The Effects of Multilocus Heterozygosity on the Longevity of Seedlings Established on Fallen Logs in Picea jezoensis and Abies sachalinensis

@inproceedings{Okada2015TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Multilocus Heterozygosity on the Longevity of Seedlings Established on Fallen Logs in Picea jezoensis and Abies sachalinensis},
  author={Momoko Okada and Keiko Kitamura and Chunlan L. Lian and Susumu Goto},
  year={2015}
}
Seedling establishment on fallen logs is a major regeneration system for tree species in boreal forests. Seedling survival on fallen logs is affected not only by the microsite environment but also by the genetic factors of individuals. To quantify the genetic effects on seedling longevity, we identified seedlings using a number tag system and collected needles of Picea jezoensis and Abies sachalinensis established on fallen logs in spring 2006. Survival or death of each seedling was… CONTINUE READING

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