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    Presents 12 papers concerning recent research in forest genetics, physiology, and allied fields. Species discussed include cottonwood, white spruce, jack pine, white pine, aspen, and others. Emphasizes the role of tree improvement in increasing wood-fiber production.

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    USDA FS 1973. Joint proceedings of the 10th Lake States Forest Tree Improvement Conference & 7th Central States Forest Tree Improvement Conference, September 22-24, 1971. General Technical Report NC-3. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station


    tree breeding, fiber production, forest genetics, seed orchards

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