Genomic prediction for hastening and improving efficiency of forward selection in conifer polycross mating designs: an example from white spruce
Multi‐trait genomic selection for weevil resistance, growth, and wood quality in Norway spruce.
The impact of reconstructed soils following oil sands exploitation on aspen and its associated belowground microbiome.
Année : 2018
Numéro de catalogue : 39023
Disponible au : Centre de foresterie des Laurentides
Disponibilité au SCF : PDF (demande par courriel)
Tree rings provide a new class of phenotypes for genetic associations that foster insights into adaptation of conifers to climate change.
The challenge of separating signatures of local adaptation from those of isolation by distance and colonization history: The case of two white pines.
Contrasting patterns of genetic diversity across the ranges of Pinus monticola and P. strobus: a comparison between eastern and western North American postglacial colonization histories.