Intraspecific chemical variation within the crustose lichen genus Haematomma : anthraquinone production in selected cultured mycobionts as a response to stress and nutrient supply
The mycobionts isolated from selected species of Haematomma (Haematomma africanum, Haematomma fenzlianum, Haematomma flourescens, Haematomma persoonii, Haematomma stevensiae) have been successfully cultured. The chemical profile of the mycobionts could be effectively influenced and modulated by varying the composition of the nutrient medium using alternative carbohydrates (glucose, sucrose, and polyols). Under artifical laboratory conditions and simulated environmental stress (exposure to UV...[Show more]
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