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    Author(s): John KabrickDaniel Dey
    Date: 2001
    Source: Notes for forest managers. No. 5 (May 2001).:[8] p.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: North Central Research Station
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    This issue of Notes For Forest Managers provides a concise summary of important silvical characteristics of Missouri's bottomland trees. It focuses on species adaptations to or tolerances of, environmental and site conditions. It is a compilation of information from seven different references cited in the text.

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    Kabrick, John; Dey, Daniel. 2001. Silvics of Missouri bottomland tree species. Notes for forest managers. No. 5 (May 2001).:[8] p.


    Bottomland forests, Forest trees, Silviculture, Shade, Light regime, Longevity, Lifespan, Growth rate, Seed dispersal, Reproductive behavior, Flooding tolerance, Missouri

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