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Variations in the natural resistance of timber II. Effect of wood-rotting fungi on the natural resistance of selected eucalypt timbers under laboratory conditions



Variations in the natural resistance of timber II. Effect of wood-rotting fungi on the natural resistance of selected eucalypt timbers under laboratory conditions



Material und Organismen 15(3): 195-205



Fungi isolated from heartwood showing no visible damage were Cytospora eucalypticola, Trichoderma harzianum and Penicillium spp. from Eucalyptus regnans; Pesotum sp., Acrodontium sp. and Penicillium spp. from E. grandis and only Penicillium spp. from E. camaldulensis. The natural resistance of the same trees was tested by inoculating wood blocks with Gloeophyllum trabeum, Fomes lividus and Chaetomium globosum.

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