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    1. Paoletti, E; Danti, R; Strati, S
      Pre- and post-inoculation water stress affects Sphaeropsis sapinea canker length in Pinus halepensis seedlings

      FOREST PATHOLOGY
    2. Neumann, DD; Dickmann, DI
      Surface burning in a mature stand of Pinus resinosa and Pinus strobus in Michigan: effects on understory vegetation

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    3. Walter, R; Epperson, BK
      Geographic pattern of genetic variation in Pinus resinosa: area of greatest diversity is not the origin of postglacial populations

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    4. Godt, MJW; Hamrick, JL
      Genetic diversity in rare southeastern plants

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    5. Kartal, SN; Lebow, ST
      Effect of compression wood on leaching and fixation of CCA-C treated red pine

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    6. Cedeno, L; Carrero, C; Franco, W; Lezama, AT
      Sphaeropsis sapinea associated with shoot blight, dieback and canker in trunks, branches and roots of Caribbean pine in Venezuela

      INTERCIENCIA
    7. Flowers, J; Nuckles, E; Hartman, J; Vaillancourt, L
      Latent infection of Austrian and Scots pine tissues by Sphaeropsis sapinea

      PLANT DISEASE
    8. Mitchell, MJ; Driscoll, CT; Owen, JS; Schaefer, D; Michener, R; Raynal, DJ
      Nitrogen biogeochemistry of three hardwood ecosystems in the Adirondack region of New York

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    9. Loponen, J; Lempa, K; Ossipov, V; Kozlov, MV; Girs, A; Hangasmaa, K; Haukioja, E; Pihlaja, K
      Patterns in content of phenolic compounds in leaves of mountain birches along a strong pollution gradient

      CHEMOSPHERE
    10. Savidge, RA; Forster, H
      Coniferyl alcohol metabolism in conifers - II. Coniferyl alcohol and dihydroconiferyl alcohol biosynthesis

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    11. Celimene, CC; Smith, DR; Young, RA; Stanosz, GR
      In vitro inhibition of Sphaeropsis sapinea by natural stilbenes

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    12. Kume, A; Arakaki, T; Tsuboi, N; Suzuki, M; Kuramoto, D; Nakane, K; Sakugawa, H
      Harmful effects of radicals generated in polluted dew on the needles of Japanese Red Pine (Pinus densiflora)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    13. Koide, RT; Kabir, Z
      Nutrient economy of red pine is affected by interactions between Pisolithus tinctorius and other forest-floor microbes

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    14. Stanosz, GR; Blodgett, JT; Smith, DR; Kruger, EL
      Water stress and Sphaeropsis sapinea as a latent pathogen of red pine seedlings

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    15. Fallour, D; Fady, B; Lefevre, F
      Evidence of variation in segregation patterns within a Cedrus population

      JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
    16. McLaughlin, JA
      Impact of Armillaria root disease on succession in red pine plantations insouthern Ontario

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    17. Penner, M; Robinson, C; Burgess, D
      Pinus resinosa product potential following initial spacing and subsequent thinning

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    18. Royce, EB; Barbour, MG
      Mediterranean climate effects. II. Conifer growth phenology across a Sierra Nevada ecotone

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    19. Larocque, GR
      Performance of young jack pine trees originating from two different branchangle traits under different intensities of competition

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    20. Wotton, BM; McAlpine, RS; Hobbs, MW
      The effect of fire front width on surface fire behaviour

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    21. Seifert, M; Wermelinger, B; Schneider, D
      The effect of spruce cone insects on seed production in Switzerland

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE ENTOMOLOGIE
    22. Kazi, FKM; Cooper, PA; Chen, JB
      Kinetic model of CCA fixation in wood. part II. The main reaction zone

      WOOD AND FIBER SCIENCE
    23. Burgess, D; Wetzel, S
      Nutrient availability and regeneration response after partial cutting and site preparation in eastern white pine

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    24. Quinby, PA
      First-year impacts of shelterwood logging on understory vegetation in an old-growth pine stand in central Ontario, Canada

      ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    25. Parker, WC; Mohammed, GH
      Photosynthetic acclimation of shade-grown red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.) seedlings to a high light environment

      NEW FORESTS
    26. Shan, YF
      Phenological disorder induced by atmospheric nitrogen deposition: Originalcauses of pine forest decline over Japan. Part II. Relationship among earlier phenological development, extreme of minimum air temperature, and forest decline of pines over the Japan

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    27. Coleman, MD; Dickson, RE; Isebrands, JG
      Contrasting fine-root production, survival and soil CO2 efflux in pine andpoplar plantations

      PLANT AND SOIL
    28. Raitio, H; Sarjala, T
      Effect of provenance on free amino acid and chemical composition of Scots pine needles

      PLANT AND SOIL
    29. Gill, WM; Guerin-Laguette, A; Lapeyrie, F; Suzuki, K
      Matsutake - morphological evidence of ectomycorrhiza formation between Tricholoma matsutake and host roots in a pure Pinus densiflora forest stand

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    30. Duchesne, LC; Herr, DG; Wetzel, S; Thompson, ID; Reader, R
      Effect of seed predation, shade and soil organic matter on the early establishment of eastern white pine and balsam fir seedlings

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    31. Engelmark, O; Bergeron, Y; Flannigan, MD
      Age structure of Eastern White Pine, Pinus strobus L., at its northern distribution limit in Quebec

      CANADIAN FIELD-NATURALIST
    32. Soares, P; Tome, M
      Distance-dependent competition measures for eucalyptus plantations in Portugal

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    33. Wagner, RG; Ter-Mikaelian, MT
      Comparison of biomass component equations for four species of northern coniferous tree seedlings

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    34. Rainey, SM; Nadelhoffer, KJ; Silver, WL; Downs, MR
      Effects of chronic nitrogen additions on understory species in a red pine plantation

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    35. Nadelhoffer, KJ; Downs, MR; Fry, B
      Sinks for N-15-enriched additions to an oak forest and a red pine plantation

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    36. Calero, C; Ibanez, O; Mayol, M; Rossello, JA
      Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers detect a single phenotype in Lysimachia minoricensis JJ Rodr. (Primulaceae), a wild extinct plant

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    37. Godt, MJW; Hamrick, JL
      Population genetic analysis of Elliottia racemosa (Ericaceae), a rare Georgia shrub

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    38. Stanosz, GR; Swart, WJ; Smith, DR
      RAPD marker and isozyme characterization of Sphaeropsis sapinea from diverse coniferous hosts and locations

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    39. Wu, B; Nara, K; Hogetsu, T
      Competition between ectomycorrhizal fungi colonizing Pinus densiflora

      MYCORRHIZA
    40. Massicotte, HB; Melville, LH; Peterson, RL; Unestam, T
      Comparative studies of ectomycorrhiza formation in Alnus glutinosa and Pinus resinosa with Paxillus involutus

      MYCORRHIZA
    41. Vanninen, P; Makela, A
      Fine root biomass of Scots pine stands differing in age and soil fertilityin southern Finland

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    42. Hausner, G; Hopkin, AA; Davis, CN; Reid, J
      Variation in culture and rDNA among isolates of Sphaeropsis sapinea from Ontario and Manitoba

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    43. Parysow, P; Gertner, G
      The role of interactions in hypothesis testing of ecological scenarios with process models

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    44. Kim, YT; Colombo, SJ; Hickie, DF; Noland, TL
      Amino acid, carbohydrate, glutathione, mineral nutrient and water potential changes in non-water-stressed Picea mariana seedlings after transplanting

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    45. Wang, YF; Zwiazek, JJ
      Effects of early spring photosynthesis on carbohydrate content, bud flushing and root and shoot growth of Picea glauca bareroot seedlings

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    46. Blodgett, JT; Stanosz, GR
      Differences in aggressiveness of Sphaeropsis sapinea RAPD marker group isolates on several conifers

      PLANT DISEASE
    47. Herr, DG; Duchesne, LC; Reader, RJ
      Effects of soil organic matter, moisture, shading and ash on white pine (Pinus strobus L.) seedling emergence

      NEW FORESTS
    48. VanderKlein, DW; Reich, PB
      The effect of defoliation intensity and history on photosynthesis, growth and carbon reserves of two conifers with contrasting leaf lifespans and growth habits

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    49. D'Eon, S
      A retrospective look at 80 years of silvicultural research at Petawawa

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    50. FLANNIGAN MD; BERGERON Y
      POSSIBLE ROLE OF DISTURBANCE IN SHAPING THE NORTHERN DISTRIBUTION OF PINUS-RESINOSA

      Journal of vegetation science
    51. GE S; HONG DY; WANG HQ; LIU ZY; ZHANG CM
      POPULATION GENETIC-STRUCTURE AND CONSERVATION OF AN ENDANGERED CONIFER, CATHAYA-ARGYROPHYLLA (PINACEAE)

      International journal of plant sciences
    52. Takenaka, C; Onda, Y; Hamajima, Y
      Distribution of cesium-137 in Japanese forest soils: Correlation with the contents of organic carbon

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    53. Craine, JM; Wedin, DA; Chapin, FS
      Predominance of ecophysiological controls on soil CO2 flux in a Minnesota grassland

      PLANT AND SOIL
    54. Koide, RT; Suomi, L; Stevens, CM; McCormick, L
      Interactions between needles of Pinus resinosa and ectomycorrhizal fungi

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    55. LAROCQUE GR
      FUNCTIONAL GROWTH ANALYSIS OF RED PINE TREES UNDER VARIABLE INTENSITIES OF COMPETITION

      Forestry Chronicle
    56. BURGESS D; ROBINSON C
      CANADA OLDEST PERMANENT SAMPLE PLOTS - THINNING IN WHITE AND RED PINE

      Forestry Chronicle
    57. Burgess, D; Robinson, C
      Canada's oldest permanent sample plots - thinning in white and red pine. (vol 74, pg 606, 1998)

      FORESTRY CHRONICLE
    58. BERGERON Y; LEDUC A; LI TX
      EXPLAINING THE DISTRIBUTION OF PINUS SPP IN A CANADIAN BOREAL INSULARLANDSCAPE

      Journal of vegetation science
    59. MAGILL AH; ABER JD; HENDRICKS JJ; BOWDEN RD; MELILLO JM; STEUDLER PA
      BIOGEOCHEMICAL RESPONSE OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS TO SIMULATED CHRONIC NITROGEN DEPOSITION

      Ecological applications
    60. UETA M
      NESTING TREE PREFERENCE AND NESTING SUCCESS OF JAPANESE LESSER SPARROWHAWKS IN JAPAN

      The Journal of raptor research
    61. GODT MJW; WALKER J; HAMRICK JL
      GENETIC DIVERSITY IN THE ENDANGERED LILY HARPEROCALLIS-FLAVA AND A CLOSE RELATIVE, TOFIELDIA-RACEMOSA

      Conservation biology
    62. LEARY RA
      TESTING MODELS OF UNTHINNED RED PINE PLANTATION DYNAMICS USING A MODIFIED BAKUZIS MATRIX OF STAND PROPERTIES

      Ecological modelling
    63. SHAN YF; IZUTA T; AOKI M; TOTSUKA T
      EFFECTS OF O-3 AND SOIL ACIDIFICATION, ALONE AND IN COMBINATION, ON GROWTH, GAS-EXCHANGE RATE AND CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT OF RED PINE-SEEDLINGS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    64. FALLOUR D; FADY B; LEFEVRE F
      STUDY ON ISOZYME VARIATION IN PINUS-PINEA L - EVIDENCE FOR LOW POLYMORPHISM

      Silvae Genetica
    65. TAKAMATSU T; KOHNO T; ISHIDA K; SASE H; YOSHIDA T; MORISHITA T
      ROLE OF THE DWARF BAMBOO (SASA) COMMUNITY IN RETAINING BASIC CATIONS IN SOIL AND PREVENTING SOIL ACIDIFICATION IN MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF JAPAN

      Plant and soil
    66. MENG FR; MENG CH; TANG SZ; ARP PA
      A NEW HEIGHT GROWTH-MODEL FOR DOMINANT AND CODOMINANT TREES

      Forest science
    67. CARLETON TJ; MAYCOCK PF; ARNUP R; GORDON AM
      IN-SITU REGENERATION OF PINUS-STROBUS AND P-RESINOSA IN THE GREAT-LAKES FOREST COMMUNITIES OF CANADA

      Journal of vegetation science
    68. COOPER PA
      RATE OF SWELLING OF VACUUM-IMPREGNATED WOOD

      Wood and fiber science
    69. KHAN SR; ROSE R; HAASE DL; SABIN TE
      SOIL-WATER STRESS - ITS EFFECTS ON PHENOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND MORPHOLOGY OF CONTAINERIZED DOUGLAS-FIR SEEDLINGS

      New forests
    70. GODT MJW; HAMRICK JL
      ALLOZYME DIVERSITY IN THE ENDANGERED SHRUB LINDERA-MELISSIFOLIA (LAURACEAE) AND ITS WIDESPREAD CONGENER LINDERA-BENZOIN

      Canadian journal of forest research
    71. KARHU A; HURME P; KARJALAINEN M; KARVONEN P; KARKKAINEN K; NEALE D; SAVOLAINEN O
      DO MOLECULAR MARKERS REFLECT PATTERNS OF DIFFERENTIATION IN ADAPTIVE TRAITS OF CONIFERS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    72. DUREL CE; BERTIN P; KREMER A
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INBREEDING DEPRESSION AND INBREEDING COEFFICIENTIN MARITIME PINE (PINUS-PINASTER)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    73. PARKER WC; COLOMBO SJ
      CUT-SHOOT VS ROOT REHYDRATION - EFFECTS ON PRESSURE-VOLUME ANALYSIS OF SHOOTS AND FASCICLES OF PINUS-RESINOSA SEEDLINGS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    74. FINK S
      EVERGREEN NEEDLES - STRUCTURAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHY AND DAMAGED NEEDLES

      Naturwissenschaften
    75. PENNER M; DEBLONDE G
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEAF-AREA AND BASAL AREA GROWTH IN JACK AND RED PINE TREES

      Forestry Chronicle
    76. WILLIAMS CG; SAVOLAINEN O
      INBREEDING DEPRESSION IN CONIFERS - IMPLICATIONS FOR BREEDING STRATEGY

      Forest science
    77. GODT MJW; HAMRICK JL
      GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF 2 ENDANGERED PITCHER PLANTS, SARRACENIA-JONESII AND SARRACENIA-OREOPHILA (SARRACENIACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    78. WEBER MG; MCALPINE RS; WOTTON BM; DONNELLY JG; HOBBS MW
      PRESCRIBED BURNING AND DISK TRENCHING EFFECTS ON EARLY PLANTATION PERFORMANCE IN EASTERN ONTARIO, CANADA

      Forest ecology and management
    79. KLEPZIG KD; KRUGER EL; SMALLEY EB; RAFFA KF
      EFFECTS OF BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESS ON INDUCED ACCUMULATION OF TERPENES AND PHENOLICS IN RED PINES INOCULATED WITH BARK BEETLE-VECTORED FUNGUS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    80. DENNO RF; MCCLURE MS; OTT JR
      INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS IN PHYTOPHAGOUS INSECTS - COMPETITION REEXAMINED AND RESURRECTED

      Annual review of entomology
    81. MAGNUSSEN S
      THE IMPACT OF GENETIC-VARIATION IN RELATIVE GROWTH-RATES ON STEM VOLUME DIFFERENTIATION - A SIMULATION STUDY

      Silvae Genetica
    82. KAISA TR; HARMAN AL; HARMAN DM
      2 NEW SPECIES OF APHELENCHOIDIDAE (NEMATA) FROM DECLINING RED PINES IN MARYLAND

      Journal of nematology
    83. FRELICH LE; REICH PB
      SPATIAL PATTERNS AND SUCCESSION IN A MINNESOTA SOUTHERN-BOREAL FOREST

      Ecological monographs
    84. MALLIK AU; ROBERTS BA
      NATURAL REGENERATION OF PINUS-RESINOSA ON BURNED AND UNBURNED SITES IN NEWFOUNDLAND

      Journal of vegetation science
    85. ROBERTS BA; MALLIK AU
      RESPONSES OF PINUS-RESINOSA OF NEWFOUNDLAND TO WILDFIRE

      Journal of vegetation science
    86. EOM YG; CHUNG YJ
      TUMOR WOOD ANATOMY IN KOREAN RED PINE (PINUS-DENSIFLORA)

      IAWA journal
    87. MILLER BD; TIMMER VR
      STEADY-STATE NUTRITION OF PINUS-RESINOSA SEEDLINGS - RESPONSE TO NUTRIENT LOADING, IRRIGATION AND HARDENING REGIMES

      Tree physiology
    88. KURODA K
      PYROLYSIS OF ARYLGLYCOL-BETA-PROPYLPHENYL ETHER LIGNIN MODEL IN THE PRESENCE OF BOROSILICATE GLASS-FIBERS .1. PYROLYSIS REACTIONS OF BETA-ETHER COMPOUNDS

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    89. TURGEON JJ; ROQUES A; DEGROOT P
      INSECT FAUNA OF CONIFEROUS SEED CONES - DIVERSITY, HOST-PLANT INTERACTIONS, AND MANAGEMENT

      Annual review of entomology
    90. DEGROOT P; FLEMING RA
      ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF COHORT LIFE-TABLES OF JACK PINE SEED CONES

      Canadian journal of forest research
    91. STIELL WM
      CHRONICLE OF WHITE-PINE AND RED PINE RESEARCH AT THE PETAWANA-NATIONAL-FORESTRY-INSTITUTE

      Forestry Chronicle
    92. MCRAE DJ; LYNHAM TJ; FRECH RJ
      UNDERSTORY PRESCRIBED BURNING IN RED PINE AND WHITE-PINE

      Forestry Chronicle
    93. HAIDER W
      THE AESTHETICS OF WHITE-PINE AND RED PINE FORESTS

      Forestry Chronicle
    94. NAYLOR BJ
      MANAGING WILDLIFE HABITAT IN RED PINE AND WHITE-PINE FORESTS OF CENTRAL ONTARIO

      Forestry Chronicle
    95. WETZEL S; BURGESS D
      CURRENT UNDERSTANDING OF WHITE AND RED PINE PHYSIOLOGY

      Forestry Chronicle
    96. MCCLAIN KM; MORRIS DM; HILLS SC; BUSE LJ
      THE EFFECTS OF INITIAL SPACING ON GROWTH AND CROWN DEVELOPMENT FOR PLANTED NORTHERN CONIFERS - 37-YEAR RESULTS

      Forestry Chronicle
    97. CASE MA
      EXTENSIVE VARIATION IN THE LEVELS OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AND DEGREE OF RELATEDNESS AMONG 5 SPECIES OF CYPRIPEDIUM (ORCHIDACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    98. FLANNIGAN MD
      FIRE REGIME AND THE ABUNDANCE OF RED PINE

      International journal of wildland fire
    99. ZOBEL AM; BROWN SA
      INFLUENCE OF LOW-INTENSITY ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION ON EXTRUSION OF FURANOCOUMARINS TO THE LEAF SURFACE

      Journal of chemical ecology
    100. PATERSON JM
      HANDLING AND PLANTING METHODS INFLUENCE FIELD PERFORMANCE OF RED PINE10 YEARS AFTER PLANTING

      Forestry Chronicle


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