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Abstract

SUMMARY: Four wild and two laboratory isolates of were grown under identical conditions, in submerged and in surface culture; yields of organisms and utilization of medium constituents are reported. Sporidesmin was produced in submerged culture and in surface culture by all the isolates examined but these showed differences of up to at least 100-fold in ability to produce the metabolite. Sporidesmolides were not isolated from cultures which did not sporulate.

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