Underlying structure of the wall of a wood cell, showing the substructure of load-bearing cellulose microfibrils
The mission of the Northwest Tree Improvement Cooperative (NWTIC) is to assist and coordinate members in developing and managing their forest gene resources in the Pacific Northwest.
It's the first time a gene that controls the timing of bud break in trees has been identified.
Four CoF scientists, Steve Strauss, Kelly Vining, Vindhya Amarasinghe, and Martin Ranik contributed to the project.
Researchers in Oregon State’s Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative are studying the disease in order to develop treatments. Robin Rose, professor of forestry, used
View a history of research conducted at the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest since 1948...
Douglas-fir trees or stands are subjected to a wide variety of silvicultural manipulations that constitute a silvicultural regime.
Postdoc / Research Associate Amy Klocko is using the power of genetics and plant transformation to create reliable early-flowering Eucalyptus plants.
Christopher Still's lab is working to understand the temperature of forest canopies in Oregon using thermal imaging technology similar to that found in night-vision goggles.