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Anatomical Study of the Decay Caused by the White-Rot Fungus Trametes Trogii (Aphyllophorales) in Wood of Salix and Populus

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Different stages of decay caused in vitro by Trametes trogii in Salix sp. and Populus sp. wood are described. Anatomical features are reported in three stages of this process. Decay progressed in a different pattern in both species studied. In Populus sp. T. trogii caused a combination of selective delignification and simultaneous decay within the same substrate. In advanced stages wood blocks exhibited large empty holes and a spongy structure. In Salix sp. a simultaneous white-rot decay took place. Only vessels remained and the residual white-rotted wood developed a stringy appearance.


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