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    There have been three comprehensive poplar bibliographies dating back to 1854 and the most recent contained literature published through 1988. Given that these bibliographies are outdated, the number of forestry/bioenergy related journals has increased dramatically (along with subsequent publications), and there have been profound advances in science (particularly in the areas of genetics and molecular biology) within the past two decades, development of the current bibliography was necessary. In addition to compiling the information, our objectives were to encourage publication in peer-reviewed journals and to enhance collaborations with partners outside the poplar community. The current bibliography contains 864 unique citations that are cross-listed among as many as three topic areas, resulting in 1,395 total entries. The topic areas are cell and tissue culture, conservation, diseases, economics and social science, general, genetics, global change, growth and productivity, insects and mites, physiology, phytotechnologies, silviculture, and wood science and wood products.

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    Zalesny, Ronald S., Jr.; Coyle, David R. 2013. Short rotation Populus: a bibliography of North American literature, 1989-2011. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-110. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 103 p.

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    Keywords

    hybrid poplar, short rotation woody crops, Populus, intensive forestry

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