Canadian Forest Service Publications

Clones of Armillaria ostoyae and the pattern of infected juvenile lodgepole pine in Alberta, Canada. 1991. Klein-Gebbinck, H.W.; Blenis, P.V.; Hiratsuka, Y. European Journal of Forest Pathology 21(5): 260-266.

Year: 1991

Available from: Northern Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 11244

Language: English

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Abstract

Small patches of dead trees were common among 7- to 15-year-old Pinns contorta var. latifolia in Alberta, Canada. The sizes of clones of Armillaria ostoyae, determined by pairing diploid isolates, was larger than these patches. Pairing diploid isolates on strips of Betula papyrifera provided a clear indication of clonal relationships.

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