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  • Bark coverage shifts assembly processes of microbial decomposer communities in dead wood. [Journal Article]
    Proc Biol Sci 2019; 286(1912):20191744Hagge J, Bässler C, … Thorn S
  • Bark protects living trees against environmental influences but may promote wood decomposition by fungi and bacteria after tree death. However, the mechanisms by which bark determines the assembly process and biodiversity of decomposers remain unknown. Therefore, we partially or completely removed bark from experimentally felled trees and tested with null modelling whether assembly processes were…
  • An evolutionary signal to fungal succession during plant litter decay. [Journal Article]
    FEMS Microbiol Ecol 2019; 95(10)Vivelo S, Bhatnagar JM
  • Ecologists have frequently observed a pattern of fungal succession during litter decomposition, wherein different fungal taxa dominate different stages of decay in individual ecosystems. However, it is unclear which biological features of fungi give rise to this pattern. We tested a longstanding hypothesis that fungal succession depends on the evolutionary history of species, such that different …
  • The diversity and ecological roles of Penicillium in intertidal zones. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):13540Park MS, Oh SY, … Lim YW
  • Members of the genus Penicillium are commonly isolated from various terrestrial and marine environments, and play an important ecological role as a decomposer. To gain insight into the ecological role of Penicillium in intertidal zones, we investigated the Penicillium diversity and community structure using a culture-dependent technique and a culture independent metagenomic approach using ITS (IT…
  • Draft Genome Sequence of the Griseofulvin-Producing Fungus Xylaria flabelliformis Strain G536. [Journal Article]
    Microbiol Resour Announc 2019; 8(38)Mead ME, Raja HA, … Rokas A
  • The draft genome of the ascomycete fungus Xylaria flabelliformis (previously known as Xylaria cubensis) was sequenced using Illumina paired-end technology. The assembled genome is 41.2 Mb long and contains 11,404 genes. This genome will contribute to our understanding of X. flabelliformis secondary metabolism and the organism's ability to live as a decomposer as well as an endosymbiont.
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