The mechanism of mycelial strand induction in Serpula

Experiments were carried out on the conditions favouring strand formation in the mycelium of Serpula lacrimans. The mechanism of strand production proposed by Garrett and Butler (1960) was taken THE MECHANISM OF MYCELIAL STRAND INDUCTION IN SERPULA LACRIMANS: A POSSIBLE EFFECT OF NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION. Authors. SARAH C. WATKINSON. Department of Agricultural Science, University of Oxford; Search for more papers by this author. First published: November 1971 Full publication history; DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.1971.tb04590.x View/save citation; Cited by: 12 articles Photo about Serpula lacrymans syn Merulius mycelium on wood, the dry rot detail decaying wood. Image of construction, closeup, growing - 135513674 Experiments were carried out on the conditions favouring strand formation in the mycelium of Serpula lacrimans. The mechanism of strand production proposed by Garrett and Butler (1960) was taken as a working hypothesis. Colonies of the fungus were grown on a liquid medium of a nutrient composition found previously to induce stranding. In one set of cultures this medium was renewed daily by detail of Serpula lacrymans mycelium – kaufen Sie dieses Foto und finden Sie ähnliche Bilder auf Adobe Stock Serpula lacrimans and it was also shown by using '*C-lahelIed glucose that carbon was trans-ported between old and new food b^es. Further experiments using '*C as a tracer showed that there was a loss of substances containing carbon from intact hyphae and from strand-forming mycelium. Values have been obtained for water flux and the velocity of flow through mycelium of Serpula lacrimans growing over Perspex. The values are 1–23 time…

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