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endophytic

 [en″do-fit´ik]
1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.

en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik),
1. Pertaining to an endophyte.
2. Referring to an infiltrative, invasive tumor.

endophytic

/en·do·phyt·ic/ (en″do-fit´ik)
1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.

endophytic

[en′dōfit′ik]
Etymology: Gk, endon + phyton, plant
pertaining to the tendency to grow inward, such as a tumor that grows into the wall of a hollow organ.

en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik)
1. Pertaining to an endophyte.
2. Referring to an infiltrative, invasive tumor.

endophytic

Of a tumour that grows inwards from a surface, implying malignancy. Contrast with EXOPHYTIC.

en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik)
Denotes an infiltrative, invasive tumor.

endophytic (en″dofit´ik),

adj growing inward or on the inner surface of a structure.

endophytic

1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.

endophytic fungus
fungal species living as symbionts within the tissues of pasture grasses including Neotyphodium (Acremonium) spp. in Festuca and Lolium spp.
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Anti-inflammatory and anticancer activity of ergoflavin isolated from an endophytic fungus.
Fusarium equiseti, a naturally occurring endophytic fungus produced different metabolites such as fusarochromanones that they have been shown to have both stimulatory and inhibitory effects on various mammalian cells [9, 10].
Identification of a quinazoline alkaloid produced by Penicillium vinaceum, an endophytic fungus from Crocus sativus.
Shankar SS, Ahmad A, Pasricha R, Sastry M (2003) Bioreduction of chloroaurate ions by Geranium leaves and its endophytic fungus yields gold nanoparticles of different shapes.
The endophytic fungus was cultivated on Potato Dextrose Agar plates at 25[degrees]C for 7-14 days.
As it turns out, tall fescue--or rather the endophytic fungus that it harbors--affects cattle, horses and other grazing animals in a variety of ways, and sometimes it can be dangerous.
T18 is going to have unique characteristics: efficient endophytic fungus with high capacity to combat plant pathogens; resistant to adverse abiotic conditions as extreme pH in the soil (both acid and alkaline) as well as lower temperature conditions (15A[bar]C and below) and low relative humidity which can t be supported by other fungus TrichodermaA[sup.
Alternate sources of important metabolites have focused on the ability of microbes associated within the living tissues of plants "the endophytes" since two decades after the discovery of taxol-producing endophytic fungus Taxomyces andreanae from Taxus brevifolia [1].
This is the first report of the secondary metabolite kojic acid from an endophytic fungus isolated from sugar cane leaf.