By Paul Kramer (Auth.)
This thoroughly revised vintage quantity is an updated synthesis of the in depth learn dedicated to woody vegetation. meant essentially as a textual content for college kids and a reference for researchers, this interdisciplinary ebook will be precious to a extensive diversity of scientists from agroforesters, agronomists, and arborists to plant pathologists, ecophysiologists, and soil scientists. a person drawn to plant body structure will locate this article worthy.
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Structure 44 •Peripheral root systemCentral root s y s t e m (mean crown diameter) Humus' strivers Fig. 25. Schematic representation of a root system of a mature tree. From Lyr and Hoff man (1967). disappear during their first or second year. They commonly are converted to mycorrhizae. The long roots of pines, which are important in developing the framework of the root system, have been further subdivided into "pioneer" and " m o t h e r " roots by Noëlle (1910) and Aldrich-Blake (1930). Wilcox (1964) added a third category of "subordinate mother roots" for red pine.
In quarter-sawn boards ray patterns vary from an inconspicuous figure in maple, with small rays, to the lustrous grain of oak, with conspicuously large rays. BARK The bark is a much more complex tissue system than the wood. In a mature tree the bark includes all tissues outside the cambium, including the inner living phloem and dead outer tissue (rhytidome). More specifically, in tissues that have gone into secon dary thickening, bark tissues include primary and secondary phloem, cortex, and periderm.
Structure hairs by mycorrhizae and some root hairs in uninfected fine roots; (2) limited rootcap tissue in mycorrhizae (rarely more than two cell layers between the apex and fungal sheath) and extensive rootcap tissue in uninfected roots; and (3) occurrence of dif ferentiation much closer to the apex in mycorrhizal than in uninfected roots. The morphology of mycorrhizal rootlets is similar to that which might occur from slow growth as a result of unfavorable environmental conditions. Among qualitative dif ferences abscribed to fungal infection are thickening of the inner cortex and radial elongation of epidermal cells.