An important demand for plant breeding is for genotypes resistant to fusariosis; however, maintenance of aggressive sporulating
isolates of the pathogen is difficult.
Results not only indicated the decrease in bacterial population by 50 times at 37[degrees]C, but also revealed the presence of sporulating
bacteria in soil, as spores can tolerate high degree of osmotic potential, temperature and irradiation.
Primary cells were found mostly prior to or at the same time as secondary or sporulating
A 48 kilodalton enterotoxin-related protein from Clostridium perfringens vegetative and sporulating
From the dust samples, Aspergillus was most commonly recovered sporulating
taxon, followed by Cladosporium.
Most of the toxin genes now being used in genetically modified (GM) crops are produced in sporulating
Bt, and belong to the Cry family: designated Cry1, Cry 2 etc.
It was designed for the identification of sporulating
fungal genera important in food spoilage, environmental monitoring and agriculture.
coronata despite relatively high pustule frequency and moderate sporulating
area for Alpha.
"It often happens that these fungi occur in nature as the asexually sporulating
form, Cladobotryum, in the absence of their sexual state, Hypomyces.
Specifically, they have readily quantifiable components of fitness, such as discrete, sporulating
lesions that result from infections by single spores that produce new generations of spores after a distinct latent period (Leonard 1990).
, this organism can survive high temperatures during initial cooking; the spores germinate during cooling of the food, and vegetative forms of the organism multiply if the food is subsequently held at temperatures of 60 F-125 F (16 C-52 C) .
Because of the great variability in isolates (11), various conidial densities were used in the bioassay rather than sporulating