Cornelia C. Pinchot

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Stacy L. Clark, Scott E. Schlarbaum, Cornelia C. Pinchot, Sandra L. Anagnostakis, Michael R. Saunders, Melissa Thomas-Van Gundy, Paul Schaberg, James McKenna, Jane F. Bard, Paul C. Berrang, David M. Casey, Chris E. Casey, Barbara Crane, Brian D. Jackson, Jeff D. Kochenderfer, Robert F. Lewis, Russ MacFarlane, Robert Makowski, Mark D. Miller, Jason A.(More)
Blight-resistant American chestnut (Castanea dentata) may soon be commercially available, but few studies have tested methods to produce high quality seedlings that will be competitive after planting. This study evaluated the performance of one American, one Chinese (C. mollissima), one second-generation backcross (BC3F2), and 10 third-generation backcross(More)
There has been an increased interest in tree breeding for resistance to exotic pests and pathogens, however relatively little research has focused on the reintroduction of these tree species. Understanding the durability of resistance in field settings and the field performance of improved trees is critical for successful species reintroduction. To evaluate(More)
Putatively blight-resistant advanced backcross chestnut seedlings will soon be available for outplanting on a regional scale. Few studies have examined the importance of silvicultural treatment or seedling quality to chestnut reintroduction in the U.S. This paper examines results from a silvicultural study of high-quality chestnut seedlings on the(More)
This paper examines the first year results from a silvicultural study of American, hybrid (BC2F3) and Chinese chestnut seedlings (Castanea spp. Mill.) on the Daniel Boone National Forest in southeastern Kentucky. After one year, no significant differences in growth were found among the silvicultural treatments. Hybrids and Chinese seedlings added(More)
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