A glossary helps users understand scientific terms.
|Bark||outer, solid, often hard layer surrounding the trunk, branches and roots|
|Ash dieback||Domestic ash trees are currently being massively affected in their distribution and development by the fungus Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus. The perpetrator of the ash dieback, also called "false white stem cup", has established itself in 22 countries in Northern, Eastern and Central Europe and is also found throughout Bavaria in the ash stands.|
|Rendzina||Dark grayish-brown soils developed in grassy regions of high to moderate humidity from soft calcareous marl or chalk.|
Automatic term detection
If a glossary term occurs in the app texts, it is automatically recognized and a link to its definition is added.
Example: recognition of the term "Ash dieback"
The ash is a climate-tolerant tree species and therefore important in the forest conversion induced by climate change. However, it is endangered by ash dieback and cultivation is currently not without risk.