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Physiological properties of the 12 representative strains of <i>Lichtheimia</i> and 4 strains of <i>Dichotomocladium</i> species.

By Volker U. Schwartze (149618), Kerstin Hoffmann (149621), Ildikó Nyilasi (149624), Tamás Papp (118639), Csaba Vágvölgyi (118632), Sybren de Hoog (11778), Kerstin Voigt (149632) and Ilse D. Jacobsen (149635)


<p>(B to D) Growth under stress is expressed as percent growth of the same strain on medium without stressor (% growth of the control). Results were compared to the reference strain <i>L. corymbifera</i> FSU 9682 (statistical significance is indicated with an asterisk; two-tailed T-test, P<0.05).</p

Topics: Microbiology, Infectious Diseases, Plant Biology, Virology, properties, 12, strains
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0040908.g004
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