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Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America

J. P. Lindsey

Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America

by J. P. Lindsey

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Published by J. Cramer in Vaduz [Liechtenstein] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America
    • Subjects:
    • Populus tremuloides -- Diseases and pests -- North America -- Identification.,
    • Basidiomycetes -- North America -- Identification.,
    • Wood-decaying fungi -- North America -- Identification.,
    • Fungi -- North America -- Identification.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby J. Page Lindsey and Robert L. Gilbertson.
      SeriesBibliotheca mycologica ;, 63
      ContributionsGilbertson, Robert L., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB608.P79 L56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination406 p. :
      Number of Pages406
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4488925M
      ISBN 103768211932
      LC Control Number79318398

        Physical aspects of decay were investigated using scanning electron microscopy on wood wafers after decay using the same single spore isolate of each fungus that was used for genome sequencing. Dried wood wafers from the sapwood of aspen and pine were cut to 10 × 10 × 1 mm, hydrated to 80–% moisture, and autoclaved for 60 min at °C. Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America, J.P. Lindsey and R.L. Gilbertson. PDF. Estimating aspen crown fuels in northeastern Minnesota, R.M. Loomis and P.J. Roussopoulos; Research Paper, North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service.

      The Helvellaceae: Systematic revision and occurrence in northern and northwestern North America. Mycotaxon Adamcík, S. (). Taxonomy of the Basidiomycetes that Decay Aspen in North America. J. Cramer: Vaduz. p. Lingle, W (). The Agaricales in Modern Taxonomy. Koeltz Scientific Books: Koenigstein, Germany. p. The economically important white button mushroom A. bisporus var. bisporus originates from Europe, while A. bisporus var. burnettii grows on leaf litter in North America. Another edible fungus, V. volvacea, is widely cultivated in Asia, where it is grown on rice straw, cotton waste, and other agricultural by .

      Species in Phellinus s.s. are some of the most important wood-decaying fungal pathogens in northern temperate forests, yet data on species incidence in North America remains limited. Therefore, phylogenetic analyses were performed using four loci (ITS, nLSU, tef1 and rpb2) with isolates representing 13 species. Results of phylogenetic analyses using maximum likelihood and Bayesian . David W. Fischer's North American Mushroom Basics Website - A general FAQ (F.A.Q.) document about edible wild mushrooms, poisonous mushrooms, toadstools, and mushrooms in general. Mr. Fischer is a mycologist (an expert on wild mushrooms) and author of two books on the subject.


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Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America by J. P. Lindsey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Identification Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lindsey, J.P. Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America. Vaduz. Recommended Citation.

Lindsey, J.P. and Gilbertson, R.L., "Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America" (). Aspen Bibliography. Paper Cited by: Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America. By J.P. Lindsey and R.L.

Gilbertson. Topics: Basidiomycetes: Fungi, Plantae, Book Populus Tremuloides Populus Grandidentata Key Morphology Distribution Ecology Forest Pathogen Reproduction, Author: J.P. Lindsey and R.L.

Gilbertson. Robert Lee Gilbertson (Janu – Octo ) was a distinguished American mycologist and educator. He was a faculty member at University of Arizona for 26 years until his retirement from teaching in ; he was a Professor Emeritus at U of A until his death on Octo in Tucson, Arizona.

He held concurrent positions as Plant Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Alma mater: State University of New York College of. The Basidiomycota bear their sexual spores externally on a usually club-shaped structure called a basidium, which is often borne on or in a fruiting body called a basidiocarp or Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America book (Fig.

7).This phylum includes the well-known mushrooms, both edible and poisonous, as well as puffballs, shelf fungi, jelly fungi, and coral fungi (Fig. 8).These species that produce fruiting bodies exhibit. Examination of (a) Populus tremuloides and (b) P. balsamifera trees on 47 sample plots in mixed forest in central and north Alberta showed 73% of (a) and 61 % of (b) to be decayed.

Additional trees of both species were infected by stain fungi. The incidence of infection in (a) decreased from mesic to dry sites, but for (b) remained about the same.

In North America, Phellinus s.s. is known to be most destructive in northern hardwood (Acer-Betula-Fagus) and aspen (Populus) forest types [14–16]. The presence of a single basidiocarp on the trunk of an infected tree can indicate a column of decay approximately 2 m in length for American beech (Fagus grandifolia) and sugar maple (Acer.

Laetiporus sulphureus is a species of bracket fungus (fungi that grow on trees) found in Europe and North America. Its common names are crab-of-the-woods, sulphur polypore, sulphur shelf, and fruit bodies grow as striking golden-yellow shelf-like structures on tree trunks and branches.

Old fruitbodies fade to pale beige or pale grey. L. HOLMER, P. RENVALL * AND J. STENLID Department of Forest Mycology and Pathology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, S 07 Uppsala, Sweden Department of Ecology and Systematics, University of Helsinki, Finland Competition and replacement interactions between species of wood-decomposing basidiomycetes were studied with a culture technique using.

Lignicolous corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) of North America — systematics, distribution, and ecology. Mycol.

Mem. Google Scholar. Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America. Bibl. Mycol. Google Scholar. The Agaricales in modern taxonomy. Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein, Germany. A trembling aspen (Populustremuloides Michx.) sucker stand was scarified at age 3 to benefit subsequently planted white spruce (Piceaglauca (Moench) Voss).Survivors were examined 4, 6, and 10 years after treatment.

The effects of scarification on aspen stem growth, and on external and internal quality of both roots and stems, were assessed at those times.

Environment. Aspen trunk rot is the most common stem decay of aspen in North America. It is especially common in the Rocky Mountains and in trunk rot prevalence varies with age and soil conditions. In regions where aspen grow quickly and mature early, decay also advances rapidly and early in the tree's life.

It kills these trees by directly growing into and killing older sapwood. The North American Mycological Association (NAMA) is a (c)(3) nonprofit organization with 80 affiliated clubs and over 1, members.

NAMA is committed to the promotion of scientific and educational activities related to fungi. Basidiomycota. More woodrotting fungi were collected from t- he undisturbed forest stand, Puliebadze than from the disturbed forest stand, Lower Kitsubozou.

Of the total species of wood-rotting fungi collected, % species occurred on logs, % on tree stumps, % on twigs. Bibliotheca Mycologica y and tson-Basidiomycetes that Decay Aspen in North America - Basidiomycetes that Decay Aspen in North America.

In book: Fundamentals of mold growth in indoor environments and strategies for healthy living, pp and the most important wood-degrading fungi in Europe and North America are brown-rot. wood decay fungi, which are mainly basidiomycetes, and which in North America belong to the orders Agaricales, Aphyllophorales, and Tremellales.

A few ascomycetes belonging to. Relationships between roosting habitat of bats and decay of aspen in the sub-boreal forests of British Columbia By Sarah Parsons, Kathy J. Lewis and Jennifer. hardwood forest from northern North America. Basidiomycete fungi were identified by ITS sequencing and cultural tests and were shown to be predominantly species of common white rot fungi.

In axenic decay tests with aspen blocks, basidiomycete isolates caused mass losses in the range of 10%e50% after 26 wks incubation. Aspen-Birch Ecosystem Mycorrhizal On the ground associated with tree roots Fly Agaric Amanita muscaria 8 Destroying Angel Amanita virosa, A. verna, A. bisporigera 9 The Omnipresent Laccaria Laccaria bicolor 10 Aspen Bolete Leccinum aurantiacum, L.

insigne 11 Birch Bolete Leccinum scabrum 12 Saprophytic Litter and Wood Decay On wood. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Lindsey JP, Gilbertson RL () Basidiomycetes that decay aspen in North America.

Bibl Mycol – Google Scholar Lindsey JP, Gilbertson RL () Notes on Basidiomycetes that decay .Some basidiomycetes that decay wood in the stem may also kill patches of sapwood and bark.

We consider most of them along with stem-decay fungi. Stem rusts. These cause cankers, but we consider them separately with the rusts. Foliage diseases, shoot and tip blights.