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Biological control of decay fungi in wood by competition for non-structural carbohydrates, M.A. Hulme and J.K. Shields; Nature, Lond.
Erosion of wood by enzymes of wood-rotting basidiomycetes, M.A. Hulme and J.F. Thomas; Bi-monthly Research Notes
Response of Kaibab mule deer to management of summer range, C.R. Hungerford; J. Wildlife Mgmt
Evapotranspiration From Bare, Herbaceous, and Aspen Plots: a Check on a Former Study, Robert S. Johnston; Water Resour. Research
Plant species diversity in a woodland/meadow ecotone near Regina, Saskatchewan, G.J. Jones and E.B. Peterson; Canadian Journal of Botany
Study of a population of trembling aspen clones in south-central Utah, Jerry A. Kemperman
Effects of spring burning on vegetation in old partially cut spruce-aspen stands in east-central Alberta, A.D. Kiil; Canadian Forestry Service, Department of Fisheries and Forestry, Forest Research Laboratory. Edmonton, AB
I. The biological degradation of lignin. II. Isolation and characterization of alpha-guaiaconic acid, J.F. Kratochvil; Dissert. abstr. int.
Natural regeneration of White Spruce under Spruce-Aspen shelterwood, B-18a forest section, Alberta, J.C. Lees; Publ. For. Serv. Can.
The extractives of Birch, Aspen, Elm and Maple: review and discussion, N. Levitin; Pulp Paper Mag. Can.
Shade tolerance in tree seedlings. II. Growth analysis of plants raised under artificial shade, K. Loach; New Phytologist
Forest types and related vegetation of Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, 1968, N. Lopoukhine; Inform. Rep. For. Mgmt. Inst., Ottawa
Biological growth functions describe published site index curves for Lake States timber species, A.L. Lundgren and W.A. Dolid; U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Nth. Cent. For. Exp. Sta.
Nematodes from Aspen cankers in Colorado and New Mexico, C.L. Massey and T.E. Hinds; Canadian Journal of Zoology
Sheet erosion on intermountain summer ranges, Richard O. Meeuwig; USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
Modifying wood to increase its in vitro digestibility, M.A. Millett and A.J. Baker; Journal of Animal Science
Fire stimulated Aspen sprouting in a Spruce-Fir forest in New Mexico, D.R. Patton and H.D. Avant; U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Rocky Mt. For. Range Exp. Sta.
The structures of salicortin [from bark and leaves of various Salix and Populus spp.] and tremulacin [from bark of P. tremuloides], I.A. Pearl and S.F. Darling; Tetrahedron Lett
Relation of canopy area and volume to production of three woody species, James M. Peek; Ecology
Site preparation for conifers using herbicides and subsequent burning in a northern Minnesota hardwood stand, Donald A. Perala and C.S. Williams; Down to Earth
Aboveground standing crop, leaf area, and calorific value in an Aspen clone near Calgary, Alberta, E.B. Peterson, Y.H. Chan, and J.B. Cragg; Canadian Journal of Botany
Leaf area development on different shoot types in a young Aspen stand and its effect upon production, D.F.W. Pollard; Canadian Journal of Botany
The effect of rapidly changing light on the rate of photosynthesis in Largetooth Aspen (Populus grandidentata), D.F.W. Pollard; Canadian Journal of Botany
Evaluating Quaking Aspen of Wisconsin for a site-quality to wood-quality relationship, D. Pronin and L.E. Lassen; U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. U.S. For. Prod. Lab., Madison
Some biological effects of volatiles emanating from wood, P.F. Rice; Canadian Journal of Botany
Result of a project for breeding Poplar cultivars for Manitoba, K.J. Roller; Extr. from Proc. 12th Mtg. Comm. For. Tree Breeding Can. Part 2
Influence of High Light Intensity on Survival of Planted Englemann Spruce, Frank Ronco; Forest Science
Aspen sawdust as a partial roughage substitute in a high concentrate dairy ration, L.D. Satter, A.J. Baker, and M.A. Millett; Journal of Dairy Science
Sugar accumulation associated with Hypoxylon mammatum canker development in Aspen, Arthur L. Schipper, Jr; Phytopathology [ Abstr.]
Foliar penetration of picloram and 2,4-D in Aspen and Balsam Poplar, M.P. Sharma and W.H. Vanden Born; Weed Science, Urbana 26 ref.
Some Aspects of Bark Photosynthesis in Bigtooth Aspen (Populus Grandidentata, Michaux) and Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides, Michx.), Robert Kent Shepard, Jr; DAI-PHD
Storing baled Red Pine, Black Spruce, and White Spruce over winter feasible in Upper Michigan, S.H. Slayton; Tree Plant. Notes
Weights and centres of gravity for Quaking Aspen trees and boles, H.M. Steinhilb; U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Nth. Cent. For. Exp. Sta.
Winter Ecology of Moose in the Gallatin Mountains, Montana, David R. Stevens; Journal of Wildlife Management
Local snow distribution is not a function of local topography under continuous tree cover, R.H. Swanson; Results of research on representative and experimental basins: proceedings of the Wellington Symposium
Root carbohydrate reserves in vegative reproduction of Aspen, R.K. Tew; Forest Science
Seasonal variation in the nutrient content of Aspen foliage, R.K. Tew; Journal Wildlife Management
Ozone damage to plants, M. Treshow; Environm. Pollut.
Herbaceous wetland vegetation in the Aspen grove and grassland regions of Saskatchewan, B.H. Walker and R.T. Coupland; Canadian Journal of Botany
Distribution of Fomes igniarius [var. populinus] in Aspen stands as affected by clonal variation, R.E. Wall; Canada, Department of Fisheries and Forestry, Forestry Branch. Ottawa, Ontario
Economic guidelines for timber management investments in Michigan, R.S. Whaley; Abstr. of thesis. in Dissert. Abstr.
Shoot and tree production from Aspen tissue cultures, Lawson L. Winton; American Journal of Botany
Initiation of firm white Aspen callus under different light environments, L.L. Winton; Phyton, Argentina
Tetraploid Aspen production using unreduced triploid pollen, L.L. Winton and D.W. Einspahr; For. Sci.
Soil disturbance from rubber-tire skidders during summer harvesting of Aspen, Z.A. Zasada and J.E. Tappeiner; Minn. For. Res.
Factors affecting canker development on Populus tremuloides inoculated with Hypoxylon pruinatum, D.K. Bagga and E.B. Smalley; Canadian Journal of Botany
Natural Variation and Delineation of Clones of Populus tremuloides and P. grandidentata in Northern Lower Michigan, Burton V. Barnes; Silvae Genetica
Habitat analysis and management considerations for ruffed grouse for a multiple use area in Michigan, Alfred Berner and Leslie W. Gysel; Journal of Wildlife Management
Development of Chloroplast Fine Structure in Aspen Tissue Culture, Steven J. Blackwell, W.M. Laetsch, and Beal B. Hyde; American Journal of Botany
The effect of organic amendment, water content, and oxygen on the incorporation of 15N2 by some agricultural and forest soils, R. Brouzes, J. Lasik, and R. Knowles; Canadian Journal of Microbiology
Chemical composition and nutritive value of Poplar bark, J.W. Enzmann, R.D. Goodrich, and J.C. Meiske; Journal of Animal Science, Fort Collins.
Populus: a Bibliography of World Literature, 1854-1963, R.E. Farmer Jr. and J.S. McKnight
Pathogenicity and taxonomy of Hypoxylon mammatum, D.W. French, C.S. Hodges, and J.D. Froyd; Canadian Journal of Botany
Controlling transpiration in Aspen with phenylmercuric acetate, G.E. Hart, J.D. Schultz, and G.B. Coltharp; Water Resources Research
Spectral Infra-Red Reflection Measurements From Natural and Treated Aspen Forests, Frank W. Haws, Ralph Briscoe, and Allan Steed
Benzoic and salicylic acids isolated from a glycoside of Aspen bark and their effect on Hypoxylon pruinatum, Martin Hubbes; Canadian Journal of Botany
Aspen Sprout Production and Water Use, Robert S. Johnston; Research Note INT-RN-89
Soil Moisture Depletion and Estimated Evapotranspiration on Utah Watersheds, Robert S. Johnston, Ronald K. Tew, and Robert D. Doty; USDA Forest Service Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
Exclosures and Natural Areas on Rangelands in Utah, W. A. Laycock
Solar radiation profiles in openings in canopies of Aspen and Oak, Philip C. Miller; Science
Ecology of Aspen in Gunnison County, Colorado, M.D. Morgan; American Midland Naturalist
Forage values on a mountain grassland-aspen range in western Colorado, Harold A. Paulsen, Jr; Journal of Range Management
The effect of reduced extractive content on the burning rate of Aspen leaves, C.W. Philpot; U.S. Forest Service Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
Aspen grove use by deer, elk, and cattle in southwestern coniferous forests, Hudson G. Reynolds; USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
Hypoxylon canker of aspen in New Mexico and Arizona, Jerry W. Riffle and Thomas E. Hinds; Plant Disease Reporter
Prescribed Burning Weather in Minnesota, Rodney Sando
Forest microfungi II. Additions to Aerodictys, B.C. Sutton; Canadian Journal of Botany
Weight-diameter relationships for 22 woody plant species, E. S. Telfer; Canadian Journal of Botany
Intraclonal root connections among Quaking Aspen trees, Ronald K. Tew, Norbert V. DeByle, and John D. Schultz; Ecology
The effect of livestock grazing on an aspen forest community, Ronald G. Weatherill and Lloyd B. Keith; Canada, Department of Lands and Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division. Ottawa
Full-tree harvesting system aids forest management, Z.A. Zasada and J.C. Tappeiner; Minnesota Forestry Research Notes
Relationship between density of Quaking Aspen and incidence of Hypoxylon canker, Gerald W. Anderson and Ralph L. Anderson; Forest Science
Physiology of Hypoxylon pruinatum and its pathogenesis on Quaking Aspen, Davinderjit Kaur Bagga; Disser. Abstr.--PHD
Aspen ecology in Yellowstone National Park, William J. Barmore; Office of Natural Sciences Studies, Annual Report
The Venturiaceae in North America, Margaret E. Barr; Canadian Journal of Botany
Vegetative propagation of Quaking Aspen, W.J. Barry and R.M. Sachs; California Agriculture
The occurrence of 3-hydroxyflavanones in Aspen branch stubs, G.M. Barton and R.E. Wall; Bi-monthly Research Notes, Ottawa
The large aspen tortrix, Choristoneura conflictana (Wlkr.), in interior Alaska, R.C. Beckwith; Pacific North West Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture
Estimating aerial component weights of young aspen trees, I.E. Bella; Canada, Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Chemical treatment of Hypoxylon cankers on Aspen, D.H. Brown and S.B. Silverborg; Phytopathology
Observations on the development of Hypoxylon cankers on Trembling Aspen, B.W. Dance; Plant Disease Reporter
Seasonal development of the secondary phloem in Populus tremuloides, J.D. Davis and R.F. Evert; Botanical Gazette
Evaluation of two mammal repellents applied to browse species in the Black Hills, Donald R. Dietz and James R. Tigner; Journal of Wildlife Management
Management of Aspen on 10- to 20-year rotations, Dean W. Einspahr and M.K. Benson; Journal of Forestry
Bark Separation During Chipping With a Parallel Knife Chipper, John R. Erickson; Research Note NC-54
Spectral distribution of light in forests of the Douglas Fir zone of southern British Columbia, S. Freyman; Canadian Journal of Plant Science
Structural gradient analysis of upland forests in the western Great Lakes area, F. Glenn Goff and Paul H. Zedler; Ecological Monographs
Roosting sites and habits of Merriam's turkeys in Colorado, Donald M. Hoffman; Journal of Wildlife Management
Drought index as a predictor of moisture content in L and F horizons on an upland White Spruce-Trembling Aspen cut-over area, J.M. Jarvis and R.E. Tucker; Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Forest Research Laboratory
Prescribed burning after barrel-scarifying on a White Spruce-Trembling Aspen cutover, J.M. Jarvis and R.E. Tucker; Pulp & Paper Magazine Canada
Plans for Studies of Aspen Management on the San Juan National Forest, a Prospectus, W. M. Johnson, L. A. Mueller, and C. A. Myers