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Nutrition of Eidamella deflexa. III. Further studies on carbon and nitrogen assimilation and pigment synthesis.
Nutrition of Eidamella deflexa. II. Development of a synthetic medium for optimum growth and pigmentation.
Phenylketonuria: a family study.
Liver xanthine oxidase activity of mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni.
Growth and nutrition of Pseudoarachniotus roseus in submerged culture
Nutritional studies of Eidamella deflexa. I. Carbon-nitrogen assimilation and some growth factor requirements
Growth and nutrition of a strain of Gymnoascus reessii in shaken flasks
The fundamental nutritional requirements of one strain ofGymnoascus reessii were established. Growth was measured on a dry weight basis. The optimum medium for growth consisted of 5% maltose, 2%… Expand
Nutrition of eidamella deflexa. IV. Rate of utilization of sugar and amino nitrogen compared with rate of growth and pigment elaboration
- H. H. Kuehn, P. F. Crosby, R. F. Phillips
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata
- 30 July 1962
The rate of utilization byidamella deflexa of non-protein nitrogen and dextrose equivalent (reducing sugar) was investigated in each of two media, and compared with rates of growth and pigment elaboration, finding no correlation between rates of utilization of nitrogen and sugar and the period of maximum growth in the sucrose-peptone medium. Expand
Nutrition of eidamella deflexa V. effect of varying the concentrations of certain inorganic compounds on growth and pigment elaboration
The effect of addition of varying concentrations of certain inorganic compounds in selected media upon growth and pigment elaboration ofEidamella deflexa (Berk.)Benjamin was studied in submerged culture and indicated that the following range of concentrations stimulated growth to the greatest extent. Expand