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Forest Genetics for Productivity


This thematic series is based on papers presented at the Forest Genetics for Productivity Conference, 14-18 March 2016, Rotorua, New Zealand. 

Edited by: Ruth Falshaw


  1. Content type: Short report

    The productive potential of European species of forest tree assumes particular importance in the context of populations adapting to accelerating climatic change. Genotype-environment interaction (G × E) was st...

    Authors: Marcin Klisz, Szymon Jastrzębowski, Krzysztof Ukalski, Joanna Ukalska and Paweł Przybylski

    Citation: New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 2017 47:8

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  2. Content type: Review

    Favourable interactions between genotype, site and silviculture are desired for growing radiata pine, site and silviculture being two components of environment. Our challenge is to characterise the interaction...

    Authors: Rowland D. Burdon, Yongjun Li, Mari Suontama and Heidi S. Dungey

    Citation: New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 2017 47:6

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  3. Content type: Research article

    Renewable energy sources such as biomass are an important aspect of the energy policy of the European Union. As the use of ‘full-value wood’ for energy purposes has been restricted, short-rotation forestry may...

    Authors: Marzena Niemczyk, Tomasz Wojda and Adam Kaliszewski

    Citation: New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 2016 46:22

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  4. Content type: Short report

    Increasing demand for renewable energy resources and the need to mitigate climate change have raised interest in short-rotation forestry with fast-growing deciduous trees like hybrid aspen (Populus tremula L. × P...

    Authors: Reimo Lutter, Arvo Tullus, Tea Tullus and Hardi Tullus

    Citation: New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 2016 46:20

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