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Strategy of wood-destroying fungi behavior related to dynamics of forest biogeocenoses
- Storozhenko, V. G.
- Contemporary problems of ecology 2015 v.8 no.7 pp. 879-884
- decay fungi, forest communities, forests, mycobiota
- The behavior of wood-destroying fungi during succession processes of biogeocenoses of the primary forest cover is considered. Structural characteristics of forest fungal biota and its functional role in the nutrient cycle of forest communities are reviewed. The individual and social participation of biotrophic fungi in forest formation and degradation are examined. General regularities of behavior of wood-destroying fungi in the genesis of the forest community are outlined. The behavior of biotrophic wood-destroying fungi during the successional formation of forests starting from initiation and ending in the climax is assessed.