By: FWMR Schwarze (Author), J Engels (Author), Claus Mattheck (Author)
185 pages, Col plates, illus, 63 figs, 4 tabs
Contains detailed information, based on new and original scientific findings, on the examination and effects of the most important species of fungi associated with failure of infected urban trees. In addition, new ways are presented for predicting the advance of decay in the living tree.
1 Introduction.- 2 Fundamental aspects.- 3 Examination, importance and mechanical effects of wood-decay fungi in living trees.- 4 Host-fungus interactions: Development and prognosis of wood decay in the sapwood.- Postscript.- References.- Index
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