New trophic classification of wood-destroying fungi the case of community of pathogenic polypore fungi types on Pedunculate oak
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 2, pp. 965-968
  • Published Online: 05 Aug 2019
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Reference: Dunaev, Alexandr V., Valeriy K. Tokhtar, Elena N. Dunaeva, Alina S. Korotkikh, and Elena V. Kaliuzhnaya. "New trophic classification of wood-destroying fungi the case of community of pathogenic polypore fungi types on Pedunculate oak". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 965-968.

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Reference: Dunaev, A. V., Tokhtar, V. K., Dunaeva, E. N., Korotkikh, A. S., and Kaliuzhnaya, E. V. (2019). New trophic classification of wood-destroying fungi the case of community of pathogenic polypore fungi types on Pedunculate oak. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(2), pp. 965-968.

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Reference: Dunaev, Alexandr V. et al. "New trophic classification of wood-destroying fungi the case of community of pathogenic polypore fungi types on Pedunculate oak". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, vol. 13, no. 2, 2019, pp. 965-968.

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Reference: Dunaev AV, Tokhtar VK, Dunaeva EN, Korotkikh AS, Kaliuzhnaya EV. New trophic classification of wood-destroying fungi the case of community of pathogenic polypore fungi types on Pedunculate oak. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):965-8.

Abstract

Studies were conducted in the seasons 2011-2018. The object of research was the types of common pathogenic Polyporaceae s. l. on the English oak Quercus robur L. in the oak forests of the south-west of the Central Russian Upland (in the administrative boundaries of the Belgorod Region of the Russian Federation). The main subject of research was the trophic specialization of certain types of pathogenic polypore fungi (PPF) on Pedunculate oak. In the process of research, practical methods of direct mycocenologic observation, numerical methods of variation statistics and the method of analogies were used. Based on the generalization of experimental data obtained during the practical study of the trophic specialization of wood-destroying fungi from the commonness of PTH on oak in the oak forests of the south-west of the Central Russian Upland, a new ecotrophic classification has been developed, including the following groups of wood-destroying fungi: biotrophic pathogens, saprotrophic pathogens, pathogenic saprotrophs, non-pathogenic saprotrophs.

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