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SUMMARY The dense understoreys found in forests in areas of high rainfall in Tasmania are described. Present practices of logging and burning for regeneration are causing increases in the area covered by understoreys of wet sclerophyll scrub at the expense of rain-forest understoreys....
SUMMARY Variations in the sapwood starch levels have been investigated in some Eucalyptus spp. and Angophora costata (Gaertn.). J. Britt. in relation to season and to regeneration after defoliation. Starch was estimated by iodine spectrophotometry. During the period of regeneration following...
SUMMARY The pathological histology and development of root rot associated with late damping-off in Pinus lambertiana Dougl. seedlings was compared with the root anatomy and development found in healthy seedlings and mature trees. The rot originated in the root tips and was confined to the...
SUMMARY Sources of information on Australian forest products statistics are stated, commonly used units of measurement are briefly considered, and the need to achieve greater collaboration between interested parties to resolve the lack of uniformity is discussed.
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