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    1. Weaver, T; Gustafson, D; Lichthardt, J
      Exotic plants in early and late seral vegetation of fifteen northern RockyMountain environments (HTs)

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Braun, M; Dieffenbach, A; Matzner, E
      Soil solution chemistry in the rhizosphere of beech (Fagus silvatica L.) roots as influenced by ammonium supply

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    3. Perks, MP; Monaghan, S; O'Reilly, C; Osborne, BA; Mitchell, DT
      Chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics, performance and survival of freshly lifted and cold stored Douglas fir seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    4. Brendel, O
      Does bulk-needle delta C-13 reflect short-term discrimination?

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    5. von Aderkas, P; Lelu, MA; Label, P
      Plant growth regulator levels during maturation of larch somatic embryos

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Lait, CG; Bates, SL; Kermode, AR; Morrissette, KK; Borden, JH
      Specific biochemical marker-based techniques for the identification of damage to Douglas-fir seed resulting from feeding by the western conifer seed bug, Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann (Hemiptera : Coreidae)

      INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Watson, E; Luckman, BH
      Dendroclimatic reconstruction of precipitation for sites in the southern Canadian Rockies

      HOLOCENE
    8. Parlade, J; Cohen, M; Doltra, J; Luque, J; Pera, J
      Continuous measurement of stem-diameter growth response of Pinus pinea seedlings mycorrhizal with Rhizopogon roseolus and submitted to two water regimes

      MYCORRHIZA
    9. Fernando, DD; Owens, JN; Yu, XS; Ekramoddoullah, AKM
      RNA and protein synthesis during in vitro pollen germination and tube elongation in Pinus monticola and other conifers

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    10. Miller, RE; Smith, J; Anderson, H
      Detecting response of Douglas plantations to urea fertilizer at three locations in the Oregon Coast Range

      USDA FOREST SERVICE PACIFIC NORTHWEST RESEARCH STATION RESEARCH PAPER
    11. Forward, BS; Tranbarger, TJ; Misra, S
      Characterization of proteinase activity in stratified Douglas-fir seeds

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Bates, SL; Lait, CG; Borden, JH; Kermode, AR
      Effect of feeding by the western conifer seed bug, Leptoglossus occidentalis, on the major storage reserves of developing seeds and on seedling vigorof Douglas-fir

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Chen, Z; Kolb, TE; Clancy, KM
      Mechanisms of Douglas-fir resistance to western spruce budworm defoliation: bud burst phenology, photosynthetic compensation and growth rate

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Monserud, RA; Marshall, JD
      Time-series analysis of delta C-13 from tree rings. I. Time trends and autocorrelation

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Marshall, JD; Rehfeldt, GE; Monserud, RA
      Family differences in height growth and photosynthetic traits in three conifers

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Curt, T; Bouchaud, M; Agrech, G
      Predicting site index of Douglas-Fir plantations from ecological variablesin the Massif Central area of France

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    17. O'Neill, GA; Adams, WT; Aitken, SN
      Quantitative genetics of spring and fall cold hardiness in seedlings from two Oregon populations of coastal Douglas-fir

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    18. Tashe, NC; Schmidt, MG
      The impact of vine maple on site fertility of coastal temperate forests

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    19. Mitchell, AK
      Growth limitations for conifer regeneration under alternative silvicultural systems in a coastal montane forest in British Columbia, Canada

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    20. Kelsey, RG; Joseph, G
      Attraction of Scolytus unispinosus bark beetles to ethanol in water-stressed Douglas-fir branches

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    21. Smith, JP; Schowalter, TD
      Aphid-induced reduction of shoot and root growth in Douglas-fir seedlings

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    22. Schreuder, MDJ; Brewer, CA
      Effects of short-term, high exposure to chlorine gas on morphology and physiology of Pinus ponderosa and Pseudotsuga menziesii

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    23. Schreuder, MDJ; Brewer, CA
      Persistent effects of short-term, high exposure to chlorine gas on physiology and growth of Pinus ponderosa and Pseudotsuga menziesii

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    24. Forrest, I; Tabbener, H; Cottrell, J; Connolly, T
      The genetic structures of a range of Douglas-fir provenance collections after planting in different European countries, assessed with two biochemicalmarker systems

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    25. Miller, JM; Williams, RJ; Farquhar, GD
      Carbon isotope discrimination by a sequence of Eucalyptus species along a subcontinental rainfall gradient in Australia

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    26. Lewis, JD; Lucash, M; Olszyk, D; Tingey, DT
      Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis in Douglas fir seedlings during the third and fourth year of exposure to elevated CO2 and temperature

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    27. Yao, C; Moreshet, S; Aloni, B
      Water relations and hydraulic control of stomatal behaviour in bell pepperplant in partial soil drying

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    28. Joseph, G; Kelsey, RG; Peck, RW; Niwa, CG
      Response of some scolytids and their predators to ethanol and 4-allylanisole in pine forests of central Oregon

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    29. Ishii, H; Wilson, ME
      Crown structure of old-growth Douglas-fir in the western Cascade Range, Washington

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    30. Tammi, H; Timonen, S; Sen, R
      Spatiotemporal colonization of Scots pine roots by introduced and indigenous ectomycorrhizal fungi in forest humus and nursery Sphagnum peat microcosms

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    31. Prasolova, NV; Xu, ZH; Farquhar, GD; Saffigna, PG; Dieters, MJ
      Canopy carbon and oxygen isotope composition of 9-year-old hoop pine families in relation to seedling carbon isotope composition, growth, field growth performance, and canopy nitrogen concentration

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    32. Hagerman, SM; Sakakibara, SM; Durall, DM
      The potential for woody understory plants to provide refuge for ectomycorrhizal inoculum at an interior Douglas-fir forest after clear-cut logging

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    33. Mah, K; Tackaberry, LE; Egger, KB; Massicotte, HB
      The impacts of broadcast burning after clear-cutting on the diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with hybrid spruce seedlings in central British Columbia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    34. Brandeis, TJ; Newton, M; Cole, EC
      Underplanted conifer seedling survival and growth in thinned Douglas-fir stands

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    35. Chen, Z; Kolb, TE; Clancy, KM; Hipkins, VD; DeWald, LE
      Allozyme variation in interior Douglas-fir: association with growth and resistance to western spruce budworm herbivory

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    36. Shiraishi, S; Maeda, H; Toda, T; Seido, K; Sasaki, Y
      Incomplete paternal inheritance of chloroplast DNA recognized in Chamaecyparis obtusa using an intraspecific polymorphism of the trnD-trnY intergenicspacer region

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    37. Curt, T; Lucot, E; Bouchaud, M
      Douglas-fir root biomass and rooting profile in relation to soils in a mid-elevation area (Beaujolais Mounts, France)

      PLANT AND SOIL
    38. Kwon, M; Bedgar, DL; Piastuch, W; Davin, LB; Lewis, NG
      Induced compression wood formation in Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in microgravity

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    39. Zhang, HB; Horgan, KJ; Reynolds, PHS; Norris, GE; Jameson, PE
      Novel cytokinins: The predominant forms in mature buds of Pinus radiata

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    40. Sala, A; Carey, EV; Callaway, RM
      Dwarf mistletoe affects whole-tree water relations of Douglas fir and western larch primarily through changes in leaf to sapwood ratios

      OECOLOGIA
    41. Schreuder, MDJ; van Hove, LWA; Brewer, CA
      Ozone exposure affects leaf wettability and tree water balance

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    42. Dahlberg, A
      Community ecology of ectomycorrhizal fungi: an advancing interdisciplinaryfield

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    43. Shang, H; Cui, JZ; Li, CS
      Pityostrobus yixianensis sp nov., a pinaceous cone from the Lower Cretaceous of north-east China

      BOTANICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    44. Shen, GH; Moore, JA; Hatch, CR
      The effect of nitrogen fertilization, rock type, and habitat type on individual tree mortality

      FOREST SCIENCE
    45. Ahuja, MR
      Recent advances in molecular genetics of forest trees

      EUPHYTICA
    46. Ishii, H; Ford, ED
      The role of epicormic shoot production in maintaining foliage in old Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas-fir) trees

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    47. Guy, RD; Holowachuk, DL
      Population differences in stable carbon isotope ratio of Pinus contorta Dougl. ex Loud.: relationship to environment, climate of origin, and growth potential

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    48. Lait, CG; Bates, SL; Morrissette, KK; Borden, JH; Kermode, AR
      Biochemical assays for identifying seeds of lodgepole pine and other conifers fed on by Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann (Hemiptera : Coreidae)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    49. Wurzburger, N; Bidartondo, MI; Bledsoe, CS
      Characterization of Pinus ectomycorrhizas from mixed conifer and pygmy forests using morphotyping and molecular methods

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    50. Pawlowski, T; Szczotka, Z
      Qualitative changes in the proteins of cotyledons during cold and warm stratification of Acer platanoides seeds

      ACTA SOCIETATIS BOTANICORUM POLONIAE
    51. Apple, ME; Olszyk, DM; Ormrod, DP; Lewis, A; Southworth, D; Tingey, DT
      Morphology and stomatal function of Douglas fir needles exposed to climatechance: Elevated CO2 and temperature

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    52. Sullivan, TP; Sullivan, DS; Lindgren, PMF
      Small mammals and stand structure in young pine, seed-tree, and old-growthforest, southwest Canada

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    53. Sillett, SC; McCune, B; Peck, JE; Rambo, TR; Ruchty, A
      Dispersal limitations of epiphytic lichens result in species dependent on old-growth forests

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    54. Graca, J; Pereira, H
      Methanolysis of bark suberins: Analysis of glycerol and acid monomers

      PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS
    55. Shimizu, KK; Okada, K
      Attractive and repulsive interactions between female and male gametophytesin Arabidopsis pollen tube guidance

      DEVELOPMENT
    56. Dahlstrom, JL; Smith, JE; Weber, NS
      Mycorrhiza-like interaction by Morchella with species of the Pinaceae in pure culture synthesis

      MYCORRHIZA
    57. Owens, JN; Bruns, D
      Western white pine (Pinus monticola Dougl.) reproduction: I. Gametophyte development

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    58. Tillman-Sutela, E; Kauppi, A
      Structures contributing to the completion of conifer seed germination

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    59. Hashimoto, Y; Hyakumachi, M
      Quantities and types of ectomycorrhizal and endophytic fungi associated with Betula platyphylla var. japonica seedlings during the initial stage of establishment of vegetation after disturbance

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    60. Riggs, RA; Tiedemann, AR; Cook, JG; Ballard, TM; Edgerton, PJ; Vavra, M; Krueger, WC; Hall, FC; Bryant, LD; Irwin, LL; Delcurto, T
      Modification of mixed-conifer forests by ruminant herbivores in the blue mountains ecological province

      USDA FOREST SERVICE PACIFIC NORTHWEST RESEARCH STATION RESEARCH PAPER
    61. Robinson, RM; Sturrock, RN; Davidson, JJ; Ekramoddoullah, AKM; Morrison, DJ
      Detection of a chitinase-like protein in the roots of Douglas-fir trees infected with Armillaria ostoyae and Phellinus weirii

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    62. Lewis, JD; McKane, RB; Tingey, DT; Beedlow, PA
      Vertical gradients in photosynthetic light response within an old-growth Douglas-fir and western hemlock canopy

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    63. Brunner, A; Nigh, G
      Light absorption and bole volume growth of individual Douglas-fir trees

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    64. Van Wijk, MT; Dekker, SC; Bouten, W; Bosveld, FC; Kohsiek, W; Kramer, K; Mohren, GMJ
      Modeling daily gas exchange of a Douglas-fir forest: comparison of three stomatal conductance models with and without a soil water stress function

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    65. Balster, NJ; Marshall, JD
      Decreased needle longevity of fertilized Douglas-fir and grand fir in the northern Rockies

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    66. Richardson, A
      Coarse root elongation rate estimates for interior Douglas-fir

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    67. Fernando, DD; Owens, JN; Misra, S
      Transient gene expression in pine pollen tubes following particle bombardment

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    68. Scherer, G; Zabowski, D; Java, B; Everett, R
      Timber harvesting residue treatment. Part II. Understory vegetation response

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    69. Li, CY; Berninger, F; Koskela, J; Sonninen, E
      Drought responses of Eucalyptus microtheca provenances depend on seasonality of rainfall in their place of origin

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    70. Kaundun, SS; Lebreton, P; Bailly, A
      Discrimination and identification of coastal Douglas-fir clones using needle flavonoid fingerprints

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    71. Barnola, LF; Cedeno, A
      Inter-population differences in the essential oils of Pinus caribaea needles

      BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY
    72. Mailly, D; Kimmins, JP; Busing, RT
      Disturbance and succession in a coniferous forest of northwestern North America: simulations with DRYADES, spatial gap model

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    73. Kloeppel, BD; Gower, ST; Vogel, JG; Reich, PB
      Leaf-level resource use for evergreen and deciduous conifers along a resource availability gradient

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    74. Joseph, G; Kelsey, RG
      Physiology and growth of Douglas-fir seedlings treated with ethanol solutions

      PLANT SCIENCE
    75. Tranbarger, TJ; Forward, BS; Misra, S
      Regulation of NADPH-cytochrome P450 reductase expressed during Douglas-firgermination and seedling development

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    76. Cullings, KW; Vogler, DR; Parker, VT; Finley, SK
      Ectomycorrhizal specificity patterns in a mixed Pinus contorta and Picea engelmannii forest in Yellowstone National Park

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    77. Clement, JMAM; de Boer, M; Venema, JH; Van Hasselt, PR
      There is no direct relationship between N-status and frost hardiness in needles of NH3-exposed Scots pine seedlings

      PHYTON-ANNALES REI BOTANICAE
    78. Tognetti, R; Michelozzi, M; Lauteri, M; Brugnoli, E; Giannini, R
      Geographic variation in growth, carbon isotope discrimination, and monoterpene composition in Pinus pinaster Ait. provenances

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    79. Forward, BS; Misra, S
      Characterization and expression of the Douglas-fir luminal binding protein(PmBiP)

      PLANTA
    80. Dieffenbach, A; Matzner, E
      In situ soil solution chemistry in the rhizosphere of mature Norway spruce(Picea abies [L.] Karst.) trees

      PLANT AND SOIL
    81. Progar, RA; Schowalter, TD; Freitag, CM; Morrell, JJ
      Respiration from coarse woody debris as affected by moisture and saprotroph functional diversity in Western Oregon

      OECOLOGIA
    82. Manter, DK; Bond, BJ; Kavanagh, KL; Rosso, PH; Filip, GM
      Pseudothecia of Swiss needle cast fungus, Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, physically block stomata of Douglas fir, reducing CO2 assimilation

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    83. Bruns, TD; Read, DJ
      In vitro germination of nonphotosynthetic, myco-heterotrophic plants stimulated by fungi isolated from the adult plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    84. Gessler, A; Rienks, M; Rennenberg, H
      NH3 and NO2 fluxes between beech trees and the atmosphere - correlation with climatic and physiological parameters

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    85. Massicotte, HB; Melville, LH; Peterson, RL; Molina, R
      Comparative anatomy of ectomycorrhizas synthesized on Douglas fir by Rhizopogon spp. and the hypogeous relative Truncocolumella citrina

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    86. Newberry, DM; Alexander, IJ; Rother, JA
      Does proximity to conspecific adults influence the establishment of ectomycorrhizal trees in rain forest?

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    87. Kang, SM; Morrell, JJ
      Fungal colonization of Douglas-fir sapwood lumber

      MYCOLOGIA
    88. Bai, YG; Thompson, D; Broersma, K
      Early establishment of Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine in grassland seedbeds

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    89. He, FL; Duncan, RP
      Density-dependent effects on tree survival in an old-growth Douglas fir forest

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    90. Lopez, M; Humara, JM; Rodriguez, R; Ordas, RJ
      Factors involved in Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated gene transfer into Pinus nigra Arn. ssp salzmannii (Dunal) Franco

      EUPHYTICA
    91. Sinton, DS; Jones, JA; Ohmann, JL; Swanson, FJ
      Windthrow disturbance, forest composition, and structure in the Bull Run basin, Oregon

      ECOLOGY
    92. Smith, JE; Molina, R; Huso, MMP; Larsen, MJ
      Occurrence of Piloderma fallax in young, rotation-age, and old-growth stands of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in the Cascade Range of Oregon, USA

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    93. Bates, SL; Borden, JH; Savoie, A; Blatt, SE; Lait, CG; Kermode, AR; Bennett, RG
      Impact of feeding by Leptoglossus occidentalis (Hemiptera : Coreidae) on the major storage reserves of mature Douglas-fir (Pinaceae) seeds

      CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST
    94. McDowell, SCL; McDowell, NG; Marshall, JD; Hultine, K
      Carbon and nitrogen allocation to male and female reproduction in Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca, Pinaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    95. Bidartondo, MI; Kretzer, AM; Pine, EM; Bruns, TD
      High root concentration and uneven ectomycorrhizal diversity near Sarcodessanguinea (Ericaceae): A cheater that stimulates its victims?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    96. Schoettle, AW; Rochelle, SG
      Morphological variation of Pinus flexilis (Pinaceae), a bird-dispersed pine, across a range of elevations

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    97. Gruber, F; Nick, L
      Influence of a sand soil plough base on the growth of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (MIRB.) FRANCO).

      ALLGEMEINE FORST UND JAGDZEITUNG
    98. Constable, JVH; Litvak, ME; Greenberg, JP; Monson, RK
      Monoterpene emission from coniferous trees in response to elevated CO2 concentration and climate warming

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    99. Graff, JE; Hermann, RK; Zaerr, JB
      Dry matter and nitrogen allocation in western redcedar, western hemlock, and Douglas fir seedlings grown in low- and high-N soils

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    100. Genere, B; Garriou, D
      Stock quality and field performance of Douglas fir seedlings under varyingdegrees of water stress

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE


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