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2 edition of clone bank of Douglas fir found in the catalog.

clone bank of Douglas fir

A. L. Orr-Ewing

clone bank of Douglas fir

by A. L. Orr-Ewing

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Published by Forest Service, Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources in [Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia.
    • Subjects:
    • Douglas fir.,
    • Douglas fir -- Reproduction.,
    • Forests and forestry -- British Columbia.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 13.

      Statementby A. L. Orr-Ewing.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD14.B7 A24 no. 45
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 p.
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5516653M
      LC Control Number73496962

      Grand fir can grow 3 feet a year and matures to heights of more than feet in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 9. Douglas fir, . a considerable wider scale and both clones and trees in the arboretum were used. Figure 1 shows the range of Douglas fir in North America (Little ) together with the general location of the 50 paternal parents, which were used for these crosses. These are numbered from 1 .

      It is native to western North America and is known as Douglas-fir, Oregon pine, and Columbian pine. The common name honors David Douglas, a Scottish botanist and collector who first reported the extraordinary nature and potential of the species. The common name is misleading since it is not a true fir, i.e., not a member of the genus Abies. Abstract. Changes in weight, water content, nucleic acids, nucleotides, carbohydrates, lipids, nitrogenous and phosphorus compounds in embryo and gametophyte of Douglas fir seeds (Pseudotsuga menziesii Franco) were studied at 6 stages of , proteins, and reserve phosphorus compounds in the gametophyte were utilized for the synthesis of .

      With less than 1 percent of the original old-growth Douglas-fir stands left on B.C.’s coast, it’s time for Canadians to embrace Big Lonely Doug and his fellow survivors, and keep them standing tall. Harley Rustad’s story brings both the majesty and adversity of Big Lonely Doug a little closer to home.” — Edward BurtynskyReviews:   Seed Production in Douglas Fir Seed Orchards • total lbs of seed harvested •This would produce million Douglas Fir seedlings and million Hemlock. •This could replant almost , acres. AGENDA ITEM B Attachment 16 Page 13 of


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Clone bank of Douglas fir by A. L. Orr-Ewing Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pollen contamination and mating system of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsugamenziesii (Mirb.) Franco) clone banks used as an interim seed orchard near Nanaimo, B.C., were estimated. Pollen contamination (m) from surrounding clone banks and natural stands ranged from to Overall contamination over 2 years was estimated to be Cited by: Mating system and pollen contamination in a Douglas-fir clone bank.

February ; Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16(6); DOI: /x In Douglas-fir. Arizona the Bank of Douglas. [Bank of Douglas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Arizona the Bank of Douglas.

Author: Bank of Douglas. PDF | The clonal seed orchard studied consisted of 60 clones phenotypically selected in Douglas fir stands planted in France during the first half of | Find, read and cite all the research you.

A study of delayed incompatibility has been made in the British Columbia Forest Service clone bank at the Cowichan Lake Experimental Station; it was limited to clones grafted beforeand classification of the graft unions was used to determine the extent of the delayed incompatibility.

Grafts showing symptoms of delayed incompatibility were treated by cutting Cited by: 4. This paper describes a method for discriminating and identifying 10 successful Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var.

menziesii) clones using foliar the individuals analyzed by high performance liquid chromatography contained two proanthocyanidins: prodelphinidin and procyanidin and six flavonols: myricetin, quercetin.

The idea of publishing a book on Douglas-fir came up during the conference on “Opportunities and risks of Douglas-fir in a changing climate”, 18–20 October in Freiburg, Germany, organised by Ulrich Kohnle, Kaisu Makkonen-Spiecker, Heinrich Spiecker and Konstantin von Teuffel.

In a follow-up workshop “DougOP” on Douglas-fir. Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) is one of the most economically important softwood species in the Pacific Northwest region.

Somatic embryogenesis is a potential mass propagation technology for increasing the productivity of existing forest acreage. Bonsai Jack 1/4 Inch Douglas Fir Bark Fines, 2 Quarts.

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() obtained good rooting for Douglas-fir trees up to the age of 17 years. In the next age class used (42 years), no rooting resulted.

Black () found that cuttings from juvenile Douglas-fir trees, less than 9 years old, had a rooting potential of %; the potential declined to 5% between 14 and 24 years. Libby et al. () were able. Western Larch & Douglas Fir Clone Bank A living orchard of grafts of all the parent trees used to preserve the genetic characteristics of trees for current and future research.

Two populations of Douglas-fir trees were screened for graft compatibility. Two-stage testing procedures were used with either high or low intensity screening in the first step.

Of trees, 16 (5 percent) were found to be 90 to percent graft compatible and. The grafts were grown at 9 m in a clone bank in south Scotland. They were about 6 m in height, usually with ten main whorls of branches after pruning of lower branches, and were in rows of six ramets of each clone.

For each experiment, 10 or 12 clones were selected, and one ramet per clone randomly assigned to each treatment. Douglas fir trees (Pseudotsuga menziesii) are also known as red firs, Oregon pines and Douglas spruce.

However, according to Douglas fir information, these evergreens are not pines, spruce, or even true firs. But they are tall, beautiful conifers native to the Pacific Northwest. For information about growing Douglas firs and tips on Douglas fir. Stand Development in Natural Douglas fir Forests (MB PDF) Douglas fir (MB PDF) Sitka spruce (MB PDF) Noble fir (MB PDF) Western hemlock (MB PDF) Western redcedar (MB PDF) Pacific silver fir (MB PDF) Conclusion and Back Cover (MB PDF).

Today Douglas-fir is the second most common non-native tree species in European forests where it covers more thanhectares. The largest area of Douglas-fir is found in France, followed by Germany where it has rapidly become the most widespread non-native tree species.

For Douglas Fir Bench, stay on the near bank, cross a 4-way, then keep left near the end of the bulkhead and arrive at a 4-way with Douglas Fir Bench at a signpost.

Right is Douglas Fir Bench, straight on deadends at the golf course, left climbs uphill to the trails around the end of Silvertip Trail (road).

The effectiveness of six IBA and fourNAA concentrations, four combinations of IBA and NAAconcentrations, and control were tested for theirability to enhance rooting frequency (%) ofDouglas-fir cuttings. Two IBA and one NAA treatmentswere also compared to the control for quality of rootsystem.

Between andsix independentstudies were conducted in mist. A chloroplast DNA clone bank was constructed in a\ud pUC19 plasmid vector.

High stringency hybridization among\ud these recombinant plasmids, and to restricted chloroplast\ud DNA, was used to map repeat families. These regions in\ud tobacco appear to have been juxtaposed in Douglas-fir by a\ud number of inversions and a small deletion.

An 8. cDNA Cloning of ACS Genes from Spruce and Douglas Fir. To obtain initial sequence information for ACS genes from conifers, a TBLASTN search of the spruce expressed sequence tag (EST) and FL-cDNA databases of the Treenomix project (Ralph et al., b) was performed using ACS sequences from both tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) and Arabidopsis, which.

Webster Forest Nursery Seedling Species Types Available from Webster Forest Nursery Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) This species was first observed by Arthur Menzies on Vancouver Island when he accompanied the British naval captain Vancouver on an expedition to the Pacific Coast in the early s.

Douglas-fir is a dimorphic species with two more-or-less .Natural stands of western hemlock along the Pacific Coast attain higher yields than Douglas-fir stands having the same site index [57,64].

Pure stands of western hemlock are so densely stocked that an acre of year-old western hemlock forest can yield more timber (, toboard feet on a good site) than a comparable stand of.Douglas Fir Oils distilled: Pick of the Pines! 06/27/ Our Pick: Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco, fam.

Pinaceae, Douglas Fir Oils distilled from the species listed below have all been studied just enough to appear in a few manuals and draw sparse attention from the .