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Effect of different shading variants in nursery stage on genetic and phenotypic structures of beech stand progenies

Effect of different shading variants in nursery stage on genetic and phenotypic structures of beech stand progenies

Forst und Holz 57(11): 338-341

Height growth and flushing of 16 beech progenies from Germany, Belgium and Sweden were assessed during 1996-98 in a German nursery. Three shading variants (60 and 80% shade and an unshaded control) were used. Isoenzyme analsis of 15 loci from 8 progenies was also carried out. Significant differences in growth were found between the 3 shading variants. However, only 6 progenies from Hessen could be differentiated from seedlings of a Swedish stand.

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