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Abstract

SUMMARY: Motility and flagellated sporangiospores are reported for the first time for the type culture (253) of ; microconidia on the substrate mycelia are also reported. Otherwise, the morphological description by Couch (1963) remains unchanged. Tests for utilization of 21 carbon sources, gelatin, starch, casein, tyrosine, and cellulose acetate, and for nitrate reduction have been made and the results are reported.

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