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Raper, who together developed the first workable and widely accepted taxonomies of these genera. Both were instrumental also in the development of culture collections for these industrially important fungi. Raper made the invaluable contribution of developing freeze drying techniques suitable for fungi, and this has proved to be of great practical importance. However, they also left a legacy of nomenclatural and taxonomic problems which have been addressed only recently.

Moreover, inherent difficulties in achieving consensus on species concepts and on identification of isolates have provided a challenge for modern students of these genera. This paper describes the new approaches which have led to clarification of the systematics of these genera. On the one hand, increased awareness of the principles of priority, typification and type specimens has helped to bring order to nomenclature.

On the other, the use of gross physiological characters, secondary metabolites and isoenzyme patterns has greatly assisted in clarifying taxonomy. Collaborative studies on difficult aspects of both genera have been initiated both by individuals and under the control of an international working group, the Subcommission on Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics. Great progress has been made. In particular, the taxonomy of the important and notoriously difficult subgenus Penicillium has now become firmly established, and criteria for differentiating aflatoxin producing and nontoxigenic Aspergillus species have been clarified.

The immediate end of all this work lies in a better understanding of relationships within these genera, and improved identifications. The wider benefits lie in a greater knowledge of the role of particular species in food spoilage, toxicology, biodeterioration, biotechnology and ecology. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

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Advances in Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics

Brazilian tropical dry forest Caatinga in the spotlight: an overview of species of Aspergillus , Penicillium and Talaromyces Eurotiales and the description of P. A literature-based checklist of species of Aspergillus , Penicillium , and Talaromyces recorded in the Brazilian tropical dry forest Caatinga , the largest tropical dry forest region in South America, is provided. A total of species 60 Aspergillus , 57 Penicillium , and 13 Talaromyces are reported. Soil was the most common substrate, with species records. Various reported species are well known in biotechnological processes.


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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Aspergillus is a large genus of anamorphic fungi. Aspergilli have great importance in many fields like plant, animals, and human health etc. The present study was conducted to identify Aspergillus isolates from district Larkana Sindh Pakistan.

Advances in Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics

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Aspergillus , Penicillium, and Talaromyces are among the most chemically inventive of all fungi, producing a wide array of secondary metabolites exometabolites. The three genera are holophyletic in a cladistic sense and polythetic classes in an anagenetic or functional sense, and contain , , and 88 species, respectively. New developments in classification, cladification, and nomenclature have meant that the species, series, and sections suggested are natural groups that share many extrolites, including exometabolites, exoproteins, exocarbohydrates, and exolipids in addition to morphological features.

Raper, who together developed the first workable and widely accepted taxonomies of these genera. Both were instrumental also in the development of culture collections for these industrially important fungi. Raper made the invaluable contribution of developing freeze drying techniques suitable for fungi, and this has proved to be of great practical importance. However, they also left a legacy of nomenclatural and taxonomic problems which have been addressed only recently.

Advances in penicillium and aspergillus systematics

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