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Hardwood forests and plantations are an important economic resource for the forest products industry worldwide and to the international trade of lumber and logs. Hardwood trees are also planted for ecological reasons, for example, wildlife habitat, native woodland restoration, and riparian buffers…
Author(s): Paula M. Pijut, Keith E. Woeste, G. Vengadesan
Keywords: clonal propagation, cryopreservation, forest genetics, genetic transformation, organogenesis, plantation forestry, regeneration, somatic embryogenesis
Source: In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology - Plant. 43: 283-303.
Year: 2007
Research results and ongoing research activities in field performance of oak plantings, seedling propagation, genetics, acorn germination, and natural regeneration of oaks are described in 26 abstracts.
Author(s): D.R. Weigel, J.W. Van Sambeek, C.H., eds. Michler
Keywords: Plantations, propagation, regeneration
Source: 2004 October 18-20; West Lafayette, IN. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-262. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. 28 p.
Year: 2005
There is considerable interest in developing relaible methods for regenerating red oak (Quercus rubra) in Ontario. Traditional silviculture methods have not been successful in maintaining the curent levels of oak growing stock. In this paper, we review the ecology, physiology and reproductive…
Author(s): Daniel C. Dey, William C. parker
Keywords: regeneration, red oak, shelterwood, silviculture, ecophysiology
Source: Forest Research Information Paper. Issue 126. 1996. pp. 1-59
Year: 1996
In parts of Pennsylvania, oak regeneration after harvest cutting or natural disturbances has been very poor. Studies on the Tuscarora State Forest suggest that the primary cause of natural regeneration failure may be a lack of viable acorns; on some sites acorn insects and rodents destroy nearly…
Author(s): David A. Marquis, Philip L. Eckert, Benjamin A. Roach
Keywords: Oak trees, regeneration, damage by insects, damage by rodents, damage by deer
Source: Res. Pap. NE-356. Upper Darby, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 5p.
Year: 1976
Approaches for the development of disease-resistant butternut (Juglans cinerea L.) are reviewed. Butternut is a threatened fine hardwood throughout its natural range in eastern North America because of the invasion of the exotic fungus, Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum Nair, Kostichka and…
Author(s): C.H. Michler, P.M. Pijut, D.F. Jacobs, R. Meilan, K.E. Woeste, M.E. Ostry
Keywords: hybridization, polymorphism, regeneration, Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum, tree breeding, vegetative propagation
Source: Tree Physiology. 26:121-128.
Year: 2005
Presents the short-term effects of even-aged, uneven-aged, and no-harvest management on forest ecosystems included in the Missouri Ozark Forest Project (MOFEP). Individual papers address study design, site history, species diversity, genetic diversity, woody vegetation, ground layer vegetation,…
Author(s): S.R. Shifley, J.M., eds. Kabrick
Keywords: Forest management, avian communities, small mammals, herpetofauna, cavities, ground flora, growth, species diversity, regeneration, forest soils, oak herbivores, logging damage, timber harvest, woody vegetation, genetic diversity
Source: General Technical Report NC-227. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. 227 p.
Year: 2002
A convincing case can be made that current land-use patterns in the Central Hardwood region reflect a significant underutilization of our land-based resources. A land-use strategy is required that would allow landowners who are interested in converting marginal crop lands to forests, or…
Author(s): H. E. 'Gene' Garrett
Keywords: hardwood, agroforestry, regeneration
Source: General Technical Report NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station
Year: 2003
The purpose of this study was to examine survival of regeneration in small openings. Six forest stands were located in 1990 and three understory treatments were applied to each in early 1991. In each stand, six sizes of openings were created in 1992 ranging in size from 0.025 ac to 0.50 ac.…
Author(s): Martin A. Spetich, David L. Graney
Keywords: advance reproduction, regeneration, Arkansas, Boston Mountains
Source: General Technical Report NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station
Year: 2003
The significance of the urban forest resource and the powerful forces for change in the urban environment make sustainability a critical issue in urban forest management. The diversity, connectedness, and dynamics of the urban forest establish the context for management that will determine the…
Author(s): John F. Dwyer, David J. Nowak
Keywords: Urban forest, adaptive management, collaborative, sustainability, regeneration, tree systems, forest health
Source: Journal of Arboriculture 29(1):49-55
Year: 2003
Across the range of northern red oak, managers have problems sustaining current stocking of northern red oak in forests. Oak species are adapted to frequent stand disturbances that reduce the abundance of shade tolerant competitors and control fast-growing pioneer species. A widely recommended…
Author(s): Daniel C. Dey, Gary W. Miller, John M. Kabrick
Keywords: northern red oak, silviculture, ecology, regeneration, thinning, stand development
Source: In: Deal, R.L., tech. ed. Integrated restoration of forested ecosystems to achieve multiresource benefits: proceedings of the 2007 national silviculture workshop; 2007 May 7-10; Ketchikan, AK. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-733. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: 91-105.
Year: 2008
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