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Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines

B F McLemore

Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine -- United States -- Diseases and pests,
  • Insects as carriers of plant disease

  • Edition Notes

    StatementB. F. McLemore
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service research note SO ; 226
    ContributionsUnited States. Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, La
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14842714M

    FAQ. Last fall, one of my white pine trees turned a yellowish color and lost a lot more needles than usual. The other white pines nearby did a similar thing without the needle loss. The other white pines have recovered and are lush and green, but the original one appears .


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: Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines (USDA Forest Service research note SO). Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines. New Orleans, La.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

Strobili andConelet Losses In Four Species Of Southern Pines B. McLEMORE SUMMARY In a central Louisiana seed orchard, 27, female strobili were tagged on selected clones of 4 pine species (lobloiiy, slash, shortleaf, and longleaf) over 4 years.

Only 41 percent devei-oped into cones. Losses were tallied by date and, when possible, by cause. Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines / B. McLemore. By B. (Bobbie Frank) McLemore.

Abstract. 5 p. Topics: Pine--United States--Diseases and pests., Insects as carriers of plant disease. Publisher: New Orleans, La Author: B. (Bobbie Frank) McLemore. Loss of a strobilus, conelet or cone represented the loss of all PS in that structure. Damage by seedbugs or seedworms to individual seed represented a partial loss of seed within a cone.

By using no. seed cone- 1, both conelet, cone and seed loss could be compared on an equivalent by: Ten years of observation did not show any correlation between size of conelet and pollen crops in longleaf pine.

Variable but usually heavy annual losses of longleaf pine conelets can be expected; observed losses have ranged from 65 to percent (2,24,30). Several agents, alone or in combination, may be responsible.

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SO McNeil, M., and Black, C.R. Low temperature induced biochemical mechanisms: implications for cold acclimation and deacclimation. In Global Cited by: Strobili and conelet losses in four species of southern pines (Research Note SO). New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Forest.

the pines as strobili rather than flowers because of a difference in structure. However, the function of each is to reproduce the plant, and throughout this book the termflower will be used because it is more familiar. Most of the principal characteristics of flowering in the southern pines are common to all species.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The fungal pathogen Fusarium circinatum (Nirenberg and O' Donnell) is the causal agent of pine pitch canker (PPC) disease, which seriously affects conifer species in forests and nurseries worldwide.

In Europe, PPC is only established in the Iberian Peninsula. Summary of Invasiveness Top of page. Pinus elliottii var. elliottii, commonly known as slash pine, is an important timber tree species native to the lower coastal plain within the southeastern grow up to 36 m in height and m in diameter, producing a long, clear bole.

Because of its rapid early growth and production of highly valuable wood products, it has been widely introduced. Conelet abortion rates between and 12% have been reported for lodgepole pine seed orchards in the southern interior of B.C.

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FALL FallLongleaf-Leader_Layout 1 9/14/15 PM Page 3 Day hiker in Weymouth Woods in Southern Pines, NC. Photo by Robert Abernethy. because of conelet losses during their. The genus Ips includes some of the most important forest pests of pines and spruces, with seven species occurring in Europe.

In Southern Europe, the most important species is I. sexdentatus, causing significant mortality in pine stands (Pinus sylvestris Linnaeus, P. pinaster and P. radiata) affected by fires, storms or droughts [30,56,57].Cited by: 2. Insect enemies of the pine in the Black Hills forest reserve: an account of results of special investigations, with recommendations for preventing losses / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Entomology, ), by A. Hopkins (page images at HathiTrust) The principal cactus insects of the United States /. McLemore () shewed that most conelet losses in loblolly pines were caused by insects. Data were not available to attest to the relative degree of insect losses for the years 19 76 through 19 Some survey data were availalbe to provide an estimate of the overall seriousness of.

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In the South, dying pines and fresh logs are quickly attacked by the pine sawyers. In sufficient numbers they may cause a significant loss of wood fiber and degrade sawlogs.

These species are commonly found in the South infesting southern pine, fir, and spruce wherever the hosts grow. The pines are widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere, and include about 80 distinct species with over varieties. The species enumerated here are especially common in the eastern part of the United states, growing either native in the forest or under cultivation in the parks.

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Experiment 1. To determine whether feeding by adult female L. occidentalis causes conelet abortion in lodgepole pine, conelets and cones were enclosed in white polyester sleeve cages, 50 × 20 cm, with a 1-mm mesh on 28 May at Vernon Seed Orchard, Vernon, B.C. On 17 August, one field-collected adult female L.

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