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The Effects of Straight-Chain Alcohols and Aldehydes on Germination of Aspergillus Carbonarius Spores
|Title:||The Effects of Straight-Chain Alcohols and Aldehydes on Germination of Aspergillus Carbonarius Spores|
|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Fungi produce spores as a primary means of reproduction. Previous work has indicated that these spores often do not germinate near the parent colony or near other spores of the same species. The literature indicates that the inhibitor produced by the mycelium or the spores of some fungi is a volatile product of metabolism. Alcohols, aldehydes, organic acids, and related compounds have been suggested as possible sporostatic substances.|
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