Book Stack
Resources >

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Semiselective isolation of Baudoinia

Published: March 28th, 2008

Revised: July 21st, 2014


Baudoinia compniacensis is a darkly pigmented microfungus that grows conspicuously on environmental surfaces around warehouses where alcoholic spirits are stored in wooden casks. This fungus has long been ignored because its primary isolation is very difficult. The present study describes a new semiselective isolation medium for this fungus based on the use of ethanol as a sole carbon source and low levels of nitrogen and trace elements.

Share Button