2 edition of Artificial inoculation of Trichosporium symbioticum Wright into Abies grandis (Douglas) Lindley found in the catalog.
Artificial inoculation of Trichosporium symbioticum Wright into Abies grandis (Douglas) Lindley
Betty Lee Wong
Written in English
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Function of the siphunculi in aphids with particular reference to the sycamore aphid, Drepanosiphum platanoides. A. F. G. Dixon. Zoology Department, The University, Glasgow, Scotland *University of East Anglia, University Plain, Norwich, England. Search for more papers by this by: Abstract. Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.] is one of the economically most important conifer species in major pathogen on Norway spruce is Heterobasidion parviporum (Fr.) Niemelä & Korhonen. To achieve a better understanding of Norway spruce's defence mechanisms, transcriptional responses in bark to H. parviporum infection were compared with the response to Cited by:
seconds into the appropriate B. basssina concentration or the control. Once infection was confirmed by the presence of aerial mycelia, O. sauteri nymphs were provisioned with B. bassiana-infected F. occidentalis larvae. Similarly, for the control treatment, O. sauteri nymphs were provisioned with control larvae. F. occidentalis prey wasCited by: D. Piesik et al. / Journal of Plant Physiology () – Table 1 Health status of tested cereal plants. Fusarium species 1st evaluation [%] 2nd evaluation [%].
After artificial inoculation, the disease severity in each plant was evaluated using a 0–3 disease severity scale (0 = no symptoms, 1 = beginning of yellowing symptom on leaves, 2 = leaves strongly affected, 3 = plant death). The disease index (DI) was calculated as DI = summation of (disease severity × number of plants in that disease Cited by: Wong, B. L. and Berryman, A. A. () Host resistance to the fir engraver beetle. 3. Lesion development and containment of infection by resistant Abies grandis inoculated with Trichosporium symbioticum. Can. J. Bot. – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by:
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More- over, after induction, resin contains large amounts of several new monoter- penes such as myrcene, sabinene, dcarene, and limonene that are Table III Compositional Changes of Volatiles from Grand Fir (Abies grandis) Wound Reactions 14 Days after Inoculation with Trichosporium symbioticum or Mechanical Injury a Days after: Uninjured Cited by: 9.
A novel inoculation method of the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea using intact leaf sheaths of rice plants, designated as the intact method, was devised to observe the cytological events in living tissues during infection.
In leaf sheaths inoculated by using the intact method, the symptoms closely resembled those occurring in inoculated plants, and progressive steps of fungal invasion and Cited by: After performing de novo transcript assembly of >1 billion RNA-Sequencing reads obtained from 22 samples of different Norway spruce (Picea abies) tissues that were not surface sterilized, we found that assembled sequences captured a mix of plant, lichen, and fungal transcripts.
The latter were likely expressed by endophytic and epiphytic symbionts, indicating that these organisms were present Cited by: We quantified seed production and viability, floral herbivory and fungal infection on blowout penstemon (Penstemon haydenii S.
Watson), an endangered species of the Nebraska Sandhills, USA, in order to determine the potential for perpetuation of this, and possibly other short-lived, rare perennials of fragmented habitats.
Over three years, the number of seeds per infructescence averaged Author: Kay L Kottas, James Stubbendieck, Erin E Blankenship, Jay B. Fitzgerald. Start studying Microbiology Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Other articles where Trichosphaeriales is discussed: fungus: Annotated classification: Order Trichosphaeriales (incertae sedis; not placed in any subclass) Pathogenic on plants, saprotrophic on wood; ascomata globose, dark, and superficial; cylindrical, stalked asci; some produce muriform (brick-shaped) spores; example genus is Trichosphaeria.
Pezizomycotina (incertae sedis; not placed in any. Ambispora C. Walker, Vestberg & Schüßler. If history illuminates the paths science has taken us, then this genus has been all over the map.
It is far more complicated and confusing than it needs to be, and it all started with the publication by Spain et al. (), which split all the species Morton et al.
() had synonymized and returned them to Glomus or Acaulospora and transferred two. Other articles where Simblum is discussed: stinkhorn: Mutinus, Dictyophora, Simblum, and Clathrus. Plant inoculation. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Plants; Used for: Plants -- Inoculation; Plants, Inoculation of; Inoculation of plants; Filed under.
Spain et al. () took steps to place the dimorphic species into a new genus (Appendicispora) and to keep the strictly acaulosporoid species (Ar.
trappei) separate. But then these workers created a huge mess by resurrecting all of the species that had been synonymized into Ar. leptoticha. They did this by focusing only on a few select. Inoculation with G. intraradices strongly repressed initiation and differentiation of haustoria in P.
tricolor, with or without the presence of barley (Table 1 and Fig. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal-inoculated P. tricolor seedlings showed severe growth depression 4 weeks after transplanting (P Cited by: Characteristic State Code Images; Uniperforate septa: a single central pore: 1: Uniperforate septal pore margin: septal pore swelling: 3: Protruding non-membrane-bound bodies associated with septal pore(s).
A new fungal isolate that grows endophytically in sweet sorghum was identified as Helminthosporium velutinum Link ex Ficinus & Schubert. Light-microscopy of cross-sections of colonized sweet sorghum roots showed that the intercellular, pigmented hyphae of the fungus was mostly limited to the epidermal layer and formed outer mantle-like by: 7.
Softwood is the predominant form of land plant biomass in the Northern hemisphere, and is among the most recalcitrant biomass resources to bioprocess technologies.
The white rot fungus, Phanerochaete carnosa, has been isolated almost exclusively from softwoods, while most other known white-rot species, including Phanerochaete chrysosporium, were mainly isolated from by: Full Article.
Comparative Evaluation of Some Woody Tree Methanolic Extracts and Paraloid B against Phytopathogenic Mold Fungi Alternaria tenuissima and Fusarium culmorum Maisa M.
Mansour, a Ahmed Abdel-Megeed, c,d Ramadan A. Nasser, b,e and Mohamed Z. Salem b, * Natural compounds from certain timber trees are highly valued and recommended to protect wood and wood products.
Serendipitous Meta-Transcriptomics: The Fungal Community of Norway Spruce (Picea abies) Nicolas Delhomme, 1 Görel Sundström, 1, 2 Neda Zamani, 1, 2 Henrik Lantz, 2, 3 Yao-Cheng Lin, 4 Torgeir R.
Hvidsten, 1, 5 Marc P. Höppner, 2, 3 Patric Jern, 2 Yves Van de Peer, 4, 6 Joakim Lundeberg, 7 Manfred G. Grabherr, # 2, 3 and Nathaniel Cited by: Pathogenicity of some Ips typographus-associated blue-stain fungi to Norway spruce resistant Abies grandis inoculated with Trichosporium symbioticum control injury and Trichosporium.
Serendipitous Meta-Transcriptomics: The Fungal Community of Norway Spruce (Picea abies). Delhomme N(1), Sundström G(2), Zamani N(2), Lantz H(3), Lin YC(4), Hvidsten TR(5), Höppner MP(3), Jern P(6), Van de Peer Y(7), Lundeberg J(8), Grabherr MG(3), Street NR(1).
but that they provide insight into the plant's phyllosphere. Notably, we could Cited by: Tinea capitis caused by species of Microsporum and Trichophyton is a contagious disease that is endemic in many countries.
Affecting primarily pre-pubertal children between 6 and 10 years, it is more common in males than females; rarely does the disease persist past age lty: Infectious disease. Monoterpenes present in grand fir, Abies grandis (Douglas) Lindley, phloem were tested for their effects on fir engraver, Scolytus ventralis LeConte, adults and the symbiotic fungus Trichosporium.
HIFTORY OF TIPULA TRITICI & ICHNEUMON TIPULATE, WITH SOME OBFERVATIONS UPON OTHER INFECTS THAT ATTEND THE WHEAT, IN A LETTER TO THOMAS MARFHAM, EFQ. [W. Kirby] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : W. Kirby.Lesion development and containment of infection in resistant Abies grandis inoculated with Trichosporium symboticumCanadian Journal of Botany, 55, Cited by: Print Publications Are No Longer Available In an ongoing effort to be fiscally responsible, the Southern Research Station (SRS) will no longer produce and distribute hard copies of our publications.
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