FUNGI ISOLATED FROM PLANT SPECIES COLLECTED IN THE ARCTOWSKI REGION, ADMIRALTY BAY, KING GEORGE ISLAND, ANTARCTICA

@inproceedings{Alves2015FUNGIIF,
  title={FUNGI ISOLATED FROM PLANT SPECIES COLLECTED IN THE ARCTOWSKI REGION, ADMIRALTY BAY, KING GEORGE ISLAND, ANTARCTICA},
  author={Graci{\'e}le Cunha Alves and Rodrigo Paidano Alves and Marg{\'e}li Pereira de Albuquerque and Filipe de Carvalho Vict{\'o}ria and Ant{\^o}nio Batista Pereira},
  year={2015}
}
The distribution of fungi in Antarctica is linked to the distribution of hosts such as birds, invertebrate populations and vegetation, consisting mainly of bryophyte and lichen communities. Light is a factor which influences the growth, reproduction and physiology of fungi due to the deleterious effects of radiation released. This study aimed to evaluate the influence of light on radial mycelial growth of two species of filamentous fungi found in Antarctica: Pseudogymnoascus pannorum (Link… CONTINUE READING

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