hamate (bone)

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ha·mate (bone)

the bone on the medial (ulnar) side of the distal row of the carpus that features a distinct, anteriorly projecting hook; it articulates with the fourth and fifth metacarpal, triquetral, lunate, and capitate.
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Trichoderma hamatum and Contans(r) (commercial product C.
hamatum were dominant in reducing the rate of egg hatch comparedto the controls (Table 1).
Proteomic approaches of Trichoderma hamatum to control Ralstonia solanacearum causing pepper bacterial wilt.
This study evaluated the biological control activity of Trichoderma hamatum against C.
Interaction between thermophilic fungi and Trichoderma hamatum in suppression of Rhizoctonia damping-off in a bark compost-amended container medium.
Algunos trabajos han presentado evidencias de la interaccion de las lectinas con hongos en plantas; por ejemplo se ha reportado como un potente inhibidor del crecimiento fungico in vitro a la lectina de Urtica dioica, la cual reduce notoriamente el crecimiento micelial de Botrytis cinerea, Collectotrichum lindemuthianum, Phoma betae, Phycomyces blakesleeanus, Septoria nodorum, Trichoderma hamatum y T.
1991) used field experiments to demonstrate that the monoterpene chloromertensene produced by the red alga Plocamium hamatum mediates its competitive interactions with the octocoral Sinularia cruciata.
hamatum protected eggplant, pepper and zinnia seedlings from damping-off caused by R.