Trichothecium

Trichothecium

(trik'ō-thē'sē-ŭm),
A genus of imperfect fungi generally considered a common saprophyte.
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This is established in the arid area of Afghanistan and western Turkmenistan, and when strains from this region are grown in high-humidity climates their dense flowering tops retain moisture and succumb to "bud mold" caused by Botrytis cinerea and Trichothecium roseum (McPartland et al.
Aspergillus niger montmorilionite) rice, cheese, * Aspergillus * Charcoals meats ochraceus * Zeolites (contaminated * Aspergillus * Glucomannan feed, sclerotiorum * Diatomaceous especially pork * Aspergillus earth and poultry), sulphureus dried and * Aspergillus smoked wentii fish, soybeans, * Penicillium garbanzo beans nordicum * Penicillium viridicalum * Penicillium verrucosum Trichothecene * Cephalosporium Grains, * Fusarium cereals, wheat, * Myrothecium barley, oats, * Stachybotrys com, rye, * Trichoderma durum, * Trichothecium soybeans, *Verticimonospori um potatoes, sunflower seeds.
It can also be produced by members of other genera viz Trichothecium (Jones and Lowe, 1960).
O efeito de Bion[R] foi avaliado contra podridoes pos-colheita, causadas por fungos dos generos Alternaria, Fusarium, e Trichothecium, sendo mais eficiente no controle de podridao de Fusarium (Huang et al.
Fungi that produce toxic trichothecenes (Myrothecium, Trichothecium and Stachybotrys sp.
Pathogens--such as Trichothecium roseum, a fungus that infects the exotic shrub saltcedar, which in western states increases soil salinity and deprives native plants of water.