Analysis and Research on the effect of Fungi based on growth decomposition Model
DOI: 10.23977/erej.2021.050107 | Downloads: 0 | Views: 71
Pan Liu 1, Bokun Pan 2, Mingze Fan 1
1 Wuhan Institute of Technology Electrical and Information Engineering, Wuhan, Hubei, 430205
2 Wuhan Institute of Technology Materials Science and Engineering, Wuhan, Hubei, 430205
Corresponding AuthorPan Liu
As the main decomposer of organic matter, saprophytic fungi, the decomposition process of litter and woody fibers is an integral part of the global carbon cycle. Therefore, exploring the mechanism of fungi decomposing wood and the interaction betthis paperen species is of great significance to the dynamic process of carbon exchange and the entire ecosystem. This report's main purpose is to establish a wood’s decomposition model in the presence of multiple fungi. And predict the species combination and environmental changes. Our primary goal is to build a model of the fungal decomposition of the woody fiber. Considering that the essence of fungi decomposing woody fiber is the acquisition of organic resources, and part of the energy obtained from the decomposition process is used to maintain its growth. Therefore, this paper introduce energy efficiency to link the growth and decomposition process of fungi. Then, select temperature, relative soil moisture saturation, and pH are the main influencing factors to establish an environmental impact mechanism. Finally, combined with the growth law of microorganisms, a woody fiber’s decomposition model based on fungal growth is established with the help of the Logistic model.
KEYWORDSWood’s Decomposition, Fungal Interaction, Species Prediction, AHP, Simulation, Binary Logistic Regression Analysis
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Pan Liu, Bokun Pan, Mingze Fan, Analysis and Research on the effect of Fungi based on growth decomposition Model. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal (2021) 5: 46-50. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/erej.2021.050107
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