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Responding to ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) in the UK: woodland composition and replacement tree speciesBroome, A; Ray, D; Mitchell, R; Harmer, RAsh Dieback (Disease)2019AshForestry921108–119View
Ecological impacts of ash dieback and mitigation methodsBroome, Alice; Mitchell, Ruth JAsh Dieback (Disease)2017AshForestry Commission Research Note29View
Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus, the causal agent of European ash diebackGross, Andrin; Holdenrieder, Ottmar; Pautasso, Marco; Queloz, Valentin; Sieber, Thomas NiklausAsh Dieback (Disease)2014AshMolecular Plant Pathology1515–21View
The £15 billion cost of ash dieback in BritainHill, Louise; Jones, Glyn; Atkinson, Nick; Hector, Andy; Hemery, Gabriel; Brown, NickAsh Dieback (Disease)2019AshCurrent Biology299R315–R316View
Ash dieback in the UK: A review of the ecological and conservation implications and potential management optionsMitchell, R. J.; Beaton, J. K.; Bellamy, P. E.; Broome, A.; Chetcuti, J.; Eaton, S.; Ellis, C. J.; Gimona, A.; Harmer, R.; Hester, A. J.; Hewison, R. L.; Hodgetts, N. G.; Iason, G. R.; Kerr, G.; Littlewood, N. A.; Newey, S.; Potts, J. M.; Pozsgai, G.; Ray, D.; Sim, D. A.; Stockan, J. A.; Taylor, A. F. S.; Woodward, S.Ash Dieback (Disease)2014AshBiological Conservation17595–109View
Dieback of European ash (Fraxinus spp.) - consequences and guidelines for sustainable management.Vasaitis, R.; Enderle, R.Ash Dieback (Disease)2017Ash1-299
Individual resistance of Fraxinus angustifolia and F. excelsior clones to Hymenoscyphus fraxineusAdamčíková, Katarína; Pažitný, Jozef; Pastircakova, KatarínaAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2018AshJournal of Plant Protection Research583227–233View
Adaptation of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) to climate changeClark, J. R.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2013AshPhD Thesis, Bangor University
The ash resource and the response to ash dieback in Great BritainClark, J.; Webber, J.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2017AshDieback of European Ash228–237
Ash Trees for the Future?Clark, JoAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2017AshQuarterly Journal of Forestry1112117–119
The Living Ash Project: A New Breeding Programme for AshClark, JoAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2014AshQuarterly Journal of Forestry1083185-187
Susceptibility of autochthonous German Fraxinus excelsior clones to Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus is genetically determinedEnderle, Rasmus; Nakou, Aikaterini; Thomas, Kristina; Metzler, BertholdAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2015AshAnnals of Forest Science722183–193View
Temporal development of ash dieback symptoms and spatial distribution of collar rots in a provenance trial of Fraxinus excelsiorEnderle, Rasmus; Peters, Franziska; Nakou, Aikaterini; Metzler, BertholdAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2013AshEuropean Journal of Forest Research1325-6865-876View
Will natural resistance result in populations of ash trees remaining in British woodlands after a century of ash dieback disease?Evans, Matthew R.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2019AshRoyal Society Open Science68View
Molecular markers for tolerance of European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) to dieback disease identified using Associative TranscriptomicsHarper, Andrea L.; McKinney, Lea Vig; Nielsen, Lene Rostgaard; Havlickova, Lenka; Li, Yi; Trick, Martin; Fraser, Fiona; Wang, Lihong; Fellgett, Alison; Sollars, Elizabeth S. A.; Janacek, Sophie H.; Downie, J. Allan; Buggs, Richard. J. A.; Kjær, Erik Dahl; Bancroft, IanAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2016AshScientific Reports6119335View
Differences in susceptibility to ash dieback in Czech provenances of Fraxinus excelsiorHavrdová, L.; Novotná, K.; Zahradník, D.; Buriánek, V.; Pešková, V.; Šrůtka, P.; Černý, K.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2016AshForest Pathology464281-288View
Adaptive potential of ash (Fraxinus excelsior) populations against the novel emerging pathogen Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus: Adaptive potential of F. excelsiorKjaer, Erik Dahl; McKinney, Lea Vig; Nielsen, Lene Rostgaard; Hansen, Lars Nørgaard; Hansen, Jon KehletAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2012AshEvolutionary Applications53219-228View
Screening ash for ChalaraLee, S. J.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2016AshAsh Newsletter1-4
Genetic variation in dieback resistance in Fraxinus excelsior confirmed by progeny inoculation assayLobo, A.; McKinney, L. V.; Hansen, J. K.; Kjaer, E. D.; Nielsen, L. R.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2015AshForest Pathology455379–387View
The ash dieback crisis: genetic variation in resistance can prove a long-term solutionMcKinney, L. V.; Nielsen, L. R.; Collinge, D. B.; Thomsen, I. M.; Hansen, J. K.; Kjaer, E. D.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2014AshPlant Pathology633485–499View
Identifying Fraxinus excelsior tolerant to ash dieback: Visual field monitoring versus a molecular markerMenkis, Audrius; Bakys, Remigijus; Stein AAslund, Matilda; Davydenko, Kateryna; Elfstrand, Malin; Stenlid, Jan; Vasaitis, RimvydasAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2019AshForest Pathology501e12572View
Development of Ash dieback in a provenance trial on different sites in southern GermanyMetzler, B.; Enderle, R.; Karopka, M.; Töpfner, K.; Aldinger, E.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2012AshAllgemeine Forst-und Jagdzeitung1837-8168-180
Rising Out of the Ashes: Additive Genetic Variation for Crown and Collar Resistance to Hymenoscyphus fraxineus in Fraxinus excelsiorMuñoz, Facundo; Marçais, Benoît; Dufour, Jean; Dowkiw, ArnaudAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2016AshPhytopathology106121535-1543View
Genetic variation of Fraxinus excelsior half-sib families in response to ash dieback disease following simulated spring frost and summer drought treatmentsPliûra, A; Lygis, V; Marčiulyniene, D; Suchockas, V; Bakys, RAsh Dieback (Tree Improvement)2016AshiForest9112–22View
The viability of a breeding programme for ash in the British Isles in the face of ash diebackPlumb, William J.; Coker, Timothy L. R.; Stocks, Jonathan J.; Woodcock, Paul; Quine, Christopher P.; Nemesio‐Gorriz, Miguel; Douglas, Gerry C.; Kelly, Laura J.; Buggs, Richard J. A.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2020AshPlants, People, Planet2129–40View
A first assessment of Fraxinus excelsior (common ash) susceptibility to Hymenoscyphus fraxineus (ash dieback) throughout the British IslesStocks, Jonathan J.; Buggs, Richard J. A.; Lee, Steve J.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2017AshScientific Reports711–7View
Genomic basis of European ash tree resistance to ash dieback fungusStocks, Jonathan J.; Metheringham, Carey L.; Plumb, William J.; Lee, Steve J.; Kelly, Laura J.; Nichols, Richard A.; Buggs, Richard J. A.Ash Dieback (Tree Improvement)2019AshNature Ecology & Evolution31686–1696View
Common Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)Douglas, Gerry C.; Pliura, Alfas; Dufour, Jean; Mertens, Patrick; Jacques, Dominique; Fernandez-Manjares, Jean; Buiteveld, Joukje; Parnuta, Gheorghe; Tudoroiu, Marin; Curnel, Yannik; Thomasset, Muriel; Jensen, Viggo; Knudsen, Morten A.; Foffová, Elena; Chandelier, Anne; Steenackers, MarijkeGeneral2013AshForest Tree Breeding in Europe25403-462View
Biological Flora of the British Isles: Fraxinus excelsiorThomas, Peter A.General2016AshJournal of Ecology10441158–1209View
Genetic parameter estimates for growth and form traits in common ash (Fraxinus excelsior, L.) in a breeding seedling orchard at Little Wittenham in EnglandMwase, Weston F.; Savill, Peter S.; Hemery, GabrielProgeny Trials2008AshNew Forests363225–238View
Performance of Twenty Four European Fraxinus excelsior Populations in Three Lithuanian Progeny Trials with a Special Emphasis on Resistance to Chalara fraxineaPliûra, Alfas; Lygis, Vaidotas; Suchockas, Vytautas; Bartkevičius, EdmundasProgeny Trials2011AshBaltic Forestry17117–34
Sixth year results from four ash (Fraxinus excelsior) breeding seedling orchardsSavill, P. S.; Spencer, R.; Roberts, J. E.; Hubert, J. D.Progeny Trials1999AshSilvae Genetica48292–100
Early results of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) provenance trials at sites in England and WalesCundall, E. P.; Cahalan, C. M.; Connolly, T.Provenance Trials2003AshForestry764385–399View
How local is local? Identifying the scale of adaptive variation in ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.): results from the nurseryBoshier, David; Stewart, JanetVariation and Adaptation2005AshForestry782135-143View
Genetic variability and divergence among Italian populations of common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)Ferrazzini, Diana; Monteleone, Ignazio; Belletti, PieroVariation and Adaptation2007AshAnnals of Forest Science642159-168View
Ash species in Europe: biological characteristics and practical guidelines for sustainable useFRAXIGENVariation and Adaptation2005AshOxford Forestry Institute
Genetic Variation of Common Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) Populations from Provenance Regions in Southern Germany by Using Nuclear and Chloroplast MicrosatellitesHebel, I.; Haas, R.; Dounavi, A.Variation and Adaptation2006AshSilvae Genetica55138–44View
Chloroplast DNA variation and postglacial recolonization of common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) in EuropeHeuertz, M.; Fineschi, S.; Anzidei, M.; Pastorelli, R.; Salvini, D.; Paule, L.; Frascaria-Lacoste, N.; Hardy, O. J.; Vekemans, X.; Vendramin, G. G.Variation and Adaptation2004AshMolecular Ecology13113437-3452View
Nuclear Microsatellites Reveal Contrasting Patterns of Genetic Structure between Western and Southeastern European Populations of the Common Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.)Heuertz, Myriam; Hausman, Jean-Franclois; Hardy, Olivier J.; Vendramin, Giovanni G.; Frascaria-Lacoste, Nathalie; Vekemans, XavierVariation and Adaptation2004AshEvolution585976-988View
Presence of natural genetic resistance in Fraxinus excelsior (Oleraceae) to Chalara fraxinea (Ascomycota): an emerging infectious diseaseMcKinney, L. V.; Nielsen, L. R.; Hansen, J. K.; Kjær, E. D.Variation and Adaptation2011AshHeredity1065788-797View
Genome sequence and genetic diversity of European ash treesSollars, Elizabeth S A; Harper, Andrea L; Kelly, Laura J; Sambles, Christine M; Ramirez-Gonzalez, Ricardo H; Swarbreck, David; Kaithakottil, Gemy; Cooper, Endymion D; Uauy, Cristobal; Havlickova, Lenka; Worswick, Gemma; Studholme, David J; Zohren, Jasmin; Salmon, Deborah L; Clavijo, Bernardo J; Li, Yi; He, Zhesi; Fellgett, Alison; McKinney, Lea Vig; Nielsen, Lene Rostgaard; Douglas, Gerry C; Kjær, Erik Dahl; Downie, J Allan; Boshier, David; Lee, Steve; Clark, Jo; Grant, Murray; Bancroft, Ian; Caccamo, Mario; Buggs, Richard J AVariation and Adaptation2017AshNature5417636212–216View
Molecular biodiversity and population structure in common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) in Britain: implications for conservationSutherland, B. G.; Belaj, A.; Nier, S.; Cottrell, J. E.; Vaughan, S. P.; Hubert, J.; Russell, K.Variation and Adaptation2010AshMolecular Ecology19112196–2211View
Genetic Structure in the Northern Range Margins of Common Ash, Fraxinus excelsior L.Tollefsrud, Mari Mette; Myking, Tor; Sønstebø, Jørn Henrik; Lygis, Vaidotas; Hietala, Ari Mikko; Heuertz, MyriamVariation and Adaptation2016AshPLoS ONE1112e0167104View
Response of juvenile progeny of seven forest tree species and their populations to simulated climate change-related stressors, heat, elevated humidity and droughtPliûra, A; Jankauskiene, J; Lygis, V; Suchockas, V; Bajerkevičiene, G; Verbylaite, RProgeny Trials2018Ash, Birch, OakiForest113374-388View
Within-Population Variation in Juvenile Growth Rhythm and Growth in Fraxinus excelsior L. and Prunus avium L.Baliuckas, Virgilijus; Lagerström, Tomas; Eriksson, GöstaProvenance Trials2000Ash, CherryForest Genetics73183-192View
Outcomes From 15 Years of Hardwoods Research At the Northmoor TrustClark, Jo; Hemery, GabrielGeneral2009Ash, Cherry, OakQuarterly Journal of Forestry103212–219
The effects of propagation environment on the rooting of leafy cuttings of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.), sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.), and sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.)Jinks, RichardVegatative Propagation1995Ash, Sweet Chestnut, SycamoreNew Forests10183–195View
Managing birch woodlands for the production of quality timberCameron, A.General1996BirchForestry694357–371View
A review of the genetics of BetulaEriksson, Gösta; Jonsson, AlenaGeneral1986BirchScandinavian Journal of Forest Research11-4421–434View
Silviculture of birch (Betula pendula Roth and Betula pubescens Ehrh.) in Northern EuropeHynynen, J.; Niemistö, P.; Viherä-Aarnio, A.; Brunner, A.; Hein, S.; Velling, P.General2010BirchForestry831103–119View
A review of the promises and constraints of breeding silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) in FinlandKoski, Veikko; Rousi, MattiGeneral2005BirchForestry782187–198View
Genetic variation and breeding strategy of birch in FinlandViherä-Aarnio, A.General1994BirchNorwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences1819–26
Some Effects of Exposure and Frost on Selected Birch ProgeniesBlackburn, Paul; Brown, Ian R.Progeny Trials1988BirchForestry613219–234View
Potential for the improvement of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth.) in ScotlandMalcolm, D. C.; Worrell, R.Progeny Trials2001BirchForestry745439–453View
Influence of initial spacing and row‐to‐row distance on the crown and branch properties and taper of silver birch (betula pendula)Niemistö, PenttiProgeny Trials1995BirchScandinavian Journal of Forest Research101-4235–244View
Influence of initial spacing and row‐to‐row distance on the growth and yield of silver birch (betula pendula)Niemistö, PenttiProgeny Trials1995BirchScandinavian Journal of Forest Research101-4245–255View
Improvement of Betula pendula by clonal and progeny testing of phenotypically selected treesStener, Lars-Göran; Jansson, GunnarProgeny Trials2005BirchScandinavian Journal of Forest Research204292–303View
Growth and stem quality of mature birches in a combined species and progeny trialViherä-Aarnio, Anneli; Velling, PirkkoProgeny Trials1999BirchSilva Fennica333View
Early height growth of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) provenances and implications for choice of planting stock in BritainLee, S. J.; Connolly, T.; Wilson, S. McG.; Malcolm, D. C.; Fonweban, J.; Worrell, R.; Hubert, J.; Sykes, R. J.Provenance Trials2015BirchForestry884484–499View
Differences in growth and gas exchange between southern and northern provenances of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) in northern EuropeTenkanen, Antti; Keski-Saari, Sarita; Salojärvi, Jarkko; Oksanen, Elina; Keinänen, Markku; Kontunen-Soppela, SariProvenance Trials2020BirchTree Physiology402198-214View
Effects of seed transfers on yield and stem defects of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth)Viherä-Aarnio, Anneli; Kostiainen, Katri; Piispanen, Riikka; Saranpää, Pekka; Vapaavuori, ElinaProvenance Trials2013BirchForest Ecology and Management289133–142View
Seed transfers of silver birch (Betula pendula) from the Baltic to Finland – effect on growth and stem qualityViherä-Aarnio, Anneli; Velling, PirkkoProvenance Trials2008BirchSilva Fennica425View
Variation among seed sources of silver birch in ScotlandWorrell, R.; Cundall, E. P.; Malcolm, D C; Ennos, R. A.Provenance Trials2000BirchForestry735419–435View
Genetic Variation in the Date of Budburst in Scottish Birch Populations: Implications for Climate ChangeBillington, H. L.; Pelham, J.Variation and Adaptation1991BirchFunctional Ecology53403View
Genetic Variability in Two Tree Species, Acer platanoides L. and Betula pendula Roth, With Contrasting Life-history TraitsEriksson, Gösta; Black-Samuelsson, Sanna; Jensen, Martin; Myking, Tor; Rusanen, Mari; Skrøppa, Tore; Vakkari, Pekka; Westergaard, LarsVariation and Adaptation2003BirchScandinavian Journal of Forest Research184320–331View
Temperature-based population segregation in birchKelly, Colleen K.; Chase, Mark W.; de Bruijn, Anette; Fay, Michael F.; Woodward, F. IanVariation and Adaptation2003BirchEcology Letters6287–89View
Ecotype-dependent control of growth, dormancy and freezing tolerance under seasonal changes in Betula pendula RothLi, Chunyang; Viherä-Aarnio, Anneli; Puhakainen, Tuula; Junttila, Olavi; Heino, Pekka; Tapio Palva, E.Variation and Adaptation2003BirchTrees172127–132View
Net assimilation rate and shoot area development in birch (Betula pendula Roth.) at different steady-state values of nutrition and photon flux densityMcDonald, A. James S.; Lohammar, Tomas; Ingestad, TorstenVariation and Adaptation1992BirchTrees61View
Dormancy release and chilling requirement of buds of latitudinal ecotypes of Betula pendula and B. pubescensMyking, T.; Heide, O. M.Variation and Adaptation1995BirchTree Physiology1511697–704View
Photosynthesis of birch (Betula pendula) is sensitive to springtime frost and ozoneOksanen, Elina; Freiwald, Vera; Prozherina, Nadezhda; Rousi, MattiVariation and Adaptation2005BirchCanadian Journal of Forest Research353703–712View
Postglacial recolonization and cpDNA variation of silver birch, Betula pendulaPalmé, A. E.; Su, Q.; Rautenberg, A.; Manni, F.; Lascoux, M.Variation and Adaptation2003BirchMolecular Ecology121201–212View
Variation in Betula pubescens Ehrh. (Betulaceae) in Scotland: its nature and association with environmental factorsPelham, John; Gardiner, Andrew S.; Smith, Rognvald I.; Last, Frederick T.Variation and Adaptation1988BirchBotanical Journal of the Linnean Society963217–234View
Adaptability of birch (Betula pendula Roth) and aspen (Populus tremula L.) genotypes to different soil moisture conditionsPossen, Boy J. H. M.; Oksanen, Elina; Rousi, Matti; Ruhanen, Hanna; Ahonen, Viivi; Tervahauta, Arja; Heinonen, Jaakko; Heiskanen, Juha; Kärenlampi, Sirpa; Vapaavuori, ElinaVariation and Adaptation2011BirchForest Ecology and Management26281387–1399View
Resistance of birch (Betula pendula and B. platyphylla) seedlots to vole (Microtus agrestis) damageRousi, Matti; Henttonen, Heikki; Kaikusalo, AskoVariation and Adaptation1990BirchScandinavian Journal of Forest Research51-4427–436View
Genome sequencing and population genomic analyses provide insights into the adaptive landscape of silver birchSalojärvi, Jarkko; Smolander, Olli-Pekka; Nieminen, Kaisa; Rajaraman, Sitaram; Safronov, Omid; Safdari, Pezhman; Lamminmäki, Airi; Immanen, Juha; Lan, Tianying; Tanskanen, Jaakko; Rastas, Pasi; Amiryousefi, Ali; Jayaprakash, Balamuralikrishna; Kammonen, Juhana I.; Hagqvist, Risto; Eswaran, Gugan; Ahonen, Viivi Helena; Serra, Juan Alonso; Asiegbu, Fred O.; de Dios Barajas-Lopez, Juan; Blande, Daniel; Blokhina, Olga; Blomster, Tiina; Broholm, Suvi; Brosché, Mikael; Cui, Fuqiang; Dardick, Chris; Ehonen, Sanna E.; Elomaa, Paula; Escamez, Sacha; Fagerstedt, Kurt V.; Fujii, Hiroaki; Gauthier, Adrien; Gollan, Peter J.; Halimaa, Pauliina; Heino, Pekka I.; Himanen, Kristiina; Hollender, Courtney; Kangasjärvi, Saijaliisa; Kauppinen, Leila; Kelleher, Colin T.; Kontunen-Soppela, Sari; Koskinen, J Patrik; Kovalchuk, Andriy; Kärenlampi, Sirpa O.; Kärkönen, Anna K.; Lim, Kean-Jin; Leppälä, Johanna; Macpherson, Lee; Mikola, Juha; Mouhu, Katriina; Mähönen, Ari Pekka; Niinemets, Ülo; Oksanen, Elina; Overmyer, Kirk; Palva, E Tapio; Pazouki, Leila; Pennanen, Ville; Puhakainen, Tuula; Poczai, Péter; Possen, Boy J. H. M.; Punkkinen, Matleena; Rahikainen, Moona M.; Rousi, Matti; Ruonala, Raili; van der Schoot, Christiaan; Shapiguzov, Alexey; Sierla, Maija; Sipilä, Timo P.; Sutela, Suvi; Teeri, Teemu H.; Tervahauta, Arja I.; Vaattovaara, Aleksia; Vahala, Jorma; Vetchinnikova, Lidia; Welling, Annikki; Wrzaczek, Michael; Xu, Enjun; Paulin, Lars G.; Schulman, Alan H.; Lascoux, Martin; Albert, Victor A.; Auvinen, Petri; Helariutta, Ykä; Kangasjärvi, JaakkoVariation and Adaptation2017BirchNature Genetics496904–912View
Genetic variation in early fitness traits across European populations of silver birch (Betula pendula)Solé-Medina, Aida; Heer, Katrin; Opgenoorth, Lars; Kaldewey, Phillip; Danusevicius, Darius; Notivol, Eduardo; Robledo-Arnuncio, Juan J.; Ramírez-Valiente, José A.Variation and Adaptation2020BirchAoB PLANTS123plaa019View
Propagation of adult curly-birch succeeds with tissue cultureRyynänen, Leena; Ryynänen, MarttiVegatative Propagation1986BirchSilva Fennica202139–147
Micropropagated silver birches (Betula pendula) in the field – performance and clonal differencesViherä-Aarnio, Anneli; Velling, PirkkoVegatative Propagation2001BirchSilva Fennica354View
A Comparison Between European Continental and British Provenances of Some British Native Trees: Growth, Survival and Stem FormWorrell, R.Provenance Trials1992Birch, OakForestry653253–280View
Phenogenetic variation pattern in adaptive traits of Betula pendula, Alnus glutinosa and Quercus robur in LithuaniaBaliuckas, Virgilijus; Pliūra, AlfasVariation and Adaptation2008Birch, OakBiologija54260–65View
First Multisite Clonal Test of Wild Cherry (Prunus avium L.) in BelgiumCurnel, Y.; Jacques, D.; Nanson, A.Clonal Trials2003CherrySilvae Genetica52245-52
First evaluation of growth parameters in clonal test with wild cherryHajnala, M.; Lstibůrek, M.; Kobliha, J.Clonal Trials2007CherryJournal of Forest Science53257-65
An evaluation of five Wildstar clones of Prunus avium L.Kerr, Gary; Rose, DavidClonal Trials2004CherryQuarterly Journal of Forestry984263-271
Variability of wood properties in two wild cherry clonal trialsNocetti, Michela; Brunetti, Michele; Ducci, Fulvio; Romagnoli, Manuela; Santi, FrédériqueClonal Trials2010CherryWood Science and Technology444621-637View
Genetic Parameters and Selection in a Multisite Wild Cherry Clonal TestSanti, F.; Muranty, H.; Dufour, J.; Paques, L. E.Clonal Trials1998CherrySilvae Genetica472-361-67
Wild Cherry Breeding (Prunus avium L.)Ducci, Fulvio; De Cuyper, Bart; De Rogatis, Anna; Dufour, Jean; Santi, FréderiqueGeneral2013CherryForest Tree Breeding in Europe25463-511View
Wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) breeding program aimed at the use of this tree in the Czech forestryKobliha, J.General2002CherryJournal of Forest Science485202-218View
Phenotypic correlations among wood properties and growth in wild cherry plantationsNocetti, Michela; Brunetti, Michele; Ducci, Fulvio; Romagnoli, Manuela; Rozenberg, Philippe; Santi, FrédériqueGeneral2012CherryBioResources733160-3174
EUFORGEN Technical Guidelines for genetic conservation and use for wild cherry (Prunus avium)Russell, KarenGeneral2003Cherry
Wild Cherry (Prunus avium L.) for Timber Production: Consequences for Early Growth from Selection of Open-pollinated Single-tree Progenies in SwedenMartinsson, OweProgeny Trials2001CherryScandinavian Journal of Forest Research162117-126View
Results of a 33-year single-tree progeny test after open pollination of the bird cherry, Prunus avium L. var. aviumWeiser, F.Progeny Trials1996CherrySilvae Genetica (Germany)455-6260-266View
Early growth performances of various seed sources of black (Prunus serotina Erhr.) and wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) seedlings on low and high elevation sites in the western Black Sea Region of TurkeyEsen, D.; Yildiz, O.; Kulaç, S.; Çiçek, E.; Çetintas, C.; Çetin, B.; Günes, N.; Kutsal, Ç.Provenance Trials2011CherryAfrican Journal of Biotechnology1091566-1572
Genetic Variation in Reproductive Traits in a Clonal Seed Orchard of Prunus avium in Northern SpainDíaz, R.; Merlo, E.Seed Orchards2008CherrySilvae Genetica571-6110-118View
Developing Seed Orchards for Wild CherryRussell, K.Seed Orchards2002CherryQuarterly Journal of Forestry964267-270
DNA fingerprinting of elite Greek wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) genotypes using microsatellite markersAvramidou, E.; Ganopoulos, I. V.; Aravanopoulos, F. A.Variation and Adaptation2010CherryForestry835527-533View
S-locus diversity and cross-compatibility of wild Prunus avium for timber breedingCachi, Ariana M.; Wünsch, Ana; Vilanova, Antoni; Guàrdia, Merce; Ciordia, Marta; Aletà, NeusVariation and Adaptation2017CherryPlant Breeding1361126-131View
Contemporary pollen flow, characterization of the maternal ecological neighbourhood and mating patterns in wild cherry (Prunus avium L.)Cottrell, J. E.; Vaughan, S. P.; Connolly, T.; Sing, L.; Moodley, D. J.; Russell, K.Variation and Adaptation2009CherryHeredity1032118-128View
Genetic variation in Italian wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) as characterized by nSSR markersDe Rogatis, A.; Ferrazzini, D.; Ducci, F.; Guerri, S.; Carnevale, S.; Belletti, P.Variation and Adaptation2013CherryForestry863391-400View
Genetic Variability of Wild Cherry (Prunus avium L.) Seed Stands in Slovenia as Revealed by Nuclear Microsatellite LociJarni, Kristjan; De Cuyper, Bart; Brus, RobertVariation and Adaptation2012CherryPLoS ONE77e41231View
Genetic diversity and genotypic stability in Prunus avium L. at the northern parts of species distribution rangeLobo, Albin; Kjær, Erik Dahl; Olrik, Ditte Christina; Stener, Lars-Göran; Hansen, Jon KehletVariation and Adaptation2018CherryAnnals of Forest Science75262View
Comparative analysis of the within-population genetic structure in wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) at the self-incompatibility locus and nuclear microsatellitesSchueler, Silvio; Tusch, Alexandra; Scholz, FlorianVariation and Adaptation2006CherryMolecular Ecology15113231-3243View
S-Genotype Diversity in Wild Cherry Populations in the Czech RepublicSharma, K.; Korecký, J.; Soldateschi, E.D. Patrizio; Sedlák, P.Variation and Adaptation2017CherryScientia Agriculturae Bohemica48292-97View
Distribution and fine-scale spatial-genetic structure in British wild cherry (Prunus avium L.)Vaughan, S P; Cottrell, J E; Moodley, D J; Connolly, T; Russell, KVariation and Adaptation2007CherryHeredity985274-283View
Clonal structure and recruitment in British wild cherry (Prunus avium L.)Vaughan, S. P.; Cottrell, J. E.; Moodley, D. J.; Connolly, T.; Russell, K.Variation and Adaptation2007CherryForest Ecology and Management2422-3419-430View
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