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Record #200679:

Fungi in polar environments / Polona Zalar, Silva Sonjak, Nina Gunde-Cimerman.

Title: Fungi in polar environments / Polona Zalar, Silva Sonjak, Nina Gunde-Cimerman.
Author(s): Zalar, Polona.
Sonjak, Silva.
Gunde-Cimerman, Nina.
Date: 2012.
Publisher: Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology
In: Polar microbiology : life in a deep freeze. (2012.),
Abstract: Discusses fungal diversity in polar habitats. Notes that fungal representatives from all major phyla have been found and defined in very cold environments, from zoosporic Chytridomycota to sporocarp-forming Basidiomycota. Unlike temperate zones, where filamentous fungi prevail, yeasts are particularly well adapted to polar terrestrial and aquatic environments. Among filamentous fungi, Penicillium, Aspergillus, Cladosporium, and Geomyces have broadest adaptive potential and widest distribution across various polar niches.
Notes:

In: Polar microbiology : life in a deep freeze / Robert V. Miller, Lyle G. Whyte, eds.

Keywords: 574 -- Ecology.
574.2 -- Organisms, influence of environment.
574.2.045 -- Organisms, influence of temperature.
582.28 -- Fungi.
G -- Botany.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 200679

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