Written in English
Microfilm. Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1978. On 1 microfilm reel with other titles ; 35 mm. (Forestry, parks and conservation oral history collection ; no. 13).
|Statement||Gladys Austin ... [et al.] ; interviews conducted by Lois C. Stone.|
|Series||New York Times oral history program, Forestry, parks and conservation oral history collection ;, no. 13.|
|Contributions||Austin, Gladys., Stone, Lois Chambers.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 49703 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 147 leaves|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||84131851|
Topics: , , Austin, Lloyd James, California, Eddy, James G.,, Forest genetics, Forests and forestry, Institute of Forest Genetics (U.S.), Oral histories. and operated by the U.S. Forest Service since , the Institute's present function as a tree breeding research station is the same as that for which it was originally founded in by James G. Eddy. The Institute is characterized by its seven contributing vernacular frame buildings and two contributing rubble-stone buildings spatially. The Institute of Forest Genetics consists of 16 structures, a research nursery and an arboretum on acres of land. Only 73 acres of this facility are considered part of the National Register of Historic Places. The facility and land has been owned by the U.S. Forest Service since The purpose of the facility is the same as when it was founded in by James G. Eddy for which the. In , the Eddy Tree Breeding Station, later known as the Institute of Forest Genetics, was organized at Placerville, California, and started work on the genetics of pines. The first task was to accumulate as many species of pines as was physically possible, so that the genetic potential or variability within this genus could be fully.
In , he established a tree breeding station located at Placerville, California. Lloyd Austin was hired as the first director of the Eddy Tree Breeding Station (now known as the Institute of Forest Genetics), and quickly set about establishing an extensive arboretum of conifers. A report on the observance of International Day of Forests at Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore on ; Celebration of International Day of Forests to be held on 21st March - Free Entry during March for School College Students at Gass Forest Musuem at IFGTB, Coimbatore. The first Institute of Forest Tree Breeding was founded in the US; "Eddy Tree Breeding Station" was created in and located at Placerville in California. It focused mainly on hybridisation. In the plant breeder Herman Nilsson-Ehle detected that a giant aspen with big leaves was a triploid. Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education) P.B. No. , R.S. Puram P.O., Coimbatore, INDIA Institute of Forest Genetics & Tree Breeding Study Material.
The Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB) is a national Institute established in April under the Indian Council of Forestry Research (ICFR). A multi-faceted research Institute primarily aimed to carry out research to improve productivity of forest tree species through conventional breeding programmes and biotechnological. Employee of Eddy Tree Breeding Station: Institute of Forest Genetics, located in Placerville, California. Discusses his personal background and education; station founder James G. Eddy; perfecting pollination techniques; establishing the tree farm; the station during the Great Depression; staff members; working with the Civilian Conservation. Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Breeding. Research We are interested in population genetics and ecological genetics of forest organisms. The focus of our research is on molecular genetic approaches to study patterns of genetic variation in forest organisms. Main fields of research are: • Adaptation mechanisms and tree improvement at the. G. Eddy started the Eddy Tree Breeding Station (which later became the Institute of Forest Genetics) at Placerville, CA, in Although Chapman () identified the first natural southern pine hybrid [longleaf pine (P. palustris Mill.) x loblolly pine (P. taeda L.)], the history of southern tree .