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Molecular genetics and the effort to conserve southern hemlocks decimated by the Hemlock Woolly AdelgidAuthor(s): Kevin M. Potter; Robert M. Jetton; Lia Campbell; John M. Hastings; Sedley A. Josserand; Valerie D. Hipkins; C. Dana Nelson; William S. Dvorak
Source: 35th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionAn exotic insect is decimating populations of the two hemlock species native to the eastern United States, eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), a widespread and ecologically impo1iant tree species, and Carolina hemlock (T. caroliniana), a rare species endemic to the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
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CitationPotter, Kevin M.; Jetton, Robert M.; Campbell, Lia; Hastings, John M.; Josserand, Sedley A.; Hipkens, Valerie D.; Nelson, C. Dana; Dvorak, William S. 2019. Molecular genetics and the effort to conserve southern hemlocks decimated by the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. Absract 35th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. 1 p.
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