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Prasad, R.; Jalil, P. (July/Sept 1986. ):  Emptiness in teak fruits from different areas of Madhya Pradesh. Journal of tropical forestry. {Jabalpur, India : Society of Tropical Forestry Scientists.}2, no. 3  p. 207-212

 

Prasad, R.; Mishra, G.P. (June 1985): Litter productivity of dry deciduous teak forest stands of Sagar (Madhya Pradesh).  The Indian forester. {Dehra Dun : N.M. Misra.}111, no. 6  p. 359-367

 

Prasad, R.; Mishra, G.P. (Aug 1984): Standing biomass of various plant parts in selected tree species of dry deciduous teak forest in M.P.  The Indian forester. {Dehra Dun : N.K. Mathur.}110, no. 8 p. 765-782.

 

Prasad, R.; Mishra, G.P. (Sept 1984): Studies on root system of important tree species in dry deciduous teak forests of Sagar (M.P.).  Indian journal of forestry. {Dehra Dun : G.S. Gahlot.}7, no. 3 p. 171-177.

 

Prasad, R. (July/Sept 1987. ): Technological planning vis-a-vis teak plantations: a case study of Kesla Project, Hoshangabad: Journal of tropical forestry. {Jabalpur, India : Society of Tropical Forestry Scientists.}3, no. 3 p. 198-206

 

Priya, P.B.; Bhat, K.M. (Aug 26, 1998): False ring formation in teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) and the influence of environmental factors Forest ecology and management. {Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Elsevier Science.}108, no. 3  p. 215-222.

 

Rajan, S.K.; Reddy, B.J.D.; Bagyaraj, D.J. (Feb 10, 2000). Screening of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi for their symbiotic efficiency with Tectona grandis. Forest ecology and management. {Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Elsevier Science.}126, no. 2 p. 91-95

 

Rajput, S.S.; Shukla, N.K.; Sharma, R.R. Oct 1983. Some studies on the comparison of strength of sapwood and heartwood of Teak and Kokko [Tectona grandis, Albizia lebbeck]. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India. v. 29 (4) :

 

Rajput, K.S.; Rao, K.S. (Dec 29, 1998). Seasonal anatomy of secondary phloem of teak (Tectona grandis L. Verbenaceae) growing in dry and moist deciduous forests. Phyton. {Horn, Austria : F. Berger, 1948-}38, no. 2 p. 251-258.

 

Rahman, M.F.; Jairajpuri, M.S.; Ahmad, W., et. al. (Dec 1986). Three new species of dorylaim nematodes from the northeastern region of India. Indian journal of nematology. {New Delhi : Nematological Society of India.}16, no. 2 p. 197-204.

 

Rao, K.S.; Dave, Y.S. (1985): Developmental changes in the fusiform cambial cells of some tropical trees.  Flora : Morphologie, Geobotanik, Oekophysiologie. {Jena, E. Ger. : Gustav Fischer.}177, no. 3/4 p. 187-194.

 

Rao, K.S.; Dave, Y.S.1984 Occurrence of crystals in vascular cambium [Tectona grandis, Gmelina arborea]. : Protoplasma. . v. 119 (3) : p. 219-221. ill.

 

Rao, K.S.; Dave, Y.S. Mar 1983. Ultrastructure of active and dormant cambial cells in teak (Tectona grandis L.f). The New phytologist. v. 93 (3) : p. 447-456. ill.

 

Rao, C.J.M.; Patel, J.D. 1983. Histochemistry of lipids in reaction wood of three agniosperm trees [Samanea saman, Cassia siamea, Tectona grandis]. Flora : Morphologie, Geobotanik, Oekophysiologie.. v. 174 (1/2) : p. 145-151. ill.

 

Ramam, S.S. (June 1984): Trends of nutrient concentration, storage and uptake by forest trees. Indian journal of forestry. {Dehra Dun : G.S. Gahlot.}7, no. 2 p. 93-102.

 

Reddy, V.A.; Reddy, M.R. (Sept 1984) Utilization of fallen dry teak leaves (Tectona grandis) as roughage source in complete pelleted rations of sheep. The Indian journal of animal sciences. {New Delhi : Indian Council of Agricultural Research.}54, no. 9: p. 843-848.

 

Reogh, R.M. 1979. Does teak have a future in tropical America? A survey of Tectona grandis in the Caribbean, Central America, Venezuela and Colombia. Unasylva. v. 31 (126) : p. 13-19. ill

 

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Ross, P. 1961. The plant ecology of the teak plantations in Trinidad. Ecol. 42(2):387-398

 

Ross, P. 1959. Teak in Trinidad. Economic Botany 13(1):30-40

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