Quercus petraea and Quercus robur: Recent Genetic Research
Dr. Gösta Eriksson, professor emeritus, has been a professor in Forest Genetics and in Progeny Testing at the Swedish University for Agricultural Sciences (SLU) since 1971 and elected member of The Royal Academy for Forestry and Agriculture (KSLA) since 1981. Besides domestic teaching duties, he was one of four main lecturers for international courses on forest tree gene conservation organized by EUFORGEN and the Federal Forest Research Centre in Austria, and has been an invited guest lecturer in most western European countries as well as Canada, China, Japan, and the USA.
In his extensive scientific opus there are also three books on recent genetic research in Picea abies, Pinus sylvestris, Betula pendula & B. pubescens. His most recent take on Quercus genetics titled: “Quercus petraea and Quercus robur: recent genetic research« was published with the help of Silva Slovenica publishing centre and EUFORINNO project. The full text is available for reading & download at the Open Access repository SciVie.
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