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Comparison of metabolic aptitudes of different wood-rotting fungi.

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posted on 05.02.2019, 18:32 authored by Anna Pawlik, Marta Ruminowicz-Stefaniuk, Magdalena Frąc, Andrzej Mazur, Jerzy Wielbo, Grzegorz Janusz

(A) Phenotype profiles of P. pini FCL3, T. versicolor FCL7, P. radiata FCL99, C. unicolor FCL139, P. chrysosporium FCL236, F. betulina FCL397, A. gallica FCL400, and F. hepatica FCL457 determined by Biolog FF MicroPlates during 192 hours of incubation with respective substrates. The color scale applied into the heat maps indicates the growth of the fungus (mitochondrial activity A490nm) on a particular substrate. (B) Metabolic diversity (substrate richness) of the fungi representing different rot lifestyles; vertical bars denote 0.95 confidence intervals. (C) Metabolic preferences of fungi towards utilization of a particular group of carbon substrates. (D) Cluster analysis-based dendrogram showing similarity of the FF MicroPlate C-sources utilization profiles of the analyzed strains; P. pini FCL3, T. versicolor FCL7, P. radiata FCL99, C. unicolor FCL139, P. chrysosporium FCL 236, F. betulina FCL397, A. gallica FCL400, and F. hepatica FCL457.

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