Spread of Stereum sanguinolentum Vegetative Compatibility Groups within a Stand and within Stems of Picea abies

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  title={Spread of Stereum sanguinolentum Vegetative Compatibility Groups within a Stand and within Stems of Picea abies},
  author={Rimvydas Vasiliauskas and Jan Stenlid},
  year={1998}
}
A total of 57 naturally established Stereum sanguinolentum isolates was obtained from artificially wounded Picea abies stems in a forest area of 2 ha in Lithuania. Somatic incompatibility tests revealed 27 vegetative compatibility groups (VCGs) that contained 1–10 isolates. There was no spatial clustering of S. sanguinolentum VCGs within the forest area. The extent of S. sanguinolentum decay was analysed in 48 P. abies stems, 9– 26 cm in diameter at breast height. Within 7 years of wounding… CONTINUE READING

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