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- Park, Junhyung, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Forest science and technology 2017 v.13 no.4 pp. 192-199
- Cornus controversa; X-radiation; bark; calcium; environmental factors; epicuticular wax; exudation; hemorrhage; odors; sap; scanning electron microscopy; spring; sugars; temperature; trees; yeasts
- ... A giant dogwood (Cornus controversa) was bleeding transparent sap that turned into gummy orange slime with a pungent odor on the bark in early April. The tree exudation originated from a branch wound that occurred during the most recent spring pruning. Scanning electron microscopy revealed the intact bark surface was irregularly undulating and covered with at least three types of epicuticular waxe ...