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Fungi Symposium On Demand

12/04/2022

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Fungi Symposium On Demand



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Course Objectives:

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Course Content:

Watch on demand the recordings from The Fungi Symposium. Organised by the Arboricultural Association and Lynne Boddy, this one-day online event featured a selection of international experts who were each invited to deliver a presentation about one of the chapters of Fungi and Trees: Their Complex Relationships. Ten presentations from 11 speakers include an opening talk from David Humphries and Christopher Wright about fungal fruit bodies, using their own book as a guide.

Please ignore the arbitrary start date for this course. You will receive access via the joining instructions which are sent on purchase.

Programme

Session 1

Topic

Speaker(s)

Welcome and introduction

John Parker and Lynne Boddy

Chapter 1: The fruiting bodies of labour

David Humphries and Christopher Wright

Chapter 2: Trees – A long-lived, moveable feast

Jill Butler

Break

Chapter 3: Forest microbiome and associated fungal endophytes: Functional roles and impact on tree health

Fred Asiegbu

Chapter 4: Ash dieback: What we know now

Matt Combes

Q&A and discussion

All

Session 2

Topic

Speaker(s)

Welcome and introduction

John Parker and Lynne Boddy

Chapter 5: Interactions between arthropods and polypore fruiting bodies

Lisa Fagerli Lunde

Chapter 6: Fungus wars and fungal community development

Lynne Boddy

Break

Chapter 7: Heart-rot and hollowing of oak

Rich Wright

Chapter 8: Sapwood decay in living trees

Dan Eastwood

Q&A and discussion

All

Session 3

Topic

Speaker(s)

Welcome and introduction

John Parker and Lynne Boddy

Chapter 9: The problem of invasive mycorrhizal fungi

Anne Pringle

Chapter 10: Management for conservation of threatened wood decay fungi

Jenni Nordén

Q&A and discussion

Module Pre-requisites:

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