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Xylaria at the Forest Products Laboratory : past, present, and futureAuthor(s): Regis B. Miller
Source: Wood to survive. Tervuren, Belgique : Musee royal de l`Afrique centrale, 1999. Annales. Sciences economiques ; vol. 25.:p. 243-.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis report describes the history and current status of wood collections housed in the Center for Wood Anatomy Research at the Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service. The collections include the original Madison collection (MADw.) and the collection formerly housed at the Yale School of Forestry, Yale University (SJRw.) and the Chicago Field Museum (Fw.). General statistics are provided for MADw collection, including the Fw collection. Prospects and hopes for the future of xylaria at the Forest Products Laboratory are discussed.
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CitationMiller, Regis B. 1999. Xylaria at the Forest Products Laboratory : past, present, and future. Wood to survive. Tervuren, Belgique : Musee royal de l`Afrique centrale, 1999. Annales. Sciences economiques ; vol. 25.:p. 243-.
KeywordsRoot rots, Decayed wood, Plant collections, Specimens, Xylaria
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