Dietrich Berger

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It has shown that several characteristics of high-producing industrial strains of Penicillium chrysogenum tend to segregate in the course of cultivation (slant-to-slant transfer). Segregation includes a decrease in the yield of penicillin, mean conidial size, mean size of the nuclei, and an increase in the proportion of morphologically wild-type colonies.(More)
We reconstructed the contamination history of an area influenced by 40 years of uranium mining and subsequent remediation actions using dendroanalysis (i.e., the determination of the elemental content of tree rings). The uranium content in the tree rings of four individual oak trees (Quercus sp.) was determined by laser ablation with inductively coupled(More)
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