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Experimental associations of fungi, damaging parchment



Experimental associations of fungi, damaging parchment



Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 22(6): 524-528



It was shown that the growth of binary assocations of fungi - Aspergillus repens with A. versicolor, A. ustus with Chaetomium spp., or 2 strs of Penicillium purpurogenum was better than that of either of the strs in isolation, and more responsive to an increase in temp. Also, fungi in association, cultured with parchment, deposited a pigment over it, but single cultures did not.

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