Vigorous Mold Growth in Soils after Addition of Water-insoluble Fatty Substances.

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Various water-insoluble fatty compounds, when added to soil in finely divided form, will support as high-caloric nutrients a visible, vigorous growth of the molds, Fusarium solani Mart., F. diversisporum Sherb., and F. equiseti. n-Paraffins and olefins are most effective, because the effect of additives is reduced to the extent that oxygen atoms are… (More)

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@article{Krause1965VigorousMG, title={Vigorous Mold Growth in Soils after Addition of Water-insoluble Fatty Substances.}, author={Fanny Krause and W. Lange}, journal={Applied microbiology}, year={1965}, volume={13}, pages={160-6} }