Ustilago


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Ustilago

(ŭs'ti-lā'gō),
A genus of smuts (order Ustilaginales).
[L. a kind of thistle, fr. ustio, a burning]

Ustilago

(ŭs-tĭl-ā′gō)
A mold parasite of plants, commonly called smut, which renders grains unfit to eat.
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This enzyme has been widely studied by Zuther et al (18), in the fungus Ustilago maydis.
Brain abscess caused by " Com Smut " Ustilago species in an immunocompetent child.
Moreno et al., "Enzymatic polymerization of phenolic compounds using laccase and tyrosinase from Ustilago maydis," Biomacromolecules, vol.
Hodges, "Tiller and rhizome growth of water-stressed Poa pratensis "Merion" infected by Ustilago striiformis or Ustilago agropyri," Plant Diseases, vol.
Brumbley, "Genetic variation in a worldwide collection of the sugarcane smut fungus Ustilago scitaminea" in Proceedings of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technology, vol.
Later, we sequenced two RNase [T.sub.1] homologs, RNase [U.sub.1] from Ustilago spherogena (52) and RNase [N.sub.1] from Neurospora crassa, 53) which were shown to have the four active site residues (His40, Glu58, Arg77 and His92 in RNase [T.sub.1]) in common.
Intra-tetrad selfing and the maintenance of heterozygosity in Microbotryum violaceum (= Ustilago violacea).
En los bosques podemos encontrar una gran variedad de hongos comestibles silvestres, entre las que destacan: Ustilago maydis, Boletus edulis y Amanita caesarea, considerados de excelente sabor (Pardave et al., 2008).
Functional expression of human dihydroorotate dehydrogenase (DHODH) in pyr4 mutants of ustilago maydis allows target validation of DHODH inhibitors in vivo.
Formation of cellobios lipids by growing and resting cells of Ustilago maydis.