Department of Plant Biology, 166 Plant Biology Building, East Lansing, MI 48824-1312,Phone (517) 355-4683, Fax(517)353-1926
Frank W. Telewski; Professor of Plant Biology
Epperson, B.K., Walker, R., and Telewski, F.W. SUBMITTED. Molecular genetic analysis indicates little or no hybridization in an apparent hybrid swarm of Pinus ponderosa and P. arizonica. American Midland Naturalist.
Kern, K.A., Ewers, F.W., and Telewski F.W. ACCEPTED. The effect of mechanical perturbation on conductivity, mechanical strength, and above-ground biomass of seven hybrid poplars.
Kilgore, J.S., and Telewski, F.W. 2004. Climate-growth relationships for native and nonnative Pinaceae in northern Michigan’s pine barrens. Tree Ring Journal. 60(1):3-13
Kilgore, J.S., and Telewski, F.W. 2004. Reforesting the jack pine barrens: a long-term common garden experiment. Forest Ecology and Management. 189:171-187
Woodrun, C.L., Ewers, F.W., and Telewski, F.W. 2003. Hydraulic, biomechanical, anatomical study of xylem from five species of Acer (Aceracea). American Journal of Botany. 90(5):693-699
Epperson, B.K., Chung, M.G. and Telewski, F.W. 2003. Spatial pattern of isozyme variation in a contact zone of Pinus ponderosa and P. arizonica (Pinaceae). American Journal of Botany. 90(1):25-31
Telewski, F. W. and Zeevaart, J. 2002. The 120th year of the Beal seed viability study. American Journal of Botany ACCEPTED
Epperson, B.K., F.W. Telewski, A. Plovanich-Jones, and J.E. Grimes. 2001. Clinal differentiation and putative hybridization in a contact zone of Pinus ponderosa and P. arizonica (Pinaceae). American Journal of Botany 88(6): 1052-1057.
Telewski, F.W. and J.L. Wilson. 2000. You've got E-mail (and more): Electronic Communication and Public Gardens. The Public Garden 15(4): 26-31.
Pruyn, M.L., B. Ewers, and F.W. Telewski. 2000. Thigmomorphogenesis: Changes in the morphology and mechanical properties of two Populus hybrids in response to mechanical perturbation. Tree Physiology 20: 535-540.
Telewski, F.W. 1998 (2000). The beginnings of an artificial forestry in mid-19th century Michigan: the contributions of W.J. Beal to silviculture. Michigan Botanist 37: 35-58.
Telewski, F.W., R.T. Swanson, B.R. Strain, and J.M. Burns. 1999. Wood properties and ring width responses to long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment in field-grown loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.). Plant, Cell and Environment 22: 213-219.
Telewski, F.W. and M.L. Pruyn. 1998. Thigmomorphogenesis: A dose response to flexing in Ulmus americana L. seedlings. Tree Physiology 18: 65-68.
Telewski, F.W., R. Aloni, and J. Sauter. 1996. Physiology of Secondary Tissues of Populus. IN "Biology of Populus and its implications for management and conservation. Part II. Physiology of growth, productivity and stress responses. R.F. Stettler, H.D. Bradshaw, Jr., P.E. Heilman and T.M. Hinckley, eds. NCR Research Press, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. pp. 301-329.
Telewski, F.W. 1995. Wind Induced Physiological and Developmental Responses in Trees. IN: "Wind and Trees". M.P. Coutts and J. Grace, eds. Pp. 237-263. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.