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The response of visible/near infrared absorbance to wood-staining fungiAuthor(s): Brian K. Via; Lori G. Eckhardt; Chi-Leung So; Todd F. Shupe; Leslie H. Groom; Michael Stine
Source: Wood and Fiber Science, Vol. 38(4): 717-726
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe influence of blue-stain fungi [Ophiostoma minus (Hedgcock) H. and P. Sydow and Leptographium serpens (Goid.) Siemaszko] on absorbance at the visible and near infrared wavelengths was investigated. Forty trees were sampled at breast height from longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.). One half of each increment core was inoculated with one of two fungi treatments while the other half served as a control.
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CitationVia, Brian K.; Eckhardt, Lori G.; So, Chi-Leung; Shupe, Todd F.; Groom, Leslie H.; Stine, Michael. 2006. The response of visible/near infrared absorbance to wood-staining fungi. Wood and Fiber Science, Vol. 38(4): 717-726
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