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Keiko Kuroda
Keiko Kuroda
Professor Emeritus, Kobe University, Japan
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Mechanism of cavitation development in the pine wilt disease
K Kuroda
European Journal of Forest Pathology 21 (2), 82-89, 1991
1231991
Effects of cavitation on the development of pine wilt disease caused by Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
K KURODA, T YAMADA, K MINEO, H TAMURA
Japanese Journal of Phytopathology 54 (5), 606-615, 1988
1101988
Responses of Quercus sapwood to infection with the pathogenic fungus of a new wilt disease vectored by the ambrosia beetlePlatypus quercivorus
K Kuroda
Journal of wood science 47 (6), 425-429, 2001
972001
Terpenoids causing tracheid-cavitation in Pinus thunbergii infected by the pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus)
K KURODA
Japanese Journal of Phytopathology 55 (2), 170-178, 1989
751989
Inhibiting factors of symptom development in several Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) families selected as resistant to pine wilt
K Kuroda
Journal of Forest Research 9 (3), 217-224, 2004
672004
Pushing the limits to tree height: could foliar water storage compensate for hydraulic constraints in Sequoia sempervirens?
HR Ishii, W Azuma, K Kuroda, SC Sillett
Functional Ecology 28 (5), 1087-1093, 2014
652014
Physiological incidences related to symptom development and wilting mechanism
K Kuroda
Pine wilt disease, 204-222, 2008
642008
Discoloration of sapwood and blockage of xylem sap ascent in the trunks of wilting Quercus spp. following attack by Platypus quercivorus
K KURODA, T YAMADA
Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 78 (1), 84-88, 1996
601996
Traumatic resin canal formation as a marker of xylem growth
K Kuroda, K Shimaji
Forest Science 29 (3), 653-659, 1983
541983
The pinning method for marking xylem growth in hardwood species
K Kuroda, K Shimaji
Forest Science 30 (2), 548-554, 1984
531984
Migration speed of pine wood nematodes and activities of other microbes during the development of pine-wilt disease in Pinus thunbergii
K KURODA, S ITO
Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 74 (5), 383-389, 1992
501992
Wound effects on xylem cell differentiation in a conifer
K Kuroda, K Shimaji
IAWA Journal 5 (4), 295-305, 1984
481984
Wound effects on cytodifferentiation in the secondary xylem of woody plants
K Kuroda
Wood research: bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 72 …, 1986
441986
Bursaphelenchus xylophilus induced pine wilt: factors associated with resistance
K Kuroda, T Yamada, S Ito
European journal of forest pathology 21 (6‐7), 430-438, 1991
431991
Function and structure of leaves contributing to increasing water storage with height in the tallest Cryptomeria japonica trees of Japan
W Azuma, HR Ishii, K Kuroda, K Kuroda
Trees 30, 141-152, 2016
392016
Magnetic resonance micro-imaging of xylem sap distribution and necrotic lesions in tree stems
K Kuroda, Y Kanbara, T Inoue, A Ogawa
IAWA journal 27 (1), 3-17, 2006
392006
Seasonal rhythms of xylem growth measured by the wounding method and with a band-dendrometer: an instance of Chamaecyparis obtusa
K Kuroda, Y Kiyono
IAWA journal 18 (3), 291-299, 1997
381997
Wound effects on cytodifferentiation in hardwood xylem
K Kuroda, K Shimaji
IAWA Journal 6 (2), 107-118, 1985
321985
Xylem dysfunction in Yezo spruce (Picea jezoensis) after inoculation with the blue‐stain fungus Ceratocystis polonica
K Kuroda
Forest Pathology 35 (5), 346-358, 2005
272005
Xylem dysfunction in Ficus carica infected with wilt fungus Ceratocystis ficicola and the role of the vector beetle Euwallacea interjectus
C Kajii, T Morita, S Jikumaru, H Kajimura, Y Yamaoka, K Kuroda
IAWA journal 34 (3), 301-312, 2013
262013
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