Morphological characteristics of natural strains of certain species of basidiomycetes and biological analysis of antimicrobial activity under submerged cultural conditions

@article{Dyakov2011MorphologicalCO,
  title={Morphological characteristics of natural strains of certain species of basidiomycetes and biological analysis of antimicrobial activity under submerged cultural conditions},
  author={M. Yu. Dyakov and Olga V Kamzolkina and O. V. Shtaer and N. A. Bis’ko and N. L. Poedinok and O. B. Mikhailova and Olga V Tikhonova and T. E. Tolstikhina and B. F. Vasil’eva and Olga V Efremenkova},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={80},
  pages={274-285}
}
Twenty-one strains belonging to 18 species of basidiomycetes from different ecological groups of fungi were isolated from natural sources. Light and electron microscopy was used to determine the morphological properties of the cultures, which confirmed their classification as basidiomycetes and facilitated their identification in monocultures. The capacity of the fungal strains for biosynthesis of antibiotics was determined by one- or two-stage cultivation on seven nutrient media. It was… Expand
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