volume 21, issue 1, P60-64 1995
DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765x.1995.tb01007.x
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Abstract: A total of 98 isolates of Penicillium commune and P. solitum were analysed and it was shown that these isolates produced three unique combinations of secondary metabolites. Penicillium commune produced cyclopiazonic acid, cyclopaldic acid and rugulovasine A and B; P. solitum produced compactin and a new group including the ex‐type culture of P. palitans produced cyclopiazonic acid and fumigaclavine A. Isolates in all three groups were able to produce cyclopenin, cyclopenol and viridicatin. An optimal thin lay…

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