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Table 1 List of fungi and growth on cellulose

From: Cellulolytic potential of thermophilic species from four fungal orders

Order Name CBS no. a Isolated from Growth on Avicel Abbreviation used in figs.
Sordariales Chaetomium senegalense 728.84 Plant remains Poorb Chsene
Sordariales Chaetomium thermophilum 180.67 Typha, incubated strawand leaf mold Yes Chther
Sordariales Corynascus thermophilus 406.69 Mushroom compost Yes Cother
Sordariales Melanocarpus albomyces 638.94 Chicken nest straw Yes Malbo
Sordariales Remersonia thermophila 540.69 Mushroom compost During peak heating Yes Rether
Sordariales Scytalidium indonesiacum 259.81 Soil Yes Sindo
Sordariales Scytalidium thermophilum 620.91 Saw dust&wood chips In pighouse bedding Yes Sther
Onygenales Malbranchea cinnamomea 115.68 Oryza sativa (Gramineae) seeds Yes Mcinn
Eurotiales Talaromyces byssochlamydoides 151.75 Desert soil Poorb Tbyss
Eurotiales Talaromyces emersonii 393.64 Compost Yes Temer
Eurotiales Talaromyces leycettanus 398.68 Coal spoil tip soil + YEc Tleyc
Eurotiales Talaromyces thermophilus 236.58 Decaying Parthenium argentatum Yes Tther
Eurotiales Thermoascus aurantiacus 891.70 Wood + YEc Taura
Eurotiales Thermomyces lanuginosus 632.91 Rotting guayule shrub Yes Tlanu
Mucorales Rhizomucor miehei 182.67 Retting Parthenium argentatum Yes Rmie
Mucorales Thermomucor indicae-seudaticae 104.75 Municipal compost Yes Tindi
  1. aStrain registration number at Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures.
  2. bGood growth on avicel with 0.5% yeast extract.
  3. cOnly growth on avicel with 0.5% yeast extract.