Yeast fungi in Picea abies (L.) Karst. needle litter View Full Text


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DATE

2010-06

AUTHORS

W. I. Golubev, M. A. Tomashevskaya

ABSTRACT

The amount of yeasts in spruce needle litter determined by plating onto needle infusion agar with penicillin can reach about 3 million cells/g, making up over a quarter of the whole micromycete population. During a 3-year survey, over 20 species belonging to nine genera were revealed, among which representatives of the genera Cryptococcus, Fellomyces, Rhodotorula, and Trichosporon were typical—specifically, Cr. carnescens, F. penicillatus, Rh. laryngis, and Tr. moniliiforme. The isolates showed lipase activity and were able to utilize hemicelluloses and phenolic compounds and secrete antifungal substances. More... »

PAGES

385-389

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TITLE

Microbiology

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3

VOLUME

79

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