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Comparative studies of the Physiology ofAllomycesspecies

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Transactions of the British Mycological Society
0007-1536
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
78
Issue
1
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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1536(82)80079-x

Abstract

Allomyces catenoides, A. moniliformis and A. neomoniliformis have been found to grow at higher temperature and concentrations of NaCl than A. macrogynus, A. arbuscula and A. anomalus. No substantial differences in the utilization of various carbon and sulphur sources have been found among the strains of Allomyces tested. Allomyces utilizes a number of organic sulphur sources in contrast to what previously has been reported.

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