Cross References

All of the articles in the Encyclopedia have been extensively cross-referenced.

The cross-references, which appear at the end of an article, serve three different functions. For example, at the end of the PATHOLOGY/Diseases of Forest Trees article, cross-references are used:

i. To indicate if a topic is discussed in greater detail elsewhere.

PATHOLOGY/Diseases of Forest Trees.

See also: Ecology: Plant-Animal Interactions in Forest Ecosystems. Pathology: Diseases Affecting Exotic Plantation Species; Heart Rot and Wood Decay; Insect Associated Tree Diseases; Leaf and Needle

Stem Canker Diseases; Vascular Wilt Diseases. Soil Biology and Tree Growth: Soil and its Relationship to Forest Productivity and Health. Tree Breeding, Practices: Breeding for Disease and Insect Resistance.

ii. To draw the reader's attention to parallel discussions in other articles.

PATHOLOGY/Diseases of Forest Trees.

See also: Ecology: Plant-Animal Interactions in Forest Ecosystems. Pathology: Diseases Affecting Exotic Plantation Species; Heart Rot and Wood Decay; Insect Associated Tree Diseases; Leaf and Needle Diseases; Phytophthora Root Rot of Forest Trees; Pine Wilt and the Pine Wood Nematode; Root and Butt Rot Diseases; Rust Diseases; Stem Canker Diseases; Vascular Wilt Diseases. Soil Biology and Tree Growth: Soil and its Relationship to Forest Productivity and Health. Tree Breeding, Practices: Breeding for Disease and Insect Resistance.

iii. To indicate material that broadens the discussion.

PATHOLOGY/Diseases of Forest Trees.

See also: Ecology: Plant-Animal Interactions in Forest Ecosystems. Pathology: Diseases Affecting Exotic Plantation Species; Heart Rot and Wood Decay; Insect Associated Tree Diseases; Leaf and Needle Diseases; Phytophthora Root Rot of Forest Trees; Pine Wilt and the Pine Wood Nematode; Root and Butt Rot Diseases; Rust Diseases; Stem Canker Diseases; Vascular Wilt Diseases. Soil Biology and Tree Growth: Soil and its Relationship to Forest Productivity and Health. Tree Breeding, Practices: Breeding for Disease and Insect Resistance.

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