International Trials of Acacia and Prosopis: Overview of results

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The following documents have been referred to in the introduction to the reports, and in the individual trial reports.

Afifi, A.A. & Clark, V. (1996): Computer-aided multivariate analysis. Chapman & Hall, London, 3rd ed., 455 pp.

Armitage, F.B., Joustra, P.A. and Ben Salem, B. (1980): Genetic Resources of Tree Species in Arid and Semi-arid Areas. A survey for the imropvement of rural living in Latin America, Africa, India and Southwest Asia. FAO 119pp

Boland, D.J., Pinyopusarerk, K., McDonald, M.W., Jovanovic, T. & Booth, T.H. (1990): The habitat of Acacia auriculiformis and probable factors associated with its distribution. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 3: 159-180

Brown, K. (no date): An ecophysiological study of Prosopis cineraria in the Wahiba Sands, with reference to its suitability as a multi-purpose tree for reafforestation in Oman. Unpublished report, University of Durham.

Burkart, A. (1976): A monograph of the genus Prosopis (Leguminosae subfam. mimosoideae). Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 57, 450-525.

Burley, J. & Wood, P.J. (1976): A manual on species and provenance research with particular reference to the tropics. Tropical Forestry Papers 10, Dept. of Forestry, Commonwealth Forestry Institute, University of Oxford, 226 pp.

Chatfield, C. & Collins, A.J. (1980): Introduction to multivariate analysis. Chapman and Hall, London.

CNSF (1999): Data from the climate station in Gonsé, Burkina Faso. Unpublished.

Cochran, W.G. & Cox, G.M. (1957): Experimental Designs. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 611 pp.

DFSC (1994-): Preliminary assessment reports – Trials nos. 1 - 26. Danida Forest Seed Centre.

Draper, N. & Smith, H. (1981): Applied regression analysis, second edition. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 709 pp.

Dwivedi, A.P. (1993): Babul (Acacia nilotica) – a multipurpose tree of dry areas. Milton Book Company, Dehradun, India, 226 pp.

Fagg, C.W. & Barnes, R.D. (1990): African Acacias: Study and acquisition of the genetic resources. Final report, ODA Research Scheme R.4348, Oxford Forestry Institute, UK. 170 pp.

Fagg, C.W. & Greaves, A. (1990a): Acacia nilotica. Annotated bibliography no. F42. CAB International, 77 pp.

Fagg, C.W. & Greaves, A. (1990b): Acacia tortilis. Annotated bibliography no. F41. CAB International, 36 pp.

Falconer, D. S. & Mackay, T.F.C. (1996): Introduction to quantitative genetics. 4th edition, Longman, UK, 464 pp.

FAO (1985): Agroclimatological data, Latin America and the Caribbean. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.

Ffolliott, P.F. & Thames, J.L. (1983): Handbook on taxonomy of Prosopis in Mexico, Peru and Chile. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 31 pp.

Graudal, L. et al. (2003) Introduction to the Evaluation of an International Series of Field Trials of Arid and Semi-arid Zone Arboreal Species'. Danida Forest Seed Centre, Humlebæk, Denmark

Graudal, L. et al. (in prep.): Biomass regressions for some species of Acacia and Prosopis.

Hall, N., Turnbull, J.W. and Doran, J.C. (1979): Acacia aneura F. Muell. ex Benth. Australian Acacias no. 7, CSIRO Forest research, 2 pp.

Hall, N., Turnbull, J.W. and Doran, J.C. (1980a): Acacia auriculiformis A. Cunn. ex Benth. Australian Acacias no. 8, CSIRO Forest research, 2 pp.

Hall, N., Turnbull, J.W. and Martensz, P.N. (1980b): Acacia mangium Willd. Australian Acacias no. 9, CSIRO Forest research, 2 pp.

Hanson, J.H. (1992): Extractive economies in a historical perspective: Gum Arabic in West Africa. Advances in Economic Botany 9: 107-114.

Holm, S. (1979): A simple sequentially rejective multiple test procedure. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 6: 65-70.

Hussain, R.W. (no date): Performance of tree seedlots of different genetic resources in arid areas of Pakistan. Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, 23 pp.

Kjær, E.D. & Lauridsen, E.B. (1996): Results from a second evaluation of DFSC co-ordinated teak (Tectona grandis) provenance trials: has new information been obtained? In: Dieters, M.J., Matheson, A.C., Nikles, D.G., Harwood, C.E. & Walker, S.M. (eds.): Tree Improvement for Sustainable Tropical Forestry. Proc. QFRI-IUFRO Conf., Caloundra, Queensland, Australia, 154-157.

Kjær, E.D.  & Siegismund, H.R. (1996): Allozyme diversity in two Tanzanian and two Nicaraguan landraces of teak (Tectona grandis L.). Forest Genetics 3: 45-52.

Leakey, R.R.B. & Last, F.T. (1978): Biology and potential of Prosopis species in areid environments, with particular reference to P. cineraria. Unpublished review, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Midlothian, Scotland, 43 pp.

Littell, R.C., Milliken, G.A., Stroup, W.W., Wolfinger, R.D. (1996): SAS â  System for mixed models. SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, 633 pp.

National Research Council (1983): Mangium and other Acacias for the humid tropics. National Academy Press, Washington, 62 pp.

Nygård, R.  Elfving, B. (2000): Stem basic density and bark proportion of 45 woody species in young savanna coppice forests in Burkina Faso. Ann. For. Sci. 57, 143-153.

Pasiecznik, N.M., Felker, P., Harris, P.J.C., Harsh, L.N., Cruz, G., Tewari, J.C., Cadoret, K. & Maldonado, L.J. (2001): The Prosopis juliflora – Prosopis pallida complex: A monograph. HDRA, Coventry, UK, 162 pp.

Pedersen, B.O. (1980): A note on the genus Prosopis. The International Tree Crops Journal 1: 113-123.

Pélissier, P. (ed.) (1981): Atlas du Sénégal. Les Editions Jeune Afrique, Paris, 72 pp.

Pigeonnière, A.L. & Jomni, S. (eds.) (1998): Atlas du Burkina Faso. Les Editions Jeune Afrique, Paris, 62 pp.

Pinyopusarerk, K. (1990): Acacia auriculiformis: an annotated bibliography. Winrock International Institute of Agricultural Development / Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.154 pp.

Ross, J.H. (1979): A conspectus of the African Acacia species. Memoirs of the Botanical Survey of South Africa, 44, 155 pp.

Ræbild, A., Hansen, C.P. & Kjær, E.D. (2002): Statistical analysis of data from provenance trials. DFSC Guidelines and Technical Notes 63. Danida Forest Seed Centre, Humlebæk, Denmark.

SAS (1988a): SAS â  Procedures Guide, Release 6.03 Edition. SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, 441 pp.

SAS (1988b): SAS/STAT â  Users Guide, Release 6.03 Edition. SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, 1028 pp.

SAS (1991): SAS â  System for Statistical Graphics, First Edition. SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, 697 pp.

Sina, S. (1989): Synthèse des résultats de quelques travaux sur Acacia senegal effectués au Burkina Faso. In: SYGGA III: Troisième symposium sous regional sur le gommier et la gomme arabique, 25-28 Octobre 1988, Saint-Louis, Sénégal, p. 9-24.

Skovgaard, I.M. & Brockhoff (1998): Multivariate analysis and variance components. Lecture notes, Dept. of Mathematics and Physics, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, 41 pp.

Snedecor, G.W. & Cochran, W.G. (1980): Statistical methods. Iowa State University Press, 7th ed., 507 pp.

Turnbull, J.W. (1983): Six phyllodinous Acacia species for planting in the humid tropical lowlands. Paper to Symposium on Nitrogen Fixing Trees for the Tropics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19-24 September 1983, 5 pp.

von Maydell, H.-J. (1986): Trees and shrubs of the Sahel, Their characteristics and uses. TZ-Verlagsgesellschaft, Rossdorf, Germany. 525 pp.

Wellendorf, H., Werner, M. & Roulund, H. (1986): Deliniation of breeding zones and efficiency of late and early selection within and between zones. Forest Tree Improvement 19, 1-53.

White, F. (1981): Vegetation map of Africa. Unesco, Paris (3 maps).

White, T.L. & Hodge, G.R. (1989): Predicting breeding values with applications in forest tree improvement. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 367 pp.

Williams, E.R. & Matheson, A.C. (1994): Experimental Design and Analysis for Use in Tree Improvement. CSIRO, Australia, 174 pp