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Correlation between temporal changes in moisture contents of the wood after felling and mycelial growth of lentinus edodes


Correlation between temporal changes in moisture contents of the wood after felling and mycelial growth of lentinus edodes



Reports of the Tottori Mycological Institute 18: 169-188



Temporal changes in the moisture contents and vitality of the inner bark and sapwood of cut Quercus serrata Thunb. and Q. acutissima Carruth. were studied for bed-logs of shiitake, L. edodes (Berk.) Sing. cultivation. The relation of the biological activity in inner bark to mycelial growth of L. edodes was also studied. The decrease in the amount of water in the inner bark and sapwood depends on the number of green leaves in the felling season. The water content of the inner bark and sapwood of Q. serrata and Q. acutissima decreased rapidly in less than 10 days from death of leaves. The inner bark tissues declined in vitality with decrease in the water content. When the leaves were artificially detached immediately after cutting down, the water content in the inner barks and sapwood remained unchanged under outdoor conditions for 4 mo. Inoculated mycelia began to grow in inner barks and outer layers of sapwood as the relative turgidity decreased to about 60%. Optimum condition for mycelial growth was about 50% in relative turgidity.

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