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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Resistance Of Two Treated Bamboo Species Against Xylophagous Fungi
Author: Tiburtino
Rogy Frigeri; Paes
Juarez Benigno; Vidaurre
Graziela Baptista; Beraldo
Antonio Ludovico; Chaves Arantes
Marina Donaria
Abstract: This work aimed to evaluate the resistance of bamboo species Bambusa vulgaris and Dendrocalamus giganteus, after being exposed to three methods of chemical preservative treatments against the action of Postia placenta and Polyporus fumosus fungi. The treatment methods employed were transpiration (integral and ruptured diaphragm), long-term immersion and Boucherie modified. The bamboo stems were transformed into culms of 2.0 m long and treated in a solution of 1 or 3% active ingredient (a.i.) of a commercial product based on copper, chromium and boron (CCB). In the methods by transpiration and the long-term immersion, culms were exposed in solutions for periods of 5, 10 or 15 days, while in the modified Boucherie method there was no segregation of treatment between times of treatment. To assess the effectiveness of the treatments, Postia placenta and Polyporus fumosus fungi were employed. From the results obtained it was observed that, on average, for both species of bamboo and tested methods, the mass loss of samples of bamboo, after undergoing the fungal attack, was low, varying from 2.44 to 14.26%.
Subject: Forestry
Country: VICOSA
Citation: Resistance Of Two Treated Bamboo Species Against Xylophagous Fungi. Univ Federal Vicosa, v. 39, p. 567-574 MAY-JUN-2015.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/0100-67622015000300018
Date Issue: 2015
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