JOURNAL 729


Records of Natural Products
VOLUME & ISSUE
Year: 2014 Issue: 2 April-June
PAGES
p.184 - 188
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AUTHORS
    Daniil N. Olennikov, Sof'ya V. Agafonova, Tat'yana A. Penzina and Gennadiĭ B. Borovskiĭ
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GRAPHICAL ABSTRACT


ABSTRACT


The fatty acid (FA) compositions of 14 wild wood-decaying basidiomycete species (Bjerkandera adustaDaedaleopsis septentrionalisDichomitus squalensInonotus hispidusI.radiatusIrpex lacteusFomitopsis cajanderiF.pinicolaF. roseaGloeophyllum protractumLenzites betulinaPhellinus piniTrametes gibbosaT. ochracea) growing in permafrost conditions in Katanga region (Russian Federation) were investigated using GC-MS. Generally, C18:2ω 6 (linoleic acid), C18:1 ω 9 (oleic acid), C16:0 (palmitic acid) and C20:0 (arachinic acid) were found to be the major FA in fungal species. Data about chemical components of Daedaleopsis septentrionalis , Fomitopsis cajanderi and Gloeophyllum protractum were obtained at the first time. Increased level of degree of FA unsaturation was probably a result of extreme environmental conditions.

KEYWORDS
  • Wood-decaying basidiomycetes
  • fatty acids
  • GC-MS
  • permafrost conditions.