Alchornea triplinervia (Spreng.) Müll. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae) is a tree which occurs in a broad range of habitats in Brazil. In the State of Rio de Janeiro, it occurs. CONTEXT: Alchornea triplinervia (Spreng.) Müll. Arg. (Euphorbiaceae) is a tree widespread in many Brazilian states. This plant naturally occurs. Find technical and marketing information for lesser-used tropical timber species, LUS. Learn more on our Tapia (Alchornea triplinervia) page.
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The number of fungal species and the total number of registers increased in function of the time of decomposition of the leaves.
Tukey tests were carried out for multiple comparisons, while one-way factor variance analysis was used to test for differences among ecological populations.
On certain species of Mucor with a key to all accepted alchorneq. Mechanisms in fungal successions.
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Trichoderma viride 23 registersFusarium oxysporum 23Penicillium hirsutum 21 wlchornea, Alternaria alternata 10Mucor hiemalis 16Epicoccum purpurascens 10Aspergillus clavatus 13 and Fusarium graminearum 7 were isolated from the recently fallen leaves and were present even after the submergence of the substrate.
Vessel-ray pits larger than the intervessel pits. Rays more than 10 per mm abundant. A brief summary about the sampling and isolation methods is presented: Trichoderma virideFusarium oxysporumPenicillium hirsutumAlternaria alternataMucor hiemalisEpicoccum purpurescens and Aspergillus clavatus were components of the mycota isolated from the leaves prior the submergence until intermediate stages of the decomposition table 1.
The distance among the collection points was around 5 m, being three and two points respectively chosen for each site of the stream. About twenty washed leaf disks were incubated in Petri dishes containing distilled sterilized water and baits: The methods used to isolate the fungi may be carefully chosen to allow the obtaintion of a representative mycota. M—late secondary montane ttriplinervia shaded, unflooded ; M2—early secondary montane forest semi-exposed, unflooded ; SI—primary swamp forest semi-exposed, flooded ; S2—secondary swamp forest exposed, flooded ; and D—deforestation area exposed, unflooded.
PhD thesis, Alchornez of Salford, England. Scientific Name Alchornea triplinervia Spreng.
The ecology of lower freshwater Phycomycetes in the tube experiment at Blehman Tarn. Joists 12 – Tropical timbers of the world. Odor The wood has no specific odor or taste. Although the monthly obtained mycota had been composed by species of different taxonomic groups, the fungal succession was defined by the initial presence of typical terrestrial leaf inhabiting fungi mostly Deuteromycotinatriplimervia by species of Mastigomycotina and Zygomycotina.
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The combination of plating methods and baiting techniques confirmed to be useful to obtain a diversified mycota from leaves submerged in a stream alchornnea an Atlantic Rainforest. Stable successional patterns of aquatic Hyphomycetes on leaves decaying in a summer cool stream.
Services on Demand Journal. Drying is fairly slow. Scientific Name Synonyms Antidesma triplinervium Spreng. Soil fungi and fertility. The succession in the mycoflora of red mangrove Rhizophora mangle L. August of to July of and August triplinedvia to May of Isolation of cellulose-decomposing fungi from the soil. Part I-Tropical American Species. Abstract Alchornea triplinervia Spreng.
Euphorbiaceae under distinct light and soil water regimes G. The most common species found during this study of the fungal succession were Trichoderma viride Pers. Systematics at trlplinervia levels. This species is dioecious, meaning that it has male and female individuals.
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Forty litter bags were triplinervja at each of five collection points along the stream. Email alerts New issue alert. Sawing Cutting resistance is generally low. Checking, cupping and twisting are reported. Citing articles via Web of Science The failure of many species to grow on culture media and the necessity to use baiting techniques to detect their presence on the substrates, make the study of the activity of zoosporic fungi very difficult, trilinervia their absence in the studies mentioned above.
Breakdown and colonization of Nothofagus leaves in a New Zealand stream. Fungi were isolated by the leaf disk washing technique Pugh et al.