Unasylva - No. 221 - Poplars and willows














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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 56 2005/2

FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


Editor:
A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board:
F. Castañeda, T. Hofer, C. Holding Anyonge, D. Kneeland, J.P. Koyo, M. Morell, A. Perlis, L. Russo, M. Uemoto, T. Vahanen, M.L. Wilkie
Emeritus Advisers:
J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Palmberg-Lerche
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H. Abdel Nour, C. Carneiro, P. Durst, P. Koné, K. Prins


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Contents

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Editorial (Download- 43 KB)

J. Ball, J. Carle and A. Del Lungo
Contribution of poplars and willows to sustainable forestry
and rural developmen
t
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A.P. Tsarev
Natural poplar and willow ecosystems on a grand scale:
the Russian Federation
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J. Ulloa and L. Villacura
Contribution of a private poplar industry in Chile
to sustainable rural development
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A. Berthelot, S Augustin, J. Godin and G. Decocq
Biodiversity in poplar plantations in the Picardie region of France (Download- 317 KB)

W.J.A. Volney, R.I. Alfaro, P. Bothwell, E.H. Hogg, A. Hopkin, G. Laflamme, J.E. Hurley, G. Warren, J. Metsaranta and K.I. Mallett
A framework for poplar plantation risk assessments (Download- 63 KB)

F. Toplu
Breeding and conservation of black poplar (Populus nigra)
gene resources in Turkey
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J. Carle and Q. Ma
Challenges of translating science into practice: poplars and other species in the Three North Region of China (Download- 252 KB)

H. Marchadier and P. Sigaud
Poplars in biotechnology research (Download- 171 KB)

M.I. Abalos Romero
Towards development of the Chilean basket willow sector
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I. Dimitriou and P. Aronsson
Willows for energy and phytoremediation in Sweden
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L.B. Smart, T.A. Volk, J. Lin, R.F. Kopp, I.S. Phillips, K.D. Cameron, E.H. White and L.P. Abrahamson
Genetic improvement of shrub willow (Salix spp.) crops
for bioenergy and environmental applications in the United States
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FAO Forestry (Download- 93 KB)

World of Forestry (Download- 124 KB)

Books (Download- 161 KB)

Letters (Download- 161 KB)