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According to Murray (1952), polyporic acid is also present in Peniophora filamentosa Burt. F. ) Fr. (see Fig. 6). The assigned structure was confirmed OH FIG. 6. Styrylpyrones in Polyporus and Cymnopilus. R’ = R2 = OH = Hispidin R1 = H; R* = OH = bis-Noryangonin by Edwards et al. (1961) by synthesis of this and many other similar styrylpyrones. Bu’Lock and coworkers suggested that other wood-rot species in the genus Polyporus might also have pigments of the hispidin type. , grew the fungus on ordinary media, and produced hispidin as the main product (Bu’Lock, 1967).
A total of 254 species in 55 genera, representing 12 families in Singer's classification system (1949), were utilized in the study. After a preliminary screening of the mycelia on agar slant cultures, those showing evidence of diatretyne production were grown in liquid media. The culture broths were carefully processed to partially purify the diatretynes before assay. 1. , L. , and nine species of Clitocybe. The reviewer shows in Table IV how the latter are distributed among the thirteen sections of Clitocybe in Singer (1962).
Some Cerutocystis species form hat- and Saturn-shaped ascospores, as do most species of the above yeasts. Most of the Ceratocystis species, unlike some of the other filamentous fungi, form mannose-containing polysaccharides. The genus Ceratocystis is of economic importance since it includes the pathogen Ceratocystis ulmi,the causal agent of Dutch Elm disease, and a number of other wilt pathogens and blue-stain fungi affecting the quality of lumber. While this genus has not hitherto been considered among the yeastlike organisms, its possible relationships with the yeasts are worthy of study.