Myrothecium

Myrothecium

Myrothecium roridum and M. verrucosum (M. verrucaria) are fungi that grow on standing grasses or clover, and on stored feed. There is a special disposition to grow on kikuyu grass. See myrotheciotoxicosis, pennisetumclandestinum.
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One possibility being explored by Agricultural Research Service scientists in Stoneville, Mississippi, is the fungus Myrothecium verrucaria.
Myrothecium Verrucaria's Effective Ability as a Bioherbical Agent
Castlebury discovered that the closest relatives of Stachybotrys are actually members of the genus Myrothecium, fungi that cause serious diseases in crop plants and invasive weeds.
Myrothecium roridum and Stachybotrys microspora); and the known mycotoxins sterigmatocysrin, citrinin, and ochratoxin A (metabolites of, e.
The microbial degradation of an ultra-high mole:wt PE/starch composite film was studied by Nakashima and Matsuo [90] using two kinds of filamentous fungi, Myrothecium verrucarria and Chaetomium globosum.
In a case discussed in the section on chemicals with medicinal properties, a macrocyclic trichothecene mycotoxin with a phytotoxic activity is produced by the rhizosphere fungus Myrothecium spp.
This includes existing commercial applications of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG), which inhibits ethylene biosynthesis, as well as applications of Myrothecium verrucaria for plant root health.
Douglas Boyette and colleagues are testing a naturally occurring fungus, Myrothecium verrucaria, that infects kudzu with NASCAR-like speed.
Now, research has shown that it may be important to test for additional fungi from the genus Myrothecium, a close relative of Stachybotrys.
Douglas Boyette at ARS' Southern Weed Science Research Unit, Stoneville, Mississippi, recently discovered that the sicklepod fungus Myrothecium verrucaria is also an effective bioherbicide for controlling kudzu.
Both greenhouse and field studies have shown the fungus Myrothecium verrucaria to be lethal to kudzu.