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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 50

Title:
Development of New Selections of Eucalyptus Trees Using Genetic Manipulation

Authors:
Tetsu Kawazu, Keigo Doi and Masaru Shibata

pp: 659-662

Abstract:
IMPORTANCE OF EUCALYPTUS TREES

Eucalyptus taxa are polygenus plants comprised of more than 500 species that are native to the Oceania region but predominantly Australia. Many of these Eucalyptus plants have excellent growth properties, the ability to adapt to various environments, and a low level of serious insect damage. Since they are also suited industrially to the production of lumber, pulp, and firewood, afforestation of Eucalyptus species is conducted in various regions around the world.

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