High production of laccase was achieved in basal salt medium supplemented with 30 g L-1 glucose, 10 g L-1 yeast extract and 0.01 g L-1 copper sulphate. Author(s): Laura Mendoza, Victor Ibrahim, Maria Teresa Álvarez, Rajni Hatti-Kaul and Gashaw Mamo February 2014 Behavior of fungus Rhizoctonia solani under faba bean cotyledons when away from host and the effect of its starvation on aggressiveness Behavior of Rhizoctonia solani on their hosts was carried out-in many studies when the pathogen was in close proximity with its host. Molecular taxonomy based on the sequences of the D1/D2 domain of the 26S ribosomal RNA gene, grouped these isolates...The purpose of this study was focused on the behavior of this fungus on faba bean cotyledons when it was away from the host and the effect of nutritional status on its pathogenicity was also taken into consideration. Author(s): Meriem Amina Rezki, Laurent Benbadis, Gustavo De Billerbeck, Zoubida Benbayerand Jean Marie François July 2013 Comparative study on solubilization of tri-calcium phosphate (TCP) by phosphate solubilizing fungi (PSF) isolated from Nsukka pepper plant rhizosphere and root free soil Phosphate solubilizing fungi (PSF) possessing the ability to solubilize insoluble phosphate was isolated from the rhizospheric soil of Nsukka pepper plant.Author(s): Henriette Bosson-Vanga, Kpongbo Etienne Angora, Abibatou Konaté, Akoua Valérie Bédia-Tanoh, Sébastien Miézan, Pulchérie Kiki-Barro, Kondo Fulgence Kassi, Vincent Djohan, William Yavo and Hervé Menan, October 2018 Susceptibility of Candida species isolated from recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis to antifungal agents among women at Institut Pasteur of Côte d’Ivoire Recurrent vulvo-vaginal candidiasis is a major issue in pubescent females because of the fact that it is a source of health discomfort.Tags: Narrative Essay Lessons LearnedAncient Rome Essay ConclusionCreative Writing Short Courses MelbourneDialectic EssaySummary Of The Essay School By Kyoko Mori8 D Problem Solving ProcessTuskegee Airmen EssayGestational Diabetes Nursing Case Study
They harbor diverse groups of micro-organisms like fungi that have developed mechanisms to thrive at wide temperature ranges, according to their optimal growth requirements. Four concentrations (30, 70, 90 and 99%) of ethanol (CH3-CH2OH) were tested with distilled water as negative control, as a substitute to the old match flame test in... AMBIT, Marie-Claire MACHOUART and Germain KANSCI November 2014 Evaluation of the effects of the combination of NPK fertilizer, cow dung, humus soil and poultry droppings with sawdust on the number of days to primordia formation, maturity and harvest of Pleurotus ostreatus This study on the effects of combination of NPK fertilizer, cowdung, humus soil and poultry droppings with sawdust on the number of days to primordia formation, maturity and harvest of P. Author(s): Shazia Ahad, Syed Tanveer and Tauseef Ahmad Malik October 2014 Morphology and molecular taxonomy of Hymenagaricus mlimaniensis species nov: A new Basidiomycota mushroom from Mlimani main campus, Tanzania Hymenagaricus mlimaniensis Mwanga & Tibuhwa sp. is described from Dar es Salaam Mlimani Main Campus in the semi protected natural tropical forest left in the Dar es Salaam city.
Fungi are a large group of eukaryotic organisms with worldwide distribution, inhabiting a diverse range of extreme habitats from deserts to hyper saline environments. Author(s): Odilia Atamba Salano, Huxley Mae Makonde, Remmy Wekesa Kasili, Hamadi Iddi Boga June 2017 Nanotools for molecular identification two novels Cladosporium cladosporioides species (Cladosporiaceae) collected from tomato phyloplane Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) consisting of magnetite (Fe3O4) are promising as nanodiagnostic tools in plant pathology. ostreatus was carried out in the Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology, Imo State University, Owerri. The species superficially looks like Agaricus and its difference to the closest taxa in Hymenagaricus genus is both morphologically and genetically presented.
Author(s): Nompumelelo Sibanda, Oziniel Ruzvidzo, Cuthbert J. Mashingaidze and Chrispen Murungweni November 2018 Anticandidosic activity of selected medicinal plants from Côte d’Ivoire Superficial candidiasis is a real public health problem, especially in immunocompromised people and HIV-infected patients.
Due to the toxic handicap and the high cost of antifungal drug treatment, people use medicinal plants, which are relatively more accessible.
Twelve (12) fungal strains were isolated from both root-free soil (non-rhizosphere) and rhizosphere of Nsukka pepper plant.
Of the 12 fungi isolated, 6 strains were from Nsukka pepper plant rhizosphere whereas the other six were from root- free soil. Author(s): Onyia, Chiadikobi Ejikeme and Anyanwu, Chukwudi Uzoma July 2013 Aspergillus niger-specific ribonucleic acid extraction method Extraction of high quality RNA from Aspergillus niger mycelia, a tissue very rich in ribonucleases was achieved using a protocol involving the use of TRIZOL reagent and the ribonuclease inhibitor (RNase OUT). One of the potential sources of enzymes is the filamentous fungi, and hence bio-prospecting of this specific group of microorganisms...Author(s): Angela Sibanda, Oziniel Ruzvidzo, Ignatious Ncube† and Thembekile Ncube June 2019 Exploring for the possibility of utilizing Pleurotus ostreatus to manage Eichhornia crassipes in Zimbabwe The versatile nature of the commercial mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq.: Fr.) Kumm., provides basis for continued exploration of its biochemical processes during solid state fermentation on various lignocellulosic biomass as potential substrates. ostreatus feeds on lignocellulose by secreting various extracellular enzymes responsible for breaking down this organic polymer into smaller and...An ancient relationship between plants and fungi could be used in sustainable agriculture.But there's still a lot we don't know, and new research suggests these fungi can sometimes do more harm than good.Fe3O4 nanoparticles are monodispersible and spherical with an average diameter of 82 nm.... Alghuthaymi March 2017 A study on the fungi isolated from the carpeting, walls and Holy Qurans from the Blue Mosque and Little Hagia Sophia Mosque situated in the province of Istanbul In this study the sampling of microfungus content from the carpeting, walls and Holy Qurans of two different mosques in the province of Istanbul was undertaken and in order to determine quantities. Biomass yields and sporulation of this fungus depends on the culture conditions (culture method), nutritional requirements (carbon and nitrogen source, mineral elements, carbon concentration, carbon to... July 2015 First report of Neurospora on Corylus avellana in natural forest of Iran Teleomorph stage of the fungus Neurospora udagawae was formed abundantly on the culture media of potato dextrose agar, potato carrot agar and malt extract agar. In addition, mushrooms cultivating is a promising new industry, with many new businesses developing every year.Samples were taken in 2015 during the months of January, April, July and October. Heim in Nepal Study on the consumption and uses of edible fungi by selected ethnic tribes/groups in selected geographical regions in Nepal is lacking. Perithecia were visible on the culture medium and plant tissues (on the bark of tree) of hazelnut tree (Corylus avellana L.) from specimens of the Northwest forest of Iran. Cultivation of saprophytic edible mushrooms may be the currently economical biotechnology for lingo-cellulose organic waste recycling that combines...Therefore, this study aims to determine the susceptibility of Candida spp. Kiki-Barro, Hervé Menan, André Offianan Touré and William Yavo September 2018 Optimization of nutritional and environmental conditions for biomass production and sporulation of entomogenous fungus Lecanicillium lecanii CA-1-G using two-stage cultivation system Some factors on sporulation of Lecanicillium lecanii CA-1-G by one-time-at-a-factor have been studied. May 2015 Evaluation of antifungal activity of snake venoms from the Amazon forest In recent years, many antimicrobial peptides have been found in the venoms of animals from different sources and have been intensively studied to elucidate their ability to inhibit the growth of potential pathogenic microorganisms.to antifungal agents isolated in recurrent vulvo-vaginal candidiasis. Author(s): Kpongbo Etienne Angora, Vincent Djohan, Valérie A. Vanga-Bosson, Kondo Fulgence Kassi, Abibatou Konaté, Valérie A. These factors include carbon and nitrogen sources, carbon-to-nitrogen ratios, mineral elements and vitamins together with water potentials, temperatures, dark/light cycles and p Hs. The aim of this study was to characterize and evaluate the in vitro antifungal activity of crude venom from two amazonian snakes: Bothrops atrox and Crotalus durissus ruruima. Author(s): Marcelo dos Santos Neves, Diego Rayan Teixeira de Sousa, Maria do Perpétuo Socorro Borges Carriço Ferreira, Maria Zeli Moreira Frota, João Vicente Braga Souza and Jorge Luis López Lozano May 2015 Diversity and distribution of species of Ganoderma in south western Cameroon The genus Ganoderma is one of the most important group of Basidiomycetes due to their medicinal effects and also because they cause decay in a very wide range of tree species all over the world. November 2014 Bioactive potential of wild edible mushrooms and need for their conservation The field of natural products and their use in the development of medicinal or other health-related products vis-à-vis their conservation needs special focus.and its application in dye decolorization The laccase producing fungus HC1 was isolated from a sample collected in the Bolivian Amazon region. Author(s): Parveen Surain Dabas August 2013 Isolation and physiological characterization of indigenous yeasts from some Algerian agricultural and dairy products The purpose of this study was to isolate yeasts that may express original characteristics notably in terms of flavour from traditional Algerian agricultural and dairy products.Analysis of 5.8S and 28S r DNA, and internal transcribed spacer 1 and 2 sequences revealed that isolate HC1 belongs to genus Galerina. A total of eighteen yeast isolates were recovered from dates, melons and gherkins, and from milk of camel, goat, sheep and cow.