E M Iur'eva

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A comparative study of growth characteristics and peculiarities of glucose utilization by Fusarium poae and Penicillium funiculosum strains isolated from different habitats was conducted. It was found that F. poae and P. funiculosum strains differ as to their growth characteristics. Specific growth rate of endophytic strain F. poae was maximal (0.38 h(-1)),(More)
The cellulolytic and endoglucanase activity of Fusarium oxysporum strains isolated from soil and plants in the media with plant waste as carbon source has been studied. It was established that the majority of studied strains were able to hydrolyze the filter paper, husk of sunflower seeds, wheat straw and corn stalks. Cellulolytic activity depended on the(More)
It was shown that saprophytic (soil), endophytic and plant pathogenic strains of F. poae under cultivation conditions in the media containing carbon sources from mono- to polysaccharides had different abilities to use them and to accumulate biomass. Maltose, xylose, fructose, pectin were the most favorable carbon sources for the studied strains; less(More)
The ability of soil and endophytic strains of P. funiculosum to accumulate biomass under cultivation conditions in media containing carbon sources from mono- to polysaccharides has been studied. It has been shown that the most favorable carbon sources for the studied strains were maltose, sucrose, xylose, fructose, pectin, less assimilated lactose,(More)
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