Czech Mycology 53(3): 211–222             Article published: 10th January, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.53304

NOVOTNÝ D.

Contribution to the knowledge of the mycoflora in roots of oaks with and without tracheomycotic symptoms.

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Abstract

The mycoflora of roots of three species of oak (Quercus robur, Q. petraea, Q. rubra) from two localities near Moravské Budějovice (southwest Moravia, Czech Republic) with and without tracheomycotic symptoms was studied. Fifty-seven species of fungi were identified from the samples. The most frequently isolated were Fusarium solani, Penicillium gl and icola, P. glabrum, P. simplicissimum and Acremonium curvulum. In the roots of trees with tracheomycotic symptoms two species of ophiostomatoid fungi were recorded. Abiotic condiontions (insufieciency of precipitation and higher average temperature) are considered to be primary reasons of oak decline.


Keywords:     Quercus robur, Q. petraea, Q. rubra, oak decline, ophiostomatoid fungi, Penicillium, Czech Republic, Moravia

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Novotný D. (2002): Contribution to the knowledge of the mycoflora in roots of oaks with and without tracheomycotic symptoms. – Czech Mycology 53(3): 211–222. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.53304

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