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Lipids of filamentous fungi as a material for producing biodiesel fuel
The mucoralean fungus Cunninghamella japonica was found to be a promising lipid producer and the inexpensive medium for its growth developed in this study contained ammonium nitrate as a nitrogen source. Expand
Two unusual glycerophospholipids from a filamentous fungus, Absidia corymbifera.
The chloroform-methanol extractable lipids of the soil filamentous fungus Absidia corymbifera VKMF-965 account for about 20% by weight of dry cells and are composed of low-polarity constituentsExpand
Lipids of the zygomycete Absidia corymbifera F-965.
The cell lipids of the zygomycete Absidia corymbifera F-965 extracted with isopropanol and CHCl3-MeOH mixtures at the exponential growth phase comprise 20+/-2% of mycelium dry wt. The lipids consistExpand
Fatty Acids in the Species of Several Zygomycete Taxa
The data on the efficient synthesis of these acids make the actively producing strains promising for biotechnological synthesis of commercially valuable lipids. Expand
Biologically active lipids in fungi of the Pilobolaceae family
The fungi grown in submerged cultures showed a correlation of the degree of unsaturation of total fatty acids and the contents of β-carotene, which is typical of zygomycetes of the order Mucorales. Expand
Unusual fatty acid composition of cerebrosides from the filamentous soil fungus Mortierella alpina.
The cerebrosides produced by the soil filamentous fungus Mortierella alpina strain KG-1/95 account for about 13% of the total polar lipids extractable from lyophilised cells with chloroform/methanolExpand
Lipid synthesis by Geomyces pannorum under the impact of stress factors
The inhibition of fungal growth under stress was found to result in lipid overproduction, an increased pool of energy-rich lipids in fungi possibly contributes to their strategy of cell survival. Expand
Glycolipids of the filamentous fungus Absidia corymbifera F-295.
The lipids extracted with CHCl(3)/MeOH mixtures from mycelium of the lower filamentous fungus Absidia corymbifera F-295 were found to contain three glycolipids, which were established to be monohydroxy and dihydroxy fatty acid glycosides of 2-D-hydroxy and erythro-2,3-dihydroxy fatty acids C(9), C(11), and C(13). Expand
The effect of the preservative sorbic acid on the lipid composition of the ascomycete fungus Penicillium roqueforti Thom
The inhibition of fungal growth by potassium sorbate was found to be associated with a change in the composition of phospholipids and of neutral lipids, which suggests that sorbic acid affects Δ12 desaturase activity, which controls the adaptive response of mycelial fungi to deleterious environmental factors. Expand
Species composition of food-spoiling mycelial fungi
The composition of the microflora that spoils foodstuffs (the surface of hard cheeses and sausages) at agribusiness factories is investigated to find out the role of mycelial fungi and their role in spoiling food. Expand