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Journal Publications

  1. Schroeder, W. R., Soolanayakanahally, R.Y. and Naeem H.A. (2014). “Harvest Moon seabuckthorn.”, Canadian Journal of Plant Science, (in press).
  2. Mirck, J. and Schroeder, W. (2013). “Composition, Stand Structure, and Biomass Estimates of “Willow Rings” on the Canadian Prairies.”, BioEnergy Research, 6(3), pp. 864-876. 
  3. Barchet, G. L. H., Dauwe, R., Guy, R. D., Schroeder, W. R., Soolanayakanahally, R. Y., Campbell, M. M. and Mansfield, S.D. (2013). “Investigating the drought stress response of hybrid poplar genotypes by metabolite profiling.”, Tree Physiology, 10.1093/treephys/tpt080.
  4. Schroeder, W. R., Soolanayakanahally, R.Y. and Lindquist, C. (2013). “Okanese poplar.”, Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 93(6), pp. 1281-1283.
  5. Schroeder, W. R., Soolanayakanahally, R.Y. and Lindquist, C. (2013). “AC SundancerTM poplar.”, Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 93(6), pp. 1285-1287. 
  6. Olson, M.S., Levsen, N., Soolanayakanahally, R.Y., Guy, R.D., Schroeder, W.R., Keller, S.R. and Tiffin, M. (2012). “The adaptive potential of Populus balsamifera L. to phenology requirements in a warmer global climate.”, Molecular Ecology, 22, pp. 1214–1230.
  7. Talbot P, Schroeder W, Bousquet J and N. Isabel. 2012. When exotic poplars and native Populus balsamifera L. meet on the Canadian Prairies: Spontaneous hybridization and establishment of interspecific hybrids. Forest Ecology and Management. 285:142-152.
  8. Schroeder W. 2012. Bur oak – A tree with character. The Prairie Garden 73rd edition. Friesen printers Winnipeg MB.
  9. Fatima T, Snyder C, Schroeder W, Cram D, Datla R, Wishart D, Weselake R and P. Krishna. 2012. Fatty acid composition of developing sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) berry and transcriptome of the mature seed. PLoS One. 7 (4): 1-18.
  10. Raj S, Bräutigam K, Hamanishi E, Wilkins O, Thomas B, Schroeder W, Mansfield S, Plant A. and M Campbell. 2011. Clone history shapes Populus drought responses. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences. 108 (30): 12521-12526.
  11. Talbot P, Thompson S, Schroeder W and N Isabel. 2011. An efficient single nucleotide polymorphism assay to diagnose the genomic identity of poplar species and hybrids on the Canadian prairies. Canadian Journal Forest Research. 41(5):1102-1111.
  12. Savoie P, Lavoie F, D’Amours L, Schroeder W and J Kort. 2010. Harvesting natural willow rings with a bio-baler around Saskatchewan prairie marshes. Canadian Biosystems Engineering 52 (2):1-5.
  13. Olson M, Robertson M, Takebayashi N. Silim S, Schroeder W and P. Tiffin. 2010. Nucleotide diversity and linkage disequilibrium in balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera). New Phytologist. 188(2):526-536.
  14. Keller S, Olson M, Silim S, Schroeder W, and P. Tiffin. 2010. Genomic diversity, population structure, and migration following rapid range expansion in the Balsam Poplar, Populus balsamifera. Molecular Ecology. 19(6):1212-1226.
  15. Soolanayakanahally R, Guy R, Silim S, Drewes E, and W Schroeder. 2009. Enhanced assimilation rate and water use efficiency with latitude through increased photosynthetic capacity and internal conductance in balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera L.). Plant, Cell and Environment. 32(12): 1821-1832.
  16. Silim S, Nash R, Reynard D, White B and W Schroeder. 2009. Leaf gas exchange and water potential responses to drought in nine poplar (Populus spp.) clones with contrasting drought tolerance. Trees 23:959-969.
  17. Schroeder W, Kort J, Savoie P, and F Preto. 2009. Biomass Harvest from Natural Willow Rings around Prairie Wetlands. BioEnergy Research. 2(3):99-105.
  18. Schroeder W. 2005. New sea buckthorn cultivars. Prairie Fruit Journal 
  19. Barl B, Akhov L, Jana S and W R Schroeder. 2003. Flavonoid content and composition in leaves and berries of sea buckthorn (Hippophae spp.) of different origins. Acta Horticulturae. 626:397-407.
  20. Bekkaoui F, Mann B and W R Schroeder. 2003. Application of DNA markers for the identification and management of hybrid poplar accessions. Agroforestry Systems. 59(1):53-60.
  21. Mann D, Petkau D, Crowe T and W R Schroeder. 2003. Evaluation of a prototypesea buckthorn leaf harvester. Canadian Biosystems Engineering 45: 2.9-2.15.
  22. Chowdry MA, Jana S, and W R Schroeder. 2000. Phenotypic diversity in four woody species on the Canadian prairies. Can J Plant Sci. v.80(1):137-142.
  23. Jana S. and W R Schroeder. 2000. Sea buckthorn: A near-ideal plant for agroforestry on the Canadian prairies. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 10(3/4):335-339.
  24. Schroeder W R and V Nikolic 1998. Sea buckthorn - a multi-purpose plant. The Prairie Gardener. Winnipeg, MB, The Prairie Garden: 41-43.
  25. Li T. and W R Schroeder. 1996. Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.): A multipurpose plant. HortTechnology 6(4): 370-380.
  26. Schroeder W R. 1994. Trees and shrubs for sustainable landscapes. The Prairie Garden: 116-117.
  27. Schroeder W R. 1994. Genetic improvement for prairie tree plantings. Journal of Arboriculture 20(1): 46-49.
  28. Schroeder W R and D S Walker 1991. The relationship of root collar diameter to survival and growth of caragana and green ash in field shelterbelts. Tree Planters' Notes 42(1): 36-39.
  29. Schroeder W R and D S Walker 1991. Effect of cutting position on rooting and shoot growth of two poplar clones. New Forests 4(4): 281-289.
  30. Schroeder W R and C H Lindquist 1989. Assiniboine Poplar. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 69(1): 351-353.
  31. Schroeder W R and J. Kort. 1989. Shelterbelts in the Soviet Union. Journal of soil and Water Conservation May/Apr 44(2): 130-134.
  32. Schroeder W R. 1989. Plant Collecting in Siberia. Landmark (March): 40-41.
  33. Schroeder W R. 1988. Planting and establishment of shelterbelts in humid severe-winter regions. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 22-23: 441-463.
  34. Schroeder W R and D S Walker 1987. Effects of moisture content and storage temperatures on germination of Quercus macrocarpa acorns. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 5(1): 22-24.
  35. Nelson S H and W R Schroeder. 1984. Studies with sand culture for bentgrass greens. Can J Plant Sci 64: 699-706.