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Ding, M.H. Feb 1982 Translated Title: Study on the annual growth of young teak, Tectona grandis in relation to the temperature and moisture in Jiangengling Mountain, Hainan Island China. Lin yeh k'o hsueh = Scientia silvae sinicae. . v. 18 (1) : p. 85-92.

 

Dnyansagar, V.R.; Kothekar, V.S. June 1982. Problem of teak seed germination Tectona grandis. Indian journal of forestry. v. 5 (2) : p. 94-98. ill.

 

Don-Pedro, K.N. Natural resistance of some Nigerian timber species to Amitermes evuncifer Silvestri (Isoptera) [Damage and resistance of Nesogordonia papaverifera, Afzelia sp., Tectona grandis, Gossweillerodendron balsamiferum].  Revue de zoologie africaine. Sept 30, 1983. v. 97 (3) : p. 647-652

 

Doo, Saw C. A preliminary investigation of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. f.) stain and possible control measures publication: Yezin, Burma : Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Forest Dept., Forest Research Institute, 1986.

 

Drechsel P. (1992): Beziehungen zwischen Standort, Ernährungszustand und Wuchsleistung von Teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) im humiden Westafrika. Bayreuther Bodenkundliche Berichte 31. 252 pp

 

Egenti, L.C. Aspects of pollination ecology of teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) in Nigeria : pollinators and fruit production. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Flowering Physiology at the XVII IUFRO World Congress, Kyoto, Japan, 1981 / [Edited by Stanley L. Krugman and Masaki Katsuta]. Publication: [S.l. : s.n., 1981?].

 

Egenti, L.C. Aspects of pollination ecology of teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) in Nigeria : viability of reproductive units. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Flowering Physiology at the XVII IUFRO World Congress, Kyoto, Japan, 1981 / [Edited by Stanley L. Krugman and Masaki Katsuta]. Publication: [S.l. : s.n., 1981?].

 

Egenti, L.C.Aspects of pollination ecology of teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) in Nigeria : flowering and insect dynamics In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Flowering Physiology at the XVII IUFRO World Congress, Kyoto, Japan, 1981 / [Edited by Stanley L. Krugman and Masaki Katsuta]. Publication: [S.l. : s.n., 1981?].

 

Egenti, L.C. 1978: Pollen and stigma viability in teak (Tectona grandis L.f.). Silvae genetica v. 27 (1) : p. 29-32. ill. Doc. Type: Article

 

EGUNJOBI, J K. (1974): LITTER FALL AND MINERALIZATION IN A TEAK TECTONA GRANDIS STAND.  OIKOS, ACTA OECOL SCAND 25, no. 2 222-226. REF.

 

El-Osta, M.L.M.; Badran, O.A.; Ajoung, E.M.A. Apr 1981. Crushing strength of three Sudanese tropical hardwoods in relation to specific gravity, extractive and lignin contents Khaya grandifoliola, Tectona grandis, Isoberlinia doka. Wood science. v. 13 (4) : p. 225-232. ill.

Fagbenro, J.A.; Agboola, A.A. (1993). Effect of different levels of humic acid on the growth and nutrient uptake of teak seedlings. Journal of plant nutrition. {New York, N.Y. : Marcel Dekker.}16, no. 8 p.1465-1483.

 

Gajaseni, J.; Jordan, C.F. (June 1990): Decline of teak yield in northern Thailand: effects of selective logging on forest structure  Biotropica. {St. Louis, Mo. : Association for Tropical Biology.}22, no. 2 p. 114-118

 

 Gangopadhyay, G.; Das, S.; Mitra, S.K. et al. (Mar 2002):  Enhanced rate of multiplication and rooting through the use of coir in aseptic liquid culture media. Plant cell, tissue and organ culture. {Dordrecht, The Netherlands :Kluwer Academic Publishers.}68, no. 3 p. 301-310

 

GARCIA C, J R. (JAN/DEC 1973 (PUB 1975)) APPLICATION OF INTERMEDIATE FELLINGS IN TECTONA GRANDIS PARCELS LOCATED IN ARAURE-ACARIGUA [FOREST IMPROVEMENT CUTTING]. REV FOR VENEZ 16, no. 23 67-82. REF.

 

Ghouse, A.K.M.; Khan, F.A.; Salahuddin, M. et al. (June 1984): Effect of air pollution on wood formation in Tectona grandis.  Indian journal of botany. {Hyderabad : S. Krishnamurthy.}7,  no. 1 p. 84-86

 

GHOUSE, A K M.; KHAN, M I H.; KHAN, MRS S. (JUNE 1977) FURTHER STUDIES ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF SCLEREIDS IN TECTONA GRANDIS L. ACTA BOT INDICA 5, no. 1 81-82.

 

Girolkar, A.K.; Naik, M.L. (July/Sept 1987. ): Nutrients return via leaf litter at the two forest sites of Raigarh forest division.  Comparative physiology and ecology. {Jodhpur : Premier Publication.}12, no. 3 p. 124-130

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