Compartmentalization of Discolored Wood in Heartwood of Red Oak

@article{Shigo1979CompartmentalizationOD,
  title={Compartmentalization of Discolored Wood in Heartwood of Red Oak},
  author={A. Shigo and Walter C. Shortle},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={1979},
  volume={69},
  pages={710-711}
}
SHIGO, A. L., and W. C. SHORTLE. 1979. Compartmentalization of discolored wood in heartwook of red oak. Phytopathology 69:710-711. Discolored wood associated with holes drilled into heartwood of living indicate that heartwood in red oak is not a dead, nonresponsive tissue; the red oak (Quercus rubra) trees was strongly compartmentalized after 2 yr; classic concept that heartwood-rotting fungi grow unrestricted through discolored wood associated with similar holes in trees that were girdled… Expand
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