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The Anatomical and Physiological Effects of Chlorophenoxyacetic Acid Derivatives on Trembling Aspen (Populus Tremuloides, Michx.) With Special Reference to the Application of Such Chemicals as Debarking Agents, Cherng-Jiann Shiue
Silvical Characteristics of Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides), R.O. Strothmann and Z.A. Zasada; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. Columbus, Ohio
Five-Year Results in an Aspen Sucker Density Study, Rudolph O. Strothmann and Miron L. Heinselman; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.
The effect of soil characteristics on the growth of Quaking Aspen in Northern Minnesota, G.K. Voigt, M.L. Heinselman, and Z.A. Zasada; Soil Science Society of America, Proceedings
Canker and Dieback of Poplars Caused by Dothichiza Populae, Alma W. Waterman; Forest Science
Sawflies of the genus Platycampus Schiodte on Trembling Aspen in the Canadian prairies, H.R. Wong; Bi-monthly Progress Report Division of Forestry, Biology Department Agriculture Canada
Decay and Discolourations in Poplar pulpwood, E.A. Atwell; F.P.L. tech. Note For. Prod. Lab. Can.
Production of High-Yield Pulps from Aspen by Mild Treatments with Sodium Hydroxide, K.J. Brown and J.N. McGovern; Forest Products Laboratory Madison, Wisconsin.
A Cenangium Associated with Sooty-Bark Canker of Aspen, R.W. Davidson and E.K. Cash; Phytopathology
Hypoxylon canker of Aspen in Colorado, R.W. Davidson and T.E. Hinds; Plant Disease Reporter
Influence of the forest tent caterpillar (Malacosoma disstria Hbn.) upon the Aspen forests of Minnesota, D.P. Duncan; Office of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation
The Effect of Rainfall on the Basal Area Growth of Aspen as Related to Defoliation by the Forest Tent Caterpillar [Malacosoma disstria], R. Froelich, C.J. Shiue, D.P. Duncan, and A.C. Hodson; Minn.For.Note
Growth and mortality in a Northern Minnesota forest, J.W. Hubbard; Minnesota Forestry Note
Tentative Technique for Determining the Influence of Soil on the Growth of Forest Plantations, A.L. Leaf and T. Keller; Soil Science Society of America Journal
The bionomics of the Aspen blotch miner, Lithocolletis salicifoliella Cham. (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae), J.L. Martin; Canadian Entomologist
The relation of soil horizon texture and acidity to the site index of Aspen in Northern Minnesota, Daniel Meyer; Minnesota Forestry Notes
Progress report on amizol (3-amino-1,2,4-triazole) on woody plants, W.A. Meyers, R.H. Beatty, and W.W. Allen; Proceeding 10th Northeast Weed Control Conference
Attempted preparation of a homogeneous hemicellulose from Aspen wood, J.E. Milks and C.B. Purves; Journal of the American Chemical Society
Natural hybridisation of the Aspens (: Populus tremuloides and P. grandidentata), S.S. Pauley; Minnesota Forestry Notes
Rates of tree growth and forest succession in the Anchorage-Matanuska Valley area, Alaska, J.C. Reed, Jr and J.C. Harms; Arctic
Hermaphroditism in Populus, F.S. Santamour; Third Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference Proceedings
Exploratory test to increase preservative penetration in Spruce and Aspen by mold infection, G. Schulz; Forest Products Journal
Inoculation of Aspens with Hypoxylon pruinatum (Kl.) Cke., K.R. Shea and J.E. Kuntz; Forest Research Note Wisconsin College of Agriculture
Prevention of damping-off of Poplar seedlings, K.R. Shea and J.E. Kuntz; Forest Science
Regeneration of Aspen Cutover Areas in Northern Wisconsin, Joseph Henry Stoeckeler and J.W. Macon; Journal of Forestry
Internal Medication of Plants for the Control of Insects, R.F. Anderson; Journal of Economic Entomology
Hypoxylon [H. Pruinatum] Canker of Aspen, R.L. Anderson; For. Pest Leafl. U.S. Dep. Agric.
Conversion of Weed Hardwoods to Conifers on the Northeast, D.B. Cook; Journal of Forestry
Rangeland Improvement Through Seeding and Weed Control on East Slope Sierra Nevada and on Southern Cascade Mountains, D.R. Cornelius and M.W. Talbot; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook No. 88.
Mechanical Scarification to Induce White Spruce Regeneration in Old Cut-Over Spruce Stands, D.I. Crossley; Canada Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Forestry Branch.
Caustic Treatment of Aspen Groundwood, W.J. Foote and S.R. Parsons; Pulp Paper Mag. Can.
Influence of Aspen Defoliation by Tent Caterpillar in Minesota on the Radial Growth of Associated Balsam Fir, R. Froelich, A.C. Hodson, A.E. Schneider, and D.P. Duncan; Minnesota Forestry Notes 45, School of Forestry, University of Minnesota
Site identification for Bigtooth Aspen Sucker Stands, S.A. Graham and R.P. Harrison; Michigan Forestry, Department of Forestry, School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan.
The Species of Ciborinia on Populus, J. Walton Groves and Constance A. Bowerman; Canadian Journal of Botany
A Review of Literature Relating to Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides) Sites, M.L. Heinselman and Z.A. Zasada; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Grinding Pretreated Hardwoods: Experiments on Quaking Aspen, Sweetgum, Red Alder, Black Tupelo, Sugar Maple, Red Oak, and Cottonwood, A. Hyttinen and E.R. Schafer; Forest Productions Laboratory
Deer and Cattle Range Relations in Utah, Odell Julander; Forest Science
The Alkaline Nitrobenzene Oxidation of Aspen Wood and Lignin Model Substances, K.R. Kavanagh and J.M. Pepper; Canadian Journal of Chemistry
Ecology of the Aspen Groveland in Glacier County, Montana, D. Lynch; Ecological Monographs
Northern Clay Belt Growth and Yield Survey, D.W. MacLean and G.H.D. Bedell; Canada Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Forestry Branch.
Yield of Even-Aged Fully Stocked Spruce-Poplar Stands in Northern Alberta, W.K. MacLeod and A.W. Blyth; Canada Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Forestry Branch.
Abies Concolor (White fir) a Growing Problem in the West, J. Merkle; Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America
Biology of Anacampsis Innocuella (Zeller), a Leaf-Roller on Aspen, W. E. Miller; Journal of Economic Entomology
Seeding Rangelands in Utah, Nevada, Southern Idaho, and Western Wyoming, A.P. Plummer, A.C. Hull, G. Stewart, and J.H. Robertson; U.S. Department of Agriculture. Washington, D.C.
The Life History and Some Aspects of the Ecology of the Large Aspen Tortrix, Choristoneura Conflictana (Wlkr.) (N-Comb.) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), R.M. Prentice; Canadian Entomologist
Aerial Brush Control in Lake States Forests, E.I. Roe; U.S. Department of Agriclture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Factors Influencing White Spruce Reproduction in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, J.S. Rowe; Canada Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Forestry Branch.
Deer, Mice, and Hares Damage Young Aspen and Paper Birch Plantings in Norteastern Wisconsin, Joseph Henry Stoeckeler; Technical Notes Lake States Forest Experiment Station
Stem Taper of Trembling Aspen, H.A. Stoehr; Forest Science
Soil Moisture Regime in Some Forest and Non-Forest sites in Northern Wisconsin, J.L. Thames, J.H. Stoeckeler, and R. Tobiaski; Soil Science Society of America Journal
Foliar Analysis as a Method of Indicating Potassium-Deficient Soils for Reforestation, L.C. Walker; Soil Science Society of America
Vegetation of the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona, O.C. Wallmo; American Midland Naturalist
Preliminary Results of an Inquiry into Effects of Defoliation of Aspen Trees by the Forest Tent Caterpillar [Malacosoma Disstria], H.O. Batzer, A.C. Hodson, and A.E. Schneider; Minnesota Forestry Notes
The Cooking Process: XIII. The Effect of Aqueous Solutions of Pure Sodium Hydrosulfide on the Constitutes of [Aspen] Wood, D.L. Brink; Abstr. of thesis, in Dissert. Abstr.
Prevernal Leafing of Aspen in Utah Mountains, W.P. Cottam; Journal of the Arnold Arboretum
Decay in Poplar Pulpwood in Storage, C.W. Fritz; Canadian Journal of Botany
The Treatment of Decayed Wood from Dead Trembling Aspen Trees for Growth-Ring Analysis, Arthur W. Ghent; Forestry Chronicle
Insect Attacks and Hypoxylon Infections in Aspen, S.A. Graham and R.P. Harrison; Journal of Forestry
Thinning From Above Reduces Total Yields in Medium Site Aspen, Miron L. Heinselman; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station
The Extent of Natural Conversion to Other Species in the Lake States Aspen-Birch Type, M.L. Heinselman; Journal of Forestry
A Sampling System for Poplar Insects, W.R. Henson; Canadian Journal of Zoology
The Story of a Cut-Over, I. Kagis; Forestry Chronicle
Leaf Litter as a Killer, A. Koroleff; Journal of Forestry
A Naturally Occurring Aspen-Poplar Hybrid, A.L. McComb and N.J. Hansen; Journal of Forestry
An Analysis of the Spruce-Fir Community on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona, J. Merkle; Ecology
The Isolation and Exidation of Aspen Lignins, J.M. Pepper and D.C. Hagerman; Canadian Journal of Chemistry
'Chemical' Bark Peeling of Aspen, 1952 and 1953 Field Tests, H.J. Raphael, A.J. Panshin, and M.W. Day; Quarterly Bulletin of the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.
Breeding Poplars for Disease Resistance, K.R. Shea and A.J. Riker; Phytopathology
The Production of Aspen and its Utilization by Beaver on the Huntington Forest, L.C. Stegeman; J. Wildlife Mgmt.
Stand Conditions Affecting Form Factor in Trembling Aspen, H.A. Stoehr; Abstr. of thesis, in Dissert. Abstr.
The Use of Rocky Mountain Species for Pulping, H.E. Troxell; Journal of Forestry
Available Browse Following Aspen Logging in Lower Michigan, C.E. Westell; Journal of Wildlife Management
Effect of Seasonal Basal Sprays on Root Suckering of Aspen, D.P. Worley, W.C. Bramble, and W.R. Byrnes; Proc. 8th Ntheast. Weed Control Conf.
Planning for Sustained Yield Operations, G.B. Amidon; Journal of Forestry
Hypoxylon Canker of Aspen in the Lake States, Ralph L. Anderson; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minn.
Evapotranspiration and Other Water Losses on Some Aspen Forest Types in Relation to Water Available for Stream Flow, A.R. Croft and L.V. Monninger; EOS
Nutrient Content of Leaf Litter of Trees in the Northern Rocky Mountains, E. Daubenmire; Ecology
Postglacial Forests in the Yukon Territory and Alaska, H.P. Hansen; American Journal of Science
Seasonal Moisture Variations in Aspen, R.A. Jensen and J.R. Davis; Minnesota Forestry Notes
Unusual Numbers of Sporophores of a Wood-Rotting Fungus on Trunks of Populus Tremuloides Var. Aurea, P.D. Keener; Plant Disease Report
Forest Communities in North-Western Alberta, E.H. Moss; Canadian Journal of Botany
A Leaf-Spot Disease of Aspen, V.J. Nordin; Bi-m. Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can.
Further Observations on 'Chemical' Bark Peeling of Aspen, A.J. Panshin, H.J. Raphael, and M.W. Day; Repr. from Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta.
Poisoning with "Ammate" to Eliminate Aspen, J. Quaite; Canada, Forestry Branch
Comparison of Man Hours Required for Thinning and Clear Cutting Pole-Size Aspen, R.A. Ralston; Tech. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Electron Microscopic Investigations of the Cell Wall Organization of Wood, E. Ribi; Experimental Cell Research
Hail Damage in Forest Stands, C.G. Riley; Forestry Chronicle
The Regeneration of Aspen by Suckering, Dixon Sandberg and Arthur E. Schneider; Minnesota Forestry Notes
Sterile Conks of Fomes Igniarius on Aspen, S.B. Silverborg; Phytopathology
Consumption of Native Forage Species by Captive Mule Deer During Summer, Arthur D. Smith; Journal of Range Management
Distribution of Tension Wood and its Relation to Longitudinal Shrinkage in Aspen, B.Z. Terrell; Master. veg.
Factors Influencing the Incidence of Hypoxylon Canker of Aspen, R.L. Anderson; Abstr. in Phytopathology
Scrub Aspen Control with Basal Sprays, J.L. Arend; Tech. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta.
Reforestation of Strip Mined Bituminous Coal Land in Pennsylvania, W.C. Bramble; Journal of Forestry
Natural Mortality and Cull in Bigtooth Aspen Stands in Northeastern Iowa, K.A. Brinkman and J.E. Krajicek; Sta. Note Cent. St. For. Exp. Sta.
Occurrence and Probable Cause of Heartwood Degradation in Commercial Species of Populus, V.H. Clausen and F.H. Kaufert; Forest Products Journal
Preliminary Observations on the Effect of 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T on Aspen, Maurice W. Day, C.L. Hamner, and A.J. Panshin; Quarterly Bulletin for the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station
Labor Costs for Thinning Young Aspen, M.L. Heinselman; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. St. Paul, Minnesota: University of Minnesota.