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1967). It is a diphenylcyclopenteneone named “involutin” (see Fig. Paxillus is a small genus with not more than a dozen species and is closely related to Gyrodon, in the Boletaceae (see Section 111,D). 3. Polyporus Species Terphenylquinones in Pol yporus and related genera are limited to too few species at present for any sort of chemotaxonomic evaluation. However, accumulations of some of these compounds reach high proportions. For example, polyporic acid (Fig. ) Fr. to the extent of 23% of the dry weight, according to Frank et al.

From this it logically follows that probably only minor differences in carbohydrate metabolism are concerned in these tests. Pasteur’s comment [quoted by Barnett (1968) from “Etudes sur la Bikre”] is thus most significant, concerning his studies of different yeasts. ” PMR SPECTROSCOPY AND YEASTS 31 If, as has been shown, gross morphological differences, such as they are in relatively undifferentiated organisms such as yeasts, are unreliable as taxonomic criteria, and the biochemical and physiological criteria discussed by Barnett (1968) and by Scheda and Yarrow (1966) are not much better, then new criteria, which are hopefully more stable, must be sought.

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