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WHITE PINE BLISTER RUST: HYPERSENSITIVE RESISTANCE IN SUGAR PINE.KINLOCH BB JR; LITTLEFIELD J.1977; CANAD. J. BOT.; CANADA; DA. 1977; VOL. 55; NO 9; PP. 1148-1155; H.T. 1; ABS. FR.; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

CHANGES IN PHENOLIC ACIDS AND ABSCISIC ACID IN SUGAR PINE EMBRYOS AND MEGAGAMETOPHYTES DURING STRATIFICATIONMURPHY JB; NOLAND TL.1981; PHYSIOL. PLANT.; DNK; DA. 1981; VOL. 52; NO 3; PP. 375-379; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

GROWTH TO EARLY MATURITY OF SUGAR PINE TREES DERIVED FROM EXCISED MATURE EMBRYOS GERMINATED IN VITROHADDOCK PG.1981; FOR. CHRON.; CAN; DA. 1981; VOL. 57; NO 3; PP. 116-119; ABS. ENG/FRE; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

STRAIN AS A FUNCTION OF STRESS, STRESS RATE, AND TIME AT 90O TO THE GRAIN IN SUGAR PINESLIKER A.1978; WOOD SCI.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 10; NO 4; PP. 208-219; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

CHANGES IN PHENOLIC ACIDS AND ABSCISIC ACID IN SUGAR PINE SEED COATS DURING STRATIFICATIONMURPHY JB; NOLAND TL.1981; PHYSIOL. PLANT.; DNK; DA. 1981; VOL. 52; NO 3; PP. 370-374; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

Sugar pine and its hybridsCRITCHFIELD, W. B; KINLOCH, B. B.Silvae genetica. 1986, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 138-145, issn 0037-5349Article

RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS AND STABILITY OF DIFFERENT RESISTANCE MECHANISMS TO WHITE PINE BLISTER RUST IN SUGAR PINEKINLOCH BB JR; BYLER JW.1981; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; ISSN 0031-949X; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 71; NO 4; PP. 386-391; BIBL. 27 REF.Article

SOIL MOISTURE USED BY MIXED CONIFER FOREST IN A SUMMER-DRY CLIMATEARKLEY RJ.1981; SOIL SCI. SOC. AM. J.; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 45; NO 2; PP. 423-427; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

DNA REASSOCIATION KINETICS OF FOUR CONIFERSRAKE AV; MIKSCHE JP; HALL RB et al.1980; CANAD. J. GENET. CYTOL.; CAN; DA. 1980; VOL. 22; NO 1; PP. 69-79; ABS. FRE; BIBL. 31 REF.Article

COTYLEDON TEST FOR MAJOR GENE RESISTANCE TO WHITE PINE BLISTER RUST IN SUGAR PINEKINLOCH BB JR; COMSTOCK M.1980; CAN. J. BOT.; ISSN 0008-4026; CAN; DA. 1980; VOL. 58; NO 17; PP. 1912-1914; ABS. FRE; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

NATURAL ENEMIES AND INSECT ASSOCIATES OF THE MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE, DENDROCTONUS PONDEROSAE (COLEOPTERA: SCOLYTIDAE), IN SUGAR PINE = ENNEMIS NATURELS ET INSECTES ASSOCIES A D.P. (C.:S.) DANS LES PINUS LAMBERTIANADAHLSTEN DL; STEPHEN FM.1974; CANAD. ENTOMOLOGIST; CANADA; DA. 1974; VOL. 106; NO 11; PP. 1211-1217; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

The effect of frost cracks in sugar pine trees on lumber gradeLOWELL, E. C; FAHEY, T. D.Forest products journal. 1994, Vol 44, Num 10, pp 57-60, issn 0015-7473Article

RACE OF CRONARTIUM RIBICOLA VIRULENT TO MAJOR GENE RESISTANCE IN SUGAR PINEKINLOCH BB; COMSTOCK M.1981; PLANT DIS.; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 65; NO 7; PP. 604-605; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

Hybridization and classification of the white pines (Pinus section strobus)CRITCHFIELD, W. B.Taxon. 1986, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 647-656, issn 0040-0262Article

IMPORTANT STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF FOUR WESTERN SOFTWOODS: WHITE PINE, SUGAR PINE, WESTERN REDCEDAR, AND PORT-ORFORD-CEDARBENDTSEN BA.1972; U.S.D.A. FOREST SERV. RES. PAPER; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; NO 191; PP. 1-17Serial Issue

DRYWOOD TERMITE FEEDING DETERRENTS IN SUGAR PINE AND ANTITERMITIC ACTIVITY OF RELATED COMPOUNDSSCHEFFRAHN RH; RUST MK.1983; J. CHEM. ECOL.; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 9; NO 1; PP. 39-55; BIBL. 1 P.Article

Somatic polyembryogenesis from callus of mature sugar pine embryosGUPTA, P. K; DURZAN, D. J.Bio/technology (New York, N.Y. 1983). 1986, Vol 4, Num 7, pp 643-645, issn 0733-222XArticle

Changes in isocitrate lyase activity and ATP content during stratification and germination of sugar pine seedsNOLAND, T. L; MURPHY, J. B.Seed science and technology. 1984, Vol 12, Num 3, pp 777-787, issn 0251-0952Article

Thermal degradation of wood treated with fire retardant. II, Strength lossesBERNDT, H; SCHNIEWIND, A. P; WOO, J. K et al.Holzforschung. 1990, Vol 44, Num 6, pp 439-443, issn 0018-3830, 5 p.Article

Water transfer via ectomycorrhizal fungal hyphae to conifer seedlingsPLAMBOECK, Agneta H; DAWSON, Todd E; EGERTON-WARBURTON, Louise M et al.Mycorrhiza (Berlin). 2007, Vol 17, Num 5, pp 439-447, issn 0940-6360, 9 p.Article

Agrobacterium-mediated DNA transfer in sugar pineLOOPSTRA, C. A; STOMP, A.-M; SEDEROFF, R. R et al.Plant molecular biology. 1990, Vol 15, Num 1, pp 1-9, issn 0167-4412, 9 p.Article

Aspects of the population biology of sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana Dougl.) on an elevational gradient in the Sierra Nevada of central CaliforniaYEATON, R. I.1984, Vol 111, Num 1, pp 126-137Article

Isolation and cell regeneration of protoplasts from sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana)GUPTA, P. K; DURZAN, D. J.Plant cell reports (Print). 1986, Vol 5, Num 5, pp 346-348, issn 0721-7714Article

Cultured cells of white pine show genetic resistance to axenic blister rust HyphaeDINER, A. M; AMERSON, H. V.Science (Washington, D.C.). 1984, Vol 224, Num 4647, pp 407-408, issn 0036-8075Article

DIRECT INOCULATION OF FIVE-NEEDLE PINES WITH CRONARTIUM RIBICOLA IN AXENIC CULTUREDINER AM; MOTT RL.1982; PHYTOPATHOLOGY; ISSN 0031-949X; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 72; NO 9; PP. 1181-1184; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

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