3 edition of Factors affecting cone and seed production in western redcedar found in the catalog.
Factors affecting cone and seed production in western redcedar
Anna Maria Colangeli
|Statement||by Anna M. Colangeli, John N. Owens, Sheila J. Morris.|
|Series||FRDA report -- 056.|
|Contributions||Owens, John N., Morris, Sheila J., Canada. Forestry Canada., Forest Resource Development Agreement (Canada)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||89092048|
Western Redcedar. In addition to its beauty and practical uses, no other tree in the Pacific Northwest has such a tremendous cultural value as the WRC, known to most Americans as “cedar” (even though it does not belong to the genus Cedrus).Coastal Washington, Oregon, Northern California, and Alaska used to be covered with WRC forests, and WRC trees of truly . Eastern redcedar is a dioecious species, meaning it has male and female plants, and the trees reach sexual maturity at about 10 years of age. The seed is borne in a green to greenish-white to whitish-blue cone appearing like berries on the tree and are usually found in heavy amounts, but only on the female trees.
Research Branch Staff Publications Evaluation of selfing effects on western redcedar growth and yield in operational plantations using the Tree and Stand Simulator (TASS) Variation in volume production through clonal deployment: results from a simulation model to minimize risk for both a currently known and unknown future pest. Volume tables and equations for old-growth western redcedar and Alaska-cedar in Southeast Alaska / Related Titles. Series: USDA Forest Service research note PNW ; By. Farr, Wilbur A. LaBau, Vernon J. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Type. Book Material. Published material.
Biophysical. Carbon storage shifts from primarily below ground in grasslands (~96%) to primarily aboveground in Eastern redcedar stands (~52%). Although total C storage increases in Eastern redcedar-invaded areas, the shift from belowground to aboveground C storage increases the likelihood of rapid losses in aboveground C following disturbance (e.g. drought, wildfire, . Owens, J.N. The reproductive cycles of western redcedar and yellow-cedar. Info. Services Br., MoF, Victoria, B.C. 28 pp. Cone and Seed Improvement Program BCMoF Tree Seed Centre Yellow cedar Articles of Interest.
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Influence of tree and site factors on western redcedar's response to release: A modeling analysis (Research paper INT) [Russell T Graham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata) KINGDOM Plantae PHYLUM Coniferophyta CLASS Pinopsida ORDER Pinales FAMILY Cupressaceae Western Redcedar is another of the dominant trees in westside forests of the Pacific Northwest.
These trees can grow to huge sizes, over 60 meters tall with a trunk diameter of over 4 meters. a protective berry-like cone around the seeds. These cones (berries) change colors from green to white to blue.
Each cone contains one to four seeds. There are approximat to 43, cleaned and dried seeds per pound (Lawson ). The high rate of seed production may be an adaption to eastern red-cedar’s vulnerability to fire. Red-pine conelet, cone and seed losses to insects and other factors in an open-grown plantation and a seed orchard.
For. Ecol. Factors affecting cone and seed production in western redcedar book, The temporal sequence and causes of seed and cone loss was investigated at a Pinus resinosa seed orchard and a widely-spaced planting of the same tree by: The effects of eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) invasion and removal on a dry bluff prairie ecosystem Ann M.
Pierce Æ Peter B. Reich key environmental factors that may determine the and seed sources act as a positive. Seed Orchards The production of genetically improved eastern redcedar presents some unique problems in selec- tion and breeding.
There is no record of seed orchard establishment for the species. While eastern red- cedar can be propagated from cuttings with some measure of success, clonal propagation by grafting is the common horticultural practice.
Tsuga mertensiana (Bong.)Carr. Mountain Hemlock. Pinaceae -- Pine family. Joseph E. Means. Mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) is usually found on cold, snowy subalpine sites where it grows slowly, sometimes attaining more than years in age.
Arborescent individuals that have narrowly conical crowns until old age ( to years) and shrubby krummholz on cold. Scarification is used to break through the tough seed coat. Eastern Red Cedar seeds are usually treated with sulfuric acid for minutes. Following this scarification period, seeds are cold-stratified for 4 months around 40F.
 Seed coat dormancy may also be overcome through mechanical means. and managlment of western redcedar. 50 KILOMETERS SCALE: One is the prevailing opinion that. 50 MILES. less wood can be produced in young Figure Location of second-growth. growth western redcedar stands than western redcedar stands used in study.
can be grown with Douglas-fir or west in western Washington. Thuja plicata Donn ex D. Don Western Redcedar. Cupressaceae -- Cypress family. Don Minore. Western redcedar (Thuja plicata), also called Pacific redcedar, giant-cedar, arborvitae, canoe-cedar, and shinglewood, is the only Thuja species native to western North redcedar volumes are estimated to be million m³ (29 billion ft³) in British.
A 3 year field and pot study was conducted to determine the effects of several biotic and abiotic factors on the early growth of western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.)Sarg.), western redcedar (Thuja plicata, Donn) and Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis, Bong. Carr.) seedlings established on 2- and 8-year-old clearcut sites previously occupied by old-growth western Cited by: selﬁng, western redcedar can have up to 50%, which can affect seed quality due to inbreeding effects.
Pollen contamination and imbalance are better studied with. Traditional Uses: Historically, the Western Redcedar has been a crucial cultural resource for the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. This tree has the greatest recorded number of uses—totaling —of any plant used by Native Americans, including fiber uses, 52 medicinal uses, six food uses, one use as a dye, and Sample size is one of the critical factors affecting the accuracy of the estimation of population genetic diversity parameters.
Production and Cone and Seed Quality in. Reflecting the Western Red Cedar’s importance in the economy, heritage and culture of people living in British Columbia, it was named the provincial tree of BC.
Work Cited. Earle, Christopher J., ed. “Thuja plicata.” The Gymnosperm Database. 28 Nov Web. 16 March Klinkenberg, B. ” Thuja plicata. factors and establishment strategies need to be considered for successful direct seeding of western redcedar. Introduction Western redcedar (Thuja plicata Donn ex D.
Don) is an ecologically important and economically versatile species. The species grows in a variety of forest types and provides habitat and browse for animals (Minore ).
Western. reduction in seed production, was observed in western larch (Larixlaricina), balsam fir (Abiesbalsamea) and black spruce (Piceamariana) exposed to fluoride emissions from a phosphorus plant near Long Harbour, Newfoundland (Sidhu and Staniforth, ).
Thuja plicata, commonly called western redcedar, has been of greatFile Size: 1MB. seed production temperature size pine monitoring treatments field studies british columbia factors seed biology fir method treatment res studies of seed tests regeneration moisture seedling agric Post a Review.
You can write a book review and. Eastern redcedar invasion is an accelerating progression. The first trees colonize the most favorable sites, usually north-facing slopes.
As these trees mature and begin to produce seed, more trees establish and add to the local seed rain. With more and more seed available, trees eventually appear on less favorable landscape positions. Thuja plicata is one of two Thuja species native to North America, the other being Thuja species name plicata derives from the Latin word plicāre and means "folded in plaits" or "braided," a reference to the pattern of its small leaves.
Most authorities, both in Canada and the United States cite the English name in two words as western redcedar, or occasionally Class: Pinopsida. Western redcedar-western hemlock Pacific Douglas-fir Douglas-fir-western hemlock Seed production: Cone production requires 2 years, as is typical for pines Biotic and microsite factors affecting Pinus albicaulis establishment and survival.
Bozeman, MT: Montana State University. 78 p. Dissertation.  Read chapter 4 Ecological, Economic, Social, and Ethical Considerations in the Use of Biotechnology in Forest Trees: The American chestnut, whitebark pine.redcedar invasion, we collected data to measure tree cover, type and percent ground cover, and soil pH.
We hypothesize 1) that there will be a negative relationship between redcedar cover and living ground cover; i.e. as redcedar cover in an area increases; living ground cover in the general vicinity will decrease.