Studies on the toxin sensitivity of various strains of fungus species of the genera Coniophora, Poria, Merulius, and Lentinus. II. P. vaporaria and P. vaillantii
Holzforschung 12(3): 4, 73-83; 104-114
Seven strains of C. cerebella differing widely in their capacity for destruction of pine sapwood blocks in malt agar cultures in Kolle flasks were used in these studies at the Bundesanstalt fur Materialpriifung, Berlin-Dahlem. They were most sensitive to Na2HAs04 and HgCl2, slightly less so to NaF and MgSiF6, and most resistant to coal tar creosote and a-chloronaphthalene.