Fungi from Admiralty Bay (King George Island, Antarctica) Soils and Marine Sediments

@article{Wentzel2018FungiFA,
  title={Fungi from Admiralty Bay (King George Island, Antarctica) Soils and Marine Sediments},
  author={Lia Costa Pinto Wentzel and F{\'a}bio Jos{\'e} Inforsato and Quimi Vidaurre Montoya and Bruna Gomes Rossin and N{\'a}dia Regina do Nascimento and Andr{\'e} Rodrigues and Lara Dur{\~a}es Sette},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2018},
  volume={77},
  pages={12-24}
}
Extreme environments such as the Antarctic can lead to the discovery of new microbial taxa, as well as to new microbial-derived natural products. Considering that little is known yet about the diversity and the genetic resources present in these habitats, the main objective of this study was to evaluate the fungal communities from extreme environments collected at Aldmiralty Bay (Antarctica). A total of 891 and 226 isolates was obtained from soil and marine sediment samples, respectively. The… CONTINUE READING

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