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Topically applied chemicals prove ineffective in stimulating wound compartmentalization






Journal of Arboriculture 17(1): 26

Topically applied chemicals prove ineffective in stimulating wound compartmentalization

Complex phenolic compounds were thought to be major components of Wall 2 compartmentalization processes after wounding. Twelve simple phenolic compounds were applied in May 1983 to wounds on stems of red maple of known genetic compartmentalization. Treated trees were harvested in December 1984. All weak-compartmentalizing trees showed discoloration towards the pith and all strong-compartmentalizing trees built an effective Wall 2.

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