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A study of the epiphytic growth habit of Fomes annosus. The role of host vigour in the susceptibility of Pines to Fomes annosus



A study of the epiphytic growth habit of Fomes annosus. The role of host vigour in the susceptibility of Pines to Fomes annosus



Ann. Bot, 31: 124, 755-774; 803-815



At the Bot. Sch., Univ. Cambridge, F. annosus grew epiphytically among the bark scales on pine roots in calcareous soils but not in acidic soils, as a result of natural biological control. Trichoderma spp. are thought to be representative of the antagonistic microflora and distinct types occurred in the 2 classes of soil. The most common green-spored isolates from roots in acid soil were T. viride, while isolates from alkaline soil were T. hamatum.

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