Sycamore Research

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Wood for Biomass 
Tennessee's vast forests might someday be used for biomass.


Recent Publications

Effect on Mercuric Compounds on Pine and Sycamore Germination And Early Survival.  Jean-Philippe, S. R., N. Labbe, Jeremie Damay, J. A. Franklin, and Karen Hughes.  2012.  American Journal of Plant Science 3:150-158. [Abstract]

Conversion From An American Sycamore (Platanus Occidentalis L.) Biomass Crop To A No-Till Corn (Zea Mays L.) System: Crop Yields And Management Implications Devine, W. D., D. D. Tyler, M. D. Mullen, A. E. Houston, J. D. Joslin, and M. Walsh.  2005.  Soil and Tillage Research.

Root System Biomass, Carbon, and Nitrogen in a Young American Sycamore Plantation.  Tyler, D. D., W. D. Devine, M. D. Mullen, A. E. Houston, D. G. Hodges, and M. Walsh.  2005.  97th Annual Meeting Abstracts [CD-ROM]. ASA, CSSA, SSSA, Madison, WI.

Conversion from a Sycamore Biomass Crop to a No-till Corn System: Effects on Soils.  Devine, W. D., M. D. Mullen, D. D. Tyler, A. E. Houston, J. D. Joslin, et al.  2004.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 68:225-233.