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《Journal of West China Forestry Science》 2015-06
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Species Diversity and Their Isolation and Cultivation of Fungi Associated with Tomicus

WANG Xiao-wei;YUAN Rui-ling;YU Jun-xu;LI Qiao;CHEN Peng;Southwest Forestry University;Yunnan Academy of Forestry;Yunnan Key Laboratory of Forest Plant Cultivation & Utilization;Yunnan University;  
In order to study species variety of fungi associated with Tomicus,Tomicus adults in infected tunnels and blue stain tissues were collected from 10 sites,and MEA medium was used for isolating and purifying the fungi. The results showed that the form of the fungi's fruiting bodies and colonies were different,and they were identified as two genuses,Leptogramphium and Ophiostoma. In terms of insect species,most fungi associated with Tomicus yunnanensis, T. minor and T. brevipilosus were Ophiostoma spp., and most fungi associated with and T. armandii were Leptogramphium spp.. In terms of host plant, most fungi in Pinus yunnanensis and P. kesiya var. langbianensis were Ophiostoma spp.,and most fungi in P. armandii were Leptogramphium spp.. This study could provide basic information for revealing the damage mechanism of Tomicus.
【Fund】: 云南省应用基础重点项目“云南省切梢小蠹伴生真菌种类及在小蠹蛀害中的协同互作机制”(2013FA055)
【CateGory Index】: S763
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