Checklist of micro-organisms associated with tree seeds in the world, 1985

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station , Asheville, N.C
Microorganisms., Seed pathology., Seed-borne plant diseases., Trees., Seed pathology., Seed-borne plant diseases., Micro-organisms., T
StatementRobert L. Anderson.
SeriesGeneral technical report SE -- 39., General technical report SE -- 39.
ContributionsSoutheastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)
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Pagination34 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL15335738M

Get this from a library. Checklist of micro-organisms associated with tree seeds in the world, [Robert Lee Anderson; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)].

this book. Fungi and hosts Seedborne fungi (Figure ) are seeds in open ripe cones or trans-Seed fungi symptoms appear: 1+0 Late spring through early summer Anderson, R.L.

Checklist of micro-organisms associated with tree seeds in the world. Micro-organisms associated with tree seed. World checklist Mittal, R.K., Anderson, R.L. and Mathur, S.B. International Seed Testing Association (ISTA) Published in conjunction with Forestry Canada, Petawawa National Forestry Institute.

Information Report PI-X English and French. 1985 book p. ISBN /ISSN Anderson, R. L., Checklist of Micro-organisms Associated with Tree Seeds in the World.

Asheville, NC: SE, United States Department of Agriculture Forest. Checklist of micro-organisms associated with tree seeds in the world, [microform] / Robert L. Ande Some quarantine aspects of seed-borne diseases / compiled by S.J.

Navaratnam and J.R. Morschel, Australi. Anderson RL. Checklist of micro-organisms associated with tree seeds in the world, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE. The need for an update was soon recognized, and this edition is the result.

Literature on the microorganisms associated with tree seeds is available from various sources which are sometimes inaccessible to researchers. The present revised Checklist follows the pattern of its predecessor. Anderson, Robert L. Checklist of Micro-Organisms Associated With Tree Seeds in the World, Anderson, Robert L.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Barry, Patrick J.

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This page will only touch on the diversity, biology, and habitats of New Zealand. The larvae hatch in the seeds and feed on their nutritive reserves, consuming % of the seeds (threat Problematic native species/diseases - Named species).

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