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Production of Ethylene and Carbon Monoxide by MicroorganismsAuthor(s): T. H. Filer; L. R. Brown; S. Brown-Sarobot; S. Martin
Source: Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 29:27-31
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionVarious quantities of ethylene and carbon monoxide were produced on PDA by Fusicladium effusum, Pestilotia nucicola, Alternaria tenuis, and Fusarium oxysporum subcultured from diseased pecan shucks. Repeated subculturing of these fungi on potato dextrose broth supplemented with iron powder produced ethylene. The production of ethylene by these microorganisms in vitro shows that ethylene should be considered important in the etiology of the disease.
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CitationFiler, T. H.; Brown, L. R.; Brown-Sarobot, S.; Martin, S. 1984. Production of Ethylene and Carbon Monoxide by Microorganisms. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 29:27-31.
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