Richard F. Kopp, Ph.D.

2000 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Genetics, Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture
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Lawrence B. Smart grad student 2000 SUNY ESF
 (Genetic improvement of Salix using traditional breeding and AFLP fingerprinting.)
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Cameron KD, Phillips IS, Kopp RF, et al. (2008) Quantitative Genetics of Traits Indicative of Biomass Production and Heterosis in 34 Full-sib F1 Salix eriocephala Families Bioenergy Research. 1: 80-90
Lin J, Gunter LE, Harding SA, et al. (2007) Development of AFLP and RAPD markers linked to a locus associated with twisted growth in corkscrew willow (Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa'). Tree Physiology. 27: 1575-83
Gunter LE, Kopp RF, McCord RP, et al. (2003) Analysis of sex-linked, sequence-characterized amplified region markers in Salix eriocephala Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 33: 1785-1790
Kopp RF, Maynard CA, Rocha de Niella P, et al. (2002) Collection and storage of pollen from Salix (Salicaceae). American Journal of Botany. 89: 248-52
Kopp RF, Smart LB, Maynard CA, et al. (2002) Predicting within-family variability in juvenile height growth of Salix based upon similarity among parental AFLP fingerprints. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 105: 106-112
Kopp RF, Smart LB, Maynard CA, et al. (2001) The development of improved willow clones for eastern North America The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 287-292
Kopp RF, Abrahamson LP, White EH, et al. (1997) Cutting cycle and spacing effects on biomass production by a willow clone in New York Biomass and Bioenergy. 12: 313-319
Kopp RF, Abrahamson LP, White EH, et al. (1996) Woodgrass spacing and fertilization effects on wood biomass production by a willow clone Biomass and Bioenergy. 11: 451-457
Kopp RF, White EH, Abrahamson LP, et al. (1993) Willow biomass trials in Central New York State Biomass and Bioenergy. 5: 179-187
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