Tag Archives: Eucalyptus camaldulensis

VERIFICATION OF INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDS BETWEEN Eucalyptus camaldulensis AND Eucalyptus urophylla USING DNA FINGERPRINTING

DNA fingerprinting was applied to identify  50 interspecific hybrids between Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Eucalyptus urophylla.  The results showed that 15 primers could be used to identify  these interspecific hybrids and also confirmed the true hybrids between E. comaldulensis (T5 clone)  and  E. urophylla (Uro-M clone).  Result of both morphology, leaf shape, young shoot colour and crown shape, and DNA fingerprints ... Read More »

VERIFICATION OF INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDS BETWEEN Eucalyptus camaldulensis AND Eucalyptus urophylla USING DNA FINGERPRINTING

DNA fingerprinting was applied to identify  50 interspecific hybrids between Eucalyptus camaldulensis and Eucalyptus urophylla.  The results showed that 15 primers could be used to identify  these interspecific hybrids and also confirmed the true hybrids between E. comaldulensis (T5 clone)  and  E. urophylla (Uro-M clone).  Result of both morphology, leaf shape, young shoot colour and crown shape, and DNA fingerprints ... Read More »

Financial Return from Eucalypts Planted on Paddy Bunds

This research was carried out in Chachoengsao province and aimed to compare the financial return from three land uses: paddy field (PF), single-row planting of eucalypts (75 trees/rai) on a paddy bunds (OEP) and two-row planting of eucalypts (150 trees/rai) on a paddy bunds (TEP). The sample households who had planted the three crops were interviewed. Eucalypt trees from the ... Read More »

Radial Variation of Microfibril Angle and Cell Wall Thickness in Eucalyptus camaldulensis Clones

Five superior clones and seedling of Eucalyptus camaldulensis at Sakaew plantation site in the eastern part of Thailand were selected for determining radial variation of microfibril angle, cell wall thickness. Results revealed that microfibril angle across the radial gradient of every samples slightly decreased with fluctuation from pith to bark but on the other hand, cell wall thickness steadily increased ... Read More »