Trametes hirsuta

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Trametes hirsuta
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Scientific classification
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T. hirsuta
Binomial name
Trametes hirsuta
(Wulfen) Lloyd (1924)
Synonyms

Boletus hirsutus Wulfen (1791)
Boletus nigromarginatus Schwein. (1822)
Boletus velutinus J.J.Planer (1788)
Coriolus hirsutus (Wulfen) Pat. (1897)
Coriolus nigromarginatus (Schwein.) Murrill (1905)
Coriolus vellereus (Berk.) Pat. (1921)
Coriolus velutinus P.Karst. (1906)
Daedalea polyzona sensu auct. (2005)
Fomes gourliei (Berk.) Cooke, (1885)
Hansenia hirsuta (Wulfen) P.Karst. (1880)
Hansenia vellerea (Berk.) P.Karst. (1880)
Microporus galbanatus (Berk.) Kuntze (1898)
Microporus hirsutus (Wulfen) Kuntze (1898)
Microporus nigromarginatus (Schwein.) Kuntze, (1898)
Microporus vellereus (Berk.) Kuntze (1898)
Polyporus cinerescens Lév. (1844)
Polyporus cinereus Lév. (1846)
Polyporus fagicola Velen. (1922)
Polyporus galbanatus Berk. (1843)
Polyporus gourliei Berk. (1860)
Polyporus hirsutus (Wulfen) Fr. (1821)
Polyporus vellereus Berk. (1842)
Polystictoides hirsutus (Wulfen) Lázaro Ibiza (1916)
Polystictus cinerescens (Lév.) Sacc. (1888)
Polystictus galbanatus (Berk.) Cooke (1886)
Polystictus hirsutus (Wulfen) Fr. (1821)
Polystictus nigromarginatus (Schwein.) P.W.Graff (1921)
Polystictus vellereus (Berk.) Fr. (1851)
Scindalma gourliei (Berk.) Kuntze (1898)
Trametes porioides Lázaro Ibiza (1917)

Trametes hirsuta, commonly known as hairy bracket, is a fungal plant pathogen. It is found on dead wood of deciduous trees, especially beechwood. It is found all year round and persists due to its leathery nature.[1]

Biotechnology[edit]

Lyophilized cell cultures of Trametes hirsuta yield aldehydes from alkenes, representing a biotransformation alternative to ozonolysis.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Phillips, Roger (2006), Mushrooms. Pub. McMilan, ISBN 0-330-44237-6. P. 317.
  2. ^ Sutton, Peter; Whittall, John (2012). Practical Methods for Biocatalysis and Biotransformations 2. Chichester, West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. pp. 200–202. ISBN 9781119991397.