succession of Decay and Stain Fungi In Stored Conifer Pulpwood Logs In Kenya

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1978
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. Olembo T. W
Griffin H. D.
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this study has eastblished perhaps for the first time that the lower fungi belonging mainly to the hyphomycetes also play a significant role in the decay and stain defect in stored logs in both pinus patula and p. radiata colonization by trichodema sp. was most rapid causing a decline in the intial visible colonisation by stereum senguinolentum . the phenomenon of this rapid succession of theses two fungi is discussed . it was also observed that cupresus jusitenica was remarkably resistant to such decay and stain organisms
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, p. 1-11
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