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The Inhibiting Effect Of Quinones On The Growth Of Penicillium Notatum

, : The Inhibiting Effect Of Quinones On The Growth Of Penicillium Notatum. Science 101(2628): 494-494

2-methyl-l,4-naphthoquinone, hydroxyquinone and benzoquinone were added to sterilized Czapek-Dox medium at pH 6.5. The flasks were inoculated with P. notatum 9178 and incubated at 25[degree]C. All quinones, even when highly diluted, inhibited growth of P. notatum. The synthetic vit. K was most active. [beta]-methylnaphthalene had no effect.


PMID: 17735533

DOI: 10.1126/science.101.2628.494

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