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    1. Anonymous. 1956. The trees that captured California. Sunset  August 1956:44-49.
    3. Blakely, W. F. 1965. A key to the eucalyptus. Forestry and  Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia. 359 p.
    5. Borough, D. J., W. D. Incoll, J. R. May, and T. Bird. 1978.  Chapter 10. Yield statistics. p. 201-225. In Eucalypts  for wood production. W. E. Hillis and A. G. Brown, eds.  Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research  Organization, Canberra, Australia.
    7. Chen, Binglin, and Juntao Yang. 1987. Frost injury of  Eucalyptus associated with an unusually cold winter in  Yunnan Province. In Plant cold hardiness. p.  361-362. P. H. Li, ed. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.
    9. Cremer, K. W. 1977. Distance of seed dispersal in eucalypts  estimated from seed weights. Australian Forestry Research  7:225-228.
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    13. del Moral, Roger, and Cornelius H. Muller. 1969. Fog drip:  a mechanism of toxin transport from Eucalyptus globulus.  Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 96(4):467-475. 
    15. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.  1979. Eucalypts for planting. FAO Forestry Series 11. Rome,  Italy. 677 p.
    17. Hall, Norman, R. D. Johnston, and G. M. Chippendale. 1975.  Forest trees of Australia. Department of Agriculture,  Forestry and Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia. 334 p. 
    19. Hamilton, W. Douglas, and W. B. McHenry. 1982. Eucalyptus  stump sprout control. Journal of Arboriculture  8(12):327-328.
    21. Kardell, Lars, Eliel Steen, and Antonio Fabião. 1986.  Eucalyptus in Portugal-a threat or a promise? Ambio, Journal  of the Human Environment 15(l). Swedish Academy of Sciences,  Pergamon Press. 6-13.
    23. Kirkpatrick, J. B. 1974. The numerical intraspecific  taxonomy of Eucalyptus globulus Labill. (Myrtaceae).  Botanical Journal Linnean Society 69:89-104.
    25. Kirkpatrick, J. B. 1975. Geographical variation in Eucalyptus  globulus. Australian Forestry and Timber Bureau Bulletin  47, Canberra. 64 p.
    27. Kirkpatrick, J, B., D. Simmons, and R. F. Parsons. 1973. The  relationship of some populations involving Eucalyptus  cypellocarpa and E. globulus to the problem of  phantom hybrids. New Phytopathology 72:867-876.
    29. Krugman, Stanley L. 1974. Eucalyptus L'Herit  Eucalyptus. In Seeds of woody plants in the United  States. p. 384-392. C. S. Schopmeyer, tech. coord. U.S.  Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 450.  Washington, DC.
    31. Krugman, Stanley L. 1981. Personal communication. USDA  Forest Service, Timber Management Research Staff,  Washington, DC.
    33. LeBarron, Russell K. 1981. Personal communication. USDA  Forest Service, Springdale, AR.
    35. Margolin, Louis. 1911. Eucalyptus culture in Hawaii. Hawaii  Board of Agriculture and Forestry, Division of Forestry, in  cooperation with USDA Forest Service, Honolulu, HI. 80 p. 
    37. Metcalf, Woodbridge. 1924. Growth of eucalyptus in  California plantations. University of California  Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 380. Berkeley, CA.  61 p.
    39. Metcalf, Woodbridge. 1968. Introduced trees of Central  California. University of California Press, Berkeley. 159 p. 
    41. Skolmen, Roger G. 1981. Growth of four unthinned Eucalyptus  globulus coppice stands on the Island of Hawaii. In  Proceedings, IUFRO/MAB/FS Symposium: Wood production in  the neotropics via plantations. Sept. 8-12, 1980. Rio  Piedras, Puerto Rico. p. 87-95. J. L. Whitmore, ed.  International Union of Forestry Research Organizations,  Washington, DC.
    43. Tibbits, W. N. 1986. Eucalypt plantations in Tasmania.  Australian Forestry 49(4):219-225.
    45. Turnbull, J. W., and L. D. Pryor. 1978. Chapter 2. Choice of  species and seed source. In Eucalypts for wood  production. p. 6-65. W. E. Hillis and A. G. Brown, eds.  Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research  Organization, Australia.


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