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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.11.2019.tde-20191218-151936
Document
Author
Full name
Maria Aparecida de Jesus
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Piracicaba, 1988
Supervisor
Title in Portuguese
Hymenomycetes Lignocelulolíticos de floresta nativa e de Pinus elliottii Engelm. do Parque Estadual das Fontes do Ipiranga, São Paulo, SP
Keywords in Portuguese
FLORESTAS
FUNGOS LIGNOCELULOLITICOS
HYMENOMYCETES
PINHEIRO
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho teve como objetivo efetuar o levantamento de Hymenomycetes de floresta nativa e de Pinus elliottii Engelm. submetidas as mesmas variáveis climáticas, bem como estabelecer eventuais correlações entre espécies fúngicas, habitat e fatores ambientais. Os resultados mostraram que a micota está distribuída em 9 famílias com 45 gêneros e 67 espécies distintamente para cada tipo de floresta. Na floresta nativa, Antrodiella hydrophila, Grammothele sp., Trametes versicolor, foram as mais frequentes. Grammothele, Schizopora, Teccherinum, Stereum e Trametes frutificaram em toda a extensão da tora. Antrodiella, Auricularia, Grammothele, Steccherinum, Stereum e Trametes ocorreram somente na floresta nativa. Na floresta de P. elliotti, Scytinostroma foi o gênero mais frequente e Cladoderris dendrítica e Skvortzovia furfurella ocorreram somente neste substrato. As observações de campo revelaram que os fatores ambientais (condições climáticas, microhabitat) e estádio de decomposição da tora podem influenciar no desenvolvimento das espécies estudadas
Title in English
Lignocellulitic hymenomycetes of natlve and Pinus elliottii forests of the Fontes do Iplranga State Park, Sao Paulo, SP
Abstract in English
The purpose of this paper was to perform a survey of Hymenomycetes of a native forest and a P. elliottii stand uper the same climatic conditions in order to establish any occasional correlation between the fungal species, habitat and environmental factor. The results showed that mycoflora is distinct for each kind of forest and it is distributed in 9 families, 45 genera and 67 species. In the native forest, Antrodiella hydrophila, Grammothele sp., Phellinus gilvus, Rigidoporus microporus, Schizopora lavipora and Trametes versicolor were the most frequent fungi; Antrodiella, Auricularia, Grammothele, Steccherinum, Stereum and Trametes were specific to this kind of forest and the Grammothele, Schizopora, Steccherinum, Stereum and Trametes appeared in the whole extension of the logs. In the P. elliottii forest the genus Scytinostroma was the most frequent and Cladoderris dendrítica and Skvortzovia furfurella appeared only in this forest. The genera Cladoderris dendríticaand Scytinostroma apperared in the whole extension of the logs. Field observations showed that climatic conditions (temperature, rain, microhabitat) and decay stage of the logs affteed the development of the fungal species studied
 
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2019-12-19
 
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