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Studies on the ecology of Tuber melanosporum. V. Yeasts of burnt areas in central Italy



Studies on the ecology of Tuber melanosporum. V. Yeasts of burnt areas in central Italy



Allionia 1979; 23: 91-94



A total of 103 strains of yeasts, isolated from truffle (Tuber melanosporum) soils and from control areas, were identified. In both areas, Torulopsis sp., Cryptococcus albidus var. aerius, Lipomyces lipofer were the most frequent species. Schwanniomyces alluvius, Cryptococcus albidus var. albidus and Rhodotorula pallida were found only in the control area.

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