Family differences influence the aboveground biomass of loblolly pine plantations
P. E. Pope, D. L. Graney, Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.), United States. Forest Service
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, 1979 - Loblolly pine - 6 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
11-year-old loblolly pine aboveground biomass annual and total ANOVA Arkansas average branch diameter average total biomass Average total dry bark Basal Area biomass of loblolly bole wood branch components Compares the aboveground D. L. GRANEY differed from average Differences in stem different by family Distribution of dry Distribution of growth dormant season foliage dry matter accumulation dry weights differed dry-to-fresh weight Families 1-4 families in plantations families of 11-year-old families of loblolly Family Differences Influence four families genetically unimproved plantations Growth Distribution half-sib families hectare Height D.b.h. index Influence the Aboveground internode kg/ha Larsen live crown loblolly pine Pinus loblolly pine plantations Location and Reference Metz needle number pine Pinus taeda Reference Age reported for stands sample trees seed sources significantly among families significantly different site index specific gravity Stand data stem wood subsamples total dry matter Total dry weights Tree component weight by family weight of stem weights differed significantly