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Needle oils of three pine species and species hybridsAuthor(s): Robert Z. Callaham
Source: Forest Science, Volume 2(2): p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe composition and characteristics of the needle oils of western pines may provide criteria for distinguishing pine hybrids and may help explain why some needle-feeding insects select certain pine species as hosts.
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CitationCallaham, Robert Z. 1956. Needle oils of three pine species and species hybrids. Forest Science, Volume 2(2): p.
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