Trichothecium

Trichothecium

(trik'ō-thē'sē-ŭm),
A genus of imperfect fungi generally considered a common saprophyte.
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Use of silicon oxide and sodium silicate for controlling Trichothecium roseum postharvest rot in Chine cantaloupe (Cucumis melo L).
funiculosum 5 - - - - - Phoma humicola 9 14 10 9 4 - Scopulariopsis brevicaulis - 4 - - - Stachybotrys chartarum 16 31 - 20 16 - Sterile mycelia 17 9 16 7 9 18 Torula herbarum - 10 - 2 - - Trichothecium roseum - - - - - - Trichoderma hamatum - - - - - - Ulocadium atrum 22 49 28 23 46 52 Total counts 274 359 269 266 232 282 No.
Acremonium phylogenetic overview and revision of Gliomastix, Sarocladium, and Trichothecium.
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.
Moreira LM, May-De Mio LL (2007) Crescimento micelial de Monilinia fructicola e Trichothecium roseum e m diferentes temperaturas e sensibilidade a fungicidas e fosfitos.
Among the many antagonistic bacteria were Bacillus subtilis and the most frequently occurring antagonistic fungi were species of Penicillium, Aspergillus, Trichoderma and Trichothecium (Chandiwala, 1995).
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.