Matthew Hamilton
Matthew Hamilton
WorldFish, Penang, Malaysia
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Eucalyptus nitens genetic parameters
MG Hamilton, BM Potts
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 38 (1), 102-119, 2008
Stiffness and checking of Eucalyptus nitens sawn boards: genetic variation and potential for genetic improvement
D Blackburn, M Hamilton, C Harwood, T Innes, B Potts, D Williams
Tree genetics & genomes 6, 757-765, 2010
A latitudinal cline in disease resistance of a host tree
MG Hamilton, DR Williams, PA Tilyard, EA Pinkard, TJ Wardlaw, M Glen, ...
Heredity 110 (4), 372-379, 2013
Genetic variation in Eucalyptus nitens pulpwood and wood shrinkage traits
MG Hamilton, CA Raymond, CE Harwood, BM Potts
Tree Genetics & Genomes 5, 307-316, 2009
Chemical variation in a dominant tree species: population divergence, selection and genetic stability across environments
JM O’Reilly-Wapstra, AM Miller, MG Hamilton, D Williams, N Glancy-Dean, ...
PLoS One 8 (3), e58416, 2013
Achievements in forest tree improvement in Australia and New Zealand 9. Genetic improvement of Eucalyptus nitens in Australia
M Hamilton, K Joyce, D Williams, G Dutkowski, B Potts
Australian Forestry 71 (2), 82-93, 2008
Variation in rotary veneer recovery from Australian plantation Eucalyptus globulus and Eucalyptus nitens
R McGavin, H Bailleres, M Hamilton, D Blackburn, M Vega, B Ozarska
Bioresources 10 (1), 313-329, 2014
Enhancement of the Pacific oyster selective breeding program
P Kube, M Cunningham, S Dominik, S Parkinson, B Finn, J Henshall, ...
Hobart: FRDC and Seafood CRC. 177p.(Project no. 2006/227), 2011
Acoustic Wave Velocity as a Selection Trait in Eucalyptus nitens
D Blackburn, M Hamilton, D Williams, C Harwood, B Potts
Forests 5 (4), 744-762, 2014
Patterns of longitudinal within-tree variation in pulpwood and solidwood traits differ among Eucalyptus globulus genotypes
MG Hamilton, BL Greaves, BM Potts, GW Dutkowski
Annals of forest science 64 (8), 831-837, 2007
Genetic variation in traits affecting sawn timber recovery in plantation-grown Eucalyptus nitens
DP Blackburn, MG Hamilton, CE Harwood, TC Innes, BM Potts, ...
Annals of Forest Science 68, 1187-1195, 2011
The genetic variation in the timing of heteroblastic transition in Eucalyptus globulus is stable across environments
MG Hamilton, PA Tilyard, DR Williams, RE Vaillancourt, TJ Wardlaw, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 59 (2), 170-175, 2011
Genetic improvement for pulpwood and peeled veneer in Eucalyptus nitens
D Blackburn, R Farrell, M Hamilton, P Volker, C Harwood, D Williams, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42 (9), 1724-1732, 2012
Comparison of host susceptibilities to native and exotic pathogens provides evidence for pathogen‐imposed selection in forest trees
JS Freeman, MG Hamilton, DJ Lee, GS Pegg, JT Brawner, PA Tilyard, ...
New Phytologist 221 (4), 2261-2272, 2019
Development of a breeding strategy for hybrid abalone
MG Hamilton, PD Kube, NG Elliott, LJ McPherson, A Krsinich
Proc. Assoc. Advmt. Anim. Breed. Genet 18, 350-353, 2009
Influence of site, storage and steaming on Eucalyptus nitens log-end splitting
M Vega, MG Hamilton, DP Blackburn, RL McGavin, H Baillères, BM Potts
Annals of forest science 73, 257-266, 2016
Genetic correlations between pulpwood and solid-wood selection and objective traits in Eucalyptus globulus
MG Hamilton, BM Potts, BL Greaves, GW Dutkowski
Annals of Forest Science 67 (5), 511, 2010
Assessing genetic variation to improve stem straightness in Eucalyptus globulus
DP Blackburn, MG Hamilton, CE Harwood, TG Baker, BM Potts
Annals of forest science 70, 461-470, 2013
Genetic variation in commercial properties of six-and 15-year-old Eucalyptus globulus
B Greaves, M Hamilton, D Pilbeam, G Dutkowski
Proceedings of IUFRO Conference—Eucalyptus in a Changing World, Aveiro, 11-15, 2004
Radial variation in modulus of elasticity, microfibril angle and wood density of veneer logs from plantation-grown Eucalyptus nitens
M Vega, M Hamilton, G Downes, PA Harrison, B Potts
Annals of forest science 77, 1-15, 2020
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