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Enzyme action of brown rot fungi on untreated and Erlit-impregnated Scots pine wood: an IR spectroscopic study



Enzyme action of brown rot fungi on untreated and Erlit-impregnated Scots pine wood: an IR spectroscopic study



Khimiya Drevesiny (2): 99-105, 126



Small specimens were treated with up to 2.0% of Erlit and exposed to agar cultures of Coniophora puteana, Lentinus lepideus, Poria vaporaria and Serpula lacrimans. Changes in the relative intensity of 9 IR absorption bands were correlated with wt. losses in the different treatments.

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