Works (21)

2011 | journal article

Total and merchantable stem volume equations for midrotation loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 35(3), 105–108.

By: J. Sherrill, B. Bullock, T. Mullin, S. McKeand & R. Purnell

Source: NC State University Libraries

2009 | chapter

Economic importance, breeding objectives and achievements

In Genomics of industrial crops. New Hampshire, UK: Science Publishers.

By: T. Mullin, B. Andersson, J. Bastien, J. Beaulieu, R. Burdon, W. Dvorak, J. King, T. Kondo ...

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

An evaluation of selection for volume growth in Loblolly pine

Silvae Genetica, 57, 22–28.

By: J. Sherrill, T. Mullin, B. Bullock, S. McKeand, R. Purnell, M. Gumpertz, F. Isik

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Association of the cad-n1 allele with increased stem growth and wood density in full-sib families of loblolly pine

Tree Genetics & Genomes, 2(2), 98–108.

By: Q. Yu, B. Li, C. Nelson, S. McKeand, V. Batista & T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Performance of improved genotypes of loblolly pine across different soils, climates, and silvicultural inputs

Forest Ecology and Management, 227(1-2), 178–184.

By: S. McKeand, E. Jokela, D. Huber, T. Byram, H. Allen, B. Li, T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

The impact of differential success of somatic embryogenesis on the outcome of clonal forestry programs. I. Initial comparison under multitrait selection

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36(6), 1376–1384.

By: M. Lstiburek, T. Mullin & Y. El-Kassaby

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Differences in wood density and growth of fertilized and nonfertilized loblolly pine associated with a mutant gene, cad-n1

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 35(7), 1723–1730.

By: Q. Yu, S. Mckeand, C. Nelson, B. Li, J. Sherrill & T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2005 | journal article

Genetic gain and diversity of orchard crops under alternative management options in a clonal seed orchard of Pinus thunbergii

Silvae Genetica, 54(3), 93–96.

By: K. Kang, D. Lindgren, T. Mullin, W. Choi & S. Han

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Positive assortative mating with family size as a function of predicted parental breeding values

Genetics, 171(3), 1311–1320.

By: M. Lstiburek, T. Mullin, T. Mackay, D. Huber & B. Li

Source: NC State University Libraries

2005 | conference paper

Total inside-bark volume estimation for loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) in genetic trials

In Proceedings of the 28th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference (pp. 123–125).

By: J. Sherrill, T. Mullin, B. Bullock, S. McKeand, R. Purnell & M. Gumpertz

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

The future of tree improvement in the southeastern United States: Alternative visions for the next decade

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 29(2), 88–95.

By: T. Byram, T. Mullin, T. White & J. Van Buijtenen

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | conference paper

Delivering on the promise of tree improvement in the southeastern United States

In Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding in the Age of Genomics: Progress and Future, IUFRO Joint Conference of Division 2, Conference Proceedings.

By: T. Mullin, B. Li & S. McKeand

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

Fertility variation, genetic relatedness, and their impacts on gene diversity of seeds from a seed orchard of Pinus thunbergii

Silvae Genetica, 53(06-May), 202–206.

By: K. Kang, D. Lindgren & T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Open-nucleus breeding strategies compared with population-wide positive assortative mating

Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 109(6), 1169–1177.

By: M. Lstiburek, T. Mullin, D. Lindgren & O. Rosvall

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Open-nucleus breeding strategies compared with population-wide positive assortative mating - I. Equal distribution of testing effort

Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 109(6), 1196–1203.

By: M. Lstiburek, T. Mullin, D. Lindgren & O. Rosvall

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | conference paper

Tracking down the effects of a rare mutant gene in loblolly pine: a first report

In 2004 Paper Summit, Spring Technical and International Environmental Conference. CD-ROM published by TAPPI, Norcross, GA.

By: Q. Yu, E. Capanema, V. Batista, S. Josserand, G. Johnson, C. Nelson, S. McKeand, J. MacKay ...

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Deployment of genetically improved loblolly and slash pines in the south

Journal of Forestry, 101(3), 32–37.

By: S. McKeand, T. Mullin, T. Byram & T. White

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Families of loblolly pine that are the most stable for resistance to fusiform rust are the least predictable

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 33(7), 1335–1339.

By: S. McKeand, H. Amerson, B. Li & T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Positive assortative mating with selection restrictions on group coancestry enhances gain while conserving genetic diversity in long-term forest tree breeding

Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 107(4), 629–642.

By: O. Rosvall & T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2001 | conference paper

Genetic parameters and uniformity of wood properties of full-sib families and clones of loblolly pine

In Proceedings of the 26th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference (pp. 104–106).

By: W. Cumbie, B. Li, B. Goldfarb, T. Mullin & S. McKeand

Source: NC State University Libraries

2001 | journal article

Prediction of genetic gain and gene diversity in seed orchard crops under alternative management strategies

Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 103(6-7), 1099–1107.

By: K. Kang, D. Lindgren & T. Mullin

Source: NC State University Libraries