how to make controlled crosses with Elms?

Steve Glenn sdglenn1 at ix.netcom.com
Mon Mar 11 17:08:14 EST 1996


In <4i1p2s$h4e at oravannahka.Helsinki.FI> you at somehost.somedomain
(Nlaporta) writes: 
>
>In article <313C8263.10E1 at rug.ac.be>, an.vandenbroeck at rug.ac.be
says...
>>
>>Hallo,
>>
>>Any information about controlled crosses with elms is welcome!
>>thanks!
>>
>>an.vanden.broeck at rug.ac.be
>
>You can have a look at:
>
>
>Mittempergher L. & La Porta N.  1991.  
>Hybridization studies in Eurasian species of elms (Ulmus spp.)
>Silvae Genetica 40, (5/6) 237-243.
>
>Sincerely
>Nicola La Porta
>


try these also,

Johnson,LPV (1946): Fertilization in {Ulmus} with special reference to
hybridization procedure. Canad. J. Forest Res. 24, 1-3.
       
Collins,PE (1967): Hybridization studies in the genus {Ulmus}. Ph.D.
Dissertation, Univ. Minnesota. 118 p. (Univ. microfilms Dissert. Abstr.
1968, 28 B (12 Pt. 1) 4828-4829)
       
Santamour,FS (1970): A natural hybrid between American and Siberian
elms. Forest Sci. 16, 149-153.
       
Bob,CF; Redmond,BL; Karnosky,DF (1986): On the nature of intra- and
interspecific incompatability in {Ulmus}. Amer. J. Bot. 73(4), 465-474.
       
Ager,AA; Guries,RP (1982): Barriers to interspecific hybridization in
{Ulmus americana}. Euphytica 31, 909-920.
       

Steve Glenn
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
steveglenn at bbg.org   718-941-4044 ext.241




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