Nutrition of eidamella deflexa. IV. Rate of utilization of sugar and amino nitrogen compared with rate of growth and pigment elaboration

@article{Kuehn2005NutritionOE,
  title={Nutrition of eidamella deflexa. IV. Rate of utilization of sugar and amino nitrogen compared with rate of growth and pigment elaboration},
  author={H. H. Kuehn and P. F. Crosby and R. F. Phillips},
  journal={Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={219-224}
}
The rate of utilization byEidamella deflexa of non-protein nitrogen and dextrose equivalent (reducing sugar) was investigated in each of two media, and compared with rates of growth and pigment elaboration. In a glycine-maltose basal medium the depletion curves for nitrogen and D.E. followed a similar pattern, with the lowest point on the curves corresponding to the period of maximum production of cellular material. With autolysis of cells there was a definite increase in D.E. and a slight… Expand
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