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On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr.

White, J. H.

On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr.

by White, J. H.

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fomes applanatus,
  • Trees -- Diseases and pests.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T52 PHD 1919 W45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination133-174 p.
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14900969M

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    Notes on Perenniporiaceae. Data (PDF Available) W h i t e, J. H. On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr. Z m i t r o v i c h, I. V. a n d W a s s e r, S. P. Modern This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation

    Megalodacne pleasing fungus beetles breed in the harder Ganoderma bracket fungi found on dead trees and rma fungi rot the roots of hemlock, honeylocust, maple, mimosa, redbud, sweetgum, and water oak. Adults have been reported feeding on Fomes applanatus and a species of Pezizia as well as Polyporus species and other :// Get this from a library! Studies in Forest pathology. II, The biology of Fomes pinicola (Sw.) Cooke. [Irene Mounce; Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada,]


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On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr by White, J. H. Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr. Related Titles. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Toronto:University of Toronto Press, Notes: "From the Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute, Toronto."--Cover. Thesis (Ph.D)-University of Toronto. Subjects.

Diseases and On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr. By James Herbert White. Abstract. Fomes applanatus, a perennial polypore of wide distribution and of common occurrence in North America and in Europe is responsible for the decay of very large quantities of wood annually.

It attacks practically all deciduous species and several coniferous On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr. By d J. (James Herbert) White Topics: Diseases and pests, Fomes, From the Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute, TorontoCover Abstract.

Thesis (Ph.D)-University of Toronto."From the Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute, Toronto."graphy: p. Electronic   In mushroom. sulphureus), the artist’s fungus (Ganoderma applanatum, or Fomes applanatus), and species of the genus clavarias, or club fungi (e.g., Clavaria, Ramaria), are shrublike, clublike, or coral-like in growth club fungus, the cauliflower fungus (Sparassis crispa), has flattened clustered branches that lie close together, On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr.

[microform]. Fomes; Trees; Fomes; Arbres. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

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Observations on the Biology of Fomes annosus, with Particular Reference to East Anglian Pine Plantations: 1. The Outbreaks of Disease and Ecological Status of the Fungus Article Description Micro-habitat(s) Trunk, Root, Stump.

Distribution. Canada. Damage, symptoms and biology. The fruiting bodies of Ganoderma applanatum are brown with a white margin on the upper surface. The underside is white, but turns black when ://   The Biology of Fomes Pinicola (SW.) Cooke.

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Break in fire-killed Douglas-fir showing mycelium of Fomes laricis. Yacolt, Washington. On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr. (microform) () () :Historical_images_of_fungi.

Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Gillet, Les Hyménomycètes ou Description de tous les Champignons qui Croissent en France: () [MB#]?TableKey=&Rec=   S. Bose,F.L.S., F.R.S.E.; Biology of Wood-rotting Fungi common in Forest Areas, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol Issue1 Ap We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of :// Mushroom, the conspicuous umbrella-shaped fruiting body (sporophore) of certain fungi, typically of the order Agaricales in the phylum Basidiomycota but also of some other groups.

Popularly, the term mushroom is used to identify the edible sporophores; the term toadstool is Download this stock image: Artist's Conk fungus (Ganoderma applanatum) - BY5RHC from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and ://   Biology of Fomes.-WHITE20 has made a comprehensive study of the widely distributed Fomes applanatus, and finds that it attacks practically all deciduous trees and several conifers, causing the destruction of large quantities of wood annually.

It produces basidiospores only, which are not of the Stump treatment against Fomes ///// Disease hazard derived from climate and soil, for the area of forest shown in Figure 2, assuming it is located in each of four climatic zones from Figure :// Notes on Perenniporiaceae.

Book January W h i t e, J. On the biology of Fomes applanatus (Pers.) Wallr. Z m i t r o v i c h, I. a n d W a s s e r, :// 1. The incidence of F. pomaceus on plum trees in the Cambridge-shire district is noted. Attention is drawn to the similarity in the type of wood decay produced by F.

pomaceus and F. igniarius, and an outline of the results of previous investigations on these two fungi is given. Spores of F. pomaceus are sometimes capable of germination twenty-four weeks after liberation from the Abstract. The high incidence ofCladosporia in the airspora indicates a prolific production of spores.

Six species ofCladosporium were sampled over a period of 9 weeks, using dry and wet (mist-laden) air, and over a period of 4 weeks using humid air. Many more spores were released in wet air than in dry air: numbers released in humid air were generally intermediate between those of wet and dry.

Fomes applanatus var. australis (Fr.) Cleland & Cheel, Journal of Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales () [MB#] applanatus var. australis&Lang=Eng.Polyporales, large order of pore fungi within the phylum Basidiomycota (kingdom Fungi).

The 2, known species have conspicuous sporophores (fruiting bodies), sometimes mushroomlike, the spore-bearing layer (hymenium) appearing either tube-shaped, gill-like, rough, smooth, or convoluted. ManyPDF | 最終稿を登録可能.但し、事前照会を要する. Insects visiting sporocarps of Elfvingia applanata, a wood-rotting bracket fungus, were examined in Kyoto, central Japan