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Temporal Changes in the Infection Court After Wounding...
... Infection Court After Wounding... Temporal Changes in the Infection Court After Wounding of Peach Bark and Their Association with Cultivar Variation in Infection by Leucostoma ... infection court was no longer susceptible to infection, it was estimated that the infection court of the most susceptible cultivar would remain receptive to inoculum approximately 19 days longer than the infection court ...
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Armillaria Root Rots
... L. Shigo Tree Biology This red spruce root (Picea rubens) has compartmentalized the Armillaria infection, but space for storage has been greatly decreased. Note the fungus wedge in ... infection court for microorganisms, such as those in the genus Phytophthora. The dead spots could also be opening for other organisms. The broken mycorrhiza shows the basal attachment that could be an infection court ...
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CANKER
... , as shown here. Branch stubs are the usual infection courts. To understand canker rots, cross sections and longitudinal ... wood formed by the tree in response to the infection. Know your marketplace! Why do arborists need to know ... infection court is dying, not dead, branch bases. At this point they may not be seen or recognized as stubs. I believe further that the most serious type of infection court ...
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On-Line Glossary: A
... . (21) agent of inoculation. That which transports inoculum from its source to or into the infection court (e.g., wind, splashing rain, insects, humans). (20) agglutination. The formation of insoluble aggregates following ...
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On-Line Glossary: I
... (21) infection. The interaction of parasite with host; the beginning of that interaction. (21) infection court. A site in or on a host plant where infection can occur. (5) infection thread. ... site where infection is possible (the infection court). (3) inoculum. The population of microorganisms introduced in an inoculation; the units of a parasite capable of initiating an infection. (3) inoperculate. ...
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Abstracts
... 1984. Boundary zone formation in peach bark in response to wounds and Cytospora leucostoma infection. Can. J. Bot. 62:2814-2821. Biggs, A.R.1986. Comparative anatomy and host ... the infection court following wounding of peach bark are associated with cultivar variation in infection by Leucostoma persoonii. Phytopathology 79:627-630. Biggs, A.R. 1989. Pruning technique affects Leucostoma infection and ...
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Disease profile form
... Means of Dissemination: ___________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Infection Court(s): ___________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Survival (overwintering ...
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... in seed tree orchards can be an important infection court. Mechanical injury as seen at the base of this tree is also a site of infection. Infection courts also are found at the broken ...
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July 2003 Newsletter
... reported annually.    Most of these cases are newborns who contract tetanus through contamination or infection of the umbilical cord. Emil von Behring developed a vaccine against diphtheria and tetanus ... :910.815.2941 Email: Brittin@dellepro.com Hospitality Chair: Bob & Pat Moore 4114 Kittiwake Court Southport, NC 28461 Phone: 910.253.7519 Email: bobrtm@earthlink.net Parlamentarian: Tom Landis ...
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December 2003 Newsletter
... in the morning.  This mixture will kill new spores, which will help prevent infection, but won’t kill existing infection. Keep the bed heavily mulched.  We use pine straw.  Anything, including grass ... Phone:910.815.2941 Email: Brittin@dellepro.com Hospitality Chair: Bob & Pat Moore 4114 Kittiwake Court Southport, NC 28461 Phone: 910.253.7519 Email: bobrtm@earthlink.net Parlamentarian: Tom Landis 108 ...
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