Forest occurrence of Trichoderma species: emphasis on potential organochlorine (Xenobiotic) degradation.

@article{Smith1995ForestOO,
  title={Forest occurrence of Trichoderma species: emphasis on potential organochlorine (Xenobiotic) degradation.},
  author={Walter H. Smith},
  journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety},
  year={1995},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={179-83}
}
Fungi of the genus Trichoderma are recognized as "keystone or controller" organisms in forest soils due to their involvement in decomposition and nutrient cycling and their regulation of associated mycoflora. Recent evidence has identified additional potential importance in the decomposition of xenobiotics. Both T. harzianum and T. viride have been shown capable of organochlorine degradation in vitro. During the 1990 growing season soil immersion tubes were employed to sample Trichoderma… CONTINUE READING

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