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Title: Tolerance of Cottonwood to Damage by Cottonwood Leaf Beetle
Author: Oliveria, F. L.; Cooper, D. T.;
Source: In: Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference 14:213-217.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Description: Wide variation in tolerance to the cottonwood leaf beetle was found in fourteen hundred eastern cottonwood clones, originating from 36 young natural stands along the Mississippi River from Memphis, Tennessee, to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Expected genetic gains were large enough to justify further research.
Keywords: Host resistance, defoliation, Populus deltoides, Chrysomela scripta
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Oliveria, F. L.; Cooper, D. T. 1977. Tolerance of Cottonwood to Damage by Cottonwood Leaf Beetle. In: Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference 14:213-217.
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