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Tree Physiology, Volume 6, 1990: Contents
... and V. Koski Tree Physiology 6:4156 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Needle growth in Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis): effects of nutrient deficiency and needle position within shoots J. W. Chandler and ... :6977 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Influence of water stress on the physiology and growth of red spruce seedlings J. R. Seiler and B. H. Cazell Tree Physiology 6:7985 [ Summary ] [ Full ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 8, 1991: Contents
... McLaughlin Tree Physiology 8:2336 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Winter desiccation and injury of subalpine red spruce Graham T. Herrick and Andrew J. Friedland Tree Physiology 8:3746 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ... Tree Physiology 8:8391 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Acquired thermotolerance of jack pine, white spruce and black spruce seedlings R. S. Koppenaal, S. J. Colombo and E. Blumwald Tree Physiology 8: ...
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... was a victim of Hurricane Hugo. Rot associated with Armillaria mellea in a root of red spruce. The tree root did compartmentalize the infection, but in doing so the volume of root ...
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... many other details of the tree's log will become obvious. RED OAK, Quercus rubra, 38 years old, with a closed and compartmentalized ... rough phellem of the tree. RED SPRUCE, Picea nibra, 40 years old, with a closed and compartmentalized wound. Spruce trees are conifers that have ... tree was injured. Note the sudden decrease in growth rate. 4. Spruce trees have very few resin ducts in healthy wood. The ...
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Spruce
... spruce in North America. Picea pungens 'River Road': blue spruce - zone 3. Picea rubens: red spruce - Red spruce can grow up to 100 ft., and is comfortable at altitudes up to 6000 ft. It has rich purple-brown bark which turns red ...
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Identify the Spruce
... Online Degrees Yellow Pages Forums Most Popular Articles Latest Articles Help Englemann spruce C.J. Earle, Gymnosperm Database Newsletters & RSSEmail to a friendAdd to del ... Up Now! Trees in the Pine Family - Pinaceae Pinaceae Earle Description of Various Spruce red black white sitka Englemann Leaves: persistent or deciduous, linear or needle-like. ...
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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... Spruce needles can be blunt as in the white spruce, or sharply pointed as in the Colorado spruce. The needles on both spruce and ... one side as compared to the rounded appearance of spruce tree branchlets. Spruce needles are attached to small, stalk-like woody projections. ... a particularly orange/red peeling bark. White pines can have smooth bark, even when mature. The bark on spruce trees is generally ...
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Questions On Spruce
... have been diagnosed with spider mites. I also have a blue spruce and another spruce tree in the side yard. We love these trees for ... mature blue spruce trees in our yard. This spring the new growth at the top of one of the trees is very bright red, but ... you remove carefully. It could be damage from either the spruce budworm or the yellowheaded spruce sawfly. I suspect the latter. Or there could be ...
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Spruce Pine Range and Habitat
... hawthorn (Crataegus spp.), fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus), sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), sassafras (Sassafras albidum), red maple (Acer rubrum), yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), pondcypress (Taxodium distichum var. ... southern pines are unsuccessful." Hybrids According to Kossuth and Michael (1990) : "Spruce pine has been successfully crossed with shortleaf pine but only when ...
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Spruce Pine Bark
... ridges dark gray Spruce pine has bark unlike any of the other southern pines. Not as deeply furrowed, the bark's appearance has been compared to that of southern red oak, Quercus ...
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