2 edition of Variation and hybridization in Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines. found in the catalog.
Variation and hybridization in Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines.
John R. Haller
Bibliography: p. 165.
|Series||University of California publications in botany,, v. 34, no. 2, University of California publications in botany ;, v. 34, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .C2 vol. 34, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
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Unique responses to climate change can occur across intraspecific levels, resulting in individualistic adaptation or movement patterns among populations within a given species. Thus, the need to model potential responses among genetically distinct populations within a species is increasingly recognized. However, predictive models of future distributions are regularly fit at the species level Cited by: 8. Reticulate evolution and incomplete lineage sorting among the ponderosa pines. G. Bucci, M. Anzidei, A. Madaghiele, G.G. VendraminDetection of haplotypic variation and natural hybridization in halepensis-complex pine species using J.R. HallerVariation and hybridization in ponderosa and Jeffrey pines. Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot., 34 ( Cited by:
VARIABLE CHEMISTRY AND HERBIVORY OF PONDEROSA PINE CONES Ken Keefover-Ring1 and Yan B. Linhart Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, N Ramaley, Boulder, Colorado , U.S.A. We measured the terpenoid chemistry, cone insect distribution, and the relationship between these two. A recent study using mitochondrial DNA analysis demonstrated substantial genetic variation among ponderosa pine populations in the western U.S., identifying 10 haplotypes with unique evolutionary lineages that generally correspond spatially with distributions of the Pacific (P. p. var. ponderosa) and Rocky Mountain (P. p. var. scopulorum Cited by:
Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building, E. Lowell Street, Tucson, AZ , USA [email protected] Ponderosa pines in southern and eastern Nevada mostly have short needles, but when they do, they always have many needles in fascicles of 2. Most ponderosa pines in northwestern and western Nevada have long needles (13–25 cm), in fascicles of 3 needles, as do those on the west slope of the Sierra Nevada and along the Pacific Coast of : David Alan Charlet.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haller, John R. Variation and hybridization in Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines. Berkeley, University of California Press, HYBRIDIZATION AND VARIATION OF PONDEROSA AND JEFFREY PINES ON MT. SAN ANTONIO, CALIFORNIA1 MARK w.
PARRATT Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California INTRODUCTION The purpose of this study is to determine whether plants having the character istics of Pinus ponderosa or Pinus jeffreyi occur in allopatric or sympatric patternsCited by: 2.
Variation and hybridization in Ponderosa and Jeffrey Pines. Author(s): Haller, J. Journal article: Variation and hybridization in Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines.
book of California Publications in Botany Vol No.2 pp ref by: Variation and hybridization in ponderosa and Jeffrey pines. University of California Publications in Botany.
– Haller, JR (). "The role of 2-needle fascicles in the adaptation and evolution of ponderosa pine". Brittonia. 17 (4): – doi/ JSTOR Haller, Class: Pinopsida. Ponderosa pine is a widespread species with a great deal of geographic variation.
Jeffrey pine has a much smaller geographic and ecological range than does ponderosa pine being confined to Baja California, California and the Siskiyou Mountains of Oregon.
Native ponderosa pines encounter and hybridize with other western yellow pines (P jeffreyi Grev. & Balf., P.
washoensisMason&StockweH, P. arizonica, and P. engelmanniiCarr.) and one of the California big-conepines(P. Controlledcrosses verify that Pacific race ponderosa pines will hybrid ize, but have strong barriers to crossing Cited by: Asian white pines, P.
armandii and P. koraiensis9 both of them very different in morphology from sugar pine and from each other. The hard pines, by contrast, exhibit strict geographic limits to crossing. The only successful Eastern x Western Hemisphere cross between hard pines is the difficult and as yet unrepeated P.
nigra x P. resinosaCited by: The Jeffrey pine (Pinus jeffreyi) and the ponderosa pine (Pinus pinderosa) look very similar. Once these two trees were classified as the same species or some botanists considered the Jeffrey pine a variety of the ponderosa pine.
To further confuse the situation the ponderosa and Jeffrey pines occasionally hybridize. For the plant community that is dominated by this tree, see Ponderosa pine forest. "Ponderosa pines" redirects here. For the place, see Ponderosa Pines, : Drjbh. Ceographic Variation in Ponderosa Pine I.
The Ecotypes and Their Distribution l) By OSBORN 0. WELLS~) tihe species for use in future hybridization and selection studies. These objectives could be realized in whole or in ponderosa, anjd Jeffrey pines and foun'd evildence th~at Waslhole pine had arisen through hy.
Jeffrey pine. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Pine; Used for: Jeffrey's pine; Pinus jeffreyi; Filed under: Jeffrey pine Pruning dwarf mistletoe brooms reduces stress on Jeffrey pines, Cleveland National Forest, California / (Berkeley, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), by Robert F.
Factors affecting the distribution of Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines in California. Madrono 65– Google Scholar —. Variation and hybridization in Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines. Univ. Calif.
Publ. Bot – Google Scholar New York: McGraw Hill Book Co. Google Scholar; Sudworth, G. The pine trees of the Rocky Cited by: Effects of photochemical oxidant injury of ponderosa and Jeffrey pines on susceptibility of sapwood and freshly cut stumps to Fomes annosus.
Phytopathology Ponderosa and Jeffrey pine sapwood samples and freshly cut stumps nonsignificant (P = ) for ponderosa pine at a second site.
Increased from trees with different amounts of. Interspeciﬁc hybridization occurs in pines bu t is lim- ited mostly to relat ed species within a subsection.
Some species su ch as P. engelmannii, P. jeffrey i,a n d. A robust analysis of genetic variation across the ponderosa pine complex is necessary to ensure the effectiveness of management and conservation efforts given the species’ large distribution, the existence of many isolated disjunct populations, and the potential susceptibility of some populations to climate change and other by: Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) is among the most broadly distributed conifer species of western North America, where it possesses considerable ecological, esthetic, and commercial value.
It exhibits complicated patterns of morphological and genetic variation, suggesting that it may be in the process of differentiating into distinct regional by: Plant Species of San Jacinto Mountain: Jeffrey pine, Pinus jeffreyi and ponderosa pine, P. ponderosa This page was written in The information on this page is still correct, but I've learned a lot more about how to discriminate between these species in In the Sierra it grows amongst ponderosa and Jeffrey pines and red and white fir on the western slope between 4, and 7, feet in elevation.
Sugar pines grow to heights of feet tall with diameters of up to 10 feet and are second only to giant sequoias in their total volume of wood. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
FACTORS AFFECTING THE DISTRIBUTION OF PONDEROSA AND JEFFREY PINES IN CALIFORNIA. Vol Page 65 If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please.
Gymnosperm The Ponderosa Pine Symbiotic Relationships A symbiotic relationship that the Ponderosa Pine has, is with the Abert Squirrel. The squirrel is dependent on the trees branches or stands.
in the winter the squirrel eats the inner bark. Location Physical Adaptations of the. Reticulate evolution and incomplete lineage sorting among the Ponderosa pines Article (PDF Available) in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52(2) March with Reads.Genetic variation in a provenance test of year-old ponderosa pine / Related Titles.
Series: USDA Forest Service research note INT ; By. Rehfeldt, G. E. Cox, Ronald Godfrey. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah) United States. Forest Service. Type. Book Material. Published material.Notably, the endemic ponderosa pine species vary with changes in elevation and the differences in elevation are repeated throughout the ranges of the species.
The long-term goal of the study is to provide a foundation for future regional studies of species range limitations by water or temperature stress.