Deuteromycetes


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Deuteromycetes

[¦düd·ə·rō‚mī′sēd·ēz]
(mycology)
The equivalent name for Fungi Imperfecti.
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For example, members of the Deuteromycetes such as Aspergillus, Penicillium and Trichoderma species are known to produce numerous extracellular enzymes, which are put to good use in biotechnology (Elander, 1989; Wainwright, 1992; Smith, 1996).
Thus, some fatty acids at specific concentrations have the potential to protect wood from wood-inhabiting fungi; however, conditions relating to efficacy of a given fatty acid against a wide variety of ascomycetes, deuteromycetes, and basidiomycetes remains to be identified.
About a fast developing of lichenicolous deuteromycetes decaying Xanthoria parietina.