Small Mammals Disperse Micromycete Spores

@article{Shchipanov2003SmallMD,
  title={Small Mammals Disperse Micromycete Spores},
  author={Nikolay A. Shchipanov and Dmitrii Y. Aleksandrov and A. V. Aleksandrova},
  journal={Doklady Biological Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={390},
  pages={225-230}
}
Microscopic, mostly imperfect, fungi play an important role in the degradation of the organic matter, especially of lignin, cellulose, chitin, and keratin, which are difficult to degrade. Thus, because of the microscopic fungal activity, the substances return to the ecosystem cycle of matter in the form accessible to plants [1, 2], which is especially important in forest ecosystems, the dynamics of which depend to a great extent on the rate of litter degradation. The latter parameter is… CONTINUE READING

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