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Genetic Resources of European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) for Sustainable Forestry. Proceedings of the COST E52 Final Meeting. 4-6 May 2010, Burgos, Spain


Genetic Resources of European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) for Sustainable Forestry. Proceedings of the COST E52 Final Meeting. 4-6 May 2010, Burgos, Spain
Genetic Resources of European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) for Sustainable Forestry. Proceedings of the COST E52 Final Meeting. 4-6 May 2010, Burgos, Spain

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Affiliation: VTI-Institute of Forest Genetic (Germany) / Forest Research Centre (CIFOR) INIA (Spain) / Bern University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland) / Technical University in Zvolen. Faculty of Forestry (Slovakia) / Forest Research Institute (Bulgaria) / Department of Agricultural and Forest Economics, Engineering, Sciences and Technologies. University of Florence (Italy) / Forest Research and Management Institute (Romania) / Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment (Serbia) / NAGREF-Forest Research Institute (Greece) / Forest Research Institute (Poland) / Centre d´Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolution (France) / Unidad de Anatomía. ETSI de Montes. UPM (Spain) / Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences. University of Helsinki (Finland) / Croatian Forest Research Institute (Croatia) / University of Zagreb. Faculty of Forestry. Department of Forest Genetics, Dendrology and Botany (Croatia) / Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries. Institute for Forest Genetics (Germany) / Department of Biosciences. Plant Biology. University of Helsinki (Finland) / Slovenian Forestry Institute (Slovenia) / Northmoor Trust. Hill Farm (UK) / Freie Universität Berlin. Institut für Biologie (Germany) / DEMNA-DMF (Belgium) / University of Western Hungary (Hungary) / Institute of Systems Biology and Ecology AS CR (Czech Republic) / Dpto. de Ingeniería Agroforestal. Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Spain) / Bavarian Offic for Forest Seeding and Planting (Germany) / University of West Hungary. Faculty of Forestry. Institute of Environmental and Earth Sciences (Hungary) / Alterra (The Netherlands)

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Publication year: 2011

Language: English, Spanish

Subjects: Forestry

Collection: INIA Monographs: Forestry

Review:

Beech is a dominant forest tree species of high economic as well as ecological importance with a wide distribution range linking Scandinavia and the Mediterranean. Due to its functional flexibility and large genetic plasticity, beech can be utilized to study wide reaching influences affecting ecosystems. The COST Action E52 "Evaluation of Beech Genetic Resources for Sustainable Forestry" commenced March 2006. During the final meeting of this COST action (Burgos, Spain 4 th to 6 th of May, 2010) results of numerous research areas were presented, of which special selection is published here. Among them, evaluation of data from provenance trials located in most of the regions of beech occurrence show how well populations have adapted to certain site-inherent environmental features, e.g. limited water availability, late frost occurrence, acidic or calcareous soil, as well as how non-adapted populations react to such situations and how successfully the might cope with them. This is of great significance for assessing the value of both, a given beech populations ant its ecosystem with respect to the conservation of beech ecosystems in a broad sense and particularly the genetic resources of beech

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Physical Description : 148p. 17x24

ISBN: 9788474985320

ISSN: 1575-6106

Publication: Madrid : Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaría (INIA)., 2011

Reference INIA: F022

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NIPO (print version): 475-10-013-1
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