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    9. Gibbs, J. N. 1978. Intercontinental epidemiology of Dutch  elm disease. Annual Review Phytopathology 16:287-307.
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    11. Guries, Raymond P., and Eugene B. Smalley. 1986. Elms for  today and tomorrow. In Proceedings Third National Urban  Forestry Conference. p. 214-218. Orlando, FL.
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    17. Lee, M. J. T., and D. T. Lester. 1974. Floral receptivity in  American elm. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 4:416-417. 
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    19. Lester, D. T. 1975. Variation in tolerance of American elm  to the Verticillium wilt fungus. Forest Science 21:227-231. 
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    21. Lodhi, M. A. K. 1976. Role of allelopathy as expressed by  dominating trees in a lowland forest in controlling the  productivity and pattern of herbaceous growth. American  Journal of Botany 63:1-8.
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    25. Richardson, C. J., and C. W. Cares. 1976. An analysis of elm  (Ulmus americana) mortality in a second-growth  hardwood forest in southeastern Michigan. Canadian Journal  of Botany 54:1120-1125.
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