UNA NUEVA LOCALIDAD DE PINUS DISCOLOR BAILEY & HAWKSWORTH EN EL CENTRO DE MEXICO
- How to Control Blotching. Southwick, Kevin // American Woodworker;Feb/Mar2013, Issue 164, p54
The article offers tips on how to control blotching, one of the worst problems in wood finishing. It mentions that several woods like pine, birch and maple are susceptible to blotching. It adds that these woods don't soak up stain consistently across the wood's surface because the are unevenly...
- Bark stripping of Pinus contorta caused by moose and deer: wounding patterns, discoloration of wood, and associated fungi. Arhipova, Natalija; Jansons, Aris; Zaluma, Astra; Gaitnieks, Talis; Vasaitis, Rimvydas // Canadian Journal of Forest Research;Oct2015, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p1434
The aim of this study was to assess the extent of bark stripping wounds, subsequent wood discoloration, and associated fungi in 30-year-old Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon stems damaged by large game. In total, 90 trees were evaluated, and 170 bark stripping wounds of different ages (1-20...
- Gene discovery for the bark beetle-vectored fungal tree pathogen Grosmannia clavigera. Hesse-Orce, Uljana; DiGuistini, Scott; Keeling, Christopher I.; Ye Wang; Li, Maria; Henderson, Hannah; Docking, T. Roderick; Liao, Nancy Y.; Robertson, Gordon; Holt, Robert A.; Jones, Steven J. M.; Bohlmann, Jörg; Breuil, Colette // BMC Genomics;2010, Vol. 11, p536
Background: Grosmannia clavigera is a bark beetle-vectored fungal pathogen of pines that causes wood discoloration and may kill trees by disrupting nutrient and water transport. Trees respond to attacks from beetles and associated fungi by releasing terpenoid and phenolic defense compounds. It...
- PROPERTIES OF BLUE-STAINED WOOD. Humar, Miha; Vek, Viljem; Bučar, Bojan // Wood Industry / Drvna Industrija;2008, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p75
Discoloration of wood is frequently caused by blue-stain fungi. Among them Aureobasidium pullulans and Sclerophoma pithyophila are reported as the most important staining organism. In previous researches, it was generally considered that blue-stain fungi do not influence mechanical properties....
- Induction of discolored wood in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). Nilsson, Mikael; Wikman, Susanne; Eklund, Leif // Tree Physiology;Apr2002, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p331
Induction of discolored wood in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) trees by treatment with ethylene, carbon dioxide, nitrogen (hypoxia) or wounding from early April to late September was investigated. All treatments induced formation of discolored wood upward and downward from the drill hole. The...
- EFFECTS OF THERMAL MODIFICATION ON MECHANICAL AND SWELLING PROPERTIES AND COLOR CHANGE OF LUMBER KILLED BY MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE. Jiabin Cai; Liping Cai // BioResources;Aug2012, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p3488
To extend the application of mountain pine beetle (MPB) killed lumber for decking, siding, and landscaping materials, it is essential to improve its dimensional stability. Thermal treatment is one of the well-established processes used to improve wood stability by modifying chemical compounds...
- ISPM-15 HEAT-TREATMENT INDUCED CHANGES IN EXTRACTIVES OF SCOTS PINE AND THE EFFECT ON FUNGAL DISCOLORATION. LAMBERTZ, Gerda; WELLING, Johannes // Pro Ligno;Jun2010, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p61
No abstract available.
- STRENGTH AND FINISHING CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-PROCESSED AND TASKâ„¢ PROCESSED HARDWOOD LUMBER. Sanders, Michael G.; Amburgey, Terry L.; Kitchens, Shane C. // Forest Products Journal;Sep2002, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p60
Presents a study that determined the strength and finishing characteristics of non-processed and TASK-processed hardwood lumber. Observation on reductions in enzyme-mediated sapwood discolorations; Materials and methods of the study; Result of laboratory tests in TASK-processed oak.
- MODIFICÄ‚RI INDUSE DE TRATAMENTUL FITOSANITAR ISPM-15 ASUPRA SUBSTANÅ¢ELOR EXTRACTIVE DIN PINUL SILVESTRU ÅžI EFECTUL ASUPRA COLORAÅ¢IILOR CAUZA DE FUNGI. LAMBERTZ, Gerda; WELLING, Johannes // Pro Ligno;Jun2010, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p61
No abstract available.