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- Mule, G.; Susca, A.; Stea, G.; Moretti, A.
- European journal of plant pathology 2004 v.110 no.5-6 pp. 495-502
- Fusarium fujikuroi, etc ; Zea mays; seeds; DNA primers; fungal diseases of plants; polymerase chain reaction; Fusarium proliferatum; corn; pathogen identification; plant pathogenic fungi; genes; Fusarium subglutinans; nucleotide sequences; calmodulin; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Fusarium proliferatum, F. subglutinans and F. verticillioides are the most important Fusarium species occurring on maize world-wide, capable of producing a wide range of mycotoxins which are a potential health hazard for animals and humans. The ribosomal internal transcribed spacer and a portion of the calmodulin gene were sequenced and analysed in order to design species-specific primers useful f ...
- Geiser, D.M.; Jimenez-Gasco, M. del. Mar.; Kang, S.; Makalowska, I.; Veeraraghavan, N.; Ward, T.J.; Ning, Z.; Kuldau, G.A.; O'Donnell, K.
- European journal of plant pathology 2004 v.110 no.5-6 pp. 473-479
- Fusarium fujikuroi, etc ; Fusarium oxysporum; DNA; phylogeny; pathogen identification; plant pathogenic fungi; nucleotide sequences; gene banks; genes; fungal proteins; databases; Fusarium solani; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... One of the greatest impediments to the study of Fusarium has been the incorrect and confused application of species names to toxigenic and pathogenic isolates, owing in large part to intrinsic limitations of morphological species recognition and its application. To address this problem, we have created FUSARIUM-ID v. 1.0, a publicly available database of partial translation elongation factor 1-alp ...