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Factors affecting infection of balsam fir (Abies balsamea) by Stereum sanguinolentum in Quebec
Conditions influencing infection of artificially injured balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.) by Stereum sanguinolentum (Alb. & Schw. ex Fr.) Fr. were studied over a 3-year period in Quebec.Expand
COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF NORTH AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN CULTURES OF THE ROOT ROT FUNGUS, FOMES ANNOSUS (FR.) COOKE
Cultures of Fames annosus originating in Europe could not be distinguished from those originating in North America either by colony appearance, growth rate, pH optimum, or cellulolytic activity.Expand
INFECTION OF BALSAM FIR, ABIES BALSAMEA (L.) MILL., BY STEREUM SANGUINOLENTUM (ALB. AND SCHW. EX FR.) FR.
Studies in the Maritime Provinces and Quebec showed that Stereum sanguinolentum behaves as a primary invader of the heartwood of living balsam fir, becoming established in the trees only as a resul...
Factors affecting branch infection in Aspen
Comparative studies have shown that branch infections are almost twice as frequent in aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in mesic sites as in trees of similar ages in dry sites. This has beenExpand
MOISTURE AND TEMPERATURE RELATIONS OF HEARTWOOD FUNGI IN SUBALPINE SPRUCE
The optimum moisture content for maximum development in wood was higher for butt-rotting fungi than for trunk-rotting fungi but the optimum and maximum temperature for growth on malt agar was about 5Expand
DECAY LOSSES IN SUBALPINE SPRUCE ON THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FOREST RESERVE IN ALBERTA
Subalpine spruce on the Rocky Mountain Forest Reserve in Alberta was found to have decay amounting to 20% of the gross merchantable volume with variations in the amount of decay among the differentExpand
FUNGI AND DECAY IN ASPEN AND BALSAM POPLAR IN THE BOREAL FOREST REGION, ALBERTA
Examination of 835 living trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) and 527 balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera L.) on 47 sample plots of mixed-wood forest of the Boreal Forest Region, Alberta,Expand
THE EFFECT ON VARIATIONS IN DECAY OF MOISTURE CONTENT AND RATE OF GROWTH IN SUBALPINE SPRUCE
The moisture content in subalpine spruce was highest in overstory trees and lowest in understory trees, and it was higher in trees on a moist site than in trees of similar vigor classes on a dryExpand
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