Kuragina N.S. ASSESSMENT OF PLANTING CONDITION OF THE NATURE PARK “VOLGA-AKHTUBA FLOODPLAIN” ON THE BASIS OF THE XYLOTROPHIC MYCOBIOTA ANALYSIS

Kuragina Nadezhda Sergeevna
Postgraduate Student, Department of Biology, Volgograd State University
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Abstract. For the first time we were investigated wood-destroying fungi Northern part of the nature Park “Volga-Akhtuba floodplain”. Xylotrophic fungi are involved on the one hand in the process of the decomposition of dead wood, on the other – cause huge economic damage, destroying the average 10-30 % prepared wood. The aim of the research is the study of species composition of wood-destroying fungi natural Park and assessment of anthropogenic load, ecological state Park. Research mycobiota in the Park were conducted in April and December 2013. The article gives the ecological characteristics of 46 species of wood-destroying fungi of the nature Park “Volga-Akhtuba floodplain”. The analysis of xylotrophic mycobiota, revealed on the territory of the Park, testifies to the high level of disturbance of forest ecosystems as a result of the effects of complex factors biogenic and abiogenous nature, first of all anthropogenic factor. Studies have confirmed the possibility of using qualitative characteristics xylotrophic mycobiota to assess the impact of anthropogenic factors on the forest communities in the region.
Key words: wood-destroying fungi, forest ecosystems, Volga-Akhtuba floodplain, anthropogenic load, mycobiota.

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