Czech Mycology 47(4): 303–309             Article published: 16th February, 1995 doi: 10.33585/cmy.47408

JESENSKÁ Z., VOLNÁ F., PIECKOVÁ E.

The effect of disinfection substances on the propagules of heat-resistant fungi in vitro.

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Abstract

Inoculum from the strains of the rmoresistant strains of the fungi Botryotrichum (Bo.) piluliferum, Byssochlamys (B.) fulva, B. nivea, Neosartorya (N.) fischeri, Talaromyces (T.) avellaneus, T. bacillisporus, T. flavus and T. trachyspermus consisting from the mixture of mycelium, spores, asci, ascospores, kleistothecia or aleuriospores was exposed in vitro to the action of 7 various types of disinfection solutions, the exposure time being 15 and 60 minutes. Under the experimental conditions, the most effective solutions proved to be the 0.2% Persteril and 1% Septonex solutions, the least effective was 1% Chloramine B solution. Among the tested strains, strain Bo. piluliferum was the most sensitive; B. nivea, B. fulva and N. fischeri were the most resistant strains.


Keywords:     Heat-resistant fungi, disinfection substances

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Jesenská Z., Volná F., Piecková E. (1994): The effect of disinfection substances on the propagules of heat-resistant fungi in vitro. – Czech Mycology 47(4): 303–309. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.47408

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