Amphibious Microborers: Bioeroding Fungi Isolated from Live Corals
Authors: Kendrick, Bryce; Risk, Michael J.; Michaelides, John; Bergman, Katherine
Source: Bulletin of Marine Science, Volume 32, Number 4, October 1982 , pp. 862-867(6)
Abstract:Pure cultures of bioeroding fungi have been obtained from the interior of the aragonite skeleton of living corals in the Caribbean and the South Pacific. Most isolates represent omnivorous, saprobic, dikaryomycotan anamorphs.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1982
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