Michael Stoehr
Michael Stoehr
Tree Improvement Branch, BC Ministry of Forests
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Seed germination: mathematical representation and parameters extraction
YA El-Kassaby, I Moss, D Kolotelo, M Stoehr
Forest Science 54 (2), 220-227, 2008
Levels of genetic diversity at different stages of the domestication cycle of interior spruce in British Columbia
MU Stoehr, YA El-Kassaby
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 94, 83-90, 1997
Assisted migration to address climate change in British Columbia: recommendations for interim seed transfer standards. BC Min. For. Range, Res. Br., Victoria
GA O’neill, NK Ukrainetz, MR Carlson, CV Cartwright, BC Jaquish, ...
Forest Sci Branch. Tech Rep 48, 2008
Economic importance, breeding objectives and achievements
TJ Mullin, B Andersson, JC Bastien, J Beaulieu, RD Burdon, WS Dvorak, ...
Genetics, genomics and breeding of conifers, 40-127, 2011
Heritability and phenotypic and genetic correlations of coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) wood quality traits
NK Ukrainetz, KY Kang, SN Aitken, M Stoehr, SD Mansfield
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (6), 1536-1546, 2008
Application of a chloroplast DNA marker in seed orchard management evaluations of Douglas-fir
MU Stoehr, BL Orvar, TM Vo, JR Gawley, JE Webber, CH Newton
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (2), 187-195, 1998
Feeding by Leptoglossus occidentalis (Hemiptera: Coreidae) reduces seed set in lodgepole pine (Pinaceae)
WB Strong, SL Bates, MU Stoehr
The Canadian Entomologist 133 (6), 857-865, 2001
Genomic prediction accuracies in space and time for height and wood density of Douglas-fir using exome capture as the genotyping platform
FR Thistlethwaite, B Ratcliffe, J Klápště, I Porth, C Chen, MU Stoehr, ...
BMC genomics 18, 1-16, 2017
Evaluation of mating dynamics in a lodgepole pine seed orchard using chloroplast DNA markers
MU Stoehr, CH Newton
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (3), 469-476, 2002
Variation in biomass production, moisture content, and specific gravity in some North American willows (Salix L.)
A Mosseler, L Zsuffa, MU Stoehr, WA Kenney
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18 (12), 1535-1540, 1988
Ectomycorrhizal fungal maladaptation and growth reductions associated with assisted migration of D ouglas‐fir
JM Kranabetter, M Stoehr, GA O'Neill
New Phytologist 206 (3), 1135-1144, 2015
Protocol for rating seed orchard seedlots in British Columbia: quantifying genetic gain anddiversity
M Stoehr, J Webber, J Woods
Forestry 77 (4), 297-303, 2004
Parental environment aftereffects on germination, growth, and adaptive traits in selected white spruce families
MU Stoehr, SJ L'Hirondelle, WD Binder, JE Webber
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (3), 418-426, 1998
Seed production of western larch in seed-tree systems in the southern interior of British Columbia
MU Stoehr
Forest ecology and management 130 (1-3), 7-15, 2000
Quantifying safe seed transfer distance and impacts of tree breeding on adaptation
GA O’Neill, M Stoehr, B Jaquish
Forest Ecology and Management 328, 122-130, 2014
In situ wood quality assessment in Douglas-fir
YA El-Kassaby, S Mansfield, F Isik, M Stoehr
Tree Genetics & Genomes 7, 553-561, 2011
Divergence in ectomycorrhizal communities with foreign Douglas‐fir populations and implications for assisted migration
JM Kranabetter, MU Stoehr, GA O'Neill
Ecological Applications 22 (2), 550-560, 2012
Genomic selection of juvenile height across a single-generational gap in Douglas-fir
FR Thistlethwaite, B Ratcliffe, J Klápště, I Porth, C Chen, MU Stoehr, ...
Heredity 122 (6), 848-863, 2019
Trade-offs between growth and cold and drought hardiness in submaritime Douglas-fir
N Darychuk, BJ Hawkins, M Stoehr
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42 (8), 1530-1541, 2012
Induction of haploids in Populus maximowiczii via embryogenic callus
MU Stoehr, L Zsuffa
Plant cell, tissue and organ culture 23, 49-58, 1990
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