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At what temperature does mycelium die?

it is seen that temperatures from 44° to 50° C. (II2° to 122° F.) killed the mycelium in the small blocks, but it is certain that not only would it take more heat for larger timbers, but also so much heat would be radiated that more would be necessary than is shown by the graph.

At what temperature does mycelium die?

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