Aspergillus penicillioides differentiation and cell division at 0.585 water activity.

@article{Stevenson2017AspergillusPD,
  title={Aspergillus penicillioides differentiation and cell division at 0.585 water activity.},
  author={Andrew Stevenson and Philip G. Hamill and Callum J O'Kane and Gerhard Kminek and John D. Rummel and Mary A. Voytek and Jan Dijksterhuis and John E Hallsworth},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={
          687-697
        }
}
Water availability acts as the most stringent constraint for life on Earth. Thus, understanding the water relations of microbial extremophiles is imperative to our ability to increase agricultural productivity (e.g., by enhancing the processing and turnover of dead organic matter in soils of arid regions), reduce human exposure to mycotoxins in buildings and our food-supply chain, prevent the spoilage of foods/animal feeds, books, museum specimens and artworks and better control microbiology of… CONTINUE READING
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