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Unformatted text preview: e activity of heart rot fungi benefit animals that live in the forest? 38. Heart‐rot fungi also promote regeneration of the forest. How? 39. What becomes of the cellulose and lignin in trees that are no longer living? 40. Why can’t blue‐stained wood be used for making paper? 41. What is the difference between brown‐rot and white‐rot? 42. What is the difference between hummus and humus? 43. Keeping wood wet can prevent it from rotting, why is that effective? 44. Why are people interested in lifting logs from the bottom of lakes? 45. Why can’t fungi grow on wood that has been kiln‐dried? 46. What is pressure‐treated wood? 47. What is...
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