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Abrahamson, L.P.; White, E.H.; Nowak, C.A.; Briggs, R.D.; Robison, D.J. 1990. Evaluating hybrid poplar clonal growth potential in a three-year-old genetic selection field trial. Biomass. 21: 101-114.

Ager, A.; Nordh, N.E.; Ledin, S.; Ostry, M.; Carlson, M.; et al. 1990. International transfer of Alnus, Populus, and Salix germplasm: early test results. Biomass. 22: 49-62.

Azaiez, A.; Boyle, B.; Levée, V.; Séguin, A. 2009. Transcriptome profiling in hybrid poplar following interactions with Melampsora rust fungi. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 22: 190–200.

Bañuelos, G.S.; Shannon, M.C.; Ajwa, H.; Draper, J.H.; Jordahl, J.; et al. 1999. Phytoextraction and accumulation of boron and selenium by poplar (Populus) hybrid clones. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 1: 81-96.

Barakat, A.; Bagniewska-Zadworna, A.; Choi, A.; Plakkat, U.; DiLoreto, D.S.; et.al. 2009. The cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase gene family in Populus: phylogeny, organization, and expression. BMC Plant Biology. 9: 26-41.

Barakat, A.; Bagniewska-Zadworna, A.; Frost, C.J.; Carlson, J.E. 2010. Phylogeny and expression profiling of CAD and CAD-like genes in hybrid Populus (P. deltoides × P. nigra): evidence from herbivore damage for subfunctionalization and functional divergence. BMC Plant Biology. 10: 100-111.

Barakat, A.; Wall, P.K.; DiLoreto, S.; dePamphilis, C.W.; Carlson, J.E. 2007. Conservation and divergence of microRNAs in Populus. BMC Genomics. 8: 481-497.

Barrett, J.W.; Rajora, O.P.; Yeh, F.C.H.; Dancik, B.P.; Strobeck, C. 1993. Mitochondrial DNA variation and genetic relationships of Populus species. Genome. 36: 87-93.

Beardmore, T.; Wetzel, S.; Kalous, M. 2000. Interactions of airborne methyl jasmonate with vegetative storage protein gene and protein accumulation and biomass partitioning in Populus plants. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 1106-1113.

Bekkaoui, F.; Mann, B.; Schroeder, B. 2003. Application of DNA markers for the identification and management of hybrid poplar accessions. Agroforestry Systems. 59: 53-59.

Black, B.L.; Parmentier-Line, C.M.; Fuchigami, L.H.; Coleman, G.D. 2001. Ecotypic and genetic variation in poplar bark storage protein gene expression and accumulation. Tree Phsiology. 21: 1289-1297.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Ceulemans, R.; Davis, J.; Stettler, R. 2000. Emerging model systems in plant biology: poplar (Populus) as a model forest tree. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 19: 306-313.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Foster, G.S. 1992. Marker-aided selection and propagation systems in trees: advantages of cloning for studying quantitative inheritance. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 22:1044-1049.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Hollick, J.B.; Parsons, T.J.; Clarke, H.R.G.; Gordon, M.P. 1989. Systemically wound-responsive genes in poplar trees encode proteins similar to sweet potato sporamins and legume Kunitz trypsin inhibitors. Plant Molecular Biology. 14: 51-59.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Parsons, T.J.; Gordon, M.P. 1991. Wound-responsive gene expression in poplars. Genetics. 43: 211-224.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Stettler, R.F. 1993. Molecular genetics of growth and development in Populus. I. Triploidy in hybrid poplars. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 86: 301-307.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Stettler, R.F. 1994. Molecular genetics of growth and development in Populus. II. Segregation distortion due to genetic load. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 89: 551-558.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Stettler, R.F. 1995. Molecular genetics of growth and development in Populus. IV. Mapping QTLs with large effects on growth, form, and phenology traits in a forest tree. Genetics. 139: 963-973.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Villar, M.; Watson, B.D.; Otto, K.G.; Stewart, S.; et al. 1994. Molecular genetics of growth and development in Populus. III. A genetic linkage map of a hybrid poplar composed of RFLP, STS, and RAPD markers. Theoretical and Appplied Genetics. 89: 167-178.

Broberg, C.L.; Inkster, J.A.H.; Borden, J.H. 2010. Phenological and chemical differences among hybrid poplar clones (Salicaceae) varying in resistance to Cryptorhynchus lapathi (L.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 38: 29-48.

Broderick, N.A.; Vasquez, E.; Handelsman, J.; Raffa, K.F. 2010. Effect of clonal variation among hybrid poplars on susceptibility of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki. Journal of Economic Entomology. 103: 718-725.

Brodie, C.; Houle, G.; Fortin, M.J. 1995. Development of a Populus balsamifera clone in subarctic Quebec reconstructed from spatial analyses. Journal of Ecology 83: 309-320.

Brodie, L.C.; DeBell, D.S. 2004. Evaluation of field performances of poplar clones using selected competition indices. New Forests. 27: 201-214.

Brunner, A.M.; Busov, V.B.; Strauss, S.H. 2004. Poplar genome sequence: functional genomics in an ecologically dominant plant species. Trends in Plant Science. 9: 49-56.

Brunner, A.M.; Li, J.; DiFazio, S.P.; Shevchenko, O.; Montgomery, B.E.; et al. 2007. Genetic containment of forest plantations. Tree Genetics and Genomes. 3: 75-100.

Brunner, A.M.; Rottmann, W.H.; Sheppard, L.A.; Krutovskii, K.; DiFazio, S.P.; et.al. 2000. Structure and expression of duplicate AGAMOUS orthologues in poplar. Plant Molecular Biology. 44: 619-634.

Campbell, J.S.; Mahoney, J.M.; Rood, S.B. 1993. A lack of heterosis in natural poplar hybrids from southern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Botany. 71: 37-42.

Canam,T.; Mak, S.W.Y.; Mansfield, S.D. 2008. Spatial and temporal expression profiling of cell-wall invertase genes during early development in hybrid poplar. Genetics. 28: 1059-1067.

Ceulemans, R.; Scarascia-Mugnozza, G.; Wiard, B.M.; Braatne, J.H.; Hinckley, T.M.; et al. 1992. Production physiology and morphology of Populus species and their hybrids grown under short rotation. I. Clonal comparisons of 4-year growth and phenology. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 22: 1937-1948.

Chen, T.H.H.; Howe, G.T.; Bradshaw, H.D. Jr. 2002. Molecular genetic analysis of dormancy-related traits in poplars. Genetics. 50: 232-240.

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