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Flowering phenology of populus nigra l., populus nigra cv. italica and p. w canadensis moench. And the potential for natural hybridisation in Belgium

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Flowering phenology of populus nigra l., populus nigra cv. italica and p. w canadensis moench. And the potential for natural hybridisation in Belgium. / Vanden Broeck, An; Cox, Karen; Quataert, Paul; Van Bockstaele, E; Van Slycken, Jos.

In: Silvae genetica, Vol. 52, No. 5-6, 2003, p. 280-283.

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title = "Flowering phenology of populus nigra l., populus nigra cv. italica and p. w canadensis moench. And the potential for natural hybridisation in Belgium",
abstract = "The presence of hybrid and exotic poplar plantations is considered to pose a severe potential threat to the native populations of Populus nigra in Western Europe. To evaluate the potential risks associated with the use of exotic or hybrid poplar plantations, particularly plantations of P. canadensis and P. nigra cv. italica [P. nigra var. italica] (Lombardy poplar), in the surroundings of natural P. nigra stands, the flower biology of a collection of P. nigra, P. canadensis and P. nigra cv. italica, was assessed. The results of this study showed that, in this stand and over the two years of observation, the flowering time did not constitute a barrier to hybridization between P. nigra and P. canadensis. In contrast, it appears that during both springs, P. nigra cv. italica could not hybridize with native female black poplars and female P. canadensis trees in the stand, due to non-synchrony of flowering.",
author = "{Vanden Broeck}, An and Karen Cox and Paul Quataert and {Van Bockstaele}, E and {Van Slycken}, Jos",
year = "2003",
language = "English",
volume = "52",
pages = "280--283",
journal = "Silvae genetica",
issn = "0037-5349",
publisher = "J.D. Sauerl{\"a}nder's",
number = "5-6",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Flowering phenology of populus nigra l., populus nigra cv. italica and p. w canadensis moench. And the potential for natural hybridisation in Belgium

AU - Vanden Broeck, An

AU - Cox, Karen

AU - Quataert, Paul

AU - Van Bockstaele, E

AU - Van Slycken, Jos

PY - 2003

Y1 - 2003

N2 - The presence of hybrid and exotic poplar plantations is considered to pose a severe potential threat to the native populations of Populus nigra in Western Europe. To evaluate the potential risks associated with the use of exotic or hybrid poplar plantations, particularly plantations of P. canadensis and P. nigra cv. italica [P. nigra var. italica] (Lombardy poplar), in the surroundings of natural P. nigra stands, the flower biology of a collection of P. nigra, P. canadensis and P. nigra cv. italica, was assessed. The results of this study showed that, in this stand and over the two years of observation, the flowering time did not constitute a barrier to hybridization between P. nigra and P. canadensis. In contrast, it appears that during both springs, P. nigra cv. italica could not hybridize with native female black poplars and female P. canadensis trees in the stand, due to non-synchrony of flowering.

AB - The presence of hybrid and exotic poplar plantations is considered to pose a severe potential threat to the native populations of Populus nigra in Western Europe. To evaluate the potential risks associated with the use of exotic or hybrid poplar plantations, particularly plantations of P. canadensis and P. nigra cv. italica [P. nigra var. italica] (Lombardy poplar), in the surroundings of natural P. nigra stands, the flower biology of a collection of P. nigra, P. canadensis and P. nigra cv. italica, was assessed. The results of this study showed that, in this stand and over the two years of observation, the flowering time did not constitute a barrier to hybridization between P. nigra and P. canadensis. In contrast, it appears that during both springs, P. nigra cv. italica could not hybridize with native female black poplars and female P. canadensis trees in the stand, due to non-synchrony of flowering.

M3 - A1: Web of Science-article

VL - 52

SP - 280

EP - 283

JO - Silvae genetica

JF - Silvae genetica

SN - 0037-5349

IS - 5-6

ER -

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