Inhibition and Stimulation Effects in Communities of Wood Decay Fungi: Exudates from Colonized Wood Influence Growth by Other Species

@article{HeilmannClausen2004InhibitionAS,
  title={Inhibition and Stimulation Effects in Communities of Wood Decay Fungi: Exudates from Colonized Wood Influence Growth by Other Species},
  author={Jacob Heilmann-Clausen and Lynne Boddy},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={49},
  pages={399-406}
}
The effects of exudates from uncolonized and from partly decayed beech wood on the extension rates of 16 later stage decay fungi were investigated. The partly decayed wood had been colonized by the pyrenomycete Eutypa spinosa, or the basidiomycetes Fomes fomentarius, Stereum hirsutum, and Trametes versicolor, all known as common early decay agents in European beech forests. Sterilized wood pieces were placed onto 0.5% malt agar, opposite to small agar plugs containing the test fungi. The latter… CONTINUE READING

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