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Studies on four species of Ceratocystis, with a discussion on fungi causing sap-stain in Britain.
T E b lue ing or s a p s t a i n of t i m b e r is of g r e a t economic i m p o r t a n c e t o fores te rs a n d t i m b e r m e r c h a n t s . T h i s defec t h a s b e e n s t u d i e d i n d eExpand
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Indian Polyporaceae (on trees and timber).
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TWO NEW GENERA OF LEAF-PARASITIC FUNGI (BASIDIOMYCETIDAE: BRACHYBASIDIACEAE)
SUMMARY Proliferobasidium and Ceraceosorus (Brachybasidiaceae, Brachybasidiales, Basidiomycetes) are described as new genera. Both cause leaf-spot diseases of vascular plants and are characterized byExpand
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Natural Decay Resistance of Indian Timbers I. Introduction and Method, II. Decay Resistance of Sal ( Shorea robusta Gaertn.) and Teak ( Tectona grandis L.f)
Soil-block method for evaluation of natural decay resistance of timber under laboratory conditions is described in detail. Timbers are proposed to be classified into four decay resistance classesExpand
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Wilt of Shisham (Dalbergia sissoo Roxb.) due to Fusarium solani sensu Snyder and Hansen
SHISHAM, an important timber species of North India, has been found to suffer from wilt disease in the Dehra Dun and Saharanpur districts in western Uttar Pradesh. The disease occurs both in naturalExpand
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Some fungi as wound parasites on Indian trees.
The paper is intended to point out the dangers that arise due to maltreatments inflicted on our trees in avenues, parks and forests. Uncontrolled lopping of trees results in injuries through whichExpand
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Mycorrhiza and its role in forestry.
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