Advances in Applied Microbiology, Vol. 13 by D. Perlman (Ed.)
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A. J. GORIN AND J. F. T. SPENCER bergensis; the genus Fabospora, which contains species which form bean-shaped spores, and which were originally placed in the genus Saccharomyces; the genera Hansenula and Pichia, which include many species that live in association with bark beetles and their host trees, and are separated only by the ability to utilize nitrate or the lack of it; the genus Debaryomyces, which includes a number of salt-tolerant species that grow on the surface of preserved meats, and several minor genera.
5-hydroxytryptophan to Znocybe 1838 and tryptamine to Znocybe hirsuta var. maxima A. H. Smith. The use of two-dimensional chromatography, multisolvent systems, and a variety of sprays permitted an indication of the general chemical nature of some compounds not specifically identified, but which were useful in setting up the chemotaxonomic key. c. Amanita Species Singer (1962) states that the poisonous species in subgenus I, AMANITA, contain muscarine rather than amanitatoxins. Among species listed in Section 2 of the subgenus, one finds A.