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- Kushiro, Masayo; Saitoh, Hatsuo; Sugiura, Yoshitsugu; Aoki, Takayuki; Kawamoto, Shin-ichi; Sato, Toyozo
- International journal of food microbiology 2012 v.156 no.3 pp. 204-208
- Fusarium fujikuroi, etc ; rice; fumonisin B1; survival rate; Oryza sativa; Fusarium proliferatum; corn; plant pathogenic fungi; mass spectrometry; paddies; leaves; crops; Asia; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Fusarium proliferatum is a plant pathogenic fungus associated with crops such as asparagus and corn, and it possesses the ability to produce a range of mycotoxins, including fumonisins. In Asia, rice (Oryza sativa) is a staple cereal and is occasionally colonized by this fungus without obvious physiological changes. F. proliferatum is closely related to Gibberella fujikuroi (anamorph F. fujikuroi) ...
- Van Poucke, Kris; Monbaliu, Sofie; Munaut, Françoise; Heungens, Kurt; De Saeger, Sarah; Van Hove, François
- International journal of food microbiology 2012 v.153 no.1-2 pp. 28-37
- Fusarium fujikuroi, etc ; sweet peppers; phylogeny; mass spectrometry; figs; liquid chromatography; DNA-directed RNA polymerase; plant rots; new species; sequence analysis; seeds; corn; fruit diseases; fumonisins; calmodulin; nucleotide sequences; genetic variation; Netherlands; Belgium; Canada; United Kingdom; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... An internal fruit rot disease of sweet peppers was first detected in Belgium in 2003. Research conducted mostly in Canada indicates that this disease is primarily caused by Fusarium lactis Pirotta. Ninety-eight Fusarium isolates obtained from diseased sweet peppers from Belgium, as well as from other countries (Canada, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom) were identified by sequencing the trans ...