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Basidiocarp development in Gloeophyllum (Lenzites) saepiarium in the natural environment

, : Basidiocarp development in Gloeophyllum (Lenzites) saepiarium in the natural environment. Canadian Journal of Botany 50(5): 1017-1024 + 2 pl.

Reports the results of field studies on the long-term influence of the natural environment on the stages of development of the wood-decay fungus G. saepiarium and of laboratory studies on the microstructural features associated with various habitats.


DOI: 10.1139/b72-125

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