the response of fusarium oxysporum to dithane m-45 and pseudomonas aeruginosa.the interaction of the fungicide dithane m-45 (active ingredient mancozeb), with pseudomonas aeruginosa strain not sensitive to the compound, was studied. pseudomonas aeruginosa produced a fungicidal compound inhibiting the growth of fusarium oxysporum. simultaneously pseudomonas aeruginosa degraded the ebis (ethyleneisothiocyaniane) formed from the spontaneous decomposition of the fungicide which is highly toxic for fusarium oxysporum. when the fungicide was used as seed dressing together with ...19872447753
[reactivity of human lymphocytes to yeast-like and mold fungi].the capacity of the allergens of mold fungi (rhizopus nigricans, mucor pusillus, alternaria tenuis, cladosporum herbarum, fusarium oxysporum) and yeast-like fungi (candida albicans) to induce the production of lymphokins by human lymphocytes was studied. all these preparations were active in reactions with lymphocytes obtained from adult donors, but did not activate lymphocytes of newborns (obtained from umbilical blood). in equal doses (10 micrograms/ml) c. albicans allergen was more active tha ...19892500001
a novel enzyme immunoassay for conidia of fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cucumerinum f504.this study was undertaken to develop a new tool to study fusarial diseases of plants. micro- and macro-conidia of a strain (f504) of fusarium oxysporum were isolated and antiserum against the conidia was elicited in rabbits. a highly specific and sensitive competitive-type enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (elisa) for conidia of the strain was developed using the antiserum with beta-d-galactosidase-labeled anti-rabbit igg as the secondary antibody and conidia fragments of the strain as antigen a ...19892511393
the mitochondrial genome of fusarium oxysporum.physical and genetic maps have been constructed for mtdna from strains of the fungus fusarium oxysporum representing three pathogenically specialized forms. all three mtdna maps are circular. their sizes are 45 kb for f. oxysporum f.sp. raphani and 52 kb for both f. oxysporum f.sp. conglutinans and f. oxysporum f.sp. matthioli. the genetic loci for cytochrome b, the mitochondrial 25s ribosomal rna and cytochrome oxidase subunit ii, have been identified and are similarly arranged on the three gen ...19892550987
disseminated fusarium oxysporum infection in patient with heatstroke. 19892565468
immunosuppressive effects of dietary wortmannin on rats and order to assess the effects of the fungal toxin wortmannin on the immune system, rats and mice were fed wortmannin-containing cultures of fusarium oxysporum for 1 or 2 weeks. wortmannin caused significant decreases in thymic weight, thymic lymphocyte numbers, serum igg and igm levels, the primary humoral response to t-dependent and t-independent antigens and the proliferative response of spleen cells to pokeweed mitogen. in vitro administration of wortmannin did not produce evidence of cytoto ...19892628478
ultrastructural study of galacturonic acid distribution in some pathogenic fungi using gold-complexed aplysia depilans gonad lectin.aplysia gonad lectin, isolated from the mollusc aplysia depilans, was successfully conjugated to colloidal gold and used for ultrastructural detection of galacturonic acids in some pathogenic fungi. these sugar residues were found to occur in the fibrillar sheath surrounding hyphal cells of ascocalyx abietina and in intravacuolar dense inclusions of this fungus spores. in hyphae and spores of ophiostoma ulmi, galacturonic acids were detected mainly in the outermost wall layers. in contrast, thes ...19892659155
cloning of the nitrate reductase gene (niad) of aspergillus nidulans and its use for transformation of fusarium heterologous transformation system for the phytopathogenic fungus fusarium oxysporum has been developed based on the use of the aspergillus nidulans nitrate reductase gene (niad). f. oxysporum nia- mutants were easily selected by chlorate resistance. the a. nidulans niad gene was isolated from a gene library by complementation of an a. nidulans niad mutant. the cloned gene is capable of transforming f. oxysporum nia- mutants at a frequency of up to ten transformants per microgram of dna. sout ...19892670677
transformation of seven species of filamentous fungi using the nitrate reductase gene of aspergillus nidulans.a gene transfer system originally developed for fusarium oxysporum has been applied to seven species of filamentous fungi of agricultural and industrial importance. this transformation system relies on the selection of mutants deficient in nitrate reductase by positive screening. such mutants were recovered easily in all the fungi tested--without mutagenic treatments--through their resistance to chlorate. they were transformed by a plasmid vector (pan301) carrying the aspergillus nidulans wild-t ...19892673557
mycotoxin production by fusarium oxysporum and fusarium sporotrichioides isolated from baccharis spp. from brazil.fusarium oxysporum isolated from roots of and soil around baccharis species from brazil produced the trichothecenes t-2 toxin, ht-2 toxin, diacetoxyscirpenol, and 3'-oh t-2 (tc-1), whereas fusarium sporotrichioides from the same source produced t-2 toxin, ht-2 toxin, acetyl t-2, neosolaniol, tc-1, 3'-oh ht-2 (tc-3), iso-t-2, t-2 triol, t-2 tetraol, and the nontrichothecenes moniliformin and fusarin c. several unknown toxins were found but not identified. not found were macrocyclic trichothecenes ...19892705770
extraction and purification of dna from phytopathogenic soil-inhabiting fusarium species.working quantities of good quality dna was obtained from three pathogenic forms of the soil-inhabiting fungus, fusarium oxysporum (fo), which causes economically significant diseases in tomato crops. the mitochondrial, nuclear and ribosomal fractions from each of the dnas were separated by cesium chloride gradient centrifugations. the data suggest a decrease in nuclear dna and an increase in mitochondrial dna correlated with increasing pathogenicity among the three pathogens examined. ribosomal ...19892809080
antifungal susceptibility of 44 clinical isolates of fusarium species determined by using a broth microdilution method.the mics and minimum fungicidal concentrations of amphotericin b, natamycin, miconazole, itraconazole, and flucytosine against 17 isolates of fusarium solani, 14 isolates of fusarium moniliforme, 10 isolates of fusarium oxysporum, and 3 isolates of fusarium semitectum were determined by a broth microdilution method. amphotericin b and natamycin were the most active agents tested and failed to show any inoculum size effect. in contrast, miconazole and itraconazole showed poor inhibitory and fungi ...19892817867
soluble, nitrate/nitrite-inducible cytochrome p-450 of the fungus, fusarium oxysporum.both soluble and microsomal fractions of fusarium oxysporum contain cytochrome p-450(p-450). we report here that the p-450 in the soluble fraction was induced only when nitrate or nitrite was added to the growth medium, whereas the microsomal p-450 was synthesized regardless of the medium compositions. the reduced-co complex of the soluble p-450 exhibited an absorption spectrum that is different from that of the microsomal counterpart. these results indicate that the soluble p-450 is distinct fr ...19892924900
fosfonochlorin, a new antibiotic with spheroplast forming activity.a new antibiotic, fosfonochlorin, was found in the culture filtrate of four strains of fungi freshly isolated from soil samples. these strains were identified as fusarium avenaceum, fusarium oxysporum, fusarium tricinctum and talaromyces flavus. fosfonochlorin was a low molecular weight antibiotic (mw 158), soluble in water and methanol, but insoluble in acetone, ethyl acetate and chloroform. it was named after its possession of phosphorus and chlorine atoms, each one molar in its structure. the ...19892925511
mycoflora and mycotoxin-producing fungi of air-dust particles from egypt.using the dilution-plate method, 27 genera and 64 species were collected from 20 air-dust samples on glucose - (24 genera and 57 species) and cellulose - (21 genera and 45 species) czapek's agar at 28 degrees c. there are basic similarities between the mycoflora of air-dust on the two media and the most prevalent species were aspergillus niger, a. flavus, a. ochraceus, a. terreus, a. versicolor, penicillium chrysogenum, p. funiculosum, alternaria alternata, cladosporium herbarum, fusarium oxyspo ...19862938009
mycological survey of korean cereals and production of mycotoxins by fusarium isolates.the fungal species isolated from korean cereals (barley, polished barley, wheat, rye, and malt) were alternaria spp., aspergillus spp., chaetomium spp., drechslera spp., epicoccum sp., fusarium spp., and penicillium spp., etc. the number of fusarium strains isolated was 36, and their ability to produce fusarium mycotoxins on rice was tested. nivalenol (niv) was produced by fusarium graminearum (7 of 9 isolates), fusarium oxysporum (3 of 10 isolates), and fusarium spp. (7 of 15 isolates). of 15 i ...19862947538
mycotoxins produced by fusarium oxysporum in the seeds of brassica campestris during storage.three recognized mycotoxins, viz. diaxetoxyscirpenol, t-2 toxin and zearalenone, along with the fatty esters of these toxins were isolated from the flask culture extractives of fusarium oxysporum schlecht (imi 273220) as also from seeds of brassica campestris var. sarson (mustard) infected with this fungus in storage. evaluation of biological activity and toxicity of the extractives and the effects of prolonged ingestion of the mouldy seeds by animals suggest that the infected seeds may present ...19872952882
[hyperestrogenism in swine due to natural poisoning with zearalenone].a field case is described in which all prepuberal swine of a group of 20 pigs and 11 sows showed marked estrogenic effects. these consisted of enlarged mammary glands, swelled tumefacient vulva, and greatly enlarged internal reproductive organs. the corn used to feed these animals was found to contain 56 ppm zearalenone. deoxynivalenol (4.9 ppm) was found in the corn; t-2 toxin, nivalenol, fusarenon-x, diacetoxyscirpenol, aflatoxins and ochratoxins were absent. identity of z was confirmed by tlc ...19882976513
linear plasmidlike dna in the plant pathogenic fungus fusarium oxysporum f. sp. conglutinans.double-stranded, 1.9-kilobase-pair (kbp) dna molecules were found in 18 strains representing three pathogenic races of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. conglutinans. the dna element (pfoxc1) from a race 1 strain and the dna element (pfoxc2) from a race 2 strain were shown by restriction endonuclease mapping to be linear. pfoxc2 was found in mitochondrial preparations and appears to have blocked 5' termini, as it was sensitive to 3'----5' exonuclease iii but insensitive to 5'----3' lambda exonuclease. t ...19863015880
chitosan-colloidal gold complexes as polycationic probes for the detection of anionic sites by transmission and scanning electron microscopy.a new cationic colloidal gold complex has been developed for ultrastructural localization of cell surface anionic sites by transmission and scanning electron microscopy. the marker is prepared by labelling gold particles of suitable sizes (6 to 70 nm in diameter) with chitosan, a polymer of beta (1----4)-linked d-glucosamine. using human red blood cells as a model, chitosan-gold complexes were shown to be specific for anionic sites and at ph 2 for sialic acid residues. the binding capacity of co ...19883063695
effect of streptomycin on extracellular proteases production by fusarium oxysporum. 19883076587
purification and characterization of a beta-galactosidase from fusarium oxysporum var. lini.beta-d-galactosidase was purified from a cellular extract of fusarium oxysporum var. lini by heat shock and successive chromatography on deae-cellulose de-52 and sephadex g-100. the purified enzyme was homogeneous on sds gel electrophoresis. it was inhibited by divalent cations such as zn++, mg++, and ca++. the michaelis constant and maximum velocity values for o-nitrophenyl beta-d-galacto-pyranoside were 6.76 mm and 816.7 mumol x mg protein-1 x min-1. the isoelectric point was 3.83, and the opt ...19873114341
effects of cyclopropenoid fatty acids on fungal growth and lipid composition.cyclopropenoid fatty acids (cpe) isolated from sterculia foetida oil by urea clathration and reverse phase high performance liquid chromatography (hplc) were introduced into fungal cultures. stearate levels in phospholipids and triacylglycerols from ustilago maydis sporidia rose considerably in response to 30 microm cpe. in addition, cpe themselves were incorporated into glycerolipid fractions. sterol composition was unaffected. changes in lipid composition were accompanied by inhibition of dry ...19883131612
effect of antibiotics on synthesis of cell wall degrading enzymes by fusarium oxysporum and fusarium moniliforme. 19883170259
effect of herbicides on growth of some microscopic soil fungus species.the effect of 14 herbicides and two herbicide combinations of three microscopic soil fungus species was investigated by miller's method. (i) none of the 14 herbicides and 2 combinations belonging to four derivative groups induced the growth of aspergillus niger, fusarium oxysporum and rhizopus nigricans; (ii) higher doses of the herbicides prevented the growth of all test organisms significantly, the triasin derivative hungazin pk being the less and tiocarbamate derivatives alirox b 80 ec, aneld ...19883245414
disseminated cutaneous and peritoneal hyalohyphomycosis caused by fusarium species: three cases and review of the literature.three recent cases of hyalohyphomycosis caused by fusarium sp. illustrate differing aspects of infections produced by these organisms. one patient was undergoing continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis when peritonitis developed caused by fusarium moniliforme. removal of the catheter and amphotericin b were used in successful management. in a neutropenic patient on therapy for leukemia, multiple persistent infections occurred including jk diptheroids, and candida albicans sepsis. finally, nume ...19883278237
cutaneous infection caused by fusarium solani and fusarium oxysporum. 19873325538
isolation and purification of a hemorrhagic factor (wortmannin) from fusarium oxysporum (n17b).an isolate of fusarium oxysporum schlecht, emend. synd. et hans. n17b isolated from a grassy area in lakselv, norway (arctic region) produced a toxin in culture when grown on rice in the laboratory. this new toxin, which was given the trivial name of h-1 (indicating hemorrhagic factor), caused toxic effects in rats, including food refusal, weight loss, hemorrhage in the stomach, intestines, heart, and thymus, and finally death. the uv spectrum of h-1 showed 210, 254, and 292 nm as absorption max ...19883389818
fusarium oxysporum in red sea bream (pagrus sp.). 19863503145
mycoflora and vitamin content of sun-dried food condiments in nigeria.the fungi most frequently isolated (of 20-100% incidence) from fresh okra, pepper fruits and melon seeds are botryodiplodia theobromae, rhizopus stolonifer, trichoderma harzianum, mucor mucedo and fusarium oxysporum. the major mycoflora of the fruits which had been sun-dried for twenty days are comprised of aspergillus spp and penicillium spp which initially had formed the minor components (of less than 20% incidence) of the colonising population. the effect of sun-drying on the fruits was a sta ...19873507682
synthesis and biological activity of isodithiobiurets, dithiobiurets, and dithiazoles.a series of isodithiobiurets, dithiobiurets, and dithiazoles was synthesized and tested for biological activity. generally, the compounds potentiated the hypnosis induced by pentobarbitone (50 mg/kg ip) in albino mice and exhibited antifungal and insecticidal activity against fusarium oxysporum and periplanata americana, respectively. some compounds showed anticonvulsant and analgesic activity in albino rats.19873508539
antibiotic activity of the pyrenocines.pyrenocine a, a phytotoxin produced by pyrenochaeta terrestris (hansen) gorenz, walker and larson, possesses general antibiotic activity against plants, fungi, and bacteria. effective doses for 50% inhibition (ed50s) are 4 micrograms/ml for onion seedling elongation; 14, 20, 20, and 25 micrograms/ml for the germination of asexual spores of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cepae, fusarium solani f. sp. pisi, mucor hiemalis, and rhizopus stolonifer, respectively. pyrenocine a also inhibits the linear myc ...19873594310
mycoflora and trichothecene toxins of paddy grains from egypt.120 species and 38 genera were collected from 64 samples of paddy grains on glucose- and cellulose-czapek's agar at 28 degrees c. the total count of glycophilic and cellulose-decomposing fungi fluctuated between 216-29760; and 124-11320 colonies/g paddy grains on the two media, respectively. on glucose agar, the most common species were aspergillus niger, a. flavus, a. sydowi, a. terreus, a. fumigatus, a. ochraceus, penicillium chrysogenum, p. corylophilum, fusarium oxysporum, alternaria alterna ...19873696188
extensive subcutaneous hyphomycosis caused by fusarium oxysporum.subcutaneous granulomatous lesions by hyaline moulds are rare. this report describes a case of hyalohyphomycosis by fusarium oxysporum. the patient was a 16-year-old sri lankan girl who had had extensive lesions in both arms almost from infancy. the fungus was demonstrated in koh mounts and in histopathological sections. it was isolated repeatedly from her lesions over a period of 10 months. combined therapy with ketoconazole and 5-fluorocytosine resulted in marked improvement. an inherent immun ...19863723288
primary intranasal fusarium infection. potential for confusion with rhinocerebral zygomycosis.fusarium species are saprophytic fungi that may colonize human skin and nails and may rarely cause invasive infections in traumatized tissue and in debilitated and immunocompromised patients. we report herein a case of invasive intranasal fusarium oxysporum infection in a diabetic patient. this unusual presentation potentially can be confused with early rhinocerebral zygomycosis clinically and histologically. distinguishing morphologic features and the possible role of diabetes in promoting this ...19863755330
parasitic invasion of fusarium oxysporum in an arterial ulcer in an otherwise healthy patient. 19863762587
uptake and retention of 14c-aroclor 1254 in the amphipod, gammarus tigrinus, fed contaminated fungus, fusarium oxysporum. 19853919657
mycotoxins producing fungi and mycoflora of air-dust from taif, saudi arabia.using the dilution plate method, 70 species and 31 genera were collected from 20 dust samples on glucose (28 genera and 64 species) and cellulose czapek's agar (22 genera and 46 species) at 28 degrees c. the most common fungi were aspergillus niger, a. flavus, a. flavus var. columnaris, phoma glomerata, fusarium oxysporum, penicillium chrysogenum and mucor racemosus; and a. nidulans, phoma humicola, drechslera spicifera and stachybotrys chartarum on the two media, respectively. toxicity test sho ...19853935928
subterminal hydroxylation of fatty acids by a cytochrome p-450-dependent enzyme system from a fungus, fusarium oxysporum.the cell-free extract of a cytochrome p-450-producing fungus, fusarium oxysporum, was found to catalyze the hydroxylation of fatty acids. three product isomers were formed from a single fatty acid. the products from lauric acid were identified by mass-spectrometry as 9-, 10-, and 11-hydroxydodecanoic acids, and those from palmitic acid as 13-, 14-, and 15-hydroxyhexadecanoic acids. the ratio of the isomers formed was 50 : 36 : 14 in the case of laurate hydroxylation, and 37 : 47 : 16 in the case ...19854019433
synthesis and spectroscopic and fungicidal characterization of hydroxamic acids and their metal chelates.hydroxamic acid chelates of the type ml2, ml2', and ml2" where m = cu(ii), ni(ii) or co(ii) and l = n,2'-diphenylacetohydroxamic acid (n,2'-dpaha), l' = 2,2'-diphenylacetohydroxamic acid (2,2'-dpaha), and l" = 2-phenylacetohydroxamic acid (2-paha) have been isolated and characterized on the basis of elemental analysis and infrared and magnetic data. these metal chelates were screened for their fungicidal activity. the testing against fungi has been carried out by slide germination technique agai ...19854045444
onychomycosis caused by fusarium oxysporum. 19714254822
hyphal structure in fusarium oxysporum (schlecht) revealed by freeze-etching. 19714331368
the fine structure and development of chlamydospores of fusarium oxysporum. 19724560921
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 pathogenicity of fusarium oxysporum to mosquito larvae. 19724655538
respiratory metabolism of fusarium oxysporum fed with alanine in presence and absence of iodoacetate. 19724661859
effect of culture filtrates of various fungi on the mycelial respiration of fusarium oxysporum sacc. 19724669525
the effect of glycerol and a rat liver extract (ics) on sterol synthesis in fusarium oxysporum. 19724673605
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
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
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
detection of fusaric acid in the mycelium and conidia of fusarium oxysporum f. vasinfectum. 19684970752
[isolation of aspergillomarasmine a from the culture media of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonia]. 19714995047
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
[catabolism of aromatic compounds by fusarium oxysporum schlecht]. 19715098716
fusarium oxysporum keratitis.we describe herein a patient with a rare occurrence of mycotic keratitis caused by fusarium oxysporum. the fungus destroyed the cornea, and a perforating corneal graft had to be performed. the drug of choice in such diagnosed cases is natamycin. a comparison between fusarium oxysporum and fusarium solani is discussed.19892919034
acute pathological effects on rats of orally administered wortmannin-containing preparations and purified wortmannin from fusarium oxysporum.the pathological effects in rats of orally administered wortmannin, a mycotoxin produced by fusarium oxysporum, were studied. weanling rats were fed a wortmannin-containing fungal culture for 4 or 5 days, or were given by intragastric gavage a single, lethal dose of extracts of a wortmannin-containing fungal culture or pure toxin. haemoglobinuria, necrosis of lymphoid tissues and death occurred in rats fed the fungal culture. administration by gavage of extracts of the wortmannin-containing cult ...19892786490
influence of temperature on zearalenone production by regional strains of fusarium graminearum and fusarium oxysporum in culture.zearalenone production by fusarium graminearum and fusarium oxysporum was studied under two temperature conditions. incubation at 25 degrees c for 4 weeks enhanced zearalenone synthesis, improving detection of zearalenone-producing strains of fusarium oxysporum. zearalenone production was either totally or partially inhibited when temperature was lowered to 12-14 degrees c during the last 2 weeks of incubation.19911832924
[cutaneous localizations of a fusarium oxysporum septicemia in a patient with bone marrow aplasia]. 19883165609
specificity of fungal lipase in hydrolytic cleavage of oil.lipase isolated from the fungus fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lini has shown specificity to saturated acids. in vitro hydrolytic splitting of cotton seed, ground-nut and fungal (f. oxysporum) oil substrates by the enzyme preparation from this fungus, revealed preferential fatty acid specificity. the enzyme attacked the triglyceride molecule, liberating 90-97% of saturated fatty acids, irrespective of length of the carbon chain.19873439435
protopectinase, polygalacturonase, cellulases, -glucosidase & fusaric acid of fusarium oxysporum f. melonis. 19715147186
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
biosynthesis of fusaric acid in cultures of fusarium oxysporum schlecht. 19675340598
purification and properties of fructose diphosphate aldolase from fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici. 19675341926
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
[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
the effect of cochliodinol, a metabolite of chaetomium cochliodes, on the respiration of microsopores of fusarium oxysporum. 19715555523
[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
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
the effect of various inorganic nitrogen sources on the carbon dioxide output and keto acid production by mats of fusarium oxysporum. 19665983229
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
[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
[studies on the formation of heterokaryons and the parasexual cycle in fusarium oxysporum. ii. the isolation and identification of auxotrophic mutants]. 19665989426
unusual requirement for a vitamin by strains of fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonis. 19676050675
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
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
mitochondrial dna in fusarium oxysporum is a 46.5 kilobase pair circular molecule.purified mitochondria were obtained from the phytopathogenic fungus fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici by mechanical disruption of protoplasts, followed by differential and density gradient centrifugation. dna, extracted from the mitochondria, was shown by electron microscopy and restriction endonuclease analysis to be a 46.5 kilobase pair circular molecule.19846098631
lipid involvement in oleoyl coa desaturase activity of fusarium oxysporum microsomes.desaturation of oleoyl coa by the microsomal fraction of fusarium oxysporum hyphal cells required o2, nadph, mgcl2, and the addition of either bovine serum albumin or the 105 000g supernatant fraction. in the absence of reduced nucleotide, [14c]oleoyl coa was rapidly incorporated into phospholipid and triacylglycerol and hydrolyzed to free fatty acids. after addition of nadph, oleate was desaturated at the normal rate. analysis of the distribution of [14c]oleate and [14c]linoleate between differ ...19806104537
8006-i, an antibiotic from amblyosporium spongiosum (pers.) hughes sensu pirozynski. ii. biological properties.8006-i is an antibacterial antibiotic with a rather broad spectrum of activity. the minimum inhibitory concentrations for the most sensitive bacteria are in the range of one to ten micrograms/ml. yeasts are not affected by concentrations up to 100 micrograms/ml. some filamentous fungi like fusarium oxysporum and mucor miehei are inhibited at 100 micrograms/ml. in ehrlich carcinoma ascitic cells the incorporation of uridine and leucine and to a lesser extent that of thymidine is reduced. in isola ...19826178718
development of fluorescent-antibody reagents for demonstration of pseudallescheria boydii in tissues.we prepared fluorescent-antibody reagents to detect and identify pseudallescheria boydii in tissue. antisera to broken mycelium and condidia (particulate antigens) and to culture filtrates (soluble antigens) of p. boydii were produced in rabbits. antisera and globulin fractions of the antisera were labeled with fluorescein isothiocyanate and evaluated for their ability to stain p. boydii in tissues. the conjugates were first tested with cultures of 25 p. boydii isolates and 26 heterologous fungi ...19836195179
a case of nondermatophytic toe onychomycosis caused by fusarium oxysporum.the case history of a patient with nondermatophytic onychomycosis of the great toenail due to fusarium oxysporum is presented. the occurrence of fusarium onychomycosis, although not rare, is infrequent. this fungus may not be recovered from clinical material if the specimen is cultured only on media containing cycloheximide.19806445716
3'-hydroxylation of 4'-methoxyisoflavones by fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici.3'-hydroxylation of isoflavones by fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici mainly proceeds with 4'-methoxy-7-hydroxyderivatives; this reaction is used for quantitative conversion of 14c-labelled isoflavones.19836649792
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