Phillip Bergauer

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Three strains were isolated from hydrocarbon-polluted alpine habitats and were representatives of Cryptococcus terreus (strain PB4) and Rhodotorula creatinivora (strains PB7, PB12). All three strains synthesized and accumulated glycogen (both acid- and alkali-soluble) and trehalose during growth in complex medium containing glucose as carbon source and in(More)
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