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The frequency of occurrence of fungi in 120 claw samples of buffalo and cow from different localities at Assiut governorate was determined. Thirty‐seven species which belong to twenty genera were collected from the two substrates and the most common genera were Chrysosporium (eleven species of...
Euparen when applied to the soil at three doses (0.95, 4.75 and 9.5 mg active ingredient N,N‐dimethyl‐N'‐phenyl‐(N'‐fluorodichloro‐methylthio)‐sulfamide per kg dry soil) was generally suppressive to the total count of fungi and several fungal species. Its toxicity persisted to act till after 10...
Samples were collected from 44 pens under animals and birds for the estimation of keratinophilic fungi using the hair‐baiting technique. Thirty‐nine species which belong to eighteen genera were recovered. Chrysosporium, Aspergillus, and Penicillium were the most frequent genera. From...
The effect of phosphate on the production of avermectin B1a, growth and utilization of glucose in the course of cultivation of Streptomyces avermitilis on a complex and chemically defined medium has been studied. Phosphate added at the beginning of cultivation at 1–20 mmol/1 did not distinctly...
Mycelial cultures of Psilocybe cubensis capable of forming psilocybin and psilocin de novo display a high capacity for hydroxylation of tryptamine derivatives at the 4‐position. A specific biotransformation of added synthetic N,N‐diethyl‐tryptamine was found. Thus high amounts of...
The growth of Nostoc linckia was significantly inhibited by shikimic acid concentrations greater than 4.0 μg ml−1 and was completely inhibited at 10.0μg ml−1. Shikimic acid increased the duration of the lag phase and the doubling time and hastened the onset of the retardation phase of growth. A...
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