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Hybridization of black spruce and Serbian spruce



Hybridization of black spruce and Serbian spruce



Information Report, Maritimes Forest Research Centre, Canada (M-X-112): i + 30



All but 3 of 23 crosses of Picea mariana X P. omorika (or the reciprocal) between 1964 and 1974 yielded full seed. Crossabilities were estimated as 0.40 and 0.62 (reciprocal), with an overall mean of 0.44: these values suggest a closer relation than any found hitherto between an Old World and a New World spruce. The phylogenetic relation between the species is discussed.

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