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Investigation of alkaloid formation by certain species of fungi of the Penicillium genus


, : Investigation of alkaloid formation by certain species of fungi of the Penicillium genus. Microbiology New York 61(5): 608-613

The formation of alkaloids by 37 Penicillium strs. was studied after growth on different types of media, at different periods of growth, and from surface and deep cultured samples. The most productive were P. expansum, P. commune, P. oxalicum and P. palitans, which produced a range of toxic metabolites. The ability to produce toxins was dependent on culture conditions.


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