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Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types

Don Minore

Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types

by Don Minore

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germination.,
  • Seeds -- United States -- Viability.,
  • Seedlings -- United States.,
  • Conifers -- United States -- Seeds.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDon Minore.
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service research paper PNW -- 348., Research paper PNW -- 348.
    ContributionsPacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], 25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17669746M

    Oecologia habitat quality, with greater midden use indicating better habitat conditions. Reinhart and Mattson () found fewer resident squirrels in nearly pure stands of P. albicaulis compared to mixed conifer stands containing P. albicaulis. They speculated that P. albicaulis-dominant forests are not hospitable habitat because of lower basal area and treeCited by: Plants with one cotyledon are called monocots. Those with two are dicots. Spring like conditions soil that’s wet and beginning to warm up, and longer days and stronger sunlight signal the seed to break dormancy. Light triggers germination of many small seeds, while other seeds germinate best in darkness.

    survival and growth of seedlings. Many other insects feed on jack pine cones. Young stands of jack pine are susceptible to defoliation by the redheaded pine sawfly (Neodiprion lecontei). Jack pine is susceptible to many fungi, diseases and rust. Cultivars, Improved, and Selected Materials (and area of origin)File Size: KB. other two species are found on semi-stable or stable sand dunes. This study included examining (1) effects of tem-perature, light and polyethylene glycol (PEG) on seed germination, and (2) emergence and survival of seedlings when seeds were sown on the surface of, or at different depths in, sand, and irrigated under different regimes. In.

    seedlings which are taller () and bigger ( cm) than their counterparts in seedbed. Seedlings in pots showed a low variability () in height among themselves and a low deviation from the true mean (±) compared to seedlings in seedbed which showed a bit high variability () and a bigFile Size: KB. title = "Germination of two seed types from three dalea species", abstract = "Dalea species are legumes that often are included in seed mixtures used for prairie restorations. Three Dalea species (D. foliosa, D. candida, and D. purpurea) exhibit two different types of seeds: plump (well-rounded larger) and dented (wrinkled smaller) by: 5.


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Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types by Don Minore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types. [Portland, Or.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Title. Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types / Related Titles. Series: Research paper PNW ; By. Minore, Don. Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.). Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types.

[Portland, Or.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Erratum: Germination, survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types.

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This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus. These results were compared with the native Quercus rubra survival and growth under the same conditions. Two-hundred-fifty seeds and 30 transplants for each species were planted at each site.

Germination, survival, and growth were measured three times over one growing season and analyzed using generalized linear mixed by: 4. The viable seeds of the two species were planted at depths;and cm. V unguiculata exhibited the highest germination percentage at cm in both moisture treatments, but no.

Conifer - Conifer - Germination: The mature seed consists of the dormant embryo embedded in remnants of the female gametophyte and megasporangium (nucellus) and surrounded by a seed coat. The seed coat of conifers is similar to that of other gymnosperms, developing from an integument with three distinct layers.

Only the hard middle stony layer is evident in most conifers, protecting the embryo. Germination, survival and early growth of black cherry under various seedbed and supplemental treatments / survival and early growth of conifer seedlings in two habitat types / View Metadata.

By: Minore, Don. - Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.) Thanks to @mayrlibrary for making this treasure of a book free. Germination, Survival, and Early Growth of Red Alder Seedlings in the Central Coast Range of Oregon Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(10) October   1 Acer mono is one of the earliest germinating species in hardwood forests of northern Japan.

To evaluate the advantage of early germination for the seedling establishment, differences in the temporal pattern of leaf development between the seedlings and overstorey trees were investigated, together with the timing of dry mass gain and allocation, survival and mortality agents of by: Germination is the process by which an organism grows from a seed or similar structure.

The most common example of germination is the sprouting of a seedling from a seed of an angiosperm or ation also includes the growth of a sporeling from a spore, such as the spores of Fungus, ferns, bacteria, and the growth of the pollen tube from the pollen grain of seed plants.

An investigation of seed germination and early seedling growth ofEucalyptus microtheca was based on seed collection from 10 widely separated provenances in Australia.

Genetic variation of seed germination and early seedling growth was observed among a series of provenances whose natural habitats range from different climatic condition. In the ten provenances, both the model of seed relative Cited by: 2.

We examined germination and seedling survival of Petrocoptis grandiflora and Petrocoptis viscosa (Caryophyllaceae), two narrow endemic species from the northwest Iberian Peninsula. The experiments were carried out with seeds of three of eight populations of P.

grandiflora and one of the three sole populations of P. natural conditions, both P. grandiflora and P. viscosa produce Cited by: Characterization of seed germination and seedling survival during the initial wet-dry periods following planting GARY W.

FRASIER Abstract Combined greenhouse, laboratory, and field studies were con- ducted to develop techniques which could be used to characterize seed germination and seedling survival of a plant species when.

When this symptom first appeared in two to three seedlings of each species, the remaining healthy-looking seedlings were transferred to commercial Bioplant ® substrate soil and recovery and survival were monitored for 30 days.

Seedlings were maintained under the same conditions of photoperiod, light and temperature used during by:   We studied seed germination and early seedling growth of Pinus densata to explore the range of variability within the species and to inform afforestation practices. Phenotypes were evaluated at a forest tree nursery under conditions that support Pinus yunnanensis, one of the presumed parental species of P.

densata. Seeds were collected from 20 open-pollinated trees within each of eight Cited by: 4. competition influence conifer seedling emergence and early survival in two Minnesota coniferŒdeciduous forests Meredith W.

Cornett, Klaus J. Puettmann, and Peter B. Reich Abstract: There is concern that the conifer component of mixed coniferŒdeciduous forests in the Great Lakes region is on the.

Germination. is the emergence of the seedling from the seed. Seeds must be mature and the environmental factors must be favorable before germination can take place. When mature seed is placed under favorable conditions and fails to germinate, it is said to be.

dormant. There are two basic types of dormancy. The first, seed coat dormancy. Methods: Radiata pine seedling germination and growth were measured under controlled environmental conditions (incubators for seed germination, growth cabinets for seedlings), and results used to adapt, parameterise and test two published hybrid models; one for germination (the hydrothermal time model); and one for seedling growth in the first.

Griffin entitled "Germination and Early Survival of Picea rubens Sargent in Experimental Laboratory and Field Plantings." I reconunem that it be accepted for nine quarter hours of credit in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, 'With a major Author: Nancy C.

Wilson.Pareliussen et al. () studied the survival and growth rates of seedlings of five native tree and shrub species planted in grassland at various distances from forest within the RS Ambohitantely. Fifteen months after planting, survival of these species ranged from 40 % to 51 %.Cited by: 4.The beginning of the growth of a seed into a seedling is known as germination.

All seeds need water, oxygen and the right temperature to germinate. Dormancy is a state of suspended animation in which seeds delay germination until conditions are right for survival and growth.