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Developing tools for biodiversity surveys : studies with wood-inhabiting fungi
DisciplineEkologia ja ympäristönhoito
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
ISSN Search the Publication Forum1456-9701
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Resource use of wood-inhabiting fungi in different boreal forest types Juutilainen, Katja; Mönkkönen, Mikko; Kotiranta, Heikki; Halme, Panu (Elsevier, 2017)Generalist species are usually widespread and abundant, and thrive in heterogeneous environments. Specialists, in turn, are generally more restricted in their range, and benefit from more stable conditions. Therefore, ...
Spore production monitoring reveals contrasting seasonal strategies and a trade‐off between spore size and number in wood‐inhabiting fungi Norros, Veera; Halme, Panu; Norberg, Anna; Ovaskainen, Otso (Wiley-Blackwell, 2023)Traits related to reproduction and dispersal drive the assembly and dynamics of species communities and can explain and predict how species respond to habitat loss and fragmentation and to the changing climate. For fungi, ...
Effect of forest naturalness on assemblages of different morphological groups of wood-inhabiting fungi Purhonen, Jenna; Abrego, Nerea; Komonen, Atte; Huhtinen, Seppo; Kotiranta, Heikki; Læssøe, Thomas; Halme, Panu (Open Science Centre, University of Jyväskylä, 2018)Forestry is known to have clear negative effects on the diversity of fungal species, especially on those that are producing large, long living fruitbodies. However, the effect of forestry has not been comprehensively studied ...