LATENT DECAY FUNGI: THE HIDDEN FOE?

@inproceedings{Boddy1994LATENTDF,
  title={LATENT DECAY FUNGI: THE HIDDEN FOE?},
  author={Lynne M Boddy},
  year={1994}
}
  • Lynne M Boddy
  • Published 1994
  • Biology
  • Summary In the sapwood of branches and trunks of angiosperm trees, extensive (several, sometimes many metres) columns af decay, occupied by a single fungal individual frequently develop rapidly (often in less than one growing season), in the absence of major wounds. Such rapid and extensive colonization is unlikely to result from mycelial extension from a single focus. However, the patterns can be explained by the presence of latent fungus propagules (such as yeasts, hyphal fragments or spores… CONTINUE READING

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