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Vaishampayan, S.M.; Bahadur, A. 1983. Seasonal activity of adults of teak defoliator Hyblaea puera and teak skeletonizer Pyrausta machaeralis (Pyralidae: Lepidoptera) monitored light by trap catch. Insect interrelations in forest and agro ecosystems / edited by P.K. Sen-Sarma, S.K. Kulshrestha, S.K. Sangal. Publication: Dehra Dun, India : Jugal Kishore, Doc. Type: Book chapter

                  

Vasudevan, N.; Mahadevan, A. (Feb 1991). Degradation of lignin and lignin derivatives by Acinetobacter sp. The Journal of applied bacteriology. {Oxford : Blackwell Scientific Publications.}70, no. 2 p. 169-176.

 

Verinumbe, I.; Okali, D.U.U. (Aug 15, 1985):  The effect of coppiced teak regrowth on soil in a teak-maize agroforest.  Forest ecology and management. {Amsterdam : Elsevier.}12, no. 1 p.37-41

 

Verinumbe, I.; Okali, D.U.U.  (1985): The influence of coppiced teak (Tectona grandis L.F.) regrowth and roots on intercropped maize (Zea mays L.). Agroforestry systems. {Dordrecht : Martinus Nijhoff/W. Junk.}3, no. 4p. 381-386.

 

VIVEKANANDAN, K. (JAN/JUNE 1975) CONTROL OF COCKCHAFER GRUB [HOLOTRICHIA SERRATA] IN TEAK [TECTONA GRANDIS] NURSERY. SRI LANKA FOR 40-43.

 

VIVEKANANDAN, K. (JULY/DEC 1975): THE PRESENT STATUS OF TREE IMPROVEMENT WORK IN SRI LANKA [TECTONA GRANDIS, EUCALYPTUS AND PINUS]. : SRI LANKA FOR 95-100.

 

VYAS, L N.; GARG, R K.; VYAS, N L. (1976): LITTER PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT RELEASE IN DECIDUOUS FOREST OF BANSI, UDAIPUR,  INDIA [IN WHICH TECTONA GRANDIS DOMINATES THE COMMUNITY]. FLORA MORPHOL GEOBOT OEKOPHYSIOL 165, no. 2 103-111. REF.

 

Wang, P.S.; Tsao, Y.H.; Huang, L.S. June 1980. Stem tip culture of teak Tectona grandis in vitro. Chih wu Hsueh pao. = Acta botanica sinica. v. 22 (2) : p. 200-201. ill.

 

WATTERSTON, K (APR/JUNE 1971):GROWTH OF TEAK UNDER DIFFERENT EDAPHIC CONDITIONS IN LANCETILLA VALLEY, GHONDURAS. [TECTONA GRANDIS].  TURRIALBA 21, no. 2  222-225.

 

Weaver, Peter L.[1993] Tectona grandis L. f., Teak :Verbenaceae, verbena family Rio Piedras, PR : International Institute of Tropical Forestry, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service,

 

Whitehead, D.; Okali, D.U.U.; Fasehun, F.E. Aug 1981. Stomatal response to environmental variables in two tropical forest species Gmelina arborea, Tectona grandis during the dry season in Nigeria Ecologic aspects, transpiration rates. The Journal of applied ecology. v. 18 (2) : p. 571-587. ill.

 

Wong, C.N. July 1980. Plantation-grown teak (Tectona grandis) as sliced decorative veneer. The Malaysian forester. v. 43 (3) : p. 340-343.

 

Wu, S.H.; Chen, C.C.; Wang, T.H. May 1979.  Translated Title: A preliminary study on the teak Tectona grandis defoliator Pyrausta machaeralis Walker. K'un ch'ung hsueh pao. Acta entomologica sinica. . v. 22 (2) : p. 156-163. ill.                     

 

WYATT-SMITH, J.; LOWE, R G. (1973): HERITABILITY OF VIGOUR IN TECTONA GRANDIS. RES PAP FED REPUB NIGER, FED DEP FOR RES, FOR SER 11 7 p.

 

XKAMRA, K. -RAY RADIOGRAPHY OF TEAK SEED (TECTONA GRANDIS L.).

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Yadav, A.S.; Khare, P.K.; Mishra, G.P. (Oct/Dec 1986. ):Growth analysis and dry-matter production of seedlings of tropical dry deciduous forest tree  species of central India. 1. Teak--Tectona grandis Linn FJournal of tropical forestry. {Jabalpur, India : Society of Tropical Forestry  Scientists.}2, no. 4  p. 228-234.

 

Yadav, A.S.; Khare, P.K.; Mishra, G.P. June 1982. Growth performance of Tectona grandis Linn. F. seedlings in different pot culture media. Indian journal of forestry. v. 5 (2) : p. 86-89.

 

Yap, S.K.; Wong, S.M.  Jan 1983 Seed biology of Acacia mangium, Albizia falcataria, Eucalyptus spp., Gmelina arborea, Maesopsis eminii, Pinus caribaea and Tectona grandis [Malaysia].  The Malaysian forester.. v. 46 (1) : p. 26-45

 

Zainal, A.S. June 1982. The Dhows of Kuwait: conservation of a tradition part. I. Construction of the ship Teak (Tectona grandis). Journal of the Institute of Wood Science. v. 9 (3) : p. 139-144. ill.

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