Mycological complex of poplars in Serbia

https://doi.org/10.17221/13/2014-JFSCitation:Keča N., Milenković I., Keča L. (2015): Mycological complex of poplars in Serbia. J. For. Sci., 61: 169-174.
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Poplars are fast-growing broadleaved tree species inhabiting river banks and sites with accessible water supplies. Vegetative propagation makes them suitable for establishing highly productive plantations along big rivers and in flooded plains. The production of large quantities of biomass provides a good substrate for various organisms. The aim of this study was to identify fungal species occurring in the poplar plantations in Serbia and to determine their frequency and role in decomposition of tree parts. Fifty species belonging to the divisions Ascomycota, Basidimycota and Deuteromycota as well as two species from Oomycota (the genus Phytophthora) were reported. Bark was the substrate for 27 species, 14 species were found on leaves and 9 species were wood-decaying fungi.

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