Ceratocystis

Ceratocystis

perfect state of the fungus Sporothrix schenckii often found growing on parsnip roots; induces production of a furocoumarin which causes primary photosensitization.
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The treatment of pinewood chips with the blue stain fungus Ceratocystis coerulescens for four weeks led to a reduction in aldehyde emissions of the produced pellets with more than 80%.
Industrial Acremonium humicola-10; Acrophialophora fusispora-7; Blastomyces dermatitidis-6; Calcarisporium arbuscula-14; Ceratocystis olivacea-12; Chrysosporium pannorum-23; Cochlonema megalosomum-17; Curvularia lunata-15; Fulvia fulva-34; Geotrichum candidum-18; Honsfordia ovalispora-12; Michenera artocreas-3; Mucor racemosus-21; Oidiodendron tenuissimum-39; Paecilomyces niveus-17; Pagidospora amaebophila-3; Phoma exigua-16; Phymatotrichum funigicola-7; Penicillium funiculosum-31; P.
ciliata can kill trees, especially when associated with pathogenic fungi such as Ceratocystis fimbriata Ellis and Halst.
The effect of bio fungicide Mycostop on Ceratocystis radicicola, the causal agent of black scorch on date palm, Bio Control.
Organismos Tratamentos Glyphosate Halosulfuron Benomyl Rhizoctonia solani 0,2 b + 0,3 b + 0,1 b + Ceratocystis fimbriata 0,3 b + 0,1 c + 0,0 c * Cryphonectria cubensis 0,3 b + 0,3 b + 0,0 c * Phytophthora capsici 0,0 d * 0,5 b + 0,3 c + Macrophomina phaseolinea 0,2 c + 0,6 b + 0,0 d * Sclerotium rolfsii 0,2 b + 0,2 b + 0,1 b + Fusarium oxysporum f.
A fungus called Ceratocystis Manginecans, commonly known as mango killer, was identified as the cause of the disease.
The tree itself is a member of the elm family, but it proved more resistant than most related species to Ceratocystis ulmi, the fungus that destroyed the elm forests of Europe and North America starting in the 1960s.
Oak wilt is caused by a fungus called Ceratocystis fagacearum.
The most common blue stain fungi affecting commercially important species in temperate zones belong to the Ceratocystis, Ophiostoma, Grosmannia, Leptographium, and Sphaeropsis genera (Uzunovic et al.
Sectional limits and phylogenetic considerations in Carex section Ceratocystis (Cyperaceae).
In contrast, blue stain fungi, typically from genera Ophiostoma, Ceratocystis, Grosmannia, and Sphaeropsis (Diploida), have brown-pigmented hyphae and cause bluish stains on sapwood of logs and lumber (Byrne and Uzunovic 2005).