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Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science - Vol 190 (2001)

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Articles

Tree improvement: what has South Africa achieved?: guest editorial EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Neville P Denison 1-2
Text of speech by Minister Ronnie Kasrils MP to IUFRO Conference on "Forest genetics for the next millennium" Durban 8 to 13 October 2000. Kasrils, Ronnie: The African Acacias - a thorny subject EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RD Barnes 5-18
Positioning tree improvement programs to utilize advances in new technologies EMAIL FULL TEXT
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WS Dvorak 19-24
A manager's view of tree improvement - towards designer fibres: maximising value from applied tree improvement EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C Harvett 25-30
Breeding strategies for forest trees: concepts and challenges EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T White 31-42
Growth and provenance variation of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis as an exotic species EMAIL FULL TEXT
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GR Hodge, WS Dvorak, JL Romero 43-52
Operational deployment of genetic gain EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R Pallett, T Stanger, A Morris, C Clarke 53-60
Are Eucalyptus clones advantageous for the pulp mill? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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CRE Clarke 61-66
Plantation disease and pest management in the next century EMAIL FULL TEXT
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MJ Wingfield, J Roux, T Coutinho, P Govender, BD Wingfield 67-72
Evolutionary relationships of Slash Pine (Pinus elliottii) with its temperate and tropical relatives EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RC Schmidtling, V Hipkins 73-78
Alternative eucalypt species for Zululand: seven year results of site: species interaction trials in the region EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RAW Gardner 79-88
Prospects of eucalypt species, including interspecific hybrids from South Africa, for hardwood plantations in marginal subtropical environments in Queensland, Australia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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DJ Lee, DG Nikles, GR Dickenson 89-94
Collection and conservation of Pinus maximartinezii, a rare and endangered pine species EMAIL FULL TEXT
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JL Romero, TK Stanger, WS Dvorak 95-98
Indirect genetic selection of end-products wood properties: a method suitable for both tropical and temperate forest trees EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P Rozenberg, A Franc, G Chantre, V Baonza 99-104
An industrial evaluation of a stand level grading system for Pinus patula EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P Turner, KA Megown, V Grzeskowiak, RA Megown, J Pauck, D Alborough 105-114


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