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Variation among healthy and deteriorating aspen clones



Variation among healthy and deteriorating aspen clones



Research Paper, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (INT-264): 12



A further study comparing (a) healthy and (b) deteriorating clones of Populus tremuloides, based on data from 10 sites of each in Logan Canyon, Utah. Significant differences in various characteristics of stands (including av. stem age, stems/ha, b.a. and site index) and individual trees (including ht. and crown length ratio) were found between (a) and (b), but there was n.s.d. at 2 yr old between the morphology or capacity for vegetative reproduction of rooted sucker cuttings.

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