongation in balsam fir (Abies balsamea). Canadian Journal of Botany 51, 11611168.
  • Longman, K. A., Dick, J. MCP., Mugglestone, M. & Smith, R. I. (1986). Effects of gibberellin A4/7 and bark ringing on cone initiation in mature Picea sitchensis grafts. Tree Physiology 1, 101113.
  • Luomajoki, A. (1977). Effects of temperature on spermatophyte male meiosis. Hereditas 85, 3348.
  • Owens, J. N. & Blake, M. D. (1985). Forest tree seed production. A review of literature and recommendations for future research. Canadian Forest Services Information Report PI-X-53.
  • Owens, J. N. & Molder, M. (1976). Bud development in Sitka spruce. II. Cone differentiation and early development. Canadian Journal of Botany 54, 766779.
  • Owens, J. N. & Molder, M. (1980). Sexual reproduction of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis). Canadian Journal of Botany 58, 886901.
  • Philipson, J. J. (1987a). A review of coning and seed production in Picea sitchensis.. In: Sitka Spruce (Ed. by D. M. Henderson & R. Faulkner). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 93B, 183195.
  • Philipson, J. J. (1987). Promotion of cone and seed production by gibberellin A4/7 and distribution of pollen and seed cones on Sitka spruce grafts in a clone bank. In: IUFRO Symposium on Flowering and Seed Bearing in Forest Seed Orchards, Kornik, Poland, 2–7 September 1985 (Ed. by W. Chalupka). Forest Ecology and Management 19, 147154.
  • Phillips, R. L. (1981). Plant cytogenetics. In: Staining Procedures, 4th Edn. (Ed. by G.Clark), pp. 345346. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore & London .
  • Ross, S. D. (1985). Promotion of flowering in potted Picea engelntannii (Perry) grafts: effects of heat, drought, gibberellin A4/7, and their timing. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15, 618624.
  • Ross, S. D. (1988). Pre- and post-pollination polyhouse environment effects on pollen and seed development in potted Picea engelmannii grafts. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18, 623627.
  • Sarvas, R. (1972). Investigations on the annual cycle of development of forest trees. Active period. Communicationes Institati Forestalis Fenniae, 76; 1110.
  • Singh, H. (1978). Embryology of Gymnosperms, Gebrvider Born-traeger, Berlin .
  • Sweet, G. B. & Bollmann, M. P. (1970). Investigations into the causes of conelet drop in Pinus radiata in New Zealand. In: IUFRO, Section 22 Working Group Meeting on the Sexual Reproduction of Forest Trees, Varparanta, Finland 28.5–5.6, 1970. New Zealand Forest Service. Reprint No. 439.
  • Tompsett, P. B., Fletcher, A. M. & Arnold, G. M. (1980). Promotion of cone and seed production on Sitka spruce by gibberellin application. Annals of Applied Biology 94, 421429.
  • Willemse, M. TH. M. (1971). Morphological and quantitative changes in the population of cell organelles during micro-sporogenesis of Pinus sylvestris L. III. Morphological changes during the tetrad stage and in the young microspore. A quantitative approach to the changes in the population of cell organelles. Acta Botanica Neerlandica L. 20; 498523.
  • Winton, L. L. (1964). Meiosis and pollen release in white and black spruce and their hybrid. Minnesota Forestry Notes 154. School of Forestry, Minnesota .