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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Application of Genetic Analyses to Native Plant Populations
Betsy Carroll
1997: Boise, ID
The National Forest Genetic Electrophoresis Laboratory (NFGEL) was created in 1988 as a national facility to assist resource managers in the USDA-Forest Service (FS). State-of-the-art research methods and technology are utilized to help managers answer questions related to genetic diversity and conservation of native plant populations, as well as monitoring tree improvement issues.
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