Kenneth E. HammelInstitute for Microbial and Biochemical Sciences
One Gifford Pinchot Drive
|Publication Year: 2015|
Highlight ID: 618
|How Does Wood Decay Start?|
How do fungi rot wood? Using new tools, fluorescent dye attached to tiny beads, and laser confocal microscopy, Forest Service scientists were able to follow oxidation on a microscopic level. The information is helping them zero-in on the chemicals fu ...
|Publication Year: 2010|
Highlight ID: 176
|Water, Air, and Soil|
Forest fungi perform an essential role in recycling woody plant debris and have many potential applications in biotechnology. In 2009, a Forest Products Laboratory chemist worked for ten months as a Senior Fulbright Awardee at the International Gradu ...
|Research Projects serving in the role of Principal Investigator|
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|Oxidative systems of wood decay fungi|
Total affiliated publications: 19