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Strategic Business Plan & Framework
|2014 — 2017 Strategic Business Plan||2014 — 2017 Strategic Framework|
USFS Scientist First to Define Blister Rust Resistant Allele in Limber Pine
Limber pine (Pinus flexilis) is being threatened by the lethal disease white pine blister rust, expanding bark beetle pressure, and climate change in mountain environments. In a recent publication in the journal Phytopathology, Forest Service researchers report on the first of a series of studies using individual families to examine complete resistance to white pine blister rust and its inheritance in limber pine. Dr. Anna Schoettle and colleagues report that 14% of the 105 tested limber pine families show segregation of a disease-free trait consistent with inheritance by a single dominant gene. More about this research »
2013–2014 Research Accomplishments
The 2013—2014 annual report features photos and text of some of our most recent and ongoing studies, along with links to more detailed information.
Our research program serves the Forest Service as well as other federal and state agencies, international organizations, Tribes, academia, non-profit groups, and individuals. Research results and products are made available through a variety of technical reports, journals and other publications, and via web sites, webinars, seminars, symposia, demonstrations, exhibits and personal consultations.
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