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Title: ベッコウタケ接種に対する生立木樹幹二次木部の反応
Other Titles: Changes in the Secondary Xylem of the Living Stem of Four Tree Species in Response to Inoculation with Perenniporia fraxinea
Authors: 上田, 幹朗1 Browse this author
堀, 千明2 Browse this author
玉井, 裕3 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
山岸, 祐介4 Browse this author
宮本, 敏澄5 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
佐野, 雄三6 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Ueta, Mikio1
Hori, Chiaki2
Tamai, Yutaka3
Yamagishi, Yusuke4
Miyamoto, Toshizumi5
Sano, Yuzou6
Keywords: susceptibility to infection
Perenniporia fraxinea
inoculation test
Issue Date: Jan-2018
Publisher: 日本木材学会 The Japan Wood Research Society
Journal Title: Mokuzai gakkai shi : 木材学会誌
Volume: 64
Issue: 1
Start Page: 1
End Page: 9
Publisher DOI: 10.2488/jwrs.64.1
Abstract: This study aimed to clarify the factors that influence tree susceptibility to infection by the white-rot fungus Perenniporia fraxinea, by inoculating it into stems of four tree species at butt and breast height, and comparing the alterations in the xylem three to five months after inoculation. The four tree species include Robinia pseudoacacia, Cerasus sargentii, Ulmus davidiana var. japonica and Picea glehnii; the former two species are easily infected by this fungus, whereas the latter two species are not. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis detected the inoculated fungus only in the butt xylem of R. pseudoacacia and C. sargentii and the cell walls in the butt xylem tissues of these species were eroded by hyphae. Other xylem alterations (e.g., water accumulation and cell occlusion) differed among tree species, whereas no apparent difference was observed between butt and breast height. For example, water accumulation occurred in the discolored wood tissues around the inoculated holes in both R. pseudoacacia and U davidiana var. japonica, while dehydration occurred in the light-colored wood tissues around the inoculated hole in P. glehnii. In the vicinity of the inoculation holes, resin deposits formed in P. glehnii, whereas cell occlusions by tyloses/gums occurred in the other three species. These results suggest that susceptibility to P. fraxinea infection differs not only among tree species but also between heights above ground. It is likely that no particular response to fungal inoculation in the xylem tissues of these four tree species is closely associated with their susceptibility to the infection by P. fraxinea.
Rights: © 2018 一般社団法人 日本木材学会
© 2018 The Japan Wood Research Society
Type: article
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Submitter: 佐野 雄三

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