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Larry F Grand Mycological Herbarium

Larry F Grand Mycological Herbarium

North Carolina State University. Research and Educational Use of North Carolina State University Mycological Herbarium Through Improved Computerization and Internet Presence & The Macrofungi Collection Consortium > 8,000 Collections Fungi (Wood Decay, Plant Pathogens, Jelly, Rust and Smut)

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WOOD DECAY

WOOD DECAY

WOOD DECAY. Unique arrangement of fruiting bodies (aka sporophores, conks). Order Aphyllophorales (aka Polyporales) - bracket fungi. i. Hymenium lines small pores on underside of sporophore. ii. Important genera – Polyporus, Fomes Order Agaricales - mushrooms.

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WOOD DECAY

WOOD DECAY

WOOD DECAY. Unique arrangement of fruiting bodies (aka sporophores, conks). Order Aphyllophorales (aka Polyporales) - bracket fungi. i. Hymenium lines small pores on underside of sporophore. ii. Important genera – Polyporus, Fomes Order Agaricales - mushrooms.

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Ecological Associations of Hymenomycetes: Wood Decay and Mycorrhizae

Ecological Associations of Hymenomycetes: Wood Decay and Mycorrhizae

Ecological Associations of Hymenomycetes: Wood Decay and Mycorrhizae. Pl P 421/521 General Mycology. Fungi as agents of decomposition. Host death. Epiphytic fungi. Endophytes, weak parasites. Pioneer saprotrophic fungi. Polymer-degrading fungi. Secondary opportunistic fungi.

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Decay

Decay

The Decay of Unstable Nuclei. Decay. Heavy Particle Decay. electrometer. Discovery of a Radioactivity. Heavy nuclides ( Gd , U, Pu ,..) spontaneously emit a particles. Mass systematics  energetically allowed.

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DECAY

DECAY

DECAY. Decay is one of the more dominant motifs in the novel.  Not only are natural and man-made worlds in decay, but so are physical states, memory, and morality.  Collect cited quotations about these images in the novel. . ASH & FIRE IMAGERY.

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Decay

Decay

Kinetics of Nuclear Decay. Decay. Nuclear Decay Types. There are many unstable nuclei - in nature Nuclear Science began with Henri Becquerel’s discovery (1896) of uranium radioactivity and man-made:. N neutron number Z proton number A=N+Z. Types of decay:. “weak” interactions. mc 2.

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Decay

Decay

Decay. Btec Level 2 Final Project. Task 1:. Analyse the brief and write a project proposal. PASS

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Alpha decay

Alpha decay

Alpha decay. Alpha particles consist of two protons plus two neutrons. They are emitted by some of the isotopes of the heaviest elements. Example: The decay of Uranium 238. 238. U. 92. 234. Th. 4. 4. α. He. 90. 2. 2. +.

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Exponential decay

Exponential decay

Exponential decay. When discharging the capacitor, the current time graph has this particular form. It is exponential in form. (The “mathematical” form of a curve like this never actually falls to zero though in practice it does). Current μ A. Time s. Exponential decay.

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RADIOACTIVE DECAY

RADIOACTIVE DECAY

RADIOACTIVE DECAY. WHAT MAKES AN ELEMENT RADIOACTIVE?. It has an unstable atomic nucleus. A nucleus is only stable with the right number of protons and neutrons An unstable nucleus will undergo radioactive decay giving off invisible waves of energy in the process.

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Exponential Decay

Exponential Decay

Exponential Decay. Decay Factor. The constant factor that each value in an exponential decay pattern is multiplied by to get the next value. Decay factor = the base in an exponential decay equation, y = a(b x ). Example: y = 15(.25 x ) .25 is the decay factor.

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