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Evaluation of the aggressiveness of wood decaying fungi: laboratory tests with Pycnoporus sanguineus (fungi, Basidiomycetes)



Evaluation of the aggressiveness of wood decaying fungi: laboratory tests with Pycnoporus sanguineus (fungi, Basidiomycetes)



Anales del Instituto de Biologia Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Botanica 1987; 54: 227-232



Results of tests with 2 isolates against pine and Liquidambar wood showed that the isolate FPRL 150A from Bagchee, India, was much more aggressive than isolate LB 40 from Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico. Both isolates were more active on Liquidambar. FPRL 150 A was more active with the malt agar-block technique.

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