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Factors influencing infection and initiation of decay by the Indian paint fungus (Echinodontiumtinctorium) in western hemlock
Sporulation by the Indian paint fungus was maximal during cool, wet periods in the fall. Basidiospores were viable throughout the year, but maximum germination occurred only after temperatures had ...
A bilayer plate technique to detect broad-spectrum antagonism in microorganisms and its application to wood-inhabiting fungi.
A simple method is described for measuring antagonistic activity in microorganisms based on the mycelial growth response of up to 10 isolates of the bioassay fungus in a single agar plate. TheExpand
Fungal deterioration of second-growth Douglas-fir logs in coastal British Columbia
Fungal deterioration of second-growth Douglas-fir logs, felled each month from August 1961 to May 1962, was studied 2, 4, and 6 years after felling. Decay increased from 10% of log volumes after 2 ...
STUDIES IN FOREST PATHOLOGY: XII. DECAY OF WESTERN HEMLOCK IN THE UPPER COLUMBIA REGION, BRITISH COLUMBIA
An investigation of western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.) in the Upper Columbia region has shown that decay losses are excessive, amounting to 52 and 74% in terms of cubic and board footExpand
Decay in advanced Alpine Fir regeneration in the Kamloops district of British Columbia.
The extent of decay in alpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa) advanced regeneration in the Kamloops District varied greatly among individual trees, but there was an overall increase in the volume andExpand
Decay in advanced Alpine Fir Regeneration in the Prince George District of British Columbia
The incidence, extent, and causal fungi of decay was investigated in alpine fir advanced growth up to 7 inches dbh and 7 to 246 years of age from logged and unlogged white spruce-alpine fir stands inExpand