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  Decay of oak Wood provoked by fungus Stereum hirsutum (Willd. ex Fr.) S. F. Gray. and its' essential physiological requirements
 
 
Titel: Decay of oak Wood provoked by fungus Stereum hirsutum (Willd. ex Fr.) S. F. Gray. and its' essential physiological requirements
Auteur: Mirić Milenko
Verschenen in: Glasnik Å umarskog Fakulteta
Paginering: Jaargang 2005 (2005) nr. 91 pagina's 179-192
Jaar: 2005
Inhoud: White rot fungi usually decompose cell walls of attacked wood destroying tissue elements (i.e. parenchyma cells, wood fibres, tension wood, tracheas etc) in different amount, depending to wood-species as well as to its' zones. Different fungi secrete specific enzymes that are responsible for certain damages. As consequence, the wood structure use to be significantly and unfixable decomposed and changed. Microscopical analyses that have been run provided clear and indicative information relating to effects of fungal activity on wood tissue. Physiological requirements of fungi are for shore of the highest importance in understanding of mechanism of decaying process in the wood. The most important factors as like temperature and concentration of H ions, as well as main nutrients as sources of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus can affect the behaviour of wood decaying fungi. The impacts of these factors on the growth and production on mycelial mass of Stereum hirsutum (Willd. ex Fr.) S.F. Gray., have been investigated. This fungus is one of the most frequent appearing on the Sessile- and Pedunculate Oak weakened trees or felled logs, behaving as parasite as well as saprophyte. As a causer of Oak sapwood white rot S. hirsutum causes significant damages of wood at forest- as well as at industrial storages.
Uitgever: Faculty of Forestry (provided by DOAJ)
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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