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Title: Basidiomycetes associated with decay of living ornamental trees
Other Titles: Basidiomicetos associados ao decaimento de árvores ornamentais vivas
Keywords: Rigidoporus ulmarius
Perenniporia martius
Wood decay
Apodrecimento da madeira
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: SILVA, B. N. S. da et al. Basidiomycetes associated with decay of living ornamental trees. Revista Agrária Acadêmica, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 5, Sept./Oct. 2019.
Abstract: Despite the high diversity of basidiomycetes in Brazil studies involving species attacking living trees are still scarce. Basidiomyceteous species associated with trunk rot of living trees were identified through morphological and phylogenetic analysis - β-tubulin, Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) and Large Subunit (28S). According to analyses, the isolates PD71 and PD72 have been identified as Perenniporia martius and both PD75 and PD76 as Rigidoporus ulmarius. The identification of species associated with the rot of Delonix regia and Cinnamomum zeylanicum bases and trunks is essential in evaluating the risk of falling and to control decay fungi in the living trees that are mainly used in the ornamentation of streets and squares.
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