Gliocladium

Gliocladium

a common fungal contaminant.
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Conifer bark as growth medium and carrier for Trichoderma harzianum and Gliocladium roseum to control Phythium ultimum on pea.
It was used for identification of Rhizopus species; "Mucorales" Zycha, [47] for Aspergillus species;" The Genus Aspergillus" [35] and "List of accepted species and their synonyms in the family Trichocomonaceae" Pitt, [33] for Penicillium, Gliocladium, Paecilomyces species; A Manual of the Penicillia" [36], for Alternaria, Cladosporium, Ulocladium, Aureobasidium, Scopulariopsis species; "Dematiaceous Hypomycetes" Ellis, [20] and Simmons [40], for Fusarium species; " The Genus Fusarium" Booth, [11] for Mycelia sterilia; "Ainsworth & Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi" Ainsworth, [2] and "Tohumsuz Bitkiler Sistematigi" (Bacteriophyta, Cyanophyta, Phycophyta, Mycophyta, Lichenes) [19].
One fungi, Gliocladium roseum, can open structural lactone rings to detoxify ZEA by 80 to 90% (Schatzmayr et al.
Heat treatment slightly increased resistance against Rhizopus javanicus and Gliocladium (Trichoderma) virens, but not against Aspergillus niger.
Twenty-nine genera of fungi were identified from the two cities in descending order, and the top six genera from City A were: Cladosporium, 3028, Alternaria, 912, Aspergillus, 390, Biospora, 230, Rhizopus, 162, and Sporothrix, 37; and from City B were: Cladosporium, 3,790, Alternaria, 1531, Chaetomium, 298, Penicillium, 284, Gliocladium, 256, and Aspergillus, 172.
I have heard about] a strain of red Gliocladium roseum fungus in a Patagonian rain forest that consumes common cellulose and makes hydrocarbon gases as a waste product.
This is the first report of isolation of Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht, Verticillium chlamydosporum Goddard, and Gliocladium roseum Bainier from infected females of Meloidogyne spp.
They continued to investigate and discovered that the fungus, called Gliocladium roseum, was producing gases.
They believe the organism, gliocladium roseum, could be anew source of green energy.
sinensis produced in Qinghai Province (Wanfong Pharmaceutical); fungus strain Gliocladium roseum (Link) Thom was isolated from wild C.
During the same experiments, the fungal pathogen Gliocladium virens required high levels of C for successful invasion of Diplodia colonies.
Peter Boer, Grace's executive vice president and chief technical officer, said, "This promising new technology could complement Grace's existing portfolio of natural biocontrol products, which include Margosan-O and BioNeem insecticides and the gliocladium fungicide.