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  1. Acacia tree fallows in Senegal. Annual report (1991). (1992)
Lindley D K, Deans J D et al
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  2. Acacia tree fallows in Senegal. Annual report (1992). (1993)
Lindley D K, Deans J D et al
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  3. Acacia tree fallows in Senegal. Final report on extension. (1995)
Lindley D K, Deans J D et al
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  4. Acacia tree fallows in Senegal. Final report. (1994)
Lindley D K, Deans J D et al
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  5. Agroforestry in the semi-arid zone - a complex mix of above- and below-ground interactions. (1996)
Deans J D, Wilson J. et al
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  6. Assessment of frost damage to leafless stem tissues of Quercus petraea: a reappraisal of the method of relative conductivity. (1995)
Deans J D, Billington H L et al
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  7. The assessment of frost hardiness in woody plants. (1996)
Deans J D, Sheppard L.J. et al
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  8. The biomass production of three poplar clones in relation to intercepted solar radiation. (1992)
Milne R, Sattin M et al
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  9. Biomass relationships for tree species in regenerating semi-deciduous tropical moist forest in Cameroon. (1996)
Deans J D, Moran J et al
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  10. Chloroplast DNA variation in European white oaks; Phylogeography and patterns of diversity based on data from over 2600 populations (2002)
Petit R J, Csaikl U M et al
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Petit, R J (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  11. Chloroplast DNA variation on British oak populations (2001)
Cottrell J, Tabbener H et al
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Cottrell, J (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  12. Clonal differences in planting stock quality of Sitka spruce. (1992)
Deans J D, Mason W L et al
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  13. A comparative economic analysis of the impacts of improved agroforestry techniques in Sahelian farming systems in Senegal and Mali. ENRICH final report (2004)
Sullivan C A, Sissoko P et al
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Sullivan, C A (Caroline) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  14. Comparative growth, biomass production, nutrient use and soil amelioration by nitrogen-fixing tree species in semi-arid Senegal (2003)
Deans J D, Diagne O et al
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  15. Comparative water use by dryland trees in parklands in Senegal (2004)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  16. Comparison of tree-intercrop root interactions of Gliricidia and Grevillea in semi-arid Kenya. Annual report to the Forestry Research Programme July 1995 - June 1996. (1996)
Wilson J., Deans J D et al
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  17. Comparison of tree-intercrop root interactions of Gliricidia and Grevillea in semi-arid Kenya. Quarterly progress report April-June 1997. (1997)
Wilson J., Deans J D et al
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  18. Comparison of tree-intercrop root interactions of Gliricidia and Grevillea in semi-arid Kenya. Quarterly progress report July-September 1997. (1997)
Wilson J., Deans J D et al
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  19. Comparison of tree: intercrop interactions of Gliricidia and Grevillea in semi-arid Kenya. (1998)
Wilson J., Deans J D et al
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  20. A comparison of two methods of estimating transpiration rates from a Sitka spruce plantation. (1985)
Milne R, Deans J D et al
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Milne, R (Ron) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  21. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. 2nd Interim report: 1st June 2002 - 30th November 2002 (2002)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  22. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. 3rd Progress report (2004)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  23. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Final report (2004)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  24. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Interim report: 1st June 2001 - 30th November 2001 (2001)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  25. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Progress report: 1st June 2002 - 31st May 2002 (2002)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  26. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Progress report: 1st June 2002 - 31st May 2003 (2003)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  27. Construction of a geographic map of genetic types. Synthetic maps of gene diversity and provenance performance for utilisation and conservation of oak genetic resources in Europe. Progress report for the period 01-03-1996 to 28-02-1997. (1997)
Deans J D, Gillies A C M et al
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  28. Construction of a geographic map of genetic types. Synthetic maps of gene diversity and provenance performance for utilisation and conservation of oak genetic resources in Europe. Progress report for the period 01-03-1997 to 28-02-1998. (1998)
Deans J D, Gillies A C M et al
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  29. Construction of a geographic map of genetic types. Synthetic maps of gene diversity and provenance performance for utilisation and conservation of oak genetic resources in Europe. Progress report for the period 01-03-1997 to 31-08-1998. (1998)
Deans J D, Gillies A C M et al
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  30. Decline in the growth of thick roots as forests age: does it increase the risks of windthrow? (1985)
Deans J D, Ford E.D.
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  31. Deep beneath the trees in Senegal. (1994)
Deans J D, Lindley D K et al
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  32. Distribution of chloroplast DNA variation in British oaks (Quercus robur and Q. petraea): the influence of postglacial colonisation and human management (2002)
Cottrell J E, Munro R C et al
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  33. Distribution of roots, arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation and spores around fast-growing tree species in Senegal. (1997)
Ingleby K, Diagne O et al
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Ingleby, K (Kevin) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  34. Distribution of thick roots in a Sitka spruce plantation 16 years after planting. (1983)
Deans J D
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  35. Domestication of trees for agroforestry in drylands. (1999)
Leakey R.R.B., Wilson J. et al
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Leakey, R.R.B. (Roger) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  36. Dynamics of coarse root production in a young plantation of Picea sitchensis. (1981)
Deans J D
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  37. The effects of canopy structure on stemflow, throughfall and interception loss in a young Sitka spruce plantation. (1978)
Ford E.D., Deans J D
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Ford, E.D. (David) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  38. Effects of environment on forest growth. (1979)
Ford E.D., Deans J D et al
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Ford, E.D. (David) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  39. Effects of respacing on young Sitka spruce crops. (1999)
Deans J D, Milne R
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  40. An electrical recording soil moisture tensiometer. (1978)
Deans J D, Milne R
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  41. Exploring below ground complementarity in agroforestry using sap flow and root fractal techniques. (1997)
Ong C K, Mutua J et al
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  42. Exploring below ground complementarity in agroforestry using sap flow and root fractal techniques. (1999)
Ong C K, Deans J D et al
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  43. Fluctuations of the soil environment and fine root growth in a young Sitka spruce plantation. (1979)
Deans J D
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  44. Frost hardiness and visible injury of spruce seedlings subjected to simulated acid mist. (1989)
Leith I D, Cape J N et al
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  45. Frost hardiness of provenanaces of Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. (1996)
Deans J D, Harvey F J
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  46. Frost hardiness of red spruce in relation to forest decline. Final report. (1990)
Cannell M G R, Fowler D. et al
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  47. Frost hardiness of sixteen European provenances of sessile oak growing in Scotland. (1996)
Deans J D, Harvey F J
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  48. Genetic improvement of tea. Final report February 1987 - January 1990. (1990)
Cannell M G R, Harvey F J et al
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Cannell, M G R (Melvin) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  49. Genetic improvement of tea. Interim report. (1989)
Cannell M G R, Harvey F J et al
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Cannell, M G R (Melvin) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  50. Growing regimes for bare-root stock of Sitka spruce, Douglas fir and Scots pine. I. Morphology at the end of the nursery phase. (1989)
Deans J D, Mason W L et al
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  51. Growing regimes for bare-root stock of Sitka spruce, Douglas fir and Scots pine. II. Forest performance. (1989)
Mason W L, Sharpe A L et al
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  52. Growth of a Sitka spruce plantation: spatial distribution and seasonal fluctuations of lengths, weights and carbohydrate concentrations of fine roots. (1977)
Ford E.D., Deans J D
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Ford, E.D. (David) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  53. The high rate of production achieved by a plantation of Sitka spruce. (1981)
Ford E.D., Deans J D
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Ford, E.D. (David) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  54. Identification of refugia and post-glacial colonisation routes of European white oaks based on chloroplast DNA and fossil pollen evidence (2002)
Petit R J, Brewer S et al
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Petit, R J (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  55. INCO-DC International cooperation with developing countries (1998-2002). Multipurpose nitrogen fixing trees and their associated microsymbionts for soil nutrient enrichment in sub Saharan Africa. First Progress Report: covering period from 1/11/1999 to 31/04/2001 (2001)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  56. The influence of above-ground production and stand structure on root production. (poster). (1981)
Ford E.D., Deans J D
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  57. Influence of desiccation and rough handling on Sitka spruce. (1986)
Deans J D, Economic Forestry Group.
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  58. The influence of desiccation, rough handling and cold storage on the quality and establishment of Sitka spruce planting stock. (1990)
Deans J D, Lundberg C et al
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  59. The influence of thinning and spacing on growing timber for the market. (1985)
Ford E.D., Deans J D
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  60. Intra and interspecific gene flow in oaks as mechanisms promoting genetic diversity and adaptive portential. Oakflow scientific progress report Year 2 (2002) (2003)
Lowe A.J., Munro R C et al
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  61. Intra and interspecific gene flow in oaks as mechanisms promoting genetic diversity and adaptive portential. Oakflow scientific progress report Year 3 (2003) (2004)
Munro R C, Lowe A.J. et al
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  62. Intra and interspecific gene flow in oaks as mechanisms promoting genetic diversity and adaptive portential. Oakflow Scientific progress report Year 1 (2001) (2002)
Lowe A.J., Munro R C et al
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  63. Is there a correlation between chloroplastic and nuclear divergence, or what are the roles of history and selection on genetic diversity in European oaks? (2002)
Kremer A, Kleinschmit J et al
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Kremer, A (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  64. Late Autumn frost resistance of twelve North European provenances of Quercus species (2004)
Jensen J S, Deans J D et al
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Jensen, J S (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  65. Measurement and modelling of the movement of water through Sitka spruce forests. (1983)
Milne R, Ford E.D. et al
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  66. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: annual report 98/99 (1999)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  67. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: INCO-DC International Cooperation with Developing Countries (1994-1998). Final report (2003)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  68. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: INCO-DC International Cooperation with Developing Countries (1994-1998). Second Annual Report: 1-11-1999 to 31-10-2000 (2001)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  69. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: INCO-DC International Cooperation with Developing Countries (1994-1998). Third Annual Report: 1/11/2000 to 31/10/2001 (2002)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  70. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: INCO-DC International Cooperation with Developing Countries (1994-1998). Third Progress Report: 1-11-2000 to 30-04-2001 (2001)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  71. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: second six-monthly activity report. (2000)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  72. Minimising competition in dryland agroforestry: six-monthly activity report. (1999)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  73. Modelling root structure and stability. (1983)
Deans J D, Ford E.D.
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  74. Morphological variation in mixed oak stands (Quercus robur and Quercus petraea) is stable across western European populations (2002)
Kremer A, Dupouey J L et al
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  75. Morphology of the structural root system of Sitka spruce. 1. Analysis and quantitative description. (1983)
Henderson R, Ford E.D. et al
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  76. Multipurpose nitrogen fixing trees and their associated microsymbionts for soil nutrient enrichment in sub Saharan Africa. First Annual Scientific Report: 1/11/1999 to 31/10/2001 (2002)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  77. Multipurpose nitrogen fixing trees and their associated microsymbionts for soil nutrient enrichment in sub Saharan Africa. INCO-DC International cooperation with developing countries (1998-2002). Final Scientific report (2004)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  78. Multipurpose nitrogen fixing trees and their associated microsymbionts for soil nutrient enrichment in sub Saharan Africa. INCO-DC International cooperation with developing countries (1998-2002). Third Progress Report 1/10/2002-31/03/2003 (2003)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  79. Multipurpose nitrogen fixing trees and their associated microsymbionts for soil nutrient enrichment in sub Saharan Africa. INCO-DC International cooperation with developing countries (1998-2002). Second Annual Scientific Report: 1/10/2001 to 30/09/2002 (2002)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  80. Multipurpose nitrogen fixing trees and their associated microsymbionts for soil nutrient enrichment in sub Saharan Africa. INCO-DC International cooperation with developing countries (1998-2002). Third Annual Scientific Report: 1/10/2002 to 30/09/2003 (2003)
Deans J D, Munro R C et al
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  81. Mycorrhizal inoculum potential of soils from alley cropping plots in Senegal (2001)
Diagne O, Ingleby K et al
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  82. Nitrogen in interstitial waters in the Sahel; Natural Baseline, Pollutant or Resource? (2005)
Deans J D, Edmunds W.M. et al
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  83. Nutrient and organic-matter accumulation in Acacia senegal fallows over 18 years. (1999)
Deans J D, Diagne O et al
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  84. Nutrient budgets in a chronosequence of Acacia senegal plantations in a Sahelian savannah. (1997)
Lindley D K, Diagne O et al
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  85. Oak leaf Morphology in Intensively Studied Plots (ISPs) and its relationship with trees typical of Quercus robur, Q. petraea and intermediate types. Synthetic maps of gene diversity and provenance performance for utilisation and conservation of oak genetic resources in Europe. Progress report for the period 01-03-1998 to 28-02-1999. (1999)
Lowe A.J., Deans J D et al
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  86. Oak leaf Morphology in Intensively Studied Plots (ISPs) and its relationship with trees typical of Quercus robur, Q. petraea and intermediate types. Synthetic maps of gene diversity and provenance performance for utilisation and conservation of oak genetic resources in Europe. Progress report for the period 01-03-1998 to 31-08-1999. (1999)
Lowe A.J., Deans J D et al
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  87. Optimal tree fallow rotations. (1995)
Cannell M G R, Mobbs D C et al
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  88. Phenologies of sixteen European provenances of sessile oak growing in Scotland. (1995)
Deans J D, Harvey F J
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  89. Postspawning movements and habitat selection of dace in the river Frome, Dorset, southern England. (1998)
Clough S, Garner P et al
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  90. Producing uniform conifer planting stock. (1989)
Mason W L, Deans J D et al
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  91. Production of containerised planting stock. Final confidential report November 1988 - March 1990. (1990)
Deans J D, Billington H L et al
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  92. Project initiation workshop for ZF0094 - pruning effects on root function. (1999)
Wilson J., Deans J D et al
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  93. Pruning gets to the root of the problem (2000)
Wilson J., Deans J D
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  94. Pruning to improve spatial complementarity in utilization of below-ground resources. Final technical report (2004)
Wilson J., Deans J D et al
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  95. Radiation interception measurement in poplar: sample size and comparison between tube solarimeters and quantum sensors. (1997)
Sattin M, Milne R et al
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  96. The response of trees to environmental fluctuations. (1984)
Ford E.D., Milne R et al
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  97. Rhizobial nodulation of Acacia tree species in Sudan: soil inoculum potential and effects of peat. (1993)
Deans J D, Ali O M et al
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  98. The role of Acacia trees in the rehabilitation of degraded land in the Blue Nile Province, Sudan. (1991)
Lindley D K, Ali O M et al
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  99. Root architecture of provenances, seedlings and cuttings of Melia volkensii: implications for crop yield in dryland agroforestry (2002)
Mulatya J M, Wilson J. et al
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  100. Root distribution in a young spruce plantation. (1976)
Ford E.D., Deans J D et al
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