On a New Type of Mucilaginous Material, Luteic Acid, Produced from Glucose by Penicillium luteum Zukal

@article{Raistrick1931OnAN,
  title={On a New Type of Mucilaginous Material, Luteic Acid, Produced from Glucose by Penicillium luteum Zukal},
  author={Harold Raistrick and Margaret Lesley Rintoul},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B},
  year={1931},
  volume={220},
  pages={255-267}
}
The Penicillium luteum — P. purpurogenum group of species of Penicillium described by Thom (1915), contains a number of species and strains, with a strain of P. luteum Zukal, at the one end of the series and P. purpurogenum Stoll, at the other end. The strain of P. luteum Zukal, which occupies one end of this series, “ produces ascospores freely in all the media used and conidia very sparingly. In the actively growing culture the dominant shades of colour are yellow with tardy appearance of red… 
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