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Firewood Crops: Shrub and Tree Species for Energy Production Volume 2 (BOSTID, 1983, 85 p.)

Appendixes

1 Summary of Characteristics by Climatic Zones

The table following reviews the attributes of the various species duscussed in each section of Volumes I and II of Firewood Crops: Shrub and Tree Species for Energy Production. It only includes data contained in the two reports: environmental requirements, yields, calorific values, other uses (uses other than for firewood), coppicing abilities, and nitrogen-fixing abilities.

Our table is based on one prepared by Alan Grainger for his review of Volume I of Firewood Crops in International Tree Crops Journal Volume 2 No. 1, 1982.

Abbreviations used in table:

Temperature

F Frost tolerant


LF Tolerates light frost


NF Not frost tolerant

Altitude

Extremes are given in parentheses.

Rainfall

Extremes are given in parentheses.


<100 + indicates that trees tolerate less than 100 mm but also a much higher rainfall.

Yields

Estimates are in m³/ha/year except when stated otherwise.


Typical rotations are given in parentheses when available.

Other Uses

B

Bee forage

DY

Dye

F

Food

Fd

Fodder

Fi

Fiber

G

Gum

GM

Green manure

H

Hedges

M

Medicine

O

Oil

Or

Ornamental

P

Perfume

PC

Pest control

PW

Pulpwood

R

Resin

SB

Shelterbelts

SC

Soil conservation

Sh

Shade

Si

Silkworm forage

T

Timber of whatever quality

Ta

Tannin


Tropical Highlands


Humid Tropics


Arid And Semiarid regions

2 Selected Readings

Acacia decurrens
Krishnaswarry, V. S. 1957. The wattles or the exotic acacias of Australia introduced in Madras state. Proceedings of the Seventh British Commonwealth Forestry Con,ference, Australia and New Zealand. Madras Forest Department, Madras, India.

Raghavan, M. S. 1939. Note on the Cultivation of the Green Wattle Acacia decurrens in South Africa and South India. Superintendent, Government Press, Madras, India.

Streets, R. J. 1962. Exotic Forest Trees in the British Commonwealth. Clarendon Press Oxford, England.

Webb, D. B., P. J. Wood, and J. Smith. 1980. A Guide to Species Selection for Tropical and Subtropical Plantations. Tropical Forestry Paper No. 16. Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford, England.

Ailanthus excelsa
Bhandari, D. S., and M. L. Gupta. 1972. Studies on the digestibility and nutritive value of ardu (Ailanthus excelsa Roxb.). Indian Veterinary Journal 49(5): 512-516.

Bhandari, D. S., and M. L. Gupta. 1973. Utilization of ardu leaves (Ailanthus excelsa) as a supplement for poor quality roughage. Indian Veterinary Journal 50(8):809-812.

Kirtikau, K. R., and D. Basu. 1975. Indian Medicinal Plants, Vol. 1, p. 505. Bishshem Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, 23A New Connought Place, Dehra Dun, India.

Singh, N. P., and B. C. Patnayak. 1977. Nutritive value of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. (ardu) leaves for sheep. Indian Veterinary Journal 54(3):198-201.

Singh, N. P., and R. D. Mudgal. 1979. Ardu-An ideal fodder tree. Farmer and Parliament 14(5):25-26.

Troup, R. S. 1921. The Silviculture of Indian Trees, Vol. 1, pp. 171-173. Clarendon Press, Oxford, England.

Albizia falcataria
Burgess, P. F. 1966 (Reprinted 1980). Timbers of Sabah, pp. 343-347. Sabah, Malaysia.

Domingo, 1. L. 1980. Bibliography on Albizia falcataria (L ) Fosb. Forest Research Department, Paper Industries Corporation of the Philippines, Bislig, Surigao del Sur, Philippines. (Contains 164 references.)

Fenton, R., R. E. Roper, and G. R. Watt. 1977. Lowland Tropical Hardwoods. (An annotated bibliography on selected species with plantation potential.) External Aid Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wellington, New Zealand.

Fontanilla, C. 1980. FORI has identified the cause of Albizia canker paving the way to an effective control of this disease that is infesting 5 industrial tree plantations of corporate and small tree farmers. CANOPY6(5)1, 8-9; and Editorial, p. 2.

Gerhards, C. C. 1976. Physical and Mechanical Properties of Molucca albizzia Crown in Hawaii. Research Paper FPL-55. USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Ng, F. S. P. 1980. Legumes in forestry. Proceedings of Legumes in the Tropics, p p. 449-456. Universiti Pertanian, Serdang Selangor, Malaysia.

Skolmen, R. G. 1974 Some Woods of Hawaii-Properties and Uses of 16 Commercial Species. General Technical Report PSW-8. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Berkeley, California, USA.

Balanites aegyptiaca
Abu El Gasim M. Suliman and J. K. Jackson. 1959. The Heglig tree. Sudan Silva 9(1):63-66 (67-70 in Arabic).

Busson, F. 1965. Plantes alimentaires de l'Ouest Africain. Leconte, Marseille, France. 568 pp.

Dale, 1. R., and P. J. Creenway. 1961. Kenya Trees and Shrubs. Buchanan's Kenya Estates, Ltd., Nairobi, and Hatchards, London, England. 654 pp.

Dalziel, J. M. 1948. Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa (appendix to the Flora of West Tropical Africa). Crown Agents for the Colonies, London, England. 612 pp.

Eggeling, W. J. 1951. The Indigenous Trees of the Uganda Proteaorate, second revised edition. Government of the Uganda Protectorate, Entebbe, Uganda. 491 pp.

Giffard, P. L. 1974. L'Arbre dans le Paysage Senegalais. Centre Technique Forestier Tropical, Dakar, Senegal. 431 pp.

Hardman, R., and E. A. Sofawora. 1972. A reinvestigation of Balanites aegyptiaca as a source of steroidal sapogenins. Economic Botany 26(2):169-173.

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Irvine, F. R. 1961. Woody Plants of Ghana with Special Reference to Their Uses. Oxford University Press, London, England. 868 pp.

Karschon, R. 1973. Contributions to the arboreal flora of Israel Balanites aegyptiaca (L.) Del. La-Yaaran 23 (3-4).

Bursera simaruba
Little, E. L., Jr., and F. H. Wadsworth. 1964. Common Trees of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Agricultural Handbook 249. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA. 558 pp.

Longwood, F. R. 1962. Present and Potential Commercial Timbers of the Caribbean. Agricultural Hand-book 207. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. USA. 167 pp.

Morton, J. F. 1981. Atlas of Medicinal Plants of Middle America. Charles C Thomas, Springfield Illinois, USA. 1,420 pp.

Pennington, T. D., and J. Sarukhan. 1968. Arboles Tropicales de Mexico. FAO and Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Mexico, D.F. 413 pp.

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Coccoloba uvifera
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Standley, P. C., and J. A. Steyermark. 1946. Flora of Guatemala: Fieldiana, Botany, Vol. 24, Pt. 4. Chicago Natural History Museum Publication 577. Chicago, Illinois, USA. 493 pp.

West, E., and L. E. Arnold. 1946. Native Trees of Florida. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 212 pp.

Combretum micranthum
Aubreville, A. 1950. Flore Forestiere Soudane Guineenne. Societe d'Editions Geographiques Maritimes et Coloniales, Paris, France. 5,223 pp.

Berhaut, J. 1974. Flore Illustree du Senegal, pp. 347-350. Ministere du Developpement Rural, Direction des Eaux et Forets, Dakar, Senegal.

Bognounou, O. 1975. Note sur une plante medicinale: Le randga ou kinkeliba (Combretum micranthum C. Don-Combretaceae). Notes et Documents Voltaiques 8(21)36-44. Ouagadougou, Upper Volta

Conocarpus lancifolius
Boaler, S. B. 1959. Conocarpus lancifolius in Somaliland. Empire Forest Review 38(4):371-379.

Howes, F. N. 1951. Conocarpus lancifolius Engl.-An interesting Somaliland Tree. Kew Bulletin 6:323-324.

Dalbergia sissoo
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. 1952. Wealth of India, Raw Materials, Vol. 3, pp. 7-11. CSIR, New Delhi, India.

Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. 1974. Tree Planting Practices in African Savannas. FAO Forestry Development Paper No. 19. Rome, Italy.

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Ghosh, R. C. 1977. Handbook on Afforestation Techniques. Controller of Publications, Delhi, India.

Goor, A. Y., and C. W. Barney. 1978. Forest Tree Planting in Arid Zones. Ronald Press, New York, USA.

Kaul, R. N. 1970. Afforestation in Arid Zones. Dr. W. Junk N. V. Publishers, The Hague, Netherlands.

Kumar, A., and H. P. Bhatnagar. 1976. Effect of temperature and substratum on germination of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. seed. Indian Forestry 102(9): 608-613.

Street, R. J. 1962. Exotic Forest Trees in the British Commonwealth, pp. 259-262. Clarendon Press, Oxford, England.

Troup, R. S. 1921. The Silviculture of Indian Trees, Vol. 1, pp. 294-318. Clarendon Press, Oxford, England

Eucalyptus brassiana
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 1979. Eucalypts for Planting. FAO Forestry Series No. 11. Rome, Italy. 677 pp.

Turnbull, J., and I. Brooker. 1978. Cape York Red Cum, Eucalyptus brassiana S. T. Blake. Forest Tree Series No. 213. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia.

Eucalyptus deglupta
Davidson, J. 1977a. Problems of vegetative propagation of Eucalyptus. Proceedings of the Third World Consultation on Forest Tree Breeding. Canberra, Australia.

Davidson, J. 1977b. Breeding Eucalyptus deglupta-A case study. Proceedings of the Third World Consultation on Forest Tree Breeding. Canberra, Australia.

Fenton, R., R. E. Roper, and G. R. Watt. 1977. Lowland Tropical Hardwoods. (An annotated bibliography of selected species with plantation potential.) External Aid Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Wellington, New Zealand.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 1979. Eucalypts for Planting. FAO Forestry Series No. 11. Rome, Italy. 677 pp.

Turnbull, J. 1974. Kamarere. Eucalyptus deglupta Blume. Forest Tree Series No. 175. Department of Primary Industry, Forestry and Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia.

Hillis, W. E., and A. G. Brown, eds. 1978. Eucalypts for Wood Production. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia. 434 pp.

Webb, D. B., P. J. Wood, and J. Smith. 1980. A Guide to Species Selection for Tropical and Subtropical Plantations. Tropical Forestry Paper No. 16. Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford, England.

Eucalyptus pellita
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 1979. Eucalypts for Planting. FAO Forestry Series No. 11. Rome, Italy. 677 pp,

Golfari, L., R. L. Caser, and V. P. G. Moura. 1978. Zoneamento ecologico esquematico pare reflorestamento no Brasil. Instituto Brasileiro de Desenvolvimento e Pesquisa Florestal, Brasilia. FAO order number PNUD/FAO/IBDF/BRA-45 Serie Technica. FAO Rome, Italy.

Hall, N., and ;. Brooker. 1974. Large-Fruited Red Mahogany. Eucalyptus pellita F. Muell. Forest Tree Series No. 146. Department of Primary Industry, Forestry and Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia.

Hillis, W. E., and A. G. Brown, eds. 1978. Eucalypts for Wood Production. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia. 434 pp.

Moura, V. P. C., et al. 1980. Avaliacao de especies a procedencias de Eucalyptus em Minas Gerais Espirito Santo. Boletim de Pesquisa No. 1. EMBRAPA Centro de Pesquisa Agropecuaria dos Cerrados, Brasilia.

Eucalyptus robusta
Boland, D. J., M. I. H. Brooker, and J. W. Turnbull. 1980. Eucalyptus Seed. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia. 191 pp.

Dabral, S. N. 1957. Notes on some of the exotic forest species established in India. Proceedings of the Seventh British Commonwealth Forestry Conference, Australia and New Zealand. Madras Forest Department, Madras, India.

Hall, N., R. D. Johnston, and G. M. Chippendale. 1975. Forest Trees of Australia. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, Australia. 334 PP.

Hillis, W. E., and A. G. Brown, eds. 1978. Eucalypts for Wood Production. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia. 434 pp.

Jacobs, M. R. 1979. Eucalypts for Planting. FAO Forestry Series No. 11. Rome, Italy. 677 pp.

Krugman, S. L. 1974. Eucalyptus L'Herit Eucalyptus. Seeds of Woody Plants in the United States, pp. 384-392. Agricultural Handbook 450. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA.

Pickford, G. D., and R. K. LeBarron. 1960. A Study of Forest Plantations for Timber Production on the Island of Hawaii. Technical Paper 52. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Berkeley, California, USA. 17 pp.

Eucalyptus tereticornis
Bell, T. 1. W. and T. Evo. 1982. Energy Plantations in the Fiji Dry Zone. Fiji Pine Research Paper No. 10. Fiji Pine Commission, Box 521, Lautoka, Fiji.

Boland, D. J., M. 1. H. Brooker, and J. W. Turnbull. 1980. Eucalyptus Seed. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia. 191 pp.

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Hillis, W. E., and A. G. Brown, eds. 1978. Eucalypts for Wood Production. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia. 434 pp.

Jacobs, M. R. 1979. Eucalypts for Planting. FAO Forestry Series No. 11. Rome, Italy. 677 pp.

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Eucalyptus urophylla
Campinohos, E. 1980. More wood of better quality through intensive silviculture and rapid growth improved Brazilian eucalyptus. TAPPI 63(11):145147.

Fenton, R., R. E. Roper, and G. R. Watt. 1977. Lowland Tropical Hardwoods. (An annotated bibliography of selected species with plantation potential.) External Aid Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wellington, New Zealand.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 1979. Eucalypts for Planting. FAO Forestry Series No. 11. Rome, Italy. 677 pp.

Hillis, W. E., and A. G. Brown, eds. 1978. Eucalypts for Wood Production. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia. 434 pp.

Martin, C., and C. Cossalter. 1975-76. Les Eucalyptus des iles de la Sonde. Revue des Bois et Forets des Tropiques, pp. 163-167.

Moura, U. P. G. 1978. Altitudinal Variation in Eucalyptus urophylla S. T. Blake. M. S. thesis, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia.

Turnbull, J., and 1. Brooker. 1978. Timor Mountain Cum Eucalyptus urophylla, S. T. Blake. Forest Tree Series No. 214. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia.

Webb, D. B., P. J. Wood, and J. Smith. 1980. A Guide to Species Selection for Tropical and Subtropical Plantations. Tropical Forestry Paper No. 16. Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford, England.

Gleditsia triacanthos
Bonner, F. T., J. D. Burton, and H. C. Grigsby. 1974. Gleditsia L. honeylocust. Seeds of Woody Plants in the United States, pp. 431-433. Agricultural Handbook 450. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA.

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Hibiscus tiliaceus
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Maesopsis eminii
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Melaleuca quinquenervia
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Melia azedarach
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Pinus caribaea
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Psidium guajava
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Bourke, D. O. 1976. Psidium guajava-guava. The Propagation of Tropical Fruit Trees, eds. R. J. Garner and S. A. Chaudri. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau, Slough, England. pp. 530-553.

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Robinia pseudoacacia
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Hall, N., R. W. Boden, C. S. Christian, R. W. Condon, F A. Dale, A. J. Hart, J. H. Leigh, J. K. Marshall, A. G. McArthur, V. Russell, and J. W. Turnbull. 1972. The Use of Trees and Shrubs in the Dry Country of Australia. Forest and Timber Bureau, Canberra, Australia.

Keresztesi, B. 1980. The black locust. Unasylva 32(127): 23-33.

Keresztesi, B. 1979. Mini-monograph on Robinia pseudoacacia. Technical Consultation on Fast-Growing Plantation Broadleaved Trees for Mediterranean and Temperate Zones, pp. 301-330. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy.

Kim, Chung Suk. 1975. Studies on the Colchitetraploids of Robinia pseudoacacia L. Research Report of the Institute of Forest Genetics No. 12. Institute of Forest Genetics, Office of Forestry, Suwon, Korea. 108 pp.

Limstrom, G. A. 1960. Forestation of Strip-Mined Land in the Central States. Agricultural Handbook 166. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA. 74 pp.

McAlister, R. H. 1971. Black locust. American Woods. Forest Service Report No. 244. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA.

Olson, D. F., Jr. 1974. Robinia L. Locust. Seeds of Woody Plants in the United States, pp. 728-731. Agricultural Handbook 450. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA.

Roach, B. A. 1965. Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.). Silvics of Forest Trees in the United States, pp. 642-648. Agricultural Handbook 271. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C., USA.

Royce, R. D. 1965. Robinia-The false acacia. Journal of Agriculture of Western Australia 6(9):550-552.

Shah, F. A. 1972. False acacia-A promising bee plant of Kashmir. Indian Bee Journal 34(1 /2):34-35.

Streets, R. J. 1962. Exotic Forest Trees in the British Commonwealth. Clarendon Press, Oxford, England.

Sapium sebiferum
Bolley, D. S., and R. H. McCormack. 1950. Utilization of the seed of the Chinese tallow tree. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 27: 84-87.

Browne, F. G. 1968. Pests and Diseases
of Forest Plantation Trees. Oxford University Press, Oxford, England.

Cameron, G. N., and T. W. LaPoint. 1978. Effects of tannins on the decomposition of Chinese tallow leaves by terrestrial and aquatic invertebrates. Oecologia 32:349-366.

Chao, S.C., Y.C.Ku, S.J.Lin, andT.T.Pan. 1971. Measurements of fiber dimensions and analysis of chemical composition on Taiwan hardwoods. Bulletin of Taiwan Forestry Research Institute 14: 1-26.

Christie, W. 1969. The glyceride structure of Sapium sebiferum seed oil. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 187:1-5.

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. The Wealth of India: Raw Materials, Vol. 9, pp. 230-231. CSIR, New Delhi, India.

Goetze, H., and G. Schultze-Dewitz. 1972. Structure and physiochemical and strength properties of the wood of tropical Southeast Asian tree species. Holztechnologie 13: 167-172.

Hayes, B. 1979. The Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebifermn)-Artificial bee pasturage success story. American Bee Journal 119:848-849.

Holland, B. R., and W. W. Meinke. 1948. Chinese tallow nut protein 1. Isolation, amino acid, and vitamin analysis. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 25:418-419.

Howes, F. N. 1949. The Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum Roxb.)-A source of drying oil. Kew Bulletin 4:573-580.

Hsu, B. H. 1928. A systematical examination of Chinese tallow seeds and oil. The China Journal 9:244-251.

Lin, W.-C., A.-C. Chen, C.-J. Tseng, and S.-C. Huang. 1958. An investigation and study of Chinese tallow trees in Taiwan (Sapium sebiferum Roxb). Bulletin of Taiwan Forestry Research Institute 57: 137.

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Potts, W. M. 1946. The Chinese tallow tree as a chemurgic crop. The Chemurgic Digest 5:373-375.

Scheld, H. W., and J. R. Cowles. 1981. Woody biomass potential of the Chinese tallow tree. Economic Botany 35:391-397.

Scheld, H. W., N. B. Bell, G. N. Cameron, J. R.

Cowles, C. R. Engler, A. D. Krikorian, and E. B. Schultz. 1981. The Chinese tallow tree as a cash and petroleum-substitute crop. Tree Crops for Energy Co-production on Farms, pp. 97-111. SERI Bulletin CP-622-1086.

Sesbania sesban
Allen, O. N., and E. K. Allen. 1981. The Leguminosae. Macmillan, London, England.

Anonymous. 1970. Cultivation of Sesbania aegyptiaca. Aranya Vikas (Quarterly Bulletin of A. P. Forest Offcers Association) 17:26-34.

Tarchonanthus camphoratus
Palgrave, K. C., et al. 1977. Trees of Southern Africa, p. 910. Struik, Cape Town, South Africa.

Palmer, E., and N. Pitman. 1972. Trees of Southern Africa, pp. 2,155-2,157. Balkema, Cape Town, South Africa.

Watt, J. M., and M. G. Breyer-Brandwijk. 1962. The Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of Southern and Eastern Africa, pp. 294-295. Livingstone, Edinburgh, Scotland.

3 Research Contacts

Acacia decurrens
Conservator of Forests (Research), Tamil Nadu, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625 020 India

R. N. Kaul, Director of Forestry Research and Central Silviculturist, Forest Research Institute and Colleges, P.O. New Forest, Dehra Dun 248 006, U.P., India

Seed Section, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

V. R. Nanayakkara, Conservator of Forests, Forest Department, P.O. Box 509, Colombo 2, Sri Lanka

M. D. Tindale, Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs. Macquarie's Road, Sydney, N.S.W. 2000, Australia.

Ailanthus excelsa
P. K. Khosla, Department of Forestry, Agricultural Complex, Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Nauni, Solan 173 230, H.P., India

M. Kolar, Associate Director, Forest Department, Land Development Authority, P.O. Box 45, Kiriat Hayim, Israel (Ailanthus glandulosa [A. altissima] seed only)

Memendra Kumar Nath, Silviculturist, Forest Department-Government of Assam, South Sarania, Cauhati 7, Assam, India

H. Y. Mohan Ram, Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi 110 007, India

K. M. Siddiqui, Director, Forest Products Research Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

N. P. Singh, Central Sheep and Wood Research Institute, Avikanager, Rajasthan, India

Albizis falcataria
Harun Alrasyid, Silviculturist, Balai Penelitian Hutan (Forest Research Institute), P.O. Box 66, Jalan Cunung Batu, Bogor, Indonesia

Robert M. Bennett, Principal Forest Officer, Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 129, Vila, Vanuatu, S.W. Pacific

Tan Kee Chong, Sabah Softwoods Sdn. Bhd., P.O. Box 137, Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia

Director, Forest Research Institute, Kepong, Selangor, Malaysia

Ireneo L. Domingo, Forest Research Director, Paper Industries Corporation of the Philippines, Bislig, Surigao del Sur, Philippines

Ta-Wei Hu, Division of Silviculture, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, 53 Nan-Hai Road, Taipei, Taiwan

Kuswata Kurtawinata, Head, Herbarium Bogoriense, LBN-LIPI, Jalan Raya Juanda 22-24, Bogor, Indonesia

Hua Seng Lee, Silviculturist, Forest Research Section Forestry Department, Badruddin Road, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

Eduardo B. Principe, Research Officer, Silviculture Division, Forest Research Institute, College, Laguna 3720, Philippines

Jose O. Sargento, Makiling Experimental and Demonstration Forests, College of Forestry, University of the Philippines at Los Baflos, College, Laguna 3720, Philippines

Neptali Q. Zabala, Associate Professor of Forest Tree Improvement, Silviculture and Forest Influences Department, University of the Philippines at Los Banos, College, Laguna 3720, Philippines

Balanites aegyptiaca
R. Karschon, Director, Forestry Division, Agricultural Research Organization, 42805 Ilanot M. P. Lev Hasharon, Israel

Hassan A. R. Musnad, Silviculturist, Arid Zone Forestry Research, Forestry Research Institute, P.O. Box 658, Khartoum, Sudan

SEPASAT, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, England, United Kingdom

Ezekiel Abayomi Sofowora, Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ife, lle-lfe, Nigeria

H. J. von Maydell, Professor, Federal Research Center for Forestry and Forest Products, Leuschnerstrasse, 91, 2050 Hamburg 80, West Germany

Bursera simaruba
K. S. Bawa, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts 02125, USA

Director, Direccion de Bosques, INDERENA, Carrera 14, No. 25A66 Piso 2, Bogota, D.E., Colombia

Director, Instituto Forestal Latino-Americano, Apartado 36, Merida, Venezuela

Institute of Tropical Forestry, P.O. Box AQ, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 00928, USA

Coccoloba uvifera
Centro Agronomico Tropical de Investigacion y Ensenanza (CATIE), Turrialba, Costa Rica

Director, Direccion de Bosques, INDERENA, Carrera 14, No. 25A66 Piso 2, Bogota, D.E., Colombia

Director, Instituto Forestal Latino-Americano, Apartado 36, Merida, Venezuela

Everglades Sod and Landscape, Inc., 19100 Krome Avenue, Miami, Florida 33187, USA (commercial production)

Institute of Tropical Forestry, P.O. Box AQ, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 00928, USA

George N. McHugh, 28590 S.W. 170th Ave., Homestead, Florida 33030, USA (flammability)

Combretum micranthum
Directeur, Institut Senegalais de Recherches Agricoles,

Centre National de Recherches Forestieres, Parc Forestier de Hann, B.P. 2312, Dakar, Senegal

H. J. von Maydell, Professor, Federal Research Center for Forestry and Forest Products, Leuschnerstrasse, 91, 2050 Hamburg, Germany

J. C. Okafor, Forestry Investigation Unit, No. 2 Works Road, Enugu, Nigeria

SEPASAT, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, England, United Kingdom

Conocarpus lancifolius
Mohsen A. R. Bazara'a, Forestry Section, Research and Extension Department, El-Kod Research Station, Ministry of Agriculture, Aden, People's Democratic Republic of Yemen

R. D. Haller, Bamburi Portland Cement Co., Ltd., P.O. Box 90202, Mombasa, Kenya

Hassan A. R. Musnad, Silviculturist, Arid Zone Forestry Research, Forestry Research Institute, P.O. Box 658, Khartoum, Sudan

SEPASAT, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, England, United Kingdom

Dalbergia sissoo
Devendra B. Amatya, Forestry Services, Ravi Bhawan Road, Kalimati, Kathmandu, Nepal

Chief Forest Officer, Community Forestry and Afforestation Division, Hattisar, Naxal, Kathmandu, Nepal

P. K. Khosla, Department of Forestry, Agricultural Complex, Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Nauni, Solan 173 230, H.P., India

M. Kolar, Associate Director, Forest Department, Land Development Authority, P.O. Box 45, Kiriat Hayim, Israel

Adarsh Kumar, Research Officer, Plant Physiology Branch, Forest Research Institute, P.O. New Forest, Dehra Dun 248 006, U.P., India

Hassan A. R. Musnad, Silviculturist, Arid Zone Forestry Research, Forestry Research Institute, P.O. Box 658, 1;hartoum, Sudan

K. M. Siddiqui, Director, Forest Products Research Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan.

Paul Soderholm, USDA Subtropical Horticulture Research Unit, 13601 Old Cutler Road, Miami, Florida 33158, USA

Eucalyptus brassiana
J. W. Turnbull, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

N. H. S. Howcroft, Forest Research Station, P.O. Box 134, Bulolo, Monrobe Province, Papua New Guinea

J. C. Doran, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

Eucalyptus deglupta
Tan Kee Chong, Sabah Softwoods Sdn. Bhd., P.O. Box 137, Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia

J. Davidson, Eucalyptus and Forestry Service, P.O. Box419, Armidale, N.S.W. 2350, Australia

Director, Forest Research Institute, P.O. Box 66, Jalan Gunung Batu, Bogor, Indonesia

Director, Forest Research Institute, College, Laguna 3720, Philippines

Director, OPFLOR, Companhia Florestal de Monte Dourado, Caixa 263, Belem, Para, Brazil

N. H. S. Howcroft, Forest Research Station, P.O. Box 134, Bulolo, Monrobe Province, Papua New Guinea

C. P. Munoz, 24B Jasmin Street Ext. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

J. W. Turnbull, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

Eucalyptus pellita
J. W. Turnbull, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

E. Campinhos, Jr., Rua Prof. Lobo, 1.128, Aracruz, Esp. Santo, Brazil

Eucalyptus robusta
T. F. Geary, USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, P.O. Box 938, Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936, USA

Forestry Research Station, Charia Omar Ibn El Khattab, B.P. 763, Rabat (Agdal), Morocco

R. N. Kaul, Director of Forestry Research and Central Silviculturist, Forestry Research Institute and Colleges, P.O. New Forest, Dehra Dun 248 006, U.P., India

M. Kolar, Associate Director, Forest Department, Land Development Authority, P.O. Box 45, Kiriat Hayim, Israel (seed)

George Meskimen, USDA Forest Service, P.O. Box 05-279, Ft. Myers, Florida 33905, USA

L. D. Pryor, Professor, Department of Forestry, The Australian National University, P.O. Box 4, Canberra, A.C.T., 2600, Australia

D. R. Quaile, Eucalypt Tree Breeder, Forest Research Centre, P.O. Box HG 595, Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe

Roger G. Skolmen, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 323, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, USA

J. W. Turnbull, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

Eucalyptus tereticonis
J. C. Delwaulle, Directeur, Centre Technique Forestier Tropical, B.P. 764, Pointe Noire, Republique Populaire du Congo

Forestry Research Station, Charia Omar Ibn El Khattab, B.P. 763, Rabat (Agdal), Morocco

T. F. Geary, USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, P.O. Box 938, Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936, USA

INDERENA, Apartado Aereo 51912, Bogota, D.E. 2, Colombia

P. K. Karani, Senior Conservator Research, Forest Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources, P.O. Box 31, Entebbe, Uganda

M Kolar, Associate Director, Forest Department, Land Development Authority, P.O. Box 45, Kiriat Hayim, Israel (seed)

Kodira A. Kushalapa, Deputy Conservator of Forests, Yellapur 581 359, U.K. Dist., Karnataka, India

L. D. Pryor, Professor, Department of Forestry, The Australian National University, P.O. Box 4, Canberra, A.C.T., 2600, Australia

D. R. Quaile, Eucalypt Tree Breeder, Forest Research Centre, P.O. Box HG 595, Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe

K. M. Siddiqui, Diector, Forest Products Research Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

J. W. Turnbull, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

K. Vivekanandan, Chief Research Officer, Forest Department, P.O. Box 509, Colombo 2, Sri Lanka

P. J. Wood, Unit of Tropical Silviculture, Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford OX1 3RB, England

Eucalyptus urophylla
E. Campinhos, Jr., Rua Prof. Lobo, 1.128, Aracruz, Esp. Santo, Brazil

J. C. Delwaulle, Directeur, Centre Technique Forestier Tropical, B.P. 764, Pointe Noire, Republique Populaire du Congo

J. C. Doran, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

Director, OPFLOR, Companhia Florestal de Monte Dourado, Caixa Postal 263, Belem, Para, Brazil

V. P. G. Moura, CPAC/EMBRAPA, Km 18-BR 020, BSB-For., 73300-Planaltina-D.F., Brazil

Senior Forest Officer (Research), Forestry Division, Munda, W/ Province, Solomon Islands

J. W. Turnbull, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

Gleditsia triacanthos
Robert M. Blair, USDA Forest Service, P.O. Box 7600, SFA Station, Nacogdoches, Texas 75962, USA

James Hanover, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824,

1. Nahal, Professor of Forestry and Ecology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Aleppo, Aleppo, Syria

David Scanlon 111, Tennessee Valley Authority, Division of Land and Forest Resources, Norris, Tennessee 37828, USA

Gregory Williams, Appalachian Regional Office, International Tree Crops Institute, U.S.A., Inc., Route I, Gravel Switch, Kentucky 40328, USA

Hibiscus tiliaceus
Central Silviculturist, Forest Research Institute and Colleges, P.O. New Forest, Dehra Dun 248 006, U.P., India

Department of Natural Resources, Forest Research Institute, College, Laguna 3720, Philippines

Forest Products Research Institute, University P.O. Box 63, Kumasi, Ghana

Institute of Tropical Forestry, P.O. Box AQ, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 00928, USA

Maesopsis eminii
Commonwealth Forestry Institute, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3RB, England, United Kingdom (J. Burley, H. C. Dawkins, R. A. Plumptre)

Director, Forestry Research Institute, Kepong, Selangor, Malaysia

Division of Forestry, Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry, and Veterinary Sciences, University of Dar es Salaam, P.O. Box 643, Morogoro, Tanzania

Hua Seng Lee, Silviculturist, Forest Research Section, Forestry Department, Badruddin Road, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

I. A. Odero, Deputy Director, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, P.O. Box 74, Kikuyu, Kenya

Senior Silviculturist, Forest Research Centre, P.O. Box 1752, Kampala, Uganda

Silviculturist, Forest Division, Silviculture Research Station, P.O. Box 95, Lushoto, Tanzania

Melaleuca quinquenervia
C. B. Briscoe, Agroforester, P.O. Box 18, Las Cumbres 15, Panama

T. F. Geary, USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, P.O. Box 938, Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936, USA (silviculture and utilization)

Directeur, Institut Senegalais de Recherches Agricoles, Centre National de Recherches Forestieres, Parc Forestier Hann, B.P. 2312, Dakar, Senegal

J. B. Huffman, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611, USA

Kuswata Kurtawinata, Head, Herbarium Borgoriense, LBN-LIPI, Jalan Raya Juanda 22-24, Bogor, Indonesia

J. Morton, Morton Collectanea, University of Miami, Box 248204, Coral Gables, Florida 33124, USA

Seed Section, CSIRO Division of Forest Research, P.O. Box 4008, Canberra, A.C.T. 2600, Australia

S. L. Woodall, USDA Forest Service, P.O. Box 05-279 Ft. Myers, Florida 33905, USA

Melia azedarach
Sa-ard Boonkird, Emeritus Instructor, College of Forestry, Kasetsart University, Bangkok 9, Thailand

C. B. Briscoe, Agroforester, P.O. Box 18, Las Cumbres 15, Panama

P. K. Khosla, Department of Forestry, Agriculture Complex, Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Nauni, Solan 173 230, H.P., India

Sompherm Kittinanda, Royal Forest Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Phaholyothin Road, Bangkok 9, Thailand

M. Kolar, Associate Director, Forest Department, Land Development Authority, P.O. Box 45, Kiriat Hayim, Israel (seed)

I. Nahal, Professor of Forestry and Ecology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Aleppo, Syria

M. I. Sheikh, Director General, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

Pinus caribaea
T. I. W. Bell, Principal Research Officer, Fiji Pine Commission, P.O. Box 521, Lautoka, Fiji

Robert M. Bennett, Principal Forest Officer, Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 129, Vila, Vanuatu, S.W. Pacific

C. B. Briscoe, Agroforester, P.O. Box 18, Las Cumbres 15, Panama

Chief Conservator of Forests, Forestry Division, M.A.F., Tower Hill, Freetown, Sierra Leone

Chief Forest Officer, Ministry of Natural Resources, Belmopan, Belize

Commonwealth Forestry Institute, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3RD, England, United Kingdom (R. D. Barnes, J. Burley, R. A. Plumptre, P. J. Wood)

William Dvorak, Director, CAMCORE Cooperative, North Carolina State University, P.O. Box 5988 Raleigh, North Carolina 27650, USA

Carl M. Gallegos, Senior Research Forester, Central and South American Species, International Paper Company, Mobile, Alabama 36601, USA

INDERENA, Apartado Aereo 51912, Bogota, D.E. 2, Colombia

Hua Seng Lee, Silviculturist, Forest Research Section, Forestry Department, Badruddin Road, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

Jose A. Lewald, Silviculturist, Seed Export, P.O. Box 543, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Harry E. Murphy, RF/ACF, Resource Management Service, Inc., P.O. Box 43388, Birmingham, Alabama 35243, USA

D. R. Quaile, Eucalpyt Tree Breeder, Forest Research Centre, P.O. Box HG 595, Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe

Senior Forestry Research Officer, Forest Research Institute of Malawi, P.O. Box 270, Zomba, Malawi

Jose Rodolfo Salazar, Celulosa de Turrialba, S.A., Ap 17, Turrialba, Costa Rica

Roy Voss, c/o Tropical Reforestation Enterprises, Rt. 3, Box 434, Alachua, Florida 32615, USA

Populus euphratica
Forestry Research Station, Charia Omar Ibn El Khattab, B.P. 763, Rabat (Agdal), Morocco

R. N. Kaul, Director of Forestry Research and Central Silviculturist, Forest Research Institute and Colleges, P.O. New Forest, Dehra Dun 248 006, U.P., India

P. S. Kaushal Asst. Professor of Forestry, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, Punjab 141004, India

P. K. Khosla, Department of Forestry, Agricultural Complex, Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Nauni, Solan 173 230, H.P., India

1. Nahal, Professor of Forestry and Ecology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Aleppo, Aleppo, Syria

1. A. Odero, Deputy Director, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, P.O. Box 74, Kikuyu, Kenya, Salahadin University, College of Agriculture, Aski-Kalak, Arbil, Iraq (Latif Al-Najjar)

K. M. Siddiqui, Director, Forest Products Research Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

Poplar and Fast Growing Exotic Forest Trees Research Institute, Izmit, Turkey

Psidium guajava
C. B. Briscoe, Agroforester, P.O. Box 18, Las Cumbres 15, Panama

Carl W. Campbell, University of Florida, IFAS, AREC, 18905 S.W. 280th St., Homestead, Florida 33031, USA (fruit production)

Centro Agronomico Tropical de Investigacion y Ensenanze (CATIE), Turrialba, Costa Rica

C. Leng Chia, Extension Specialist, Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii, 3190 Maile Way, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, USA

Director of Forestry, Federal Department of Forestry, PMB #5011, Ibadan, Nigeria

M. Kolar, Associate Director, Forest Department, Land Development Authority, P.O. Box 45, Kiriat Hayim, Israel (seed)

J. C. Okafor, Forestry Investigation Unit, No. 2 Works Road, Enugu, Nigeria

Robinia pseudoacacia
Stanley B. Carpenter, Department of Forestry, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078, USA

Valeriu Enescu, Institutul de Cercetari si Amenajari Silvice (ICAS), R-72904, Bucuresti, Sector 2, SOS, Stefanesti, Romania

D. H. Graves, Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40546, USA

James Hanover, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824, USA

Sin Kyu Hyun, Institute of Forest Genetics, Suwon, P.O. Box 24, Kyunggido, South Korea

Peter Jaciw, Ministry of Natural Resources, Maple, Ontario, Canada L0J 1E0

B. Keresztesi, Forest Research Institute, H-1024 Budapest, Frankel Leo U. 42-44, Hungary

P. K Khosla, Department of Forestry, Agricultural Complex, Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Nauni, Solan 173 230, H.P., India

Chung Suk Kim, Department of Biology, College of Natural Sciences, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Cyeongnam 620, South Korea

Jorge A. Lopez, Director, Forest Seeds Center, National Forestry Corporation, Constitucion 291 Casilla 5, Chillan, Chile

1. Nahal, Professor of Forestry and Ecology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Aleppo, Aleppo, Syria

David H. Scanlon 111, Tennessee Valley Authority, Division of Land and Forest Resources, Norris, Tennessee 37828, USA

K. M. Siddiqui, Director, Forest Products Research Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

Willis C. Vogel, Range Scientist, USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Berea, Kentucky 40403, USA

Gregory Williams, Appalachian Regional Office, International Tree Crops Institute U.S.A., Inc., Route I, Gravel Switch, Kentucky 40328, USA

Sapium sebiferum
Center for Development Technology, Washington University, Campus Box 1106, St. Louis, Missouri 63130, USA (H. M. Draper, E. B. Shultz, Jr.)

Department of Biology, University of Houston, Houston, Texas 77004, USA (G. N. Cameron, J. R. Cowles, H. W. Scheld)

Department of Biology, University of Houston at Clear Lake City, Houston, Texas 77058, USA (N. B. Bell)

C. R. Engler, Food Protein Research and Development Center, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas 77843, USA

Ta-Wei Hu, Division of Silviculture, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, 53 Nan-Hai Road, Taipei, Taiwan

P. K Khosla, Department of Forestry, Agricultural Complex, Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Nauni, Solan 173 230, H.P., India

A. D. Krikorian, Department of Biochemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York 11794, USA

S. L. Mathieu, Center for Development Technology, Washington University, Campus Box 1106, St. Louis, Missouri 63130, USA

K. M. Siddiqui, Director, Forest Products Research Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pashawar,

Sesbania sesban
Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal 132 001, India (1. P. A. Abrol, R. Chhabra)

Department of Botany, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan (1. Ahmad, Rab Nawaz, Khan Niazi)

Director, National Agricultural Research Centre, P.O. National Institute of Health, Islamabad, Pakistan

D. O. Evans, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, 3190 Maile Way, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, USA

K. M. Siddiqui, Director, Forest Products Research

Division, Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

Tarchonanthus camphoratus
A. Gubb, McGregor Museum, P.O. Box 316, Kimberley, 8300 South Africa

Mark Gandar, Institute of Natural Resources, University of Natal, P.O. Box 375, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 South Africa.

Anthony V. Hall, Associate Professor, Bolus Herbarium, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, 7700 South Africa

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