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    37. Larsson, H. C. 1970. Technique of producing silver maple  seed under greenhouse conditions. In Proceedings,  Seventeenth Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference.  p. 65-71. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Broomall,  PA.
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    41. Larsson, H. C., and P. Jaciw. 1967. Sap and syrup of5 maple  species. Ontario Department of Lands and Forests, Research  Report 69. Maple, ON. 62 p.
    43. Little, Elbert L., Jr. 1979. Checklist of United States  trees (native and naturalized). U.S. Department of  Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 541. Washington, DC. 375  p.
    45. Loucks, W. L., and R. A. Keen. 1973. Submergence tolerance  of selected seedling trees. Journal of Forestry 71:496-497. 
    47. Mandzavidze, D. V., and A. B. Matinjan. 1964. Some exotic  species becoming naturalized on the Black Sea coast of  Adzharia [Caucasia]. Bjull. Glavn. Bot. Sada, Moskva 54:3-9.  (In Russian.) [Forestry Abstracts, 1965, vol.26, No.5008.] 
    49. McClanahan, R. J. 1970. Cottony maple scale and its natural  control. Entomophaga 15:287-289.
    51. McClelland, M. K., and I. A. Ungar. 1970. The influence of  edaphic factors in Betula nigra L. distribution in  southeastern Ohio. Castanea 35:99-117.
    53. Montgomery, Michael. 1981. Personal correspondence. USDA  Forest Service, Hamden, CT.
    55. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 1959. Beltsville  Experimental Forest-maple progenies. In Proceedings, Sixth  Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. p.33-34.  Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Upper Darby, PA. 
    57. Nixon, C. M., and J. Ely. 1969. Food eaten by a beaver  colony in southeast Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science  69:313-319.
    59. Perala, D. A., and E. Sucoff 1965. Diagnosing potassium  symptoms in American elm, silver maple, Russian olive,  hackberry, and box elder. Forest Science 11:347-352.
    61. Prince, H. W. 1968. Nest sites used by wood ducks and  common goldeneyes in New Brunswick. Journal of Wildlife  Management 32:489-500.
    63. Rehder, A. 1940. Manual of cultivated trees and shrubs  hardy in North America. MacMillan, New York. 996 p.
    65. Reichard, T. A. 1976. Spring food habits and feeding  behavior of fox squirrels and red squirrels. American  Midland Naturalist 96:443A50.
    67. Rowe-Dutton, P.1959. Mist propagation of cuttings. British  Commonwealth Bureau of Horticulture and Plantation Crops  Digest 2:135.
    69. Santamour, F. S., Jr. 1965. Cytological studies in red and  silver maple. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club  92:124-134.
    71. Santamour, F. S., Jr., and A. J. McArdle. 1982. Checklist  of cultivated Maples. Iv. Acer saccharinum L.  Journal of Arboriculture 8(10):277-280.
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    75. Schopmeyer, C. S., tech. coord. 1974. Seeds of woody plants  in the United States. U.S. Department of Agriculture,  Agriculture Handbook 450. Washington, DC. 883 p.
    77. Sholten, H. 1963. Species survival in Minnesota farmstead  windbreaks. Minnesota Forestry Notes 128. University of  Minnesota, Forestry Department, St. Paul. 3 p.
    79. Taylor, W. R. 1920. A morphological and cytological study  of reproduction in the genus Acer Contributions of  the Botany Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania 5:11-138. 
    81. Temple, P. J., S. N. Linzon, and M. L. Smith. 1980.  Fluorine and boron effects on vegetation in the vicinity of  a fiberglass plant. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution  10:163-173.
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    85. von Althen, F. W. 1979. A guide to hardwood planting on  abandoned farmland in southern Ontario. Department of  Environment, Canadian Forestry Service Report P6A-5M7. Sault  Ste. Marie, ON. 43 p.
    87. von Althen, F. W. 1981. Site preparation and post-planting  weed control in hardwood afforestation: white ash, black  walnut, basswood, silver maple, hybrid poplar. Department of  Environment, Canadian Forestry Service Report O-X-325. Sault  Ste. Marie, ON. 17 p.
    89. von Althen, F. W. 1981. Personal correspondence. Department  of Environment. Canadian Forestry Service, Sault Ste. Marie,  ON.
    91. Waldbauer, C. P., and J. G. Sternburg. 1967. Host plants and  the location of the baggy and compact cocoons of Hyalophora  cecropia (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). Annals of the  Entomological Society of America 60:97-101.
    93. Webb, P. D. 1978. Root regeneration and bud dormancy of  sugar maple, silver maple, and white ash seedlings. Forest  Science 23:474-483.
    95. Weitzman, Sidney, and R. J. Hutnik. 1965. Silver maple (Acer  saccharinum L.). In Silvics of forest trees in  the United States. p.63-65. H. A. Fowells, comp. U.S.  Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 271.  Washington, DC.
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