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Resistance of pin oak quercus palustris progenies to iron chlorosis



Resistance of pin oak quercus palustris progenies to iron chlorosis



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 105(4): 519-522



Progenies of individual pin oaks (Q. palustris Muenchh.) from 19 natural and 2 cultivated populations were evaluated for severity of Fe chlorosis in solution culture and soil environments. Variation among progenies of different parents was statistically significant in all cases; but rankings varied considerably among experimental environments. Population means differed significantly in 2 experiments. There was a weak geographic pattern to population means: populations from northcentral and northwestern portions of the species' range were consistently among those most resistant to chlorosis. One population from northern Illinois [USA] appears particularly promising as a candidate for testing and selection.

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