Isolation of filamentous fungi
eparker at aros.net
Sat Nov 21 03:57:57 EST 1998
I can see using chloramphenicol but cycloheximide?
Why would you want to use cycloheximide in a medium that you wanted to use
for the isolation of fungi?
And using BHI! It sounds like you are trying to isolate some truly scary
KAYJAY0509 wrote in message
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>The use of an inhibitory should solve the problem. Use of IMA (inhibitory
>Agar) that contains chloramphenicol inhiibits bacteria while fungi grow
>You could also use BHI agar with cycloheximide.
>Filamentous fungi are everywhere! If you are into scaring yourself, try a
>sample from the air conditioning ducts at work or home. Soil and compost
>also great sources. Also, that unidentifed stuff in the back of the
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