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- Richardson, David M; Le Roux, Johannes J; Wilson, John RU
- Southern forests 2015 v.77 no.1 pp. 31-39
- wattles, etc ; Acacia; Pinus; biological control; cost benefit analysis; cultivars; disturbed soils; ecosystems; forest industries; forests; humans; invasive species; monitoring; plantation forestry; planting; risk; trees; South Africa; South East Asia; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Problems associated with invasiveness of non-native tree species used in forestry are increasing rapidly worldwide and are most severe in areas with a long history of plantings. Lessons learnt in areas with long histories of plantings and invasions may be applicable to areas with shorter planting histories. Most research towards understanding such tree invasions has focused on Pinus species, thoug ...
- Reber, I.; Keller, I.; Becker, D.; Flury, C.; Welle, M.; Drögemüller, C.
- Animal genetics 2015 v.46 no.3 pp. 316-320
- wattles, etc ; alleles; appendages; genome-wide association study; goat breeds; goats; heterozygosity; loci; nucleotide sequences; parents; phenotype; progeny; single nucleotide polymorphism; throat; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... The presence of congenital appendages (wattles) on the throat of goats is supposed to be under genetic control with a dominant mode of inheritance. Wattles contain a cartilaginous core covered with normal skin resembling early stages of extremities. To map the dominant caprine wattles (W) locus, we collected samples of 174 goats with wattles and 167 goats without wattles from nine different Swiss ...
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