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Scientific References to Hazel

Hazel on rocky slope

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AliNiazee, M. T. (1998) Ecology and management of hazelnut pests. Annual Review of Entomology, 43, 395-419.

Bingelli, P and Rushton, B. S. (1985) A management oriented study of the birch-rowan-hazel woodland at Murlough Bay, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Irish Forestry, 42, 16-32.

Colebrook, J. (1999) The Ecology of Hazel (Corylus avellana L.) in Glen Affric. Honours degree dissertation. University of Edinburgh.

Coppins, A.M. and Coppins, B.J. (1997) Ballachuan Hazelwood, Argyll Main (VC 98): Lichen Survey. Report to Scottish Wildlife Trust, Edinburgh, 63 pp.

Coppins, A.M. and Coppins, B.J. (2000a) Ballachuan Hazelwood, SWT Reserve, Argyll Main (VC 98): Lichen Survey II. Report to Scottish Wildlife Trust, Edinburgh, 127 pp.

Coppins, A.M. and Coppins, B.J. (2000b) Mull: investigation of selected hazelwoods for three BAP species: the lichens Athothelium macounii and Graphis alboscripta and the fungus Hypocrepsis rhododendri. Report to Scottish Natural Heritage, Edinburgh and Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, 111pp.

Coppins, A.M., Coppins, B.J. and Quelch, P. (2002) Atlantic hazelwoods. Some observations on the ecology of this neglected habitat from a lichenological perspective. British Wildlife, 14 (1), 17-26.

Ferrari,M., Gori,M., Monnanni,R., Biuatti,M., Scarascia Mugnozza,G,T., De Pac,C. DNA Fingerprinting of Corylus avellana L. Accessions revealed by AFLP molecular markers. ISHS Acta Horticulturae 686: VI International Congress on Hazelnut

Geyer, B. (2001) Report on Hazel Woodland Management. Report to Scottish Native Woods, Aberfeldy (Perthshire).

Gilbert, O. L. (1984) Some effects of disturbance on the lichen flora of oceanic hazel woodland. Lichenologist, 16, 21-30.

HÊggstrˆm, C.A. (2000) The age and size of hazel (Corylus avellana L.) stools of NÂtˆ Island, ≈land Islands, SW Finland. In: Agnoletti, M. and Anderson, S. (eds) Methods and Approaches in Foreset History, IUFRO Research series no 3, CAB International: Walliingford, 47-57

Howe, J. (1995) Hazel Coppice; Past, present and future. Hampshire County Council, Winchester.

Jamieson, S. (2001) GIS-based potential distribution mapping of Corylus avellana (hazel) in Glen Affric. Honours degree dissertation, University of Leeds.

Kollman, J. and Schill, H. P. (1996) Spatial patterns of dispersal, seed predation and germination during colonisation of abandoned grassland by Quercus petraea and Corylus avellana. Vegetatio, 125 (2), 193-205.

Lorrain-Smith, R. (1997) Economic Aspects of Hazel Coppice. The Hazel Revolution: Managing hazel coppice for profit. Conference organised by the Wessex Coppice Group, 25 March 1997.

Mehlenbacher, S, A., Brown, R, N., Nouhra, E, R., Gokirmak, T., Bassil, N, V., Kubisiak, T, L. (2006) A genetic linkage map for hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) based on RAPD and SSR markerswac. Genome. Vol. 49 pp 122-123

Ottaggio,L., Bestoso,F., Armirotti,A., Balbi,A., Damonte,G., Mazzei,M., Sancandi,M., Miele,M. (2007) Taxanes from Shells and Leaves of Corylus avellana. ASAP.

Quelch, P. R. (1997) Western Hazelwoods - Management for Biodiversity. Paper given at meeting on Sustainability in Woodland History, April 1997: University of St Andrews, Institute for Environmental History, St Andrews (Fife).

Scortichini,M., Marchesi,U., Pia Rossi,M., Di Prospero,P. (2002) Bacteria Associated with Hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) Decline Are of Two Groups: Pseudomonas avellanae and Strains Resembling P. syringae pv. Syringae. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Vol 68. (2)

Stratim, S., Paoletti, E., Barbolani, E., Pirazzi, R. (1999) Root length and distribution of chromium in Corylus avellana with Tuber albidum mycorrhyzas. Water Air And Soil Pollution, 113, 33-41.

Wastljung, U. (1989) Effects of crop size and stand size on seed removal by vertebrates in hazel (Corylus avellana). Oikos, 54 (2), 178-184.

Watson Featherstone, A. (2002) Hazel (Corylus avellana) Caledonian Forest species profile, 2 pp.: Findhorn, Trees For Life.

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