Trichoderma


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Trichoderma

(trik'ō-der'mă),
A genus of fungi in soil that furnishes the antibiotic gliotoxin. Has produced rare opportunistic infections.
[tricho- + G. derma, skin]
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Trichoderma reesei: Environmental and Lignocellulosic Biomass Degrader
Trichoderma (soft-rot fungi) have intricate complexities in both composition and function of the cellulolytic machinery but have been the best characterized lignin degraders [9].
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Meanwhile, Davao del Norte is already making use of rapid composting technology through the use of a fungus called trichoderma. The technology allows organic waste to turn into compost faster through applications.
The endophytic assemblage in leaves is dominated by genera such as Colletotrichum, Botryosphaeria, Xylaria, and Phomopsis (Arnold et al., 2003), in branches or twigs dominant genera are Trichoderma, Pestalotiopsis, Fusarium, and Lasiodiplodia (Hanada et al., 2010; Rosmana unpublished data; Rosmana et al., 2013; Rubini et al, 2005), while in trunks the dominant endophytes are species of Clonostachys and Trichoderma (Crozier et al.,2006; Evans et al., 2003).