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1. An ATP-Binding Cassette Pleiotropic Drug Transporter Protein Is Required for Xenobiotic Tolerance and Antagonism in the Fungal Biocontrol Agent Clonostachys rosea
- Dubey Mukesh K.; Jensen Dan Funck; Karlsson Magnus
- Molecular plant-microbe interactions 2014 v.27 no.7 pp. 725-732
- ABC transporters; Clonostachys rosea; antibiosis; barley; biological control; biological control agents; culture filtrates; drug resistance; drugs; fungi; fungicides; gene expression; metabolites; phenotype; secretion; seedlings; zearalenone
- ... ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters mediate active efflux of natural and synthetic toxicants and are considered to be important for drug tolerance in microorganisms. In biological control agents (BCA), ABC transporters can play important roles in antagonism by providing protection against toxins derived from the fungal prey and by mediating the secretion of endogenous toxins. In the present st ...
- Mahdieh S. Hosseyni-Moghaddam; Jalal Soltani
- Annals of microbiology 2014 v.64 no.2 pp. 753-761
- Bacillus (bacteria); Cupressus arizonica; Diplodia; Erwinia amylovora; Juniperus excelsa; Magnaporthe oryzae; Platycladus orientalis; Pseudomonas syringae; Trichoderma atroviride; Trichoderma koningii; agrochemicals; antifungal properties; biodiversity; biogeography; biological control; conidia; cytotoxicity; drugs; endophytes; growth retardation; host plants; methanol; microbial growth; minimum inhibitory concentration; mushrooms; patients; plant pathogenic bacteria; plant pathogenic fungi; plant tissues; secondary metabolites; soil; statistical analysis; wood
- ... Trichoderma fungal species are universal soil residents that are also isolated from decaying wood, vegetables, infected mushroom and immunocompromised patients. Trichoderma species usually biosynthesize a plethora of secondary metabolites. In an attempt to explore endophytic fungi from healthy foliar tissues of the plant family Cuppressaceae, we explored Cupressus arizonica, C. sempervirens var. c ...
- Parijat Kusari; Souvik Kusari; Marc Lamshöft; Selahaddin Sezgin; Michael Spiteller; Oliver Kayser
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2014 v.98 no.16 pp. 7173-7183
- Cannabis sativa; Chromobacterium violaceum; antibiotic resistance; bacteria; biofilm; biological control; biosensors; defense mechanisms; desorption; drugs; endophytes; high performance liquid chromatography; host plants; image analysis; ionization; mass spectrometry; mutualism; niches; plant pathogens; quorum sensing; secondary metabolites; virulence
- ... Bacteria predominantly use quorum sensing to regulate a plethora of physiological activities such as cell-cell crosstalk, mutualism, virulence, competence, biofilm formation, and antibiotic resistance. In this study, we investigated how certain potent endophytic bacteria harbored in Cannabis sativa L. plants use quorum quenching as an antivirulence strategy to disrupt the cell-to-cell quorum sensi ...
- Stephanie Showalter Otts
- Biological invasions 2014 v.16 no.6 pp. 1289-1298
- wildlife; genetically modified organisms; recombinant DNA; humans; Food and Drug Administration; biological control agents; drugs; introduced species; ribosomal DNA; plant pests; genetic engineering; fish; invasive species; hatcheries; biological control; United States
- ... This paper provides an overview of the U.S. regulatory framework governing genetic biocontrol efforts for invasive fish. Genetic biocontrol refers to the intentional release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into the environment to control a target population of a non-native species. The terms “genetically modified” and “genetically engineered” are often used interchangeably, despite the sc ...