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Variation in turpentine content of Aleppo pine oleoresin



Variation in turpentine content of Aleppo pine oleoresin



Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 39(4): 94-97



Oleoresin samples were analysed from 400 Pinus halepensis trees from 16 seed sources (14 Greek, 1 each from Italy and Morocco) in a 15-yr-old trial in NW Peloponnisos, Greece. Provenance means of turpentine content ranged from 24.8 to 29.8%; the range of values for individual trees was between 14 and 36%. There was more variation among trees within provenances (87% of total variability) than among provenances.

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