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Abstract

SUMMARY: grew aerobically and anaerobically with glucose as carbon source; with maltose as carbon source the fungus grew only aerobically. Spores germinated in a glucose medium utilized anaerobically glucose but not maltose. Acetone powders or cell-free extracts obtained from glucose-grown mycelium, hydrolysed maltose aerobically and anaerobically. Maltose uptake and fermentation were inhibited by appropriate concentrations of KCN, DNP and amytal. These results are interpreted to mean that a functional respiratory chain is required for maltose penetration into the cell.

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1969-11-01
2019-12-15
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