Psychrooligotrophic fungi from Arctic soils of Franz Joseph Land

@article{Bergero1999PsychrooligotrophicFF,
  title={Psychrooligotrophic fungi from Arctic soils of Franz Joseph Land},
  author={Roberta Bergero and M. Girlanda and Giovanna Cristina Varese and D. Intili and Anna Maria Luppi},
  journal={Polar Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={21},
  pages={361-368}
}
Microfungi isolated from soil samples collected in Franz Joseph Land by means of the soil dilution and soil washing methods were screened for their ability to grow at low temperatures. The oligotrophic ability of the psychrotrophic strains was then determined on silica gel. A total of 40 taxa from 21 genera were isolated. Most isolates were species of Acremonium, Geomyces, Mortierella, Phialophora, Phoma, Thelebolus and sterile fungi. Eutypella scoparia, Hyphozyma variabilis and Ovadendron… CONTINUE READING

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