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Wood-decay fungus

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A wood-decay fungus is a species of fungus that digests moist wood, causing it to rot. Some species of wood-decay fungi attack dead wood, such as brown rot, ...

Trunk wounds and decay | The Morton Arboretum

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TRUNK WOUNDS AND DECAYUrban and suburban trees are more likely to have wounds and decay than trees in native stands because people cause most  ...

A First Look at Tree Decay - Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry

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spread of defect, infection, and decay and confines it to wood present at the time of wounding, thereby protecting future growth. The response to wounds causes ...

Forest Pathology - Wood Decay

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Feb 22, 2015 ... For practical purposes, fungi are the only agents of wood decay. There are ... Color and texture vary among white rots caused by different fungi:.

Tree Growth and Decay - Colorado State University Extension

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Tree growth and decay. ... This can be caused by pruning up the trunk too fast and by removing small branches and twigs on the lower trunk or lower interior ...

Wood Decay Fungi in Landscape Trees Management Guidelines ...

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Several fungal diseases, sometimes called heart or sap rots, cause the wood in the center of trunks and limbs to decay. Under conditions favoring growth of ...

A First Look at Tree Decay An Introduction to How Injury and Decay ...

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spread of defect, infection, and decay and confines it to wood present at the time of wounding, thereby protecting future growth. The response to wounds causes ...

Tree Wounds— Invitations to Wood Decay Fungi - UK College of ...

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Introduction. Wood decay leads to loss of tree vigor and ... problem. Wounds and wood decay reduce the ... fungi and bacteria) that cause rot or decay. Wounds ...

Indicators of Decay in Urban Trees - Urban Forestry LLC

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decay. The BMP for Tree Risk Assessment uses a broader concept of positive indicators to include missing wood from causes other than decay fungi.

Wood Decay Arborist News (PDF) - Urban Forestry LLC

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name and describe the three basic types of wood decay. = explain the difference ... causing agent, such as wood decay conks, mycelial fans, rhizomorphs, and ...

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Wood decay in living and dead trees: A pictorial overview - Northern ...

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the varied patterns of wood discoloration and decay observed in the dissection ... initiated infections causing wood to decay in living trees (Smith and Shortle.

Wood decay - University of Minnesota Extension

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Nearly all wood decay is caused by fungi. Mushrooms, sometimes called conks, are usually seen growing on the sides of trees. These are reproductive ...

Decomposition and Decay | Trees for Life

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Decomposition and decay are vital processes, playing an essential role in the ... Dead leaves fall from trees and herbaceous plants collapse to the ground after .... the action of bacteria inside the corpse causes putrefaction and swelling of the ...