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  1. Artificial defoliation of eastern white pine duplicates some effects of chlorotic dwarf disease /
    By: Dochinger, Leon S. - Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)
    Publication info: Columbus, Ohio. :Central States Forest Experiment Station,1963.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: Defoliation  Diseases and pests  Trees  White pine  
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  2. Causes, effects and control of defoliation on tomatoes /
    By: Horsfall, James G. - Heuberger, John William,
    Publication info: [New Haven] :Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station,1942.
    Contributed by: University of Connecticut Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Control  Defoliation  Diseases and pests  Tomatoes  
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  3. Correspondence : Prantl (Karl) and Engelmann (George), 1882.
    By: Prantl, Karl,
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
    Subjects: 1809-1884  1849-1893  Botanists  Coniferae  Correspondence  Defoliation  Diseases and pests  Engelmann, George,  Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Berlin  Letters  Needles (Botany)  Prantl, Karl,  Scientists  
    BHL Collections: Engelmann Papers, Missouri Botanical Garden
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  4. Defoliation and mortality in Connecticut forests /
    By: Stephens, George Robert, - Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.
    Publication info: New Haven, Conn. :Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station,[1981]
    Contributed by: University of Connecticut Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Connecticut  Defoliation  Diseases and pests  Forests and forestry  Hardwoods  Statistics  Trees  Wounds and injuries  
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  5. Defoliation effects on plant production, vigor, and carbohydrate reserve status for several storage important Colorado range species : a progress report
    By: Buwai, Malami. - Trlica, M. J. - United States.
    Publication info: [Denver, Colo. :The Bureau],1974.
    Contributed by: Bureau of Land Management (archive.org)
    Subjects: Carbohydrates  Colorado  Defoliation  Growth (Plants)  Range plants  
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  6. Effects of defoliation by Douglas-fir tussock moth on timing and quantity of streamflow /
    By: Helvey, J. D. - Tiedemann, Arthur R. - Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)
    Publication info: Portland, Or. :Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,[1978]
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: Blue Mountains (Or. and Wash.)  Defoliation  Diseases and pests  Douglas fir tussock moth  Environmental aspects  Plant-water relationships  Stream measurements  Trees  Watershed hydrology  
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  7. Predicting the susceptibility of Illinois forest stands to defoliation by the gypsy moth / David L. Swofford, Michael R. Jeffords, and Karen W. O'Hayer.
    By: Swofford, David L. - Jeffords, Michael R. - O'Hayer, Karen W. - Illinois.
    Publication info: Champaign, Ill. :Illinois Natural History Survey,[1988]
    Contributed by: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    Subjects: Defoliation  Diseases and pests  Gypsy moth  Illinois  Trees  
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  8. The relation of insect defoliation to mortality in Connecticut forests /
    By: Stephens, George Robert,
    Publication info: New Haven :Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station,1971.
    Contributed by: University of Connecticut Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Connecticut  Defoliation  Forests and forestry  
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  9. Stand dynamics in Connecticut forests-the new series plots (1959-2000) /
    By: Ward, Jeffrey S. - Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.
    Publication info: New Haven :Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station,[2005]
    Contributed by: University of Connecticut Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Connecticut  Defoliation  Forest declines  Forest health  
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  1. Axillary bud viability and dry matter production of Poa ligularis in Patagonian grasslands: (with 1 table & 4 figures)
    By: Souto,CP - Becker,GF - Siffredi,GL - Busso,CA - Sternberg,M
    Type: Article
    In: Phyton (Buenos Aires)
    Date: 2004-12-01
    Subjects: axillary buds  Defoliation  dry matter production  Patagonia  Poa ligularis  semiarid Argentina  
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  2. Feeding preferences of the willow sawfl y Nematus oligospilus (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) for commercial Salix clones
    By: Loetti,Verónica - Rubio,Alejandra - Bellocq,María Isabel
    Type: Article
    In: Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina
    Date: 2012-06-01
    Subjects: Defoliation  herbivory  Salicaceae  Willow sawfly  
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  3. Low intensity surface fire instigates movement by Calosoma frigidum (Coleoptera, Carabidae)
    By: Jacobs, Jenna - Bergeron, Colin - Work, Timothy - Spence, John
    Type: Article
    In: ZooKeys
    Volume: 147
    Date: 2011
    Page Range: 641-649
    Publication info: Pensoft Publishers 2011
    Subjects: Behavior  Calosoma  Defoliation  foraging  prescribed fire  
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