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285 Author Index Barzdajn, W., see Wesoly, W. et al. Bonnet-Masimbert, M. (Olivet, France) Floral induction in conifers: A review of available techniques ............................................... 135 Preliminary results on gibberellin induction of flowering of seedlings and cuttings of Norway spruce indicate some carry-over effects ................................................................ 163 see also Zaerr, J.B. and Bonnet-Masimbert, M. Bramlett, D.L. (Macon, GA, U.S.A.) Protection of pine seed orchards in the southeastern United States .................................... 199 Chalupka, W. (Kdrnik, Poland) Stimulation of flowering in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) grafts by gibberellin injection .. 177 Couper, C.J. (Edinburgh, Great Britain) A survey of the timing of bud development and cone initiation in Pinus contorta growing in Central Scotland ............................................................................................................... 107 Danusevi~ius, J. (Kaunas, Lithuanian S.S.R.) Flowering and seed production of clones and their stimulation in seed orchards ................ 233 Enescu, V. (Bucharest, Romania) Climate and the choice of seed orchard sites ........................................................................... 257 Fober, H. (Kdrnik, Poland) A study of pH gradients in crowns of spruce and pine relative to flowering ......................... 129 Giertych, M. ( Kdrnik, Poland) Seed orchards in crisis ............................................................................................................... 1 Greenwood, M.S. (Orono, ME, U.S.A.) Effect of maturation on loblolly pine breeding and seed orchards ......................................... 17 Hejnowicz, A. ( Kdrnik, Poland) Changes in the development of apical meristem of Pinus sylvestris in response to gibberellin application .......................................................................................................... 99 Kosifiski, G. (Kdrnik, Poland) Effects of semi-girdles and gravimorphic treatments on female flower distribution in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) crowns ................................................................................. 57 Empty seed production in European larch (larix decidua) ................................................... 241 Koski, V. (Vantaa, Finland) Long geographic transfers, a possible way of eliminating pollen contamination in advanced-generation seed orchards of Pinus sylvestris .................................................... 267 Kurm, M. (Tartu, Estonian S.S.R.) Stimulation of Scots pine seed crop with bioactive substances in Estonia .......................... 173 Longman, K.A. (Penicuik, Midlothian, Great Britain) The significance ofjuvenility for seed orchard management ................................................. 9 Luukkanen, O., see Sirikul, W. and Luukkanen, O. Matyas, C. (Szombethely, Hungary) and Rauter, R.M. (Toronto, Ont., Canada) Feasibility of seed orchard establishment, rogueing and lifespan .......................................... 249 Melchior, G.H. (Grosshansdorf, F.R.G.) Increase of flowering in Norway spruce (Picea abies) by known rootstocks and planting grafts in southern sites ......................................................................................................... 23 Mikola, J. (Vantaa, Finland) Effects of fertilizer and herbicide application on the growth and cone production of Scots pine seed orchards in Finland .............................................................................................. 183

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Barzdajn, W., see Wesoly, W. et al. Bonnet-Masimbert, M. (Olivet, France)

Floral induction in conifers: A review of available techniques ............................................... 135 Preliminary results on gibberellin induction of flowering of seedlings and cuttings of

Norway spruce indicate some carry-over effects ................................................................ 163 see also Zaerr, J.B. and Bonnet-Masimbert, M.

Bramlett, D.L. (Macon, GA, U.S.A.) Protection of pine seed orchards in the southeastern United States .................................... 199

Chalupka, W. (Kdrnik, Poland) Stimulation of flowering in Scots pine (P inus sylvestris) grafts by gibberellin injection .. 177

Couper, C.J. (Edinburgh, Great Britain) A survey of the timing of bud development and cone initiation in Pinus contorta growing

in Central Scotland ............................................................................................................... 107 Danusevi~ius, J. (Kaunas, Lithuanian S.S.R.)

Flowering and seed production of clones and their stimulation in seed orchards ................ 233 Enescu, V. (Bucharest, Romania)

Climate and the choice of seed orchard sites ........................................................................... 257 Fober, H. (Kdrnik, Poland)

A study of pH gradients in crowns of spruce and pine relative to flowering ......................... 129 Giertych, M. ( Kdrnik, Poland)

Seed orchards in crisis ............................................................................................................... 1 Greenwood, M.S. (Orono, ME, U.S.A.)

Effect of maturation on loblolly pine breeding and seed orchards ......................................... 17 Hejnowicz, A. ( Kdrnik, Poland)

Changes in the development of apical meristem of Pinus sylvestris in response to gibberellin application .......................................................................................................... 99

Kosifiski, G. (Kdrnik, Poland) Effects of semi-girdles and gravimorphic treatments on female flower distribution in

Scots pine (P inus sylvestris) crowns ................................................................................. 57 Empty seed production in European larch (larix decidua) ................................................... 241

Koski, V. (Vantaa, Finland) Long geographic transfers, a possible way of eliminating pollen contamination in

advanced-generation seed orchards of Pinus sylvestris .................................................... 267 Kurm, M. (Tartu, Estonian S.S.R.)

Stimulation of Scots pine seed crop with bioactive substances in Estonia .......................... 173 Longman, K.A. (Penicuik, Midlothian, Great Britain)

The significance ofjuvenility for seed orchard management ................................................. 9 Luukkanen, O., see Sirikul, W. and Luukkanen, O. Matyas, C. (Szombethely, Hungary) and Rauter, R.M. (Toronto, Ont., Canada)

Feasibility of seed orchard establishment, rogueing and lifespan .......................................... 249 Melchior, G.H. (Grosshansdorf, F.R.G.)

Increase of flowering in Norway spruce (Picea abies) by known rootstocks and planting grafts in southern sites ......................................................................................................... 23

Mikola, J. (Vantaa, Finland) Effects of fertilizer and herbicide application on the growth and cone production of Scots

pine seed orchards in Finland .............................................................................................. 183

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Nikkanen, T. (Punkaharju, Finland) and Veiling, P. (Helsinki, Finland) Correlations between flowering and some vegetative characteristics of grafts of P i n u s

sy lves t r i s ................................................................................................................................ 35 Okali, D.U.U., see Okoro, 0.O. and Okali, D.U.U. Okoro, O.0. and Okali, D.U.U. (Ibadan, Nigeria)

Seed cone quality of Nigerian-grown P i n u s caribaea var. h o n d u r e n s i s ............................... 41 Owens, J.N. (Victoria, B.C., Canada)

Development of Douglas-fir apices under natural and cone-inducing conditions ................ 85 Pharis, R.P. (Calgary, Alta, Canada), Webber, J.E. and Ross, S.D. (Victoria, B.C.,

Canada) The promotion of flowering in forest trees by gibberellin A4/7 and cultural treatments: a

review of the possible mechanisms ...................................................................................... 65 Philipson, J.J. (Roslin, Midlothian, Great Britain)

Promotion of cone and seed production by gibberellin A4/7 and distribution of pollen and seed cones on Sitka spruce grafts in a clone bank .............................................................. 147

Rauter, R.M., see Matyas, C. and Rauter, R.M. Ross, S.D., see Pharis, R.P. et al. Schmidt, W.C., see Shearer, R.C. and Schmidt, W.C. Schmidtling, R.C. (Gulfport, MS, U.S.A.)

Locating pine seed orchards in warmer climates: benefits and risks ..................................... 273 Shearer, R.C. (Missoula, MT, U.S.A.) and Schmidt, W.C. (Bozeman, MT, U.S.A.)

Cone production and stand density in young L a r i x occ identa l i s ........................................... 219 Sirikul, W. and Luukkanen, O. (Helsinki, Finland)

Promotion of flowering using exogenous plant hormones in troipical pines ........................ 155 Smith, R.F. (Fredericton, B.C., Canada)

The effects of fertilization on flowering of various-sized black spruce ( P i c e a m a r i a n a )

trees (abstract) ..................................................................................................................... 189 Szmidt, A.E., (K6rnik, Poland)

Genetic composition of seed orchard crops ............................................................................. 227 Urbanski, K., see Wesoly, W. et al. Velling, P., see Nikkanen, T. and Velling, P. Webber, J.E., (Victoria, B.C., Canada)

Increasing seed yield and genetic efficiency in Douglas-fir seed orchards through pollen management .......................................................................................................................... 209

see also Pharis, R.P. et al. Wesoty, W. (Poznan, Poland)

Effect of spraying with gibberellin GA4/7 on flowering and endogenous gibberellin content in buds of Scots pine ( P i n u s sy lves t r i s ) grafts .................................................... 121

Wesoly, W., Urbanski, K. and Barzdajn, W. (Poznafi, Poland) Effect of mineral fertilization on flowering of Scots pine (Pinus sy lves t r i s ) grafts ............ 191

Zaerr, J.B. (Corvallis, OR, U.S.A.) and Bonnet-Masimbert, M. {Olivet, France) Cytokinin level and flowering in Douglas-fir ........................................................................... 115