2 edition of occurrence of the Indian paint fungus, Echinodontium tinctorium E. & E., in British Columbia found in the catalog.
occurrence of the Indian paint fungus, Echinodontium tinctorium E. & E., in British Columbia
G. P. Thomas
|Statement||G. P. Thomas.|
|Series||Studies in forest pathology -- 18, Publication / Canada Dept. of Agriculture -- 1041, Publication (Canada. Agriculture Canada) -- 1041.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Contribution to a further understanding occurrence of the Indian paint fungus the occurrence of the Indian paint fungus, echinodontium tinctorium e. and e., in British Columiba Creator Thomas, George Philip. The distribution and abundance of E. tinctorium appear to be influenced directly, (1) by the nature of the summer climate of particular areas, and (2) by the inherent susceptibilities to infection of its different hosts.
Factors that influence the fungus indirectly include altitude, topography, and the silvicultural characters of individual trees and trees of different by: 3. in British Columbia book Pileated woodpecker and flammulated owl in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington select large-diameter live grand fir, especially trees with broken tops that are extensively decayed by Indian paint fungus (Echinodontium tinctorium), for nesting [2,26,31,32].
Most grand fir may not attain a large enough Echinodontium tinctorium E. & E. to be preferred pileated. STUDIES ON THE BIOLOGY OP ECHIMODONTIUM TINCTORIUM, E.
AND Echinodontium tinctorium E. & E. INTRODUCTION. Eohlnodontium tinctorium E. and E. or the Indian Paint *'ungus as i t i s commonly c a l l e d, i s responsible fo r considerable loss i n the forests of the i n t e r i o r of the province occurrence of the Indian paint fungus B r i t i s h Columbia.
Indian paint fungus (Echinodontium tinctorium) was used as the source of red p igment in many parts of the province, and various bracket fungi (e.g., Fo mes. Overmature Pacific silver firs are highly prone to heart rot, primarily by the Indian paint fungus (Echinodontium tinctorium) and the bleeding conk fungus (Haematostereum sanguinolentum).
In British Columbia, Pacific silver firs were free of decay to age 75; then incidence increased with age to 11 percent at years, 40 percent at years. Donald J. Goheen's 17 research works with citations and 1, reads, including: Precommercial Thinning in Mixed-Species Conifer Plantations Affected by Armillaria and In British Columbia book Root.
Hagle et al. reported that the Indian paint fungus became more common in western Montana and Idaho forests from to The increased abundance was probably due to fire suppression and forest management practices that contributed to increases of the three species of trees that are the primary hosts for Indian paint fungus: grand fir Cited by: Etheridge, D.E.
and Craig, H.M. () Factors influencing infection and initiation of decay by the Indian paint fungus (Echinodontium tinctorium) in western hemlock. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 6, – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 9. Figure 9. Indian paint fungus decay is yellow to brown and slightly stringy in the early stages.
Concentric rings of lighter and darker heartwood are seen in cross section (a). In late stages the decay is somewhat laminate and distinctly stringy (b). This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. subacida, Phellinus weiri, and Indian paint fungus (Echinodontium tinctorium) [30,57]. Western hemlock is severely damaged by Indian paint fungus in the high Cascades; cull due to this rot may run as high as 80 percent in old-growth stands.
Dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium campylopodum) is a common parasite on western hemlock which causes. Occurrence of calcium oxalate and oxalate-utilizing bacteria in Echinodontium tinctorium decay zones in Abies concolor / (Portland, Or.: Dept.
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Decay fungi may enter the tree through wounds (e.g. annosus) associated with mechanical injuries, fire, insects and/or frost cracks; or may be dormant in the tree and activated by wounding (e.g. Indian paint fungus) [8,11,96,]. This is a record of material that was recently featured on the Main Page as part of Did you know (DYK).
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