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Utilization of Pinus patula: an annotated bibliography Subtitle: O.F.I. Occasional papers no.45

Abstract: Pinus patula Schiede andamp; Deppe in Schlectendal andamp; Chamisso is the most intensively utilized conifer in the tropics and sub-tropics, where it is widely planted as an exotic. The species is indigenous to Mexico at altitudes 1500 to 3100 m and at latitudes 16°N to 24°N (Dvorak and Donahue, 1992) with mean annual precipitation of 600 to 2500 mm (Eguiluz, 1988). Within the native range it attains a height of 30 to 35 m with diameters of 50 to 90 cm (Perry, 1991). The botanic exploration of P. patula in Mexico has been reviewed by Standley (1926) and Loock (1977). Common names for the species in Mexico are pino colorado, ocote colorado, ocote macho and pino xalocote (Paz and Olvera, 1981)

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Publication status:PublishedVersion:Publisher's versionNotes:This document has been digitised by the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford as part of the Oxford Digital Library for Forestry (ODLF) project. Digitisation of this document has been made possible through the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The original contents of this document remain the copyright of the University of Oxford (http://www.ox.ac.uk/).

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Publisher: Oxford Forestry Institute, University of Oxford

Issue Date: 1994Identifiers

Urn: uuid:9887015b-172b-41dc-973b-c30736c94b39

Isbn: 0850741300

Issn: 0269-5790 Item Description

Type: Working paper;

Language: eng

Version: Publisher's versionKeywords: Oxford Forestry Institute OFISubjects: Forests and forestry Plant sciences Tiny URL: ftry:10100

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