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Abolarin, D.A.O.(1989): Variations in pith eccentricity and ring width in teak (Tectona grandis L.FAkachuku, A.E.;  Trees : structure and function. {Berlin : Springer International.}3, no. 2 p.111-116

 

Adegbeihn, J.O. June 1982. Preliminary results of the effects of spacings on the growth and yield of Tectona grandis Linn. F. Teak, India. The Indian forester. v. 108 (6) : p. 423-430

 

ADYALKAR, P G. (AUG 20, 1973) HYDROGEOLOGICAL CONTROL FOR TEAK AND SAL VEGETATION IN PARTS OF MAHARASHTRA AND MADHYA PRADESH. [TECTONA GRANDIS, SHOREA ROBUSTA]. CURR SCI 42, no. 16 556-558. REF.

 

Aguinaldo, A.M.; Ocampo, O.P.M.; Bowden, B.F., et. al. (July 1993):  Tectograndone, an anthraquinone-naphthoquinone pigment from the leaves of Tectona grandis. Phytochemistry. {Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press,1961-}33, no. 4 p. 933-935.

 

AGUILAR MOLINA, C A. Translated Title: OBSERVATIONS OF [SOIL] EROSION IN TEAK (TECTONA GRANDIS) PLANTATIONS [EL SALVADOR].  SIADES SOC ING AGRON EL SALV 6, no. 1 (JULY 1977): 2-4, 6-10

 

Al-Osta, M.L.; Badran, O.A.; Ajoung, M.A. (1982): Within-tree variation in some properties of tropical hardwoods.  Journal of the College of Agriculture, King Saud University. {Riyadh, Saudi Arabia : University Libraries, King Saud University.}4 p. 69-82

 

Amakiri, M.A.; Koranteng, F.A. (1982/1983). Impact of agroforestry practice on the soil physical, chemical, and microbial properties. East African agricultural and forestry journal. {Nairobi : Kenya Agricultural Research Institute.}48, no. 1/4 p. 56-60.

 

Amakiri, M.A. Woke, C.E. (Apr 1980) Effect of burning soil chemical and microbial properties of a teak plantation. East African agricultural and forestry journal. {Nairobi : Kenya Agricultural Research Institute.}45, no. 4 p. 304-307

 

Amponsah, G.I.; Meyer, W.L.; Murchison, H.G.  (May 2000): sampling size estimates for soils under teak (Tectona grandis Linn. F) plantations and natural forests in Ashanti Region, Ghana.  Canadian journal of soil science. {Ottawa : Agricultural Institute of Canada, 1957-}80, no. 2 p. 327-336

 

Amponsah, I.; Meyer, W. (2000): Soil characteristics in teak plantations and natural forests in Ashanti region, Ghana. Communications in soil science and plant analysis. {Monticello, N.Y. : Marcel Dekker Inc.}31, no. 3/4 p. 355-373.

 

Ansari, S.A.; Sharma, S.; Pant, N.C. et al. (2002): Synergism between IBA and thiamine for induction and growth of adventitious roots in Tectona grandis Journal of sustainable forestry 15, no. 4 p. 99-112

 

ARIFIN, ZAINAL. PENGANGKUTAN KAYU JATI MELALUI JALAN REL DI JAWA = TEAK WOOD (TECTONA GRANDIS L.F.) TRANSPORTATION BY RAIL ROAD IN JAVA /. BOGOR : LEMBAGA PENELITIAN HASIL HUTAN, DIREKTORAT JENDERAL KEHUTANAN, DEPARTEMEN PERTANIAN,

 

Aung, U.M. Mar 1979. Some aspects of artificial regeneration in Burma with particular reference to teak (Tectonagrandis Linn f.) and Eucalyptus spp.  Tropical agriculture research series. (12) : p. 89-95. ill.

 

Badejo, S.O.O. (1989):  Influences of pre-treatment temperature and additive concentration on the properties of cement-bonded particleboard from plantation-grown tropical hardwoods Tropical science. {London : Cole and Whurr Ltd.}29, no. 4 p. 285-296

 

Balagopalan, M.; Jose, A.I. (Dec 1982) Dynamics of organic carbon and different forms of nitrogen under first and second rotation teak plantations of Kerala. Agricultural research journal of Kerala. {Kerala : Kerala Agricultural University.}20, no. pt.2 p. 92-97.

 

Balagopalan, M.; Jose, A.I. (Dec 1982) Distribution of organic carbon and forms of nitrogen in soil under mahogany and teak. Agricultural research journal of Kerala. {Kerala : Kerala Agricultural University.}20, no. pt.2 p. 16-21.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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