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Atlas of Wood Decaying Fungi

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By: Y Stancheva, S Bencheva and
349 pages, Col photos, figs
Atlas of Wood Decaying Fungi
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  • Atlas of Wood Decaying Fungi ISBN: 9789546424686 Paperback Sep 2009 Out of Print #182651
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The Atlas of Wood Decaying Fungi contains extensive information on the species composition, level of parasitic activity, and the biological and ecological characteristics of this specific group of fungi. This information could help in the development of effective control measures, since wood-boring fungi cause numerous problems and losses in fruit orchards and stored and processed wood. At the same time, it must be stressed that these fungi are an important component of ecosystems and need to be protected: they are a major factor to be considered in the recycling of substrates and nutrients in forest ecosystems, parks, and roadside verges and hedges.

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By: Y Stancheva, S Bencheva and
349 pages, Col photos, figs
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