Communities of fungi in decomposed wood of oak and pine

  title={Communities of fungi in decomposed wood of oak and pine},
  author={Hanna Kwaśna and Andrzej Mazur and Andrzej Łabędzki and Robert Kuźmiński and Piotr Łakomy},
The abundance and diversity of wood decomposing fungi were investigated by isolating and cultivating filamentous fungi from wood and by detection of fruit bodies of ascomycetous and basidiomycetous fungi. The objective was to study the impact of forest management on fungi in 100-year-old oak and 87-year-old Scots pine forests in Northern Poland. Fungi were found on coarse woody debris of decayed stumps and fallen logs, boughs and branches in each of the three (managed and unmanaged) examined… CONTINUE READING


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