CONTRIBUCIÃ“N AL CONOCIMIENTO DEL GÃ‰NERO PLECTANIA (PEZIZALES, SARCOSOMATACEAE) EN MÃ‰XICO
- Enzymatic characterization of Chilean native wood-rotting fungi for potential use in the bioremediation of polluted environments with chlorophenols. G. Tortella; O. Rubilar; L. Gianfreda; E. Valenzuela; M. Diez // World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology;Dec2008, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p2805
AbstractÂ Â This work presents a preliminary report of a series of studies on the ability of several indigenous wood-rotting fungi from Chile to produce hydrolytic and ligninolytic enzymes and the evaluation of these native microorganism to future research on potential applications in...
- Incidence of Wood-Destroying Organisms in Oregon Residential Structures. Mankowski, Mark; Morrell, J.J. // Forest Products Journal;Jan2000, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p49
The incidence of wood, destroying organisms in homes was surveyed in Oregon. Decay fungi were the most common wood-destroying organisms, except in the drier, eastern region, where termites were more common, and in the wet, coastal region, where wood-boring beetles (Anobiidae) were equally...
- Better Ways to Lasting Wood. MacDonald, MaryLee // Old House Journal;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p64
Focuses on the use of borate as an intoxicant against wood-destroying fungi and insects.
- Decay resistance and microscopic analysis of wood-cement composites. Goodell, B.; Daniel, G. // Forest Products Journal;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 47 Issue 11/12, p75
Presents a study of three commercially produced wood cement composites for decay resistance against the brown-rot fungus Gloeophyllum trabeum and the white-rot fungus Trametes versicolor. Microscopic examination of the wood and cement portions of a selected set of the composites after decay...
- One-Step Test for Early Detection of Decay. // Journal of Environmental Health;Oct2003, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p45
Billions of dollars are spent annually to replace the wood destroyed by decay fungi. Damage from these destructive fungi can occur even before signs of a problem are seen. Early detection is key to prolonging the service life of wood products. Researchers at Forests Products Laboratory have...
- Population structure of the wood decay fungus Fomitopsis pinicola. Högberg, Nils; Holdenrieder, Ottmar; Stenlid, Jan // Heredity;Sep99, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p354
Three populations of the wood decay fungus Fomitopsis pinicola, one from each of three countries (Sweden, Russia and Lithuania), were studied by means of arbitrary primed PCR. The genetic structure of the populations was assessed by inferring the genotype of the genets by studying the haplotypes...
- Development of Fungal Stain in Logs of Three Canadian Softwoods. YANG[A], DIAN-QING; GAGNE, PIERRE; UZUNOVIC, ADNAN; GIGNAC, MANON; BERNIER, LOUIS // Forest Products Journal;Feb99, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p39
Presents information on a systematic survey conducted at selected sawmills in eastern Canada to study fungal stain development in logs. Materials and methods used in the investigation; Results and discussion; Conclusion.
- Selected Mechanical and Physical Properties of Chilean Tepa Wood Affected by Butterfly Stain. MCLEMORE, JEFF B.; BRIDGES, JR., WILLIAM C.; Lee[A], ANDY W.C.; TAINTER, FRANK H. // Forest Products Journal;Feb99, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p59
Examines the mechanical properties of tepa wood to determine any potential limitations to commercial applications due to stained condition. Materials and methods used; Results; Discussion.
- Can 'continuity indicator species' predict species richness or red-listed species of saproxylic beetles? Sverdrup-Thygeson, A. // Biodiversity & Conservation;May2001, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p815
Investigates the relationship between the abundance of wood-rotting fungus and environmental variables for the assemblage of saproxylic beetles associated with Fomitopsis pinicola fruiting bodies in a mature spruce forest in southeastern Norway. Criteria used to find and delineate small...