Genetic differentiation of the Western Capercaillie highlights the importance of South-Eastern Europe for understanding the species phylogeographyMarko Bajc
, Miran Čas
, Dalibor Ballian
, S. Kunovac
, Goran Zubić
, Marijan Grubešić
, Petr Zhelev
, Ladislav Paule
, Tine Grebenc
, Hojka Kraigher
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Morphological traits of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in international provenance tests in Bosnia and HerzegovinaMirzeta Memišević Hodžić
, Semir Bejtić
, Selma Vejzagić
, Dalibor Ballian
Povzetek: Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) is one of the most important tree species in European forests. This study aims to determine whether there is inter-provenance variability in researched morphological traits in two international provenance tests of Scots pine in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We measured height, root collar diameter, and latest shoot length and counted branches on the latest branch whorl of Scots pine plants in two provenance tests. The provenance tests are located in Kupres and Žepče, in different climatic, edaphic, and orographic conditions. Kupres and Žepče contain 15 and 14 provenances, respectively, eleven of which are mutual to both sites. Descriptive statistics and analysis of variance showed differences among provenances in all investigated morphological traits. These differences were attributable to provenance test, provenance, and interaction between provenance test and provenance. The average values were higher in Žepče for all provenances and all studied traits. The Austria A1, Austria A2, Austria A3, and Poland P1 provenances showed the best growth in both tests, while the Italy I1 provenance showed good growth in Žepče but not in Kupres.
Ključne besede: Scots pine, provenance tests, morphological traits, Pinus sylvestris L.
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