I will try to send a file containing a list of references on pine hybrids that I compiled for an in house paper. If you don't get it and are interested just write to me at P.O. Box 216, Rincon, Georgia, 31326 USA. Best wishes Marvin Zoerb
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PINE HYBRIDS Compiled by M. H. Zoerb, Jr. 10 April 1995 Adams, W.T., and Coutino, S., 1977. Isoenzyme markers useful for studies of the Pinus rigida x P. taeda hybrid. Proc. 24th Northeast. For. Tree. Imp. Conf. College Park, Maryland. pp. 1-13. Ahn, K.Y., 1963. Studies on interspecific hybridization in the subgenus Diploxylon of genus Pinus. Inst. For. Gen. Res. Rep. 3:29-43. Suwon, Korea. Anderson, E., 1948. Hybridization of the Habitat. Evolution 2.1-9. Anderson, E., 1953. Introgressive Hybridization. Biol. Rev. 28:280-307. Anderson, E., 1968. Introgressive Hybridization. Hafner, Co., New York. Anonymous, 1932. Institute of Forest Genetics, Placerville, Ca. J. of For. 30(5):623-624. Anonymous, 1990. Potential of slash pine hybrids for the lower coastal plain. Coop. For. Gen. Res. Prog. , Univ. of Fla., Gainesville, Fl. . Austin, L., 1927. A new enterprise in forest tree breeding. Jour. of Forestry 25:928-953. Bailey, D.B., 1982. 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