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Abstract

SUMMARY: A recent report that the major soluble carbohydrates of include ribitol and sorbose is wrong. The pentitol is arabitol and no sorbose could be detected, demonstrating that is not unlike many other moulds. Previous work on the metabolism of acyclic polyols in is re-evaluated.

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