By B.N. Johri, T. Satyanarayana, J. Olsen
All vital points of thermophilic moulds comparable to systematics, ecology, body structure and biochemistry, creation of extracellular and intracellular enzymes, their position in spoilage of shops items and reliable and liquid waste administration, and normal and molecular genetics were handled comprehensively by way of specialists during this publication which covers growth within the box during the last 30 years because the seminal e-book Thermophilic Fungi released by way of Cooney and Emerson in 1964. The specialists have reviewed large literature on all facets of thermophilic moulds in a really accomplished demeanour.
This publication may be necessary for graduates in addition to post-graduate scholars of existence sciences, mycology, microbiology and biotechnology, and as a reference e-book for researchers.
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Geographical studies of thermophilic fungi by Maheshwari et al. (153) have revealed that less than 50% of known thermophilic fungi occur in India. In comparison to UK and USA, Indian soils do not seem to have higher proportion of thermophilic fungi. However, more intensive work is needed to have a clear understanding of geographical distribution, diversity and density of thermophilic fungi. This information will help in the optimum utilization of this potential group. + + Aspergillus carbonarius Aspergillus niger Aspergillus niveus Aspergillus fischeri Aspergullus Jumigatus Aspergillus terre us Byssochlamya verrucosa Samson & Tansey Burgoa papu/aspora + Acremonium sp.
The first two thermophilic fungi to be identified were chance contaminants on organic substrates incubated at high temperatures. The first was Mucor pusillus, a zygomycete isolated by Lindt in 1886, now Rhizomucor pusillus (Lindt) Schipper (10). He described the fungus growing on bread and determined its temperature limits. The second was isolated by Tsiklinsky (11) in the course of her work on thermophilic bacteria. She inoculated a potato tuber with garden soil and incubated the whole at 53°C.
Thermoidea Didymostilbe coprophile Emericella nidulans Chaetomium virginicum Chrysosporium sp. Corynascus sepedonium Dactylomyces crustaceus Dactylomyces thermophilus Dactylaria gallopova + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 3 var. dissitum + 2 + + 1 var. coprophile Calcariosporium thermophile Chaetomium britanicum Chaetomium gracile Chaetomium rectopilum Chaetomium thermophile Var. thermophile Species + + 7 + 8 + + + 9 10 + + 11 12 + 13 + 14 15 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 16 17 + + 18 149 18,33, 185, 232,253 74 112 65 82 18,34, 107 137,183, 246,261 18,75, 120 74,119, 120,132 8,183 74,130 161 74, 180 119 73,120, 181,250 167 73,120, 181,256 161, 171 232 232 References contd.