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- Mercier, C.; Lossouarn, J.; Nesbø, C. L.; Haverkamp, T. H. A.; Baudoux, A. C.; Jebbar, M.; Bienvenu, N.; Thiroux, S.; Dupont, S.; Geslin, C.
- Environmental microbiology 2018 v.20 no.2 pp. 577-587
- host strains, etc ; DNA; Marinitoga camini; Siphoviridae; bacteriophages; evolution; genome; genomics; heavy metals; hosts; interspersed repetitive sequences; thermophilic bacteria; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Viruses represent a driving force in the evolution of microorganisms including those thriving in extreme environments. However, our knowledge of the viral diversity associated to microorganisms inhabiting the deep‐sea hydrothermal vents remains limited. The phylum of Thermotogae, including thermophilic bacteria, is well represented in this environment. Only one virus was described in this phylum, ...
- Lievens, Bart; Claes, Loes; Vakalounakis, Demetrios J.; Vanachter, Alfons C.R.C.; Thomma, Bart P.H.J.
- Environmental microbiology 2007 v.9 no.9 pp. 2145-2161
- host strains, etc ; tomatoes; host range; random amplified polymorphic DNA technique; taxonomy; avirulent strains; Fusarium oxysporum; host plants; DNA; cucumbers; pathogens; pathogen identification; host specificity; virulence; transposons; genetic markers; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... The fungal species Fusarium oxysporum is a ubiquitous inhabitant of soils worldwide that includes pathogenic as well as non-pathogenic or even beneficial strains. Pathogenic strains are characterized by a high degree of host specificity and strains that infect the same host range are organized in so-called formae speciales. Strains for which no host plant has been identified are believed to be non ...