Determination of chrysene degradation under saline conditions by Fusarium sp. F092, a fungus screened from nature.

@article{Hidayat2012DeterminationOC,
  title={Determination of chrysene degradation under saline conditions by Fusarium sp. F092, a fungus screened from nature.},
  author={A. Hidayat and S. Tachibana and K. Itoh},
  journal={Fungal biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={116 6},
  pages={
          706-14
        }
}
Sixty-two rotted wood and soil samples were used to screen for chrysene-degrading fungi. A strain of Fusarium, named F092, was identified as most capable of degrading chrysene. F092 was active under saline and nonsaline conditions, breaking down 48% of the chrysene in 30 d. The percentage of chrysene degraded did not change at 35‰ salinity with pH 8.2 in solid and liquid cultures. The degradation under saline conditions increased about 0.6- and 2.1-fold in cultures with polypeptone and Tween80… Expand
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