The Brown Heart-Rot of California Redwood - Part I. Notes on the Development of the Causal Fungus - Part II. The Etiology of the Causal Fungus
The authors present hitherto unpublished observations on a fungus causing much damage to the heartwood of California redwood. They describe the work of the fungus and some commercial aspects of the rot, the infrequent occurrence of the sporophore, the discovery of the latter, and the classification of the fungus as a new species--Poria sequoiae.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Assistant Professor of Botany, University of California
Publication date: 1931-03-01
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