TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
relation of certain amino acids to carbon dioxide and mycelium production of fusarium oxysporum. 193416652921
experimental evidence of the pathogenicity of fusarium oxysporum schl. f. to the oil palm (elaeis guineensis j.). 195114826797
effect of auxins on the mycelial growth of fusarium oxysporum var. cubense. 195214941055
heterocaryosis and variability in fusarium oxysporum f. gladioli (snyder & hansen). 195413130828
pathogenic strains of fusarium oxysporum fr. distinguished by their differential tolerance to inhibition by various actinomycetes. 195513252216
a study of the factors influencing non-genetic variation in a strain of fusarium oxysporum. 195613346025
heterokaryosis and parasexual recombination in pathogenic strains of fusarium oxysporum. 195613357720
growth responses of fusarium oxysporum to metabolites of some rhizospheric microflora of egyptian cotton verieties. 195813517230
keratomycosis caused by fusarium oxysporum. 195813520660
absence of pectolytic enzymes in a pathogenic strain of fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici. 195813590213
production of a perfect stage in a nutritionally deficient mutant of pathogenic fusarium oxysporum after ultra-violet irradiation. 195913806567
fusarium oxysporum infection of the nail; report of cases. 195913648973
is nectria haematococca berk, and br. the perfect stage of fusarium oxysporum schl. forma pisi (lindf.) s. and h.? 196013851241
effect of pea root exudate on the antagonism of some rhizosphere micro-organisms towards fusarium oxysporum f. pisi. 196013806566
the metabolic detoxication of 2,4-dinitrophenol by fusarium oxysporum. 196113765066
[parasitic analysis of cultivated soil. detection of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonis]. 196113769792
genetics of phytopathogenic fungi. iv. experimentally induced alterations in nuclear ratios of heterocaryons of fusarium oxysporum f. pisi. 196113778821
longevity of fusarium oxysporum in soil tube soil tube culture, representatives of three biologic forms of fusarium oxysporum survived unchanged morphologically for 11 years or more. an isolate of the muskmelon wilt fungus remained viable after 17 years' storage in dry air at a temperature of from 3 degrees to 4 degrees c. the surviving unit was found to be the chlamydospore.196117800128
a soil suspension-plating method of estimating populations of fusarium oxysporum f. melonis in muskmelon wilt soils. 196214006148
localization of enzymes in the mycelium and microconidia of fusarium oxysporum.maruyama, yoshiharu (cornell university, ithaca, n.y.) and martin alexander. localization of enzymes in the mycelium and microconidia of fusarium oxysporum. j. bacteriol. 84:307-312. 1962-extracts prepared from mycelium and microconidia of fusarium oxysporum f. cubense were fractionated into a soluble and four particulate fractions by differential centrifugation, and the distribution of several enzymes in the isolated cell constituents was examined. succinic dehydrogenase, cytochrome oxidase, an ...196214470662
[role of carbon dioxide in the ecology of sclerotinia minor jagger and fusarium oxysporum f. melonis (leack et crw.) sn. et h]. 196314048717
anaerobic growth of fusarium oxysporum.gunner, h. b. (cornell university, ithaca, n.y.), and m. alexander. anaerobic growth of fusarium oxysporum. j. bacteriol. 87:1309-1316. 1964.-fusarium oxysporum, an alleged obligate aerobe, was found to be capable of growth in the absence of molecular oxygen, provided the medium contained yeast extract, mno(2), nitrate, selenite, or ferric ions. the active substance in yeast extract was not identified. the fungus possessed hydrogenase, and was capable of utilizing h(2). under anaerobic condition ...196414188707
studies on the rhizophere microflora of plants resistant and susceptible to soil borne diseases. ii. effect of amino acids and vitamins on growth of thielaviopsis basicola (berk a. br.) ferr. and fusarium oxysporum f. lini (bolley) snyd et hans. 196414211332
[studies on the nuclear relations in fusarium oxysporum f. callistephi]. 196414310166
carbon and nitrogen requirements of fusarium oxysporum causing cotton wilt. 196414121482
effect of buffers on the pectolytic activity of culture filtrates of fusarium oxysporum. 196414152850
sucrose and nitrate absorption and assimilation in relation to growth, respiration and keto acid production by spores of fusarium oxysporum. 19665983230
comparative study of the effect of nitrate and amino acid-nitrogen on the respiration, keto acid production and nitrogen metabolism of fusarium oxysporum. 19665983231
the effect of various inorganic nitrogen sources on the carbon dioxide output and keto acid production by mats of fusarium oxysporum. 19665983229
[studies on the formation of heterokaryons and the parasexual cycle in fusarium oxysporum. ii. the isolation and identification of auxotrophic mutants]. 19665989426
[studies on the formation of heterokaryons and the parasexual cycle in fusarium oxysporum. i. formation of anastomoses in the mycelium and relation of nuclei during development of the onidia]. 19665989425
biosynthesis of fusaric acid in cultures of fusarium oxysporum schlecht. 19675340598
fructose diphosphate aldolase from fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici. ii. characteristics of the exchange reaction. 19676062858
5-bromouracil and induced production of fusaric acid by fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici in culture. 19676064075
sterol and fatty acid components of mycelium of fusarium oxysporum. 19676064340
respiratory response of radish varieties resistant and susceptible to vascular infection by fusarium oxysporum f. conglutinans. 19676077707
purification and properties of fructose diphosphate aldolase from fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici. 19675341926
fructose diphosphate aldolase from fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici. 3. studies on the mechanism of reaction. 19676082575
biosynthesis of nicotinic acid by fusarium oxysporum schlecht. 19676082578
unusual requirement for a vitamin by strains of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonis. 19676050675
[studies on the heterokary on formation and parasexual cycle in fusarium oxysporum. 3. crossing trials with auxotroph mutants of fusarium oxysporum f. callistephi]. 19675589516
[experiments on the inhibition of a cellulase of fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici]. 19675632692
the metabolism of aromatic acids by micro-organisms. a reassessment of the role of o-benzoquinone as a product of protocatechuate metabolism by fungi.1. the addition of aniline to cultures of several yeasts, fusarium oxysporum and neurospora crassa growing with protocatechuate as sole carbon source resulted in the precipitation of dianilino-o-benzoquinone (anil). this product was also formed, however, if the medium was uninoculated. 2. the physical presence of yeast cells (living or dead) increased the anil yields in debaryomyces subglobosus cultures. 3. no anil was formed if p-hydroxybenzoate was the growth substrate. 4. o-benzoquinone was a ...19685691755
the induction of dodine tolerance in fusarium oxysporum f. melonis: a technique applicable to the study of the bionomics of soil-borne fungal pathogens. 19685724895
detection of fusaric acid in the mycelium and conidia of fusarium oxysporum f. vasinfectum. 19684970752
cell walls and lysis of mortierella parvispora hyphae.walls of mortierella parvispora, pullularia pullulans, absidia repens, fusarium oxysporum, and of several penicillium species varied in their susceptibilities to digestion by glucanase and chitinase. polysaccharides were present in the residues remaining after enzymatic digestion. acid hydrolysates of the walls contained glucose, glucosamine, and a small amount of galactose. the walls of m. parvispora, which also contained fucose, were the least digested by these two enzymes. much of the m. parv ...19695813340
fusarium oxysporum and aspergillus flavur spore germination in the rhizosphere of peanut. 19695820897
fatty acids of the mycelia and conidia of fusarium oxysporum and fusarium roseum. 19695344751
fusaric acid in selective pathogenicity of fusarium oxysporum. 19695374241
protein and esterase patterns of two formae speciales of fusarium oxysporum. 19695374242
effect of ethionine and methionine on the growth, sporulation, and virulence of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici race 2. 19695374247
the mitotic apparatus in fungi, ceratocystis fagacearum and fusarium oxysporum.vegetative nuclei of fungi ceratocystis fagacearum and fusarium oxysporum were studied both in the living condition with phase-contrast microscopy and after fixation and staining by hcl-giemsa, aceto-orcein, and acid fuchsin techniques. nucleoli, chromosomes, centrioles, spindles, and nuclear envelopes were seen in living hyphae of both fungi. the entire division process occurred within an intact nuclear envelope. spindles were produced between separating daughter centrioles. at metaphase the ch ...19694881436
enzymatic reduction of iron oxide by fungi.the occurrence of the iron-reducing phenomenon among some common fungi was studied. results indicated that (i) the reduction of ferric iron to the ferrous state by fungi seems to be restricted to nitrate reductase-inducible strains such as actinomucor repens, alternaria tenuis, fusarium oxysporum, and f. solani and (ii) the amount of dissolved ferrous iron may be reduced progressively by increasing the amount of nitrate added to the medium. compared with a complex medium (sabouraud medium), less ...196916349855
effect of meloidogyne incognita, m. hapla, and m. javanica on the severity of fusarium wilt of chrysanthemum.rooted cuttings of chrysanthemum morifolium 'yellow delaware' (fusarium-susceptible) and 'white iceberg' (fusarium-resistant) were greenhouse-grown in: (i) non-infested soil; (ii) soil infested with fusarium oxysporum alone; (iii) soil infested with meloidogyne incognita, m. javanica or m. hapla; and (iv) each nematode separately plus the fungus. all nematode species infected roots of both cultivars and caused characteristic root-knot symptoms but did not appreciably affect growth meassured by p ...196919325666
antagonistic interaction of heterodera schachtii schmidt and fusarium oxysporum (woll.) on a field experiment, nematicides controlled the disease of sugarbeets caused by heterodera schachtii and fusarium oxysporum. biocides that were both fungicidal and nematicidal also controlled the disease, but sugar yields were no higher than those obtained with the plain nematicides. in greenhouse experiments, the interaction between h. schachtii and f. oxysporam was disadvantageous to the nematode. damage to sugarbeets was less when the fungus and the nematode were present than when only the ...197019322329
[effect of plants on phytopathogenic soil fungi. v. fusarium oxysporum f. pisi snyd. et hans]. 19705536790
purification and pattern of action of pectinesterase from fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum. 19715544651
[isolation of aspergillomarasmine a from the culture media of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonia]. 19714995047
hyphal structure in fusarium oxysporum (schlecht) revealed by freeze-etching. 19714331368
onychomycosis caused by fusarium oxysporum. 19714254822
protopectinase, polygalacturonase, cellulases, -glucosidase & fusaric acid of fusarium oxysporum f. melonis. 19715147186
the effect of cochliodinol, a metabolite of chaetomium cochliodes, on the respiration of microsopores of fusarium oxysporum. 19715555523
[catabolism of aromatic compounds by fusarium oxysporum schlecht]. 19715098716
proteins from plant cell walls inhibit polygalacturonases secreted by plant pathogens.proteins extracted from the cell walls of red kidney bean hypocotyls, tomato stems, and suspension-cultured sycamore cells can completely inhibit the activity of the polygalacturonases (polygalacturonide hydrolases, ec secreted by the fungal plant pathogens colletotrichum lindemuthianum, fusarium oxysporum, and sclerotium rolfsii. the inhibitor of the c. lindemuthianum polygalacturonase, purified 560-fold from bean hypocotyl extracts, is 40 times as effective an inhibitor of the c. lin ...19715288769
protection of fusarium and verticillium propagules from selected biocides following ingestion by pristionchus lheritieri.spores of fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici or verticillium dahliae (potato strain) ingested by pristionchus iheritieri (a saprozoic nematode) survived exposure to otherwise lethal solutions of free chlorine, thiabendazole or the methyl ester of l-butylcarbamoyl-2-bendimidazole carbamic acid. viability of mechanically-freed or defecated spores were the same.197119322336
respiratory metabolism of fusarium oxysporum fed with alanine in presence and absence of iodoacetate. 19724661859
ultrastructure and time course of mitosis in the fungus fusarium oxysporum.mitosis in fusarium oxysporum schlect. was studied by light and electron microscopy. the average times required for the stages of mitosis, as determined from measurements made on living nuclei, were as follows: prophase, 70 sec; metaphase, 120 sec; anaphase, 13 sec; and telophase, 125 sec, for a total of 5.5 min. new postfixation procedures were developed specifically to preserve the fine-structure of the mitotic apparatus. electron microscopy of mitotic nuclei revealed a fibrillo-granular, extr ...19724561944
the effect of glycerol and a rat liver extract (ics) on sterol synthesis in fusarium oxysporum. 19724673605
the fine structure and development of chlamydospores of fusarium oxysporum. 19724560921
the pathogenicity of fusarium oxysporum to mosquito larvae. 19724655538
effect of culture filtrates of various fungi on the mycelial respiration of fusarium oxysporum sacc. 19724669525
purification and partial characterization of the polygalacturonases produced by fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici. 19725028506
comparative studies on the effect of vitamins on sporulation in fusarium oxysporum schlecht. ex. fr. and fusarium moniliforme v. subglutinans wr. & rg. 19725034907
development of woronin bodies from microbodies in fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici. 19734689414
a method of lentil inoculation with fusarium oxysporum schlecht. 19734740794
malic enzyme of fusarium oxysporum. 19734762795
mutagenic effect of benomyl on fusarium oxysporum. 19734793502
influence of copper and zinc ions on toxicity of sodium n-methyldithiocarbamate to fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici. 19734684601
investigations on the mode of action of sodium n-methyldithiocarbamate in fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici. 19734684602
fusarium oxysporum forma specialis voandzeiae, a new form species causing wilt of bambarra groundnut. 19751177965
chemical mutagenesis of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici: non-selected changes in pathogenicity of auxotrophic mutants.single and multiple auxotrophic mutants of the fusarium oxysporum f. sp.lycopersici strains which cause fusarium crown-rot and fusarium wilt of tomato were obtained by chemical mutagenesis with nitrous acid, nitrosoguandidine and ethylmethaneulphonate. the mutagenesis and selection procedures, adapted for use with a plant pathogenic fungus, are described. changes in pathogenicity were observed when the auxotrophs were compared with the wild type but no correlation was observed between changes in ...1975167104
toxigenic fungi in food.forty-five fungal isolates from moldy supermarket foods were tested for toxicity to brine shrimp, and twenty-two of these isolates were subsequently tested for toxicity to chicken embryos. highly toxigenic fungi were cladosporium sphaerospermum from a bakery product, fusarium oxysporum from carrots, f. solani from cabbage, aspergillus niger and penicillium corylophilum from bread, p. cyclopium and p. herguei from corn meal, p. lanosum from onions,p. steckii from chocolate syrup, penicillium sp. ...19751147614
deoxyribonucleic acid metabolism and nuclear division during spore germination in fusarium oxysporum.ungerminated microconidia of fusarium oxysporum have a mean cell dna content of 0-134 times 10--12 g/cell with a guanine-plus-cytosine composition (%gc) of 50-75%. during germination, the first dry weight increase of the spore population was defected after 3 h incubation and the first germ tube appeared after 4 h. the total dna of the culture sharply increased after 5 h, followed by a pause at 6 h. at this time the dna content per nucleus was maximal and the first nuclear divisions were detected ...19751151339
the effect of volatile and gaseous metabolites of swelling seeds on germination of fungal spores.effects of volatile and gaseous metabolites of swelling seeds of pea, bean, wheat, corn cucumber, tomato, lentil, carrot, red papper and lettuce on germination of spores of five genera of fungi were found to depend rather on the fungal than on the plant genus. germination of spores of botrytis cinerea, mucor racemosus and trichoderma viride was most severely inhibited. spores of verticillium dahliae were less sensitive and germination of spores of fusarium oxysporum was inhibited only in two cas ...19751176038
growth response of three formae speciales of fusarium oxysporum to their host and non-host plants. 19751176040
effect on microorganisms of volatile compounds released from germinating seeds.volatile compounds evolved from germinating seeds of slash pine, bean, cabbage, corn, cucumber, and pea were evaluated for their ability to support growth of microorganisms in liquid mineral salts media lacking a carbon source. growth of eight bacteria was measured turbidimetrically and of six fungi as dry weight of mycelium. volatiles caused increased growth of pseudomonas fluorescens, bacillus cereus, erwinia carotovora, agrobacterium tumefaciens, a. radiobacter, rhizobium japonicum, mucor muc ...19751201509
fusariosis, myasthenic syndrome, and aplastic anemia.fusarium, a fungus, produces a potent mycotoxin that, when ingested with contaminated cereal grains, produces a serious illness in man called alimentary toxic aleukia (ussr) and akakabi-byo (japan). the illness includes gastrointestinal symptoms and weakness and if ingestion of fusarium contaminated grain persists, culminates in aplastic anemia. a 66-year-old woman had eaton-lambert syndrome and a clinical course similar to alimentary toxic aleukia. several months before her death, pancytopenia, ...19751237102
[hybrid forms of malate dehydrogenas from fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum and from cotton]. 19751149608
fungal air spora at ibadan, nigeria.the fungal air spora at ibadan, nigeria, was investigated by using casella slit samplers. three sites, incorporating three locations at each site, were selected for the exposure of replicate plates during sampling. to provide data on a wide range of saprophytic and pathogenic fungal spores, isolations were made on sabouraud dextrose agar and malt agar plates incubated at 26 and 37 c. altogether over 60,000 fungal colonies were isolated and counted during the 12-month sampling period. the prevale ...19751124919
protein content and amino acid composition of certain fungi evaluated for microbial protein production.the protein and total amino acid contents of four mycelial fungal strains and one yeast were approximately the same for cultures harvested in the mid-log and early stationary growth phases. it was found that fusarium oxysporum and fusarium moniliforme contained approximately 30% more protein and total amino acids than aspergillus niger. the amino acid composition of mycelial protein compares favorably with that of british petroleum yeast protein toprina produced commercially on hydrocarbon subst ...19751115498
heterokaryosis in fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici.intra-isolate and inter-isolate heterokaryons were synthesized between auxotrophic mutants of fusarium crown rot, 'purple variant' and the wilt isolates. this is the first report of intra- and inter-isolate heterokaryons in fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici. conidial ratios determined for several heterokaryons between different mutants of the fusarium crown rot organism showed that the ratio is constant for each heterokaryon and that the ratio usually is in favour of one of the mutants.1976932676
isolation of ethyl p-methoxycinnamate, the major antifungal principle of curcumba antifungal principle of the dried rhizomes of curcuma zedoaria was extracted with hot ethanol. by successive chromatography on neutral alumina and silica gel, three antibiotic compounds a, b, and c, all active against trichophyton rubrum, aspergillus niger and saccharomyces cerevisiae, were obtained in chemically pure form. by uv, ir, pmr and ms analysis, the structure of the most abundant one of these compounds (c, 69.8%; h, 6,8%; and 0.23.4%) was assigned as ethyl p-methoxycinnamate (epmc). ...1976785141
biosynthesis of bikaverin in fusarium oxysporum. use of 13c nuclear magnetic resonance with homonuclear 13c decoupling to locate adjacent 13c labels.bikaverin obtained by supplementing cultures of fusarium oxysporum with singly and doubly 13c labeled acetate was enriched by approximately 0.5 atom percent with the 13c isotope. at this low enrichment 13c nmr spectra of samples labeled from (1-13c)- and (2-13c) acetate did not show, unequivocally, the pattern of isotopic incorporation. small sample size, poor solubility and difficulties in the assignment of resonances also restricted the amount of information thacetate. the difficulty was overc ...1976994324
characterization of two endopolygalacturonase isozymes produced by fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici.polygalacturonase (ec produced by fursarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici was purified by chromatography on deae-cellulose, cm-cellulose, and hydroxyapatite. the purified enzyme consisted of two electrophoretically distinct "isozymes", that behaved as charge isomers during electrophoresis in several different concentrations of polyacrylamide gel. the two isozymes had similar "endo" modes of action on polygalacturonic acid, as determined by comparison of viscosity reduction, reducing gro ...19761268232
toxic substances produced by fusarium i: trichothecene derivatives from two strains of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. carthami. 19761255428
temperature-induced alterations in phospholipids of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici.ten phospholipids were identified in hyphal membrane preparations of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici when the cells were grown to the late log phase at 15, 25, and 37 degrees c, respectively. the major phospholipids present were phosphatidylcholine (pc) and phosphatidylethanolamine (pe), which together made up about 70% of the total membrane phospholipids. the degree of unsaturation in the acyl group of the phospholipids was inversely related to growth temperature. the polar head group com ...19761260546
[the palmier date palm and fusarium infection. ii. report on the stereochemistry of monosaccharides and their various derivatives and the growth of fusarium oxysporum f.sp. albedinis (killian et maire) gordon].fusarium oxysporum albedinis was grown in the presence of 20 different sugars or their derivatives. the results obtained were correlated with the stereochemical structure of the main oses. osmotic phenomena as well as active and selective transport were used to explain differences in utilization of oses of very near structure. based on the affinity of the fungus for mannose, a hypothesis is formulated concerning the fungus action in the host.19761276994
properties of spin labelled membranes of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici.growth temperature-induced compositional changes in membranes of fusarium oxysporum provided a test system for study of the relationship between physical properties and composition. growth at 15 degrees c was characterized by a decrease in phospholipid content relative to sterol content, a shift in phospholipid composition from phosphatidylcholine to phosphatidylethanolamine and a marked enhancement in the amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids in the phospholipid and triglyceride classes. uptake ...1976182261
interactions of concomitant species of nematodes and fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum on cotton.meloidogyne incognita, hoplolaintus galeatus, and north carolina and georgia populations of belonolaimus longicaudatus were introduced singly and in various combinations with fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum on wilt-susceptible 'rowden' cotton. of all the nematodes, the combination of the n. c. population of b. longicaudatus with fusarium promoted greatest wilt development. h. galeatus had no effect on wilt. with fusarium plus m. incognito or b. longicaudatus, high nematode levels promoted ...197619308201
the influence of trichoderma harzianum on the root-knot fusarium wilt complex in cotton.wilt-susceptible cultivar 'rowden' cotton was inoculated wilh meloidogyne incognita (n), trichoderma harzianum (t), and fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum (f) alone and in all combinations in various time sequences. plants inoculated with f alone or in combination with t did not develop wilt, simultaneous inoculation of 7-day-old seedlings with all three organisms (ntf) produced earliest wilt. however, plants receiving nematodes at 7 days and fusarium and trichoderma at 2 or 4 weeks later (n- ...197619308202
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