Acremonium: A mitosporic fungal genus with many reported ascomycetous teleomorphs. Cephalosporin antibiotics are derived from this genus.Plant Poisoning: Poisoning by the ingestion of plants or its leaves, berries, roots or stalks. The manifestations in both humans and animals vary in severity from mild to life threatening. In animals, especially domestic animals, it is usually the result of ingesting moldy or fermented forage.Ascorbate Oxidase: An enzyme that converts ascorbic acid to dehydroascorbic acid. EC 1.10.3.3.Poaceae: A large family of narrow-leaved herbaceous grasses of the order Cyperales, subclass Commelinidae, class Liliopsida (monocotyledons). Food grains (EDIBLE GRAIN) come from members of this family. RHINITIS, ALLERGIC, SEASONAL can be induced by POLLEN of many of the grasses.Carbocysteine: A compound formed when iodoacetic acid reacts with sulfhydryl groups in proteins. It has been used as an anti-infective nasal spray with mucolytic and expectorant action.MycosesCephalosporins: A group of broad-spectrum antibiotics first isolated from the Mediterranean fungus ACREMONIUM. They contain the beta-lactam moiety thia-azabicyclo-octenecarboxylic acid also called 7-aminocephalosporanic acid.Ergotism: Poisoning caused by ingesting ergotized grain or by the misdirected or excessive use of ergot as a medicine.Ergotamines: A series of structurally-related alkaloids containing the ergotaman backbone structure.Hypocreales: An order of fungi in the phylum ASCOMYCOTA that includes a number of species which are parasitic on higher plants, insects, or fungi. Other species are saprotrophic.Penicillium chrysogenum: A mitosporic fungal species used in the production of penicillin.Norleucine: An unnatural amino acid that is used experimentally to study protein structure and function. It is structurally similar to METHIONINE, however it does not contain SULFUR.2-Aminoadipic Acid: A metabolite in the principal biochemical pathway of lysine. It antagonizes neuroexcitatory activity modulated by the glutamate receptor, N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE; (NMDA).Fungi: A kingdom of eukaryotic, heterotrophic organisms that live parasitically as saprobes, including MUSHROOMS; YEASTS; smuts, molds, etc. They reproduce either sexually or asexually, and have life cycles that range from simple to complex. Filamentous fungi, commonly known as molds, refer to those that grow as multicellular colonies.Gliocladium: A mitosporic fungal genus occurring in soil or decaying plant matter. It is structurally similar to Penicillium.
(1/240) Contaminations occurring in fungal PCR assays.

Successful in vitro amplification of fungal DNA in clinical specimens has been reported recently. In a collaboration among five European centers, the frequency and risk of contamination due to airborne spore inoculation or carryover contamination in fungal PCR were analyzed. The identities of all contaminants were specified by cycle sequencing and GenBank analysis. Twelve of 150 PCR assays that together included over 2,800 samples were found to be contaminated (3.3% of the negative controls were contaminated during the DNA extraction, and 4.7% of the PCR mixtures were contaminated during the amplification process). Contaminants were specified as Aspergillus fumigatus, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and Acremonium spp. Further analysis showed that commercially available products like zymolyase powder or 10x PCR buffer may contain fungal DNA. In conclusion, the risk of contamination is not higher in fungal PCR assays than in other diagnostic PCR-based assays if general precautions are taken.  (+info)

(2/240) Chemical modification of NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase from Cephalosporium acremonium evidence of essential histidine and lysine groups at the active site.

NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase from Cephalosporium acremonium CW-19 has been inactivated by diethyl pyrocarbonate following a first-order process giving a second-order rate constant of 3.0 m-1. s-1 at pH 6.5 and 25 degrees C. The pH-inactivation rate data indicated the participation of a group with a pK value of 6.9. Quantifying the increase in absorbance at 240 nm showed that six histidine residues per subunit were modified during total inactivation, only one of which was essential for catalysis, and substrate protection analysis would seem to indicate its location at the substrate binding site. The enzyme was not inactivated by 5, 5'-dithiobis(2-nitrobenzoate), N-ethylmaleimide or iodoacetate, which would point to the absence of an essential reactive cysteine residue at the active site. Pyridoxal 5'-phosphate reversibly inactivated the enzyme at pH 7.7 and 5 degrees C, with enzyme activity declining to an equilibrium value within 15 min. The remaining activity depended on the modifier concentration up to about 2 mm. The kinetic analysis of inactivation and reactivation rate data is consistent with a reversible two-step inactivation mechanism with formation of a noncovalent enzyme-pyridoxal 5'-phosphate complex prior to Schiff base formation with a probable lysyl residue of the enzyme. The analysis of substrate protection shows the essential residue(s) to be at the active site of the enzyme and probably to be involved in catalysis.  (+info)

(3/240) High performance liquid chromatography of natural products. I. Separation of cephalosporin C derivatives and cephalosporin antibiotics;isolation of cephalosporin C from fermentation broth.

Microbonded propylamine silica with a solvent system containing acetic acid, methanol, acetonitrile and water (2:4:7.5:86.5) is suitable for an efficient separation of mixtures containing several closely related cephem derivatives. The same system with preparative columns was used for the isolation of cephalosporin C directly from the filtered broth of C. acremonium fermentation.  (+info)

(4/240) RIT 2214, a new biosynthetic penicillin produced by a mutant of Cephalosporium acremonium.

A number of lysine-requiring auxotrophs of Cephalosporium acremonium were investigated for incorporation of side-chain precursors and for accumulation of beta-lactam compounds. One of the auxotrophs, Acremonium chrysogenum ATCC 20389, producing cephalosporin C and penicillin N only if grown in media supplemented with DL-alpha-amino-adipic acid (DL-alpha-AAA), was found to use L-S-carboxymethylcysteine (L-CMC) as a side-chain precursor for the synthesis of a new penicillin (RIT 2214). No corresponding cephalosporin was detected. The penicillin present in the culture filtrate, was concentrated by adsorption on activated carbon and successive column chromatography on Amberlite IRA-68 and Amberlite XAD-4. Final purification was achieved by cellulose column chromatography. RIT 2214 was identified as 6-(D)-[(2-amino-2-carboxy)-ethylthio]-acetamido]-penicillanic acid by spectral analysis, bioactivity spectrum, elucidation of side-chain structure and finally by semisynthesis. Its biological properties were also evaluated.  (+info)

(5/240) Fungi from geothermal soils in Yellowstone National Park.

Geothermal soils near Amphitheater Springs in Yellowstone National Park were characterized by high temperatures (up to 70 degrees C), high heavy metal content, low pH values (down to pH 2.7), sparse vegetation, and limited organic carbon. From these soils we cultured 16 fungal species. Two of these species were thermophilic, and six were thermotolerant. We cultured only three of these species from nearby cool (0 to 22 degrees C) soils. Transect studies revealed that higher numbers of CFUs occurred in and below the root zone of the perennial plant Dichanthelium lanuginosum (hot springs panic grass). The dynamics of fungal CFUs in geothermal soil and nearby nongeothermal soil were investigated for 12 months by examining soil cores and in situ mesocosms. For all of the fungal species studied, the temperature of the soil from which the organisms were cultured corresponded with their optimum axenic growth temperature.  (+info)

(6/240) Quantitative assessment of in planta distribution of metabolic activity and gene expression of an endophytic fungus.

Using perennial ryegrass infected with an Acremonium transformant carrying the Escherichia coli beta-D-glucuronidase gene (gusA) (GUS system) under control of a constitutive promoter, we have developed methods for the quantitative extraction of endophyte-associated GUS activity from plant material. Fluorometric assays of these extracts allow quantitative assessment of the distribution of endophyte-associated GUS activity within single plants (tillers) with high resolution. Fluorescence microscopy with the dye Imagene Green can in addition visualize individual GUS-expressing hyphae. Since the transformant expresses the GUS gene constitutively, GUS activity can be used as an indicator of in planta endophyte metabolic activity. Using this approach we found that (i) the concentration of endophyte metabolic activity in plant tissue decreases with increasing plant size, (ii) approximately 70% of endophyte metabolic activity present in a plant is located in the leaf sheaths, (iii) basal-apical gradients and lateral (younger to older tissue) gradients of endophyte metabolic activity exist and (iv) basal-apical gradients are established early in leaf development. Our data suggest that the concentration of endophyte in each part of the plant is regulated so that a predetermined threshold of total endophyte activity per plant is not exceeded and a consistent distribution pattern is maintained.  (+info)

(7/240) Influence of consumption of endophyte-infested tall fescue hay on performance of heifers and lambs.

Two experiments were conducted to evaluate performance and physiological responses of heifers and lambs to Neotyphodium coenophialum-infested tall fescue hay fed under European rearing conditions. Endophyte-free (E-) or 100% endophyte-infested (E+) hay was derived from the same cultivar (cv. Clarine) so that the effect of the endophytic fungus could be clearly separated from a possible cultivar effect. In Exp. 1, starting in June 1996, 20 age- and body weight-paired Holstein dairy heifers were assigned for 97 d to one of two treatments consisting of ad libitum access to either E- or E+ hay, corresponding to 0 and .41 mg/kg ergovaline, respectively. During the experimental period, no significant difference (P>.20) in forage consumption, rectal temperature, or behavioral status of the animals was observed between the two treatments. The E+ diet induced a 10% apparent decrease in ADG and a clear reduction in prolactin (PRL) plasma concentration compared to the E- diet. When animals were all reassigned to a common endophyte-free diet, the E+ group recovered body weight and PRL to levels similar to those in animals fed E- after 7 wk. In Exp. 2, 30 Texel ram lambs were assigned to two treatments consisting of dietary E- or E+ tall fescue hay. The E- and E+ hays were harvested from the same plots as used in Exp. 1 and contained 0 and .96 mg/kg ergovaline, respectively. No effect of the endophyte was found on intake or carcass or testicle weight (P>.20) after the 95-d feeding period. The E+ treatment resulted in a slight reduction in BW at slaughter, mainly explained by a lower ruminal fill (P<.01). In E+ treated animals, prolactin concentrations dropped significantly (P<.001) from d 27. Hay assessment in both experiments showed no difference in chemical composition and IVDMD. The endophytic fungus strongly lowered the palatability of the E+ hay, although there was no effect on intake with heifers (Exp. 1) or with lambs (Exp. 2). The potential of severe heat stress, as expressed by the temperature humidity index, was not high in our experimental conditions, although they were considered rather unusually stressful for the western part of northern Europe. Yet, no economic effect on cattle was observed, in disagreement with results obtained in many previous U.S. studies.  (+info)

(8/240) The fungal CPCR1 protein, which binds specifically to beta-lactam biosynthesis genes, is related to human regulatory factor X transcription factors.

Here we report the isolation and characterization of a novel transcription factor from the cephalosporin C-producing fungus Acremonium chrysogenum. We have identified a protein binding site in the promoter of the beta-lactam biosynthesis gene pcbC, located 418 nucleotides upstream of the translational start. Using the yeast one-hybrid system, we succeeded in isolating a cDNA clone encoding a polypeptide, which binds specifically to the pcbC promoter. The polypeptid shows significant sequence homology to human transcription factors of the regulatory factor X (RFX) family and was designated CPCR1. A high degree of CPCR1 binding specificity was observed in in vivo and in vitro experiments using mutated versions of the DNA binding site. The A. chrysogenum RFX protein CPCR1 recognizes an imperfect palindrome, which resembles binding sites of human RFX transcription factors. One- and two-hybrid experiments with truncated versions of CPCR1 showed that the protein forms a DNA binding homodimer. Nondenaturing electrophoresis revealed that the CPCR1 protein exists in vitro solely in a multimeric, probably dimeric, state. Finally, we isolated a homologue of the cpcR1 gene from the penicillin-producing fungus Penicillium chrysogenum and determined about 60% identical amino acid residues in the DNA binding domain of both fungal RFX proteins, which show an overall amino acid sequence identity of 29%.  (+info)

*  Acremonium
... acutatum Acremonium alabamense Acremonium alcalophilum Acremonium alternatum Acremonium antarcticum Acremonium apii ... Acremonium arxii Acremonium atrogriseum Acremonium bacillisporum Acremonium bactrocephalum Acremonium biseptum Acremonium ... blochii Acremonium borodinense Acremonium brachypenium Acremonium breve Acremonium brunnescens Acremonium byssoides Acremonium ... Acremonium curvulum Acremonium cymosum Acremonium dichromosporum Acremonium diospyri Acremonium domschii Acremonium egyptiacum ...
*  Acremonium strictum
Cases involving different species of Acremonium are often reported as simply as an Acremonium species, which reduces the amount ... Acremonium strictum grows readily at 30 °C on glucose peptone agar, showing mycelium of approximately 50mm in size in 7 days. ... The genus Acremonium is a large polyphyletic genus of approximately 150 species, many of which are derived from a closely ... In Maclura cochinchinensis, Acremonium strictum acts as an endophytic fungi that infects primarily the leaves of the plant. In ...
*  Penicillium flavidostipitatum
John F. Peberdy (1987). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 0306423456. Visagie, C. M.; ...
*  Penicillium roseopurpureum
John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 1489919864. John I. Pitt (1979). ...
*  Penicillium dimorphosporum
doi:10.1016/S0007-1536(70)80016-X. John F. Peberdy (1987). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN ...
*  Penicillium cinnamopurpureum
John F. Peberdy (1987). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 0306423456. ...
*  Penicillium melinii
ISBN 3-13-179282-5. John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 1-4899-1986-4. ...
*  Penicillium janczewskii
John F. Peberdy (1987). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 0306423456. Q. Ashton Acton (2013 ...
*  Penicillium humuli
Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 0306423456. ...
*  Penicillium digitatum
Peberdy, John F (1987). Penicillium and Acremonium. New York: Plenum Press. ISBN 0306423456. Georghiou, G. P. (2012). Pest ...
*  Penicillium kloeckeri
John F. Peberdy (1987). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 0306423456. List of Penicillium ...
*  Penicillium piceum
John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 1489919864. List of Penicillium ...
*  Penicillium purpurescens
John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 1489919864. V. Betina (1993). ...
*  Penicillium osmophilum
John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 9058231593. List of Penicillium ...
*  Penicillium spinulosum
ISBN 0-203-90910-0. John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 1-4899-1986-4. ...
*  Penicillium pinophilum
John F. Peberdy (2013). Penicillium and Acremonium. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 1489919864. John I. Pitt, Ailsa D. ...
*  Mycoremediation
of the order microascales). The mitosporic Acremonium spp. degrade PAhs and Royal Demolition Explosive (RDX), and Graphium spp ...
*  Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense
Acremonium/grass interactions: plenary papers. (Hume, D.E.; Latch, G.C.M. & Easton, H.S., eds.) Palmerston North, NZ: ... West, C.P. & Gwinn, K.D. (1993). Role of Acremonium in drought, pest and disease tolerance of grasses. In: Proc. 2nd Int. Symp ... Acremonium/Grass interactions (Quisenberry, S.S. & Joost, R.E., eds.) Baton Rouge: Louisiana Agriculture Experiment Station. ... West, C.P.; Izekor, E.; Oosterhuis, D.M.; Robbins, R.T. (1988). "The effect of Acremonium coenophialum on the growth and ...
*  Fungal keratitis
Curvularia Acremonium Yeasts Candida Fusarium spp. is most common then Aspergillus spp. and thirdly Dematitious fungi causing ...
*  Cerevisterol
Ceccherelli P, Fringuelli R, Madruzza GF (1975). "Cerevisterol and ergosterol peroxide from Acremonium luzulae". Phytochemistry ... Acremonium luzulae, and Pencillium herquei, as well as the lichens Ramalina hierrensis and Stereocaulon azoreum. It has also ...
*  Production of antibiotics
These include the cephalosporin producing Acremonium chrysogenum. Geldanamycin is produced by Streptomyces hygroscopicus. ...
*  Helminthosporium solani
A fungus of the genus Cephalosporium Corda (now been renamed Acremonium strictum) was able to decrease the dissemination of ... "Mycoparasitism of Helminthosporium solani by Acremonium strictum". Phytopathology. 97 (10): 1331-1337. doi:10.1094/PHYTO-97-10- ...
*  Epichloë
An endophyte of Festuca arundinacea and the anamorph of Epichloe typhina, new taxa in one of two new sections of Acremonium". ... Glenn AE, Bacon CW, Price R, Hanlin RT (1996). "Molecular phylogeny of Acremonium and its taxonomic implications". Mycologia. ... of genus Acremonium. In a molecular phylogenetic study in 1996, Glenn and colleagues found that genus to be polyphyletic and ...
*  Listronotus bonariensis
Several species of endophytic fungi, especially Acremonium spp., have also been studied with a view to biological control in ... however Acremonium lolii renders perennial ryegrass toxic to livestock at some stages of growth, putting them at risk of ...
*  Anicequol
... (3) was independently isolated from Acremonium sp. TF-0356 and was assigned the trivial name NGA0187. Nozawa Y, Sakai ... is a naturally occurring ergostane or lanostane steroid produced by Acremonium sp. TF-0356 which has nerve growth factor-like ...
Creation of isopenicillin N from δ-(L-α-aminoadipyl)-L-cysteinyl-D-valine (ACV) in the penicillin and cephalosporin biosynthetic pathway is catalysed by isopenicillin N synthase (IPNS), a non-heme iron-containing dioxygenase. A tripeptide R-X-S motif which consists of arginine-281 and serine-283 (Cephalosporium acremonium IPNS numbering) was found to be conserved in IPNS and other related proteins. These two amino acids mentioned were proposed to have a role in ACV substrate binding by the recent Aspergillus nidulans IPNS crystal structure. Using site-directed mutagenesis, arginine-281 in C. acremonium IPNS (cIPNS) was earlier found to be essential for catalysis by our group. Similarly, serine-283 in cIPNS was also altered by site-directed mutagenesis to determine its role in cIPNS. No measurable activity was detected from the resultant mutant using enzyme bioassays. It is most likely that the elimination of the mutants substrate-binding capability similar to that of arginine-281 lead to the ...
Fulltext - Production of Cephalosporin C by Acremonium chrysogenum Grown on Beet Molasses: Optimization of Process Parameters Through Statistical Experimental Designs
Bioassay-guided fractionation of metabolites from the fungus Cephalosporium sp.AL031 isolated from Sinarundinaria nitida led to the discovery of a new isobenzofuranone derivative, 4,6-dihydroxy-5-methoxy-7-methylphthalide (1), together with three known compounds: 4,5,6-trihydroxy-7-methyl-1,3-dihydroisobenzofuran (2), 4,6-dihydroxy-5-methoxy-7-methyl-1,3-dihydroisobenzofuran (3) and 4,5,6-trihydroxy-7-methylphthalide (4). The structure of the new compound 1 was determined based on MS, 1D and 2D NMR spectral data. Compounds 1-4 showed potent antioxidant activity with EC50 values of 10, 7, 22 and 5 μM by 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryhydrazyl (DPPH) radical-scavenging assay.
Two new benzophenones, acredinones A (1) and B (2), were isolated from a marine-sponge-associated Acremonium sp. fungus. Their chemical structures were elucidated on the interpretation of spectroscopic data. The structure of 1 was confirmed by palladium-catalyzed hydrogenation, followed by spectroscopic data analysis. Acredinones A (1) and B (2) inhibited the outward K+ currents of the insulin secreting cell line INS-1 with IC50 values of 0.59 and 1.0 mu M, respectively ...
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Crystal Structure of Talaromyces cellulolyticus Formerly Known as Acremonium cellulolyticus GH Family 11 Xylanase. . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Acremonium stromaticum, a hyaline hyphomycete (glassy, lightly pigmented conidial fungus) that occurs widely in nature but is also encountered as a contaminant. Asexual reproduction is by conidiophores that produce conidia (phialoconidia or ameroconidia) at hyphal branches. A. stromaticum is one of the causative agents of eumycotic white grain mycetoma. It is also one of five fungi present in most banana root and rhizome lesions in many parts of the tropics. A. stromaticum is known to cause opportunistic infections (hyalohyphomycosis) in immunocompromised patients, including arthritis, osteoarthritis, peritonitis, endocarditis, pneumonia, cerebritis and subcutaneous infection. Magnification: x1,200 when shortest axis printed at 25 millimetres. - Stock Image C032/2959
Microorganisms are the most proficient decomposers in nature, using secreted enzymes in the hydrolysis of lignocellulose. As such, they present the most abundant source for discovery of new enzymes. Acremonium alcalophilum is the only known cellulolytic fungus that thrives in alkaline conditions and can be cultured readily in the laboratory. Its optimal conditions for growth are 30°C and pH 9.0-9.2. The genome sequence of Acremonium alcalophilum has revealed a large number of genes encoding biomass-degrading enzymes. Among these enzymes, lipases are interesting because of several industrial applications including biofuels, detergent, food processing and textile industries. We identified a lipA gene in the genome sequence of Acremonium alcalophilum, encoding a protein with a predicted lipase domain with weak sequence identity to characterized enzymes. Unusually, the predicted lipase displays ≈ 30% amino acid sequence identity to both feruloyl esterase and lipase of Aspergillus niger. LipA, when
Cephalosporium stripe, caused by the soil-borne ascomycete Cephalosporium gramineum, is becoming an increasingly important disease of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) in several areas of the world, especially where stubble mulch is practiced to maintain soil moisture and prevent erosion. As cultural control of the disease is infeasible and no fungicides are registered, the development of resistant cultivars offers the best hope for disease control. Selection of resistant genotypes remains problematic due to the requirements of evaluating adult plants in variable field environments. The symptoms of cephalosporium stripe suggest the involvement of pathogen-produced toxins, and the toxin called graminin A has previously been isolated from C. gramineum. The goals of this thesis were to determine if insensitivity of wheat genotypes to a toxic fraction produced by C. gramineum is associated with resistance to cephalosporium stripe, and to evaluate the potential use of this toxic fraction to screen ...
Aceptado 11 de octubre 2008.. Resumen. El herbicida isoproturon (IPU) es un contaminante fuerte debido a su elevada solubilidad acuosa y bajo potencial para la degradación microbiana. El problema ambiental se debe a su amplio empleo en la agricultura convencional, áreas urbanas, algicida y aditivo de pinturas. Especies fúngicas degradaron el herbicida en cultivos in vitro, produciendo derivados hidroxilados frecuentes en areas agrícolas. Los objetivos planteados fueron aislar las especies fúngicas representativas de suelos tratados con IPU, evaluar su potencial transformador, e identificar los derivados. La mayoría de los aislamientos produjeron 1 OH IPU y 2 OH IPU, indicando que los hongos pueden ser la causa de estos compuestos en las muestras ambientales. De los 35 aislamientos, 10 de ellos fueron especies dominantes y activas degradadoras. Aspergillus ochraceus, Fusarium flocciferum, Talaromyces helicus, Acremonium strictum, Mucor hiemalis, Paecilomyces lilacinus y Penicillium ...
ID ACVS_AMYLA Reviewed; 3649 AA. AC P27743; DT 01-AUG-1992, integrated into UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot. DT 01-AUG-1992, sequence version 1. DT 25-OCT-2017, entry version 96. DE RecName: Full=N-(5-amino-5-carboxypentanoyl)-L-cysteinyl-D-valine synthase; DE EC=6.3.2.26; DE AltName: Full=Delta-(L-alpha-aminoadipyl)-L-cysteinyl-D-valine synthetase; DE Short=ACV synthetase; DE Short=ACVS; GN Name=pcbAB; OS Amycolatopsis lactamdurans (Nocardia lactamdurans). OC Bacteria; Actinobacteria; Pseudonocardiales; Pseudonocardiaceae; OC Amycolatopsis. OX NCBI_TaxID=1913; RN [1] RP NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE [GENOMIC DNA]. RC STRAIN=VAR LC 411; RX PubMed=1956290; DOI=10.1111/j.1365-2958.1991.tb01885.x; RA Coque J.J.R., Martin J.F., Calzada J.G., Liras P.; RT "The cephamycin biosynthetic genes pcbAB, encoding a large multidomain RT peptide synthetase, and pcbC of Nocardia lactamdurans are clustered RT together in an organization different from the same genes in RT Acremonium chrysogenum and Penicillium chrysogenum."; RL Mol. ...
10. Nov. 2015 Doctoral - Diploma - Bachelor - Master Thesis . of clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae) by the endophytic fungus Acremonium alternatum.
Citation: Foote, A.P., Klotz, J.L., Harmon, D.L., Bush, L.P., Strickland, J.R. 2010. Ergot alkaloids induce vasoconstriction of bovine foregut vasculature. J. Anim. Sci. 88( 2/J). Dairy Sci. Vol. 93(1)/Poult. Sci. 89(1):701. Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: Alkaloids produced by the Neotyphodium coenophialum endophyte in association with tall fescue (Lolium arundinaceum) are imputed to cause peripheral symptoms of fescue toxicosis. We hypothesized that theses compounds could correspondingly affect foregut vasculature. The objective of this study was to determine vasoconstrictive potentials of ergovaline (ERV), ergotamine (ERT), ergocryptine (ERP), ergocristine (ERS), ergonovine (ERN), ergocornine (ERO), lysergic acid (LSA), and an ethanol-extract of ground endophyte-infected fescue seed (EXT) on right ruminal artery and vein. Segments of right ruminal artery and vein were collected from the ventral coronary groove of predominately Angus heifers (n = 7) shortly after slaughter and placed ...
Background: Enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated lignocellulosic biomass is an essential process for the production of fermentable sugars for industrial use. A better understanding of fungal cellulase systems will provide clues for maximizing the hydrolysis of target biomass. Talaromyces cellulolyticus is a promising fungus for cellulase production and efficient biomass hydrolysis. Several cellulolytic enzymes purified from T. cellulolyticus were characterized in earlier studies, but the core enzymes critical for hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass remain unknown. Results: Six cellulolytic enzymes critical for the hydrolysis of crystalline cellulose were purified from T. cellulolyticus culture supernatant using an enzyme assay based on synergistic hydrolysis of Avicel. The purified enzymes were identified by their substrate specificities and analyses of trypsin-digested peptide fragments and were classified into the following glycosyl hydrolase (GH) families: GH3 (β-glucosidase, Bgl3A), GH5 ...
Lee, H. J., Schofield, C. J. and Lloyd, M. D., 2002. Active site mutations of recombinant deacetoxycephalosporin C synthase. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 292, pp. 66-70.. ...
1. Penicillin N was synthesized by coupling alpha-amino-alpha-p-nitrobenzyl-N-p-nitro-benzyloxycarbonyl-D-adipate with 6-aminopenicillanic acid benzyl ester, followed by removal of the protecting groups through hydrogenolysis. 2. alpha-Amino-alpha-p-nitrobenzyl-N-p-nitrobenzyloxycarbonyl-D-[5-14C]adipate was prepared by treating alpha-p-nitrobenzyl-N-p-nitrobenzyloxycarbonyl-D-glutamic acid with [14C]diazomethane followed by rearrangement with silver trifluoromethanesulphonate. 3. Coupling of alpha-amino-alpha-p-nitrobenzyl-N-p-nitrobenzyloxycarbonyl-D-[5-14C]adipate with 6-aminopenicillanic acid benzyl ester gave triprotected [10-14C]penicillin N. 4. 3H was introduced at C-6 of the Schiffs base derivative (10) by oxidation followed by reduction with NaB3H4. 5. The so-derived (6 alpha-3H)-labelled Schiffs base was hydrolysed to give 6-amino [6 alpha-3H]penicillanic acid benzyl ester p-toluenesulphonic acid salt, which after coupling as the free amine with ...
Tall fescue is the most widely grown cool-season species in North Carolina. For a cool-season species, tall fescue is tolerant to heat and drought, disease resistant, and persists with minimum care. It has a tendency to clump due to its bunch-type growth habit and may need to be re-seeded each year in areas that exhibit thin growth patterns due to excessive summer stresses. Tall fescue is easily confused with Kentucky bluegrass, annual ryegrass, and perennial ryegrass. However, Kentucky bluegrass has a boat-shaped leaf tip and distinctive light-colored lines on both sides of the midrib. Tall fescue has rolled vernation in the leaf bud and perennial ryegrass has folded vernation. Also, tall fescue has rough leaf blade margins whereas annual and perennial ryegrass have smooth ones. Tall fescue and perennial ryegrass both have non-clasping auricles, whereas annual ryegrass has clasping auricles. The backside of the tall fescue leaf blade is less glossy than that of annual ryegrass.. ...
TABLE-US-00001 TABLE 1 Cultural characteristics of Acremonium persicinum strain MF-347833 Media Cultural characteristics Malt extract agar Growth: Rapidly. 30-31 mm in diameter. Surface: Circular, undulate at margin, floccose, white (1A1). Reverse: Pale yellow to pale orange (5A3). Potato dextrose agar Growth: Rapidly. 39-41 mm in (Difco 2010) diameter. Surface: Circular, undulate at margin, floccose, white (1A1) to yellowish white (4A2). Reverse: Sulcate, ivory (4A3). Mustard brown at center (5E6). Czapek solution agar Growth: Rapidly. 57-59 mm in diameter. Surface: Circular, entire at margin. Felty, somewhat reddish gray at center, generally white (1A1). Reverse: Pale orange (5A2). Sabouraud dextrose Growth: Rapidly. 32-33 mm in agar (Difco 0109) diameter. Surface: Circular, undulate at margin. Forming striates. Floccose, white (1A1). Reverse: Sulcate, yellowish white (4A2). Emerson YpSs agar Growth: Rapidly. 36-38 mm in (Difco 0739) diameter. Surface: Circular, undulate at margin. Felty, ...
Neotyphodium coenophialum é um simbionte (endófito) sistémico e transmissível por semente de Festuca arundinacea (festuca-alta), uma erva endémica da Eurásia e Norte de África, mas largamente naturalizada na América do Norte, Austrália e Nova Zelândia. Este endófito foi identificado como a causa da síndrome de toxicose da festuca que por vezes afecta o gado que pasta em ervas infectadas por N. coenophialum. Entre os sintomas possíveis incluem-se reduzido aumento de peso, temperatura corporal elevada, fertilidade reduzida, agalactia, pelagem áspera, necrose gordurosa, coxear ou gangrena seca das patas. Devido à sua semelhança com os sintomas de ergotismo em humanos, pensa-se que os agentes provavelmente responsáveis pela toxicose da festuca sejam os alcaloides ergotínicos, sobretudo a ergovalina produzida por N. coenophialum. A continuada popularidade da festuca-alta com este endófito, apesar da toxicose episódica do gado, é atribuível à produtividade e tolerância desta ...
milar under each watering regime. The control treatment, under non-limiting conditions, has the highest accumulated yield in both Season One and Two for ryegrass (17.1 and 15.7 t DM ha⁻¹) and tall fescue (18.8 and 16.0 t DM ⁻¹) respectively. Spring and autumn drought treatments were similar for the two species in accumulated yield in either season, however the exposure to drought stress returned yields lower than the control. Consistently, the lowest-yielding treatment was the four-weekly irrigated drought, which resulted in an average yield across species in Season One of 10.1 t DM ha⁻¹ and 8.35 t DM ha⁻¹ in Season Two. Growth rates of the swards were calculated using accumulated DM production against accumulated thermal time using a base temperature of 3°C for both species. The control treatments showed a strong linear relationship for both species in both seasons, though Season Two showed a period of approximately 390 °Cd of no growth. Spring growth was similar for all ...
LEXINGTON, Ky. Tall fescue is a popular grass for Kentucky pastures for many reasons-it is hardy and tolerates drought, has a root system that aids in controlling erosion and can stand up to heavy grazing. Farmers can even stockpile it for winter grazing. However, an endophyte fungus that commonly infects the plant can affect livestock. Summertime tends to be peak time for fungus-related problems.. "Fescue toxicosis is the general term used for the clinical diseases that can affect cattle consuming endophyte-infected tall fescue," said Michelle Arnold, ruminant extension veterinarian for the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. "Something important for Kentucky producers to watch for is a syndrome frequently referred to as summer slump. Affected cattle appear hot with labored respiration (open mouth and/or rapid breathing) and excessive salivation. They avoid grazing during the day and seek shade or mud wallows to find relief from heat.". Externally, cattle may ...
Ergovaline is an ergopeptine and one of the ergot alkaloids. It is usually found in endophyte-infected species of grass like Tall fescue or Perennial Ryegrass. It is toxic to cattle feeding on infected grass, probably because it acts as a vasoconstrictor. Neotyphodium coenophialum Richard Browning (2003). "Tall Fescue Endophyte Toxicosis in Beef Cattle: Clinical Mode of Action and Potential Mitigation through Cattle Genetics" (PDF). Beef Improvement Federation. Hovermale, J. T.; Craig, A. M. (2001). "Correlation of Ergovaline and Lolitrem B Levels in Endophyte-Infected Perennial Ryegrass (Lolium Perenne)". Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 13 (4): 323-327. doi:10.1177/104063870101300407. PMID 11478604. Schnitzius, J. M.; Hill, N. S.; Thompson, C. S.; Craig, A. M. (2001). "Semiquantitative determination of ergot alkaloids in seed, straw, and digesta samples using a competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay". Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 13 (3): 230-237. PMID ...
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Abstract Hexaploid tall fescue [Lolium arundinaceum (Schreb.) Darbysh. = Schedonorus arundinaceus (Schreb.) Dumort., formerly Festuca arundinacea Schreb. var. arundinacea] is an agronomically vital member of the grass family that has been characterized based on morphological characteristics, interfertility relationships, and, more recently, genetic criteria such as gene sequences. Efforts to improve tall fescue for forage or turf and to gain insight into processes of grass evolution hinge on an accurate depiction of the interrelationships that exist between this species and other Lolium and Festuca grasses. The evolution of hexaploid tall fescue, and a majority of grasses, has involved interspecific hybridization that obscures species boundaries but, more importantly, serves as a rapid means of combining distinct genomes into novel progeny with enhanced evolutionary potential. We discuss here the systematics of the Festuca-Lolium complex within the context of such processes and highlight the dynamic
Tall fescue ( Festuca arundinaceaSchreb.) is a major cool season forage and turf grass in the temperate regions of the world. It is also a close relative of other important forage and turf grasses,...
Very little is known about the influence of plant growth regulators (PGRs) on turfgrass sward dynamics (including shoot development and mortality) and reproductive development. PGR-induced growth suppression might increase assimilate supply to axillary buds, resulting in their release. A 2-yr study was conducted to determine the impact of four PGRs applied in late March on the sward dynamics of Kentucky 31 tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.). Maleic hydrazide [1,2-dihydro-3,6-pyridazinedione] and mefluidide 17V-(2,4-dimethyl-5-[([trifluoromethyl]-sulfonyl)amino]phenyl)acetamide], two PGRs that suppress vegetative and reproductive growth, were applied at 4.48 and 0.56 kg ha−1, respectively. Flurprimidol [α-(1-methylethyl)-α-[4-(trifluoromethoxy)phenyl]-5-pyrimidinemethanol] and paclobutrazol [(R*,R*)-(±)-β-[(4-chlorophenyl)methyl]-α-,(1,1dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazole-1-ethanol], two PGRs that suppress vegetative growth only, were each applied at 1.12 kg ha−1. Twenty shoots ...
Tall fescue was introduced into the United States in the late 19th century, but it did not establish itself as a widely used perennial forage until the 1940s. As in Europe, tall fescue has become an important, well-adapted cool season forage grass for agriculture in the US with many cultivars. In addition to forage, it has become an important grass for turf and soil conservation. Tall fescue is the most heat tolerant of the major cool season grasses. Tall fescue has a deep root system compared to other cool season grasses. This non-native grass is well adapted to the "transition zone" Mid Atlantic and Southeastern United States and now occupies over 35,000,000 acres (140,000 km2).[4] Tall fescue has become an invasive species and noxious weed in native California grasslands and habitats, such as the California coastal prairie plant community. The dominant cultivar grown in the United States is Kentucky 31. In 1931 E. N. Fergus, a professor of agronomy at the University of Kentucky, collected ...
Mal seco is an almost invariably fatal disease of horses in Argentina and Chile, which resembles grass sickness, a dysautonomia of horses in Europe. The aetiology of mal seco remains unknown. An attempt to reproduce the disease was made by feeding horses with Festuca argentina, a plant considered to be toxic to animals and which was consistently found in the diet of nine horses suffering from mal seco. Three horses were fed with F argentina ad libitum for 28 days. The plant was infected with an endophytic fungus, whose morphological characteristics were in agreement with descriptions of Acremonium chlamydosporioides. No clinical abnormalities were observed in two of the horses, but one died on the fifth day of the trial after becoming incoordinated, unsteady and ataxic in the fore- and hindlimbs. No gross changes were observed post mortem in any of the horses, with the exception of a small number of Fasciola hepatica in the liver of the horse which died, and a moderate number of Gasterophilus ...
Stems erect, branched, 4.5-10 dm, glabrous to sparsely farinose. Leaves nonaromatic, sessile; proximal blades oblong-ovate to ovate lanceolate, 1.7-3.6 × 1-2.8 cm, base cuneate, margins finely serrate; distal blades tending toward lanceolate and margins entire, apex obtuse, farinose. Inflorescences glomerules in terminal moniliform spikes, 1-3 cm; glomerules globose, 1.8-2 mm diam.; bracts absent. Flowers: perianth segments 5, distinct nearly to base; lobes ovate, 0.5-0.7 × 0.6-0.7 mm, apex rounded, farinose, slightly keeled, reflexed and exposing fruit at maturity; stamens 5; stigmas 2, 0.2 mm. Achenes depressed-ovoid; pericarp adherent, smooth. Seeds lenticular, oval, 0.9-1.5 mm diam.; seed coat black, smooth, margins rounded. 2n = 36. Fruiting fall. Disturbed, weedy areas; 0-600 m; introduced; B.C., Man., Ont., P.E.I., Que., Sask.; Ariz., Ark., Calif., Colo., Conn., Fla., Iowa, Kans., Maine, Mass., Mich., Minn., Mo., Nebr., N.H., N.J., N.Y., N.Dak., Pa., R.I., S.Dak., Vt., Wash.; native se ...
Samples of maize seed were obtained from countries in Central America, Africa and Asia and assessed for fungal infection. Fusarium spp. were the largest single group of fungi present, and from these Fusarium moniliforme was the species most frequently isolated. Other fungi, including Stenocarpella Diplodia maydis, S. macrospora and Acremonium...
1OBN: Structural Studies on the Reaction of Isopenicillin N Synthase with the Substrate Analogue Delta-(L-Alpha-Aminoadipoyl)-L-Cysteinyl-D-Alpha-Aminobutyrate.
MOLD AND LYME TOXINS. Richard Loyd, Ph.D.. Mold toxins are found in foods such as grains and peanuts. Far more serious are the mold toxins found in buildings and vehicles with water leaks. Buildings with flat roofs and buildings on a concrete slab are ready-made for mold problems. Mold toxins are the most common of the biotoxins and are responsible for many if not most of the symptoms of many Lyme disease patients.. When a building has a water leak or water damage that is not immediately corrected, molds such as Stachybotrys, Aspergillus, Acremonium, Actiniomycetes, Penicillium and Chaetomium are likely to start colonies. The colonies may be visible or they may be hidden in places such as the tops of ceiling tiles or the bottoms of carpets. The molds send out spores which contain powerful biotoxins that are nerve toxins or neurotoxins. A study by Harvard University found that fully half of the homes studied had enough mold to cause symptoms. And we have found that many cars are ...
In this study, after identification of genes involved in biosynthesis of penicillin, we evaluated the expression of pcbAB and pcbC genes in P. Chrysogenum. A quantitative PCR (qPCR) approach was used to determine how these genes were expressed in different time courses. In addition, the produced penicillin content was measured using HPLC. qPCR analysis of mRNAs extracted from P. chrysogenum indicated that the expression levels of pcbAB, pcbC increased in seven days after inoculation compared to the expressed levels with others time courses, but this difference was not significant statistically. The analysis of chromatograms from injected showed that the highest content of penicillin in media observed in 7 days after cultivation, except in P. chrysogenum PTCC 5033. In addition, the results of comparative analysis among the tested strains showed that the penicillin content in 5, 7 and 11 days after cultivation was highest in P. chrysogenum PTCC 5037, P. chrysogenum PTCC 5031 and P. chrysogenum
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Festuca amethystina es una especie de planta herbácea perteneciente a la familia de las poáceas. Es nativa de los Alpes y del sur de Europa. Esta festuca se ha bautizado así por sus espiguillas florales teñidas de amatista que aparecen a finales de la primavera y a principios del verano. Alcanza 45 cm de alto y forma macollos de hojas delgadas verdeazuladas con bordes ásperos. Festuca amethystina fue descrita por Carlos Linneo y publicado en Species Plantarum 1: 74. 1753.[1]​ Etimología Festuca: nombre genérico que deriva del latín y significa tallo o brizna de paja, también el nombre de una mala hierba entre la cebada.[2]​ amethystina: epíteto latino que significa "de color violeta".[3]​ Variedades Festuca amethystina var. dijimilensis (Hack. ex Boiss.) St.-Yves Festuca amethystina subsp. euamethystina (St.-Yves) Krajina Sinonimia Festuca austriaca Hack. Festuca balansae E.B.Alexeev Festuca caerulans Schur Festuca inarmata Schur Festuca mutica Schleich. ex Hack. Festuca ovina ...
Bernard, M.; Maughan, B.; and Villalba, J. J., "Preference for tannin-containing supplements by sheep consuming endophyte-infected tall fescue hay" (2013). ...
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To obtain best results in both quantity and quality from stockpiled fescue, the early spring or elongated growth should be removed by grazing, haying or clipping by June 1. Failure to remove the early elongated growth tends to dilute the quality of the vegetative growth that follows. Later production also may be inhibited if the early growth is not grazed or clipped.. Many producers harvest a seed crop from the fescue and then stockpile the regrowth for winter use. If a good seed crop is desired the following year, clipping of the fescue soon after seed harvest is essential.. Another system to maximize fescue for fall and winter is to harvest hay from the early growth and to stockpile the later growth in the field or on the stump. For producers who own a round baler, the bales may be left in the field to conserve labor in handling, storing and feeding. Research has verified that this is one of the most efficient ways to handle a beef herd. This is especially true if the cattle are limited to 4 ...
When possible, try to determine the type of material you have. Is the feed material a type of fescue, ryegrass, a mix of both or something else?. If you have fescue an ergovaline test is recommended. Lolitrem B is not typically produced by the endophyte found in fescue.. If you have ryegrass both ergovaline and lolitrem B can be present. If you want to have only one test done, a test for lolitrem B is recommended. The endophyte that can be in ryegrass is different than the one that can be in fescue and tends to produce mostly lolitrem B. However, you need to be aware that ergovaline is usually produced at lesser amounts and can also be a cause for concern in feed. A test for ergovaline may additionally be requested for ryegrass.. If you have both types of grass, tests for both ergovaline and lolitrem B are recommended.. If you dont know the type of material, in your feed but reproduction issues and or vasoconstriction issues are your concerns, a test for ergovaline, is recommended. If ...
Plant secondary compounds abound in every plant mother nature has to offer. From common garden vegetables to poisonous plants, there are secondary compounds in every plant any animal, as well as we, chooses to eat. In the past, secondary compounds were mostly considered waste products of plant metabolism, but over the last several decades research has shown that these compounds play an active role in plant and animal behavior, health, and productivity. Though often seen only in terms of their negative impacts on intake and production, we are becoming increasingly aware of their beneficial roles in plant, animal, and human health. Providing herbivores with a diversity of plants to make up their diet allows them to regulate and mix foods so as to better utilize primary and secondary compounds, as well as enhancing economic and ecological performance. The secondary compound gramine is an alkaloid found in reed canarygrass that is proteinaceous in nature. Endophyte-infected tall fescue contains the ...
http://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry-analysis/sorbitol-market. Liquid sorbitol is made by processing dextrose, while crystal one is obtained by spray drying liquid sorbitol. Liquid sorbitol led the sorbitol market in 2013 in terms of demand. It accounted for a demand of 1,524.7 KT that year. Crystal sorbitol can register a growth rate of 2.9% till 2020.. Vitamin C production, oral care products, as surfactants, and diabetic & dietetic food & beverages are the market applications. Vitamin C production should grow slowly on account of the overproduction of the vitamin. Since sorbitol is metabolized at a slower rate, it is a popular choice for toothpastes & oral care products. Toothpaste, one of the oral products, would grow at 4% CAGR over the forecast phase. This will be attributed to it preventing tooth decay. Sorbitol is also used as surfactants in the form of wetting agents, emulsifiers, detergents, and dispersants.. Request for sample of this research report ...
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Jackson, Josh Duration of Grazing High Versus Low Endophyte (Neotyphodium coenophialum)-Infected Tall Fescue by Growing Steers Differentially Affects Blood Concentrations of Prolactin, Enzymes, and ...
The cool-season grasses (ryegrass, rye, wheat, oats, triticale, and fescue) provide valuable winter and spring grazing when the warm-season perennial grasses are not growing. Cool-season grasses are high-quality forages and can be the main source of feed for the cow herd, or they can be used as a protein and energy supplement through the practice of "limit grazing." The most efficient use of these grasses may be for younger animals that need a higher-quality forage than required by mature animals. Although cool-season grasses are expensive to plant and grow, in areas of the state where they can be grown successfully, they can be a less costly substitute for energy and protein supplements purchased off the ranch. Soil moisture (rainfall) is the key to successfully growing cool-season grasses in Florida.. Cool-season forages require soils that are above average in soil moisture-holding capacity. They can be grown on the heavier sandy loam and clay soils of north and northwest Florida, as well as ...
There are many problems that livestock producers have to deal with resulting from changing weather. If youre grazing cattle, ergotism can be one of them. A cool, wet spring followed by early, h,Forage Flash
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Włodzimierz Zwierzykowski, Msc. Eng.. The research is focused on the forage grasses from the Lolium-Festuca complex. Lolium and Festuca species encompasses numerous complementary traits. L. multiflorum (Italian ryegrass) and L. perenne (perennial ryegrass) are the species with high forage quality but rather low tolerance to abiotic and biotic stresses. Otherwise, F. pratensis (meadow fescue) and F. arundinacea (tall fescue) are characterized by high level of resistance to pathogens and tolerance to frost, drought and salinity but they cannot compete with Lolium species with reference to productivity and quality. Both Festuca species are regarded as models among forage grasses for the research associated with drought tolerance (F. arundinacea) and tolerance to low temperature (F. pratensis). ...
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Acid Showdown! The first catalytic ring expansion of vinyl oxetanes to 3,6-dihydro-2H-pyrans is described. Copper(II) triflate emerged as the best catalyst for this new transformation, which has broad scope as demonstrated by the eighteen examples included. The symmetric vinyl oxetane substrate can be asymmetrically desymmetrized when using either chiral Lewis or Brønsted acids as catalysts. ...
Filamentous fungi produce an impressive variety of secondary metabolites; many of them have important biological activities. The biosynthesis of these secondary metabolites is frequently induced by plant-derived external elicitors and appears to also
This true Blue Fescues colorful foliage forms graceful clumps, making its own proper statement in the garden all season long. We recommend planting this easy-care beauty in the border of your bed or in a rock garden. Once established, Beyond Blue is drou
Au(I) catalysis has recently emerged as a powerful tool for the realization of a broad range of organic transformations. Despite this rapid development, attaining selectivity and maintaining catalyst stability remain significant challenges. Rational ligand design, such as the employment of NHC or TA ligands, has been used to confront these issues. This thesis focuses on the use of Au(I) catalysts bearing these ligands for the selective hydroalkynylation of enol ethers. By employing a TA-Au stabilized catalyst, [(OAr)3PAu(TA-H)]OTf, the intermolecular hydroalkynylation of enol ethers, a substrate that is well-known to promote decomposition of the gold cation, was efficiently achieved. As an expansion of this reaction, the NHC-Au catalyst, IPrAuNTf2, was utilized in a multicomponent system to promote the tandem hydroalkynylation of enol ethers formed in-situ via the cycloisomerization of alkynols. Further exploration of this tandem reaction revealed that IPrAuNTf2 catalyzes a cascade ring-expansion of the
Graduated from the University of York in 2014. During her placement year at AstraZeneca she worked on the manufacture of chiral amines via catalytic and flow processing methods. She also undertook a placement at the University of Nottingham looking at the synthesis and characterisation of materials which promote stem cell attachment for biomedical applications. She is currently working under the supervision of Profs. Jonathan Clayden and Kevin Booker-Milburn on the development of methodology for the ring-expansion of nitrogen heterocycles via aryl and vinyl migrations ...
Description from Flora of China. Typhoides arundinacea (Linnaeus) Moench.. Perennial, rhizomatous; rhizomes extensively spreading. Culms reedlike, erect, leafy, 0.6-1.5 m tall, 6-8-noded. Leaf sheaths glabrous, not inflated; leaf blades 10-35 cm × 10-18 mm, tapering to a fine apex; ligule 2-3 mm. Panicle contracted, linear-oblong in outline, lobed, interrupted, 8-15 cm; branches short, erect, densely spiculate. Spikelets oblong, laterally compressed, 4-6 mm; glumes narrowly lanceolate, glabrous or puberulous, pale green streaked darker green or purplish, keel scabrid, wingless or very narrowly winged upward, apex sharply acute; sterile lemmas equal, subulate, 1.5-1.8 mm, villous; fertile lemma broadly lanceolate, 3-4 mm, appressed-pubescent upward, shiny; palea boat-shaped, keels ciliolate. Anthers 2.5-3 mm. Fl. and fr. Jun-Aug. 2n = 28.. An ornamental form of this species with green- and cream-striped leaf blades, Phalaris arundinacea var. picta Linnaeus (丟帤荀 si dai cao), is sometimes ...
... definition, a European fescue, Festuca pratensis, of the grass family, grown for pasture in North America. See more.
(Abstract only. Link to: http://newprairiepress.org/kaesrr/vol1/iss4/1/) Article is nearly identical to Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium Fertilization for Newly Established Tall Fescue previously published in Southeast Agricultural Research Center 2015, included in this PDF. First-year production of tall fescue (Site 1 in 2013 and Site 2 in 2014) was affected by nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), but not potassium (K) fertilization. Environmental conditions likely influenced the growth of the fescue and the response to fertilizer N and P in the first year of production at the two sites.
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Ascorbate oxidase contains two paramagnetic Cu(ii) binding sites, type 1 (T1) and type 2 (T2) and in both sites the Cu(ii) is coordinated to histidine residues. We use several pulse EPR techniques at high field (95 GHz) to determine ligand 1H and 14N hyperfine couplings in the two sites and identify the T1 s
Brown patch-The period from June 12-Jun 23 marked an extended period of weather favorable for brown patch infection and disease development. Again, putting greens remained protected, but symptoms appeared on many tee boxes and fairways. Fortunately, once cooler drier weather arrives, turf thinned by brown patch infection recovers to near-original density within a week or so. We were lucky this year, because a period of four consecutive days of cool dry weather is rare for July in the lower Midwest. Obvious brown patch symptoms on June 20 were clearly recovering by July 5 (Figure 1). Based on samples brought to my attention during late June, brown patch was particularly severe in residential turf (tall fescue, including turf-type tall fescue, is quite susceptible to infection) and many athletic fields.. Anthracnose - The wet weather in June also favored anthracnose infection. Older decaying leaves near the crown are the prime targets. I observed more than a few instances of the beginning stages ...
Turf grass type: Bunch-type grasses, such as tall fescue and perennial ryegrass, must be mowed to a height of 3″or more because their growing points are above ground. Sod-forming grasses such as fine fescues and Kentucky bluegrass can be mowed lower because they grow from a point at or slightly below ground level. Lawns that contain both bunch-type and sod-forming grasses should be mowed high to accommodate the bunch grasses.. Environmental conditions: Higher mowing during hot weather protects and insulates the growing points of cool-season turf grasses. Higher mowing results in more leaf area, more photosynthesis, and deeper root systems. This enables the grasses to withstand periodic high-temperature stress. If the growing points of turf grass plants are damaged, a stubby, brown appearance results. Lawns grow in response to environmental conditions; lawns require more frequent mowing in the cool, moist weather of spring and fall when they grow rapidly, than in the hot, dry conditions of ...
Hard Fescue - Festuca ovina var. duriuscula - Primarily used for reclamation and roadway re-vegetation and is a great companion grass for wildflower areas. It is a cool season bunch grass growing to approx. 6-2 tall. Full sun; high drought tolerance; no salt tolerance; blooms June to July; round, smooth leaves. Averages approx. 6 inches to 2 feet in heightLight Requirement: Sun Seeding Rate: 20-30lbs. per acre. If mixing with wildflowers use 30% of this grass seed to 70% wildflower seed.
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USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Maranta arundinacea in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 08-Apr-12 ...
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What we have always learnt: In a patient allergic to penicillin, the cross sensitivity to any cephalosporins is 10% (it means that if you use a cephalosporin in a patient allergic to penicillin, the risk of them getting allergy is 10%) Is it true? This table answers it all. Too complicated? lets look at the…
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... OH 20 Leonard Perry, Extension Professor Many native and exotic plants in our environment may cause either mild irritation or serious sickness when touched or eaten. The word poison may excite unnecessary fear. Poisonous plants include some that cause only mild irritation as well as those that are highly toxic. To say that a plant is poisonous does not imply that all parts of the plant are poisonous, nor does it imply that it is poisonous for all people. For example, the rhubarb plant has both edible parts (leaf stems) and poisonous parts (leaf blades). Reactions to poisonous plants maybe caused by contact, or by eating the toxic parts of these plants. Some people are more sensitive than others to poisonous plants. The following list includes some of the common poisonous plants. There are other plants that are sometimes toxic which are not mentioned in this list. Some plants not on this list, like many manufactured products in the home, may under some conditions cause toxic ...
Many native and exotic plants are poisonous to humans when ingested or if there is skin contact with plant chemicals. However, the most common problems with poisonous plants arise from contact with the sap oil of several native plants that cause an allergic skin reaction-poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.. Outdoor workers may be exposed to poisonous plants. Outdoor workers at risk include farmers, foresters, landscapers, groundskeepers, gardeners, painters, roofers, pavers, construction workers, laborers, mechanics, and any other workers who spend time outside. Forestry workers and firefighters who battle forest fires are at additional risk because they could potentially develop rashes and lung irritation from contact with damaged or burning poisonous plants.. ...
DeKalb County Chief Executive Officer Burrell Ellis announces that DeKalb County Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs will host the public awareness training session "Snakes, Bugs, Insects, and Poisonous Plants in the Parks" tomorrow, Sept. 15, 6 - 8 p.m. at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community Center, 3181 Rainbow Drive in Decatur.. As the public is invited to enjoy the countys parks and natural resources, visitors should be aware of the harmful snakes, bugs, insects, and poisonous plants. The workshop will teach visitors proper identification techniques and inform attendees about state laws that protect certain animals and plants.. ...
Numerous poisonous plants, chemicals and metals can cause nervous signs in free-range ducks when eaten in sufficient quantity. The presence of a poisonous plant does not necessarily mean that poisoning by that particular plant has occurred. Normally ducks discriminate against most poisonous plants, provided they are fed a well-balanced ration or have access to other greenfeed. Accidental ingestion of the odd poisonous seed and leaf ordinarily does not produce any adverse reactions. Only when the poisonous plant becomes a substantial part of the diet, or when minute quantities are consumed regularly over a long time, may signs be evident. The amount of plant material that will produce signs of poisoning depends to a large degree on the nature of the toxic principle, the part of the plant ingested and its stage of growth, soil and weather conditions and the general health of the flock ...
Saddle Leaf Philodendron, Sago Palm, Satin Pothos, Schefflera, Shamrock Plant, Shunk Cabbage, Silver Pathos, Snake Plant, Snowdrop, Snow On The Mountain, Sorghum, Star of Bethlehem, Stinging Nettle, Stinkweed, Swiss Cheese Plant. Taro Vine, Toadstools, Tobacco, Tomato Plant. Umbrella Tree. Water Hemlock, Weeping Fig, Wisteria. For more information about poisonous plants and other substances which are harmful, please contact your pets veterinarian or a Michigan Humane Society veterinary center.. If you suspect your companion animal may have ingested a poisonous substance, you may wish to use a national animal poison control emergency service such as:. University of Illinois / ...
Common poisonous plants encountered in India include (1) irritant plants, e.g. castor, colocynth, croton, glory lily, marking nut, mayapple, red pepper, rosary pea; (2) cardiotoxic plants, e.g. aconite, autumn crocus, common oleander, yellow oleander, suicide tree; (3) neurotoxic plants, e.g. calotropis, cassava, chickling pea, datura, strychnos; (4) hepatotoxic plants, e.g. neem; and (5) miscellaneous toxic plants and plant products, including arecanut, ...
ABSTRACT. South Africa is blessed with one of the richest floras in the world, which-not surprisingly-includes many poisonous plants. Theiler in the founding years believed that plants could be involved in the aetiologies of many of the then unexplained conditions of stock, such as gousiekte and geeldikkop. His subsequent investigations of plant poisonings largely laid the foundation for the future Sections of Toxicology at the Institute and the Faculty of Veterinary Science (UP). The history of research into plant poisonings over the last 100 years is briefly outlined. Some examples of sustained research on important plant poisonings, such as cardiac glycoside poisoning and gousiekte, are given to illustrate our approach to the subject and the progress that has been made. The collation and transfer of information and the impact of plant poisonings on the livestock industry is discussed and possible avenues of future research are investigated.. ...
Listed here are plants poisonous or toxic to cats that must be avoided if there are cats in your home. Note that lilies(*), in particular, are dangerous to cats. While in some cases, just parts of a plant (bark, leaves, seeds, berries, roots, tubers, spouts, green shells) might be poisonous, this list rules out the whole plant if any part is toxic. If you must have any of them, keep them safely out of reach. Toxic Plants Index, provides an extensive list of genus/species and common names of plants known to be toxic to small animals. After the index, each plant species is written up with a brief description of the known common names, the toxin or toxins produced by the plant, and the part or parts of the species that are known to be toxic. A paragraph describing clinical signs caused by the plant is followed by known treatment recommendations.. Should your cat eat part of a poisonous plant, rush the cat to your veterinarian as soon as possible. If you can, take the plant with you for ease of ...
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MADAM FATE (Hippobroma longiflora); entire plant; plant contains convulsants.. MALANGA (Xanthosoma spp.); leaves; mouth affected by irritant raphides; plant also causes dermatitis.. MALLOW (Malva parviflora); plant mav contain toxic levels of nitrates.. Malus spp. (APPLES); seeds; plant is cyanogenetic.. Malva parviflora (CHEESEWEED, MALLOW); plant may contain toxic levels of nitrates.. MANCHINEEL (Hippomane mancinella); latex; toxins affect gastrointestinal tract; plant also causes dermatitis.. Mandragora officinarum (MANDRAKE); nervous system affected by the toxins hyoscyamine and mandragorin.. MANDRAKE (Mandragora officinarum); nervous system affected by the toxins hyoscyamine and mandragorin.. MANGOLD (Beta vulgaris); leaves; plant contains soluble oxalates; may contain toxic levels of nitrates.. Manihot esculenta (CASSAVA); leaves, esp. Roots; plant is cyanogenetic.. MARIJUANA (Cannabis sativa); leaves, flower bracts; plant contains the hallucinogens tctrahydro-cannabinols.. MARSH MARIGOLD ...
Kochia [Kochia scoparia (L) Schrad] has become resistant to many herbicides used in cropland and railroad rights-of-way in North Dakota and Minnesota. Kochia scoparia plants that had survived annual treatments with diuron and tebuthiuron were sampled along railroad rights-of-way in North Dakota and Minnesota. The samples were screened in the greenhouse for resistance to diuron, tebuthiuron, metribuzin and bromoxynil from 0.5x to 32x the recommended use rates. A resistant K scoparia accession (MN-3R) was confirmed with resistance up to 16-fold higher than recommended use rates for tebuthiuron and diuron and up to 4-fold higher for metribuzin. However, the resistant K scoparia accession was susceptible to bromoxynil even at 50% of the recommended use rate. The herbicide binding region of the psbA gene fragment of eight resistant (R) and seven susceptible (S) K scoparia accessions was PCR-amplified and sequenced for detection of mutations. The psbA gene of four R K scoparia accessions was mutated ...
One risk of having house plants is that some of them are poisonous. If you have pets or children, its important to know what varieties of plants you have, and whether or not they are toxic. Both flowering plants and foliage plants can be poisonous. Some common poisonous house plants are Dieffenbachia, Poinsettia, Cyclamen, Philodendrons, and Sago Palm, just to name a few. Unfortunately, some of these poisonous plants are among the best indoor plants for beginners to grow. Websites dont agree whether Spider Plants are poisonous, but I would consider them so just to be safe. Keeping poisonous plants in flower pots high up on indoor plant stands or plant hangers can help minimize the risk to children and pets.. The New York Botanical Garden website contains a list of common poisonous house plants as well as guidelines for dealing with a poisoning. They state that its important to know what plant has been consumed as well as the quantity, and list local and national poison control hotline phone ...
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The ancient Greeks, explaining the action of medicinal plants, they are sometimes endowed with supernatural power. In ancient Greek word "Pharmakon" means both poison and medicine, and witchcraft. From the same word science on medicinal plants is now called pharmacognosy. about drugs in pharmacology. and those who manufacture drugs in the pharmacies are called pharmacists.. At different times and in different countries of poisonous plants prepared potions for criminal purposes. "Insidious", "harmful", "plant-enemies" - not once refer to these plants! Many of them from ancient times was known also that they have remarkable healing properties if taken in small doses. The ancient doctors said that the poison, skillfully applied, can serve as a cure. Russian only medicine used more than 160 species of poisonous plants. A lot of them in medicine India, Tibet, China, Africa, and America.. Most poisons are treated, if only to know how and in what quantities to apply them. Small doses of poison contain ...
Two cyanogenic glycosides are found in black cherry. Amygdalin and prunasin are found in the leaves, twigs, and seeds (Cheeke and Schull 1985). Hydrogen cyanide is formed when the glycosides are hydrolyzed by plant enzymes after damage or by rumen organisms. Majak et al. (1990) found that cyanide production is most rapid in cattle that had been starved for a day. High rates of cyanide production were obtained in the rumen after the animal ingested fresh alfalfa and cubed alfalfa hay.. ...
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Allison, C.A, J.L. Turner, and J.C. Wenzel. 2016. Poisonous plants of New Mexico rangelands [Circular 678]. Las Cruces: New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service.. Burrows, G.E., and R.J. Tyrl. 2001. Asclepiadaceae R.Br. In Toxic plants of North America (pp. 125-135). Ames: Iowa State University Press.. Duncan, K.W., and K.C. McDaniel. 2015. Chemical weed and brush control for New Mexico rangelands [Circular 597]. Las Cruces: New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service.. Hart, C.R., T. Garland, A.C. Barr, B.B. Carpenter, and J.C. Reagor. 2003. Toxic plants of Texas (pp. 34-39). College Station: Texas Cooperative Extension Service.. Knight, A.P. 1995. Plant poisoning of horses. In L.D. Lewis, Equine clinical nutrition: Feeding and care (pp. 486-489). Philadelphia: Williams and Wilkins.. Knight, A.P. 2003. Asclepias species. In A guide to poisonous house and garden plants (pp. 38-40). Jackson, WY: Tenton NewMedia. USDA-ARS. 2016. Milkweed (Asclepias spp.). Retrieved ...
Free Public Domain Picture: Farshot of wavyleaf paintbrush (Castilleja applegatei) and Idaho milkvetch (Astragalus conjunctus) among big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata). | ID: 13950379816941
Ponderosa pine-with its distinctive orange-brown puzzle-piece bark; open, bushy canopy; and vanilla-like aroma-is a symbol of the dry intermountain West.. A ponderosa pine belt rings the Columbia Basin; this tree is often the first travelers see as they leave the arid steppe country of central Washington. With long taproots and thick bark, ponderosas are able to thrive in this hot, dry, wildfire-prone zone. Majestic parklands of ponderosa pines can be found throughout the Columbia Highlands, with particularly impressive stands in Clackamas Mountain roadless area, west of Republic, and Cougar Mountain/Thirteenmile roadless areas, south of Republic.. By virtue of their thick bark and resin-filled trunks, old-growth ponderosas will remain standing long after they die. These snags provide homes to a variety of cavity-dwelling critters. Clackamas Mountain roadless area has one of the regions highest densities of old-growth snags; birders have a good chance here of spotting woodpeckers and owls, ...
Sometimes patients are just too symptomatic to wait for elimination-challenge to work, or simply arent ready to do elimination-challenge. In these patients, I will use the UPOINT system to guide therapy, as I said, but there are 5 herbs and 2 constituents that I use more than anything else by far. Pedicularis bracteosa (towering lousewort) has become my main go-to pelvic anodyne that is also a nervine and a smooth- and skeletal muscle relaxer. This covers basically all phenotypes of chronic prostatitis and IC in one way or another. This wonderful plant is native to the mountains of the western United States. Pedicularis racemosa (lousewort, parrots beak) and P groenlandica (elephant head) also work; and at least the former is somewhat more common than the other species, but P bracteosa tastes better. The aerial parts of all 3 are used. It is crucial that they are harvested away from poisonous plants (often they are found growing right next to Veratrum, Senecio, Lupinus, and Arnica), as they ...
S: Seasons of Change. FC: Ali Gradone Plant Scavenger Hunt Period 2/3. 1: Poison Ivy , Poison Sumac , Poison Oak , Scientific Name: Toxicodendron radicans Common Name: poison ivy Description: Woody perennial, three leaves, bright green during the summer, reddish tinge during the spring or fall, vine-like formation, often on trees or along the ground. Conditions of Growth: Almost everywhere, but mainly in deciduous forests , Scientific Name: Toxicodendron vernix Common Name: Poison Sumac Description: Small tree or shrub, leaves look like ash leaves but the stems are always red, fruit is a small, grayish white berry Conditions of Growth: Low, wet ground, others found on well drained soil , Scientific Name: Toxicodendron pubescens Common Name: Atlantic Poison Oak Description: Perennial small shrub, small, green berries, bright orange/red in the fall Conditions of Growth: Dry habitats , #1 Poisonous Plants in Ohio , Sachs, J. (2002). Poison ivy in fall. Retrieved from ...
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New results by Forest Ecologist Dave Orwig and others show that hemlock stands invaded by the hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) experience dramatic reductions in regeneration of new hemlock seedlings, making the insects destruction difficult to reverse. In extensive surveys of 141 hemlock stands in southern New England, hemlock seedling density declined 71% between 2007 and 2009, while HWA infestation continued to increase (91% of the study areas were infested by 2009). In addition, recent sampling highlights that a second invasive pest, the elongate hemlock scale, was also widespread, occurring in 87% of the stands. According to the new paper in the Canadian Journal of Forest Research, HWA threatens to permanently alter native ecosystems where hemlock provides critical wildlife habitat while shading and cooling headwater streams. Read "Eastern hemlock regeneration in the presence of hemlock woolly adelgid and elongate hemlock scale.". ...
While never existing in large continuous stands, the distribution of ponderosa pine in the Willamette Valley 150 years ago was much more widespread than today. Agriculture, human settlement, urban/suburban sprawl, and preference for Douglas-fir have significantly restricted the species distribution, not uncommonly down to just a few isolated trees here and there. In the study of population genetics, we know that when populations become isolated and contain only a few individuals, crossing increasingly occurs between related individuals. This is called inbreeding, and the effects are almost always bad. Here s why: Most forest trees of the northern hemisphere, ponderosa pine included, rely upon wind pollination and an outcrossing mating system. There is a strong evolutionary basis for outcrossing, involving the same genetic principles that lead to incest taboos in human cultures. Genes that code for negative fitness traits, because they result in a loss of vigor and thus survival, are present at ...
Dyer, W.E., G.A. Goss, and P. Buck. 2002. Gravitropic responses of auxinic herbicide-resistant Kochia scoparia. Weed Sci. Am. Abstr. 42:171. Dyer, W.E., G.A. Goss, and P. Buck. 2002. Auxin-mediated responses in dicamba-resistant Kochia scoparia. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 55:58. Bahieldin, A., R. Qu, W. Dyer, A.S. Haider, and M.A. Madkour. 2002. Modified procedure for rapid recovery of transgenic wheat plants. Pgs 395-398 in Ryan, J. (ed.). Desert and Dryland Development: Challenges and Potential in the New Millennium. Proc. Sixth Intl. Conf. Devel. Dry Lands, 22 -27 August, 1999, Cairo, Egypt. ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria. 655 pp. Dyer, W.E. 2003. An auxin-binding protein (ABP) mutation in dicamba-resistant Kochia scoparia. Proc. West. Soc. Weed Sci. 56: 149. Dyer, W.E. and T.M. Sterling. 2003. Selection and compressed evolution in agroecosystems. Pg 26 in Abstracts, Invasive Plants in Natural and Managed Systems: Linking Science and Management + 7th International Conference on the Ecology and ...
The Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids (PAs) are a group of chemicals found in a variety of plant species throughout the world. These toxic alkaloids are distributed mainly in Senecio (Compositae), Crotalaria (Legominosae) and Heliotropium (Boraginaceae) species. Plants containing these alkaloids cause significant mammalian morbidity and mortality, especially in humans. Upon ingestion, metabolic activation in liver converts the potent compounds into highly reactive electrophiles capable of reacting with cellular macromolecules forming adducts, which can initiate acute or chronic toxicity. One of these plants is Senecio vulgaris which is abundant in wheat farms of Mazandaran province. When wheat (Triticum spp) is being harvested, seeds and aerial parts of Senecio would also be collected with it. Since the presence of PAs in Senecio vulgaris is proven in a previous research, hence in this study, quality and quantity of PAs of wheat and flour contaminated with Senecio in Mazandaran province farms have been studied
The objective of the study was to examine fetal growth during maternal exposure to ergot alkaloids during gestation. Pregnant Southdown ewes (n=16) were randomly assigned to one of two dietary treatments: 1) endophyte infected tall fescue seed (E+) and 2) endophyte-free tall fescue seed (E-). The fescue seed was delivered daily in a total mixed ration. The seed compromised 38.5% of the ration.The fescue seed was fed to simlulate the fescue toxicosis syndrome during gestation (d 35 to parturition ...
Rose LaMesjerant, an undergraduate at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, investigated difference in seed micromorphology within Oxytropis species with the support of an Alaska EPSCoR undergraduate research fellowship. Oxytropis (loco-weed, Fabaceae) are typical members of the Arctic flora and include 20 species in Alaska occurring in a wide range of habitats (e.g. forest, meadow, tundra) with some species being narrow endemics. Botanists in Alaska have long noticed a high degree of morphological variation within well-established taxa. This has resulted in taxonomic controversy and species delimitation in Oxytropis is in need of further study. This project seeks to determine differences in surface features and anatomy of seeds of ca. 13 species of Oxytropis (loco-weed, Fabaceae) that occur in Alaska. The study is based on dry herbarium specimens from the University of Alaska Museum Herbarium (ALA). Observations made using scanning electron microscopy indicate that seed surface micromorphology is ...
Voce principale: Ipomoea. Il genere Ipomoea comprende le seguenti specie: Ipomoea alba L. Ipomoea amnicola Morong - Ipomoea aquatica Ipomoea asarifolia Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. patata dolce Ipomoea cairica Sweet. Ipomoea coccinea Ipomoea cordatotriloba Ipomoea cordifolia Carey ex Voight Ipomoea costata Ipomoea costellata Torr. Ipomoea cristulata Hallier f. Ipomoea dumetorum Willd. ex Roemer & J.A.Schultes Ipomoea eggersiana Peter Ipomoea eggersii (House) D.Austin Ipomoea hederacea Jacq. Ipomoea hederifolia L. Ipomoea horsfalliae Hook.f. Ipomoea imperati (Vahl) Griseb. Ipomoea indica (Burm.f.) Merr. Ipomoea jalapa (L.) Pursh. Ipomoea krugii Urban Ipomoea lacunosa L. Ipomoea leptophylla Torr. Ipomoea lindheimeri Gray Ipomoea littoralis Blume Ipomoea lobata (Cerv.) Thell. Ipomoea longifolia Benth. Ipomoea macrorhiza Michx. Ipomoea mauritiana Jacq. Ipomoea meyeri (Spreng.) G.Don Ipomoea microdactyla Griseb. Ipomoea nil (L.) Roth Ipomoea obscura (L.) Ker Gawl. Ipomoea ochracea (Lindl.) G.Don - ...
Toxicoscordion venenosum (syn. Zigadenus venenosus) commonly called death camas or meadow deathcamas. Deathcamas or Death Camas refers to several species of flowering plant in the tribe Melanthieae. The name alludes to the great similarity of appearance between these toxic plants, which were formerly classified together in the genus Zigadenus, and the edible camases (Camassia), with which they also often share habitat. Other common names for these plants include Deadly Zigadene, Hog Potato and Mystery-grass.. Toxicoscordion venenosum (syn. Zigadenus venenosus), commonly called death camas or meadow deathcamas, is a flowering plant in the genus Toxicoscordion belonging to the Melanthiaceae. It grows up to 70 cm tall with long, basal, grass-like leaves. The bulbs are oval and look like onions but do not smell like onions. The flowers are cream coloured or white and grow in pointed clusters, flowering between April and July. Death camas occurs in some parts of western North America and can be ...
Shea, P.J., M.I. Haverty, and R.W. Hall 1984. Effectiveness of fenitrothion and permethrin for protecting ponderosa pine trees from attack by the western pine beetle. J. Georgia Entomol. Soc. 19: 427-433. ...
Boise, Idaho, is the capital and the most populous city of Idaho, located in Ada County. Recreational opportunities such as hiking and biking in the foothills north of downtown are available in Boise. The Boise River Greenbelt, an extensive urban trail system, runs along the river. Fishing, rafting, and swimming make the Boise River a common destination for visitors. This is where Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway starts its journey. The byway passes through Sawtooth Wilderness Area and No Return Wilderness Area, two of Idahos wilderness areas ...
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Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) play an important role as disturbance agents in ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex Lawson) forests of Arizona. However, from 2001 to 2003, elevated bark beetle activity caused unprecedented levels of ponderosa pine mortality. A better understanding of the population structure of these species will facilitate analysis of their dispersal patterns and improve management strategies. Here, we use fluorescently labeled amplified fragment length polymorphism (fAFLP) analysis to resolve genetic variation among and within sampling locations in northcentral Arizona of Ips pini (Say), Dendroctonus brevicomis LeConte, and D. frontalis Zimmermann. We generated genetic fingerprints for ,500 beetle specimens and analyzed genetic diversity. For all species, gene flow estimates among sampling locations were high, and significant population subdivision was not discernible across a large portion of ponderosa pine forests in Arizona. However, a weak ...
In the southwestern United States, there are currently no regeneration models for the growth and recruitment of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa C. Lawson var. scopulorum Engelm.) from seedlings to the sapling size class. The objectives of this study were to (1) develop a height-age relationship for ponderosa pine seedlings on soils derived from sedimentary parent material following a shelterwood establishment cut and (2) use the model and existing regeneration inventory data to estimate seedling and sapling recruitment rates. Ages of 80 cross sections from 19 seedlings collected on the Mollogon Rim Ranger District in northern Arizona were used to construct the model. The model generally fit well and indicated that it takes ponderosa pine seedlings approximately 20 years to reach breast height. Using regeneration inventory data from four stands used to construct the model, estimated seedling recruitment was nearly continuous during the 1st decade following an establishment cut and, in most ...
Photosynthesis is a fundamental process that trees perform over fluctuating environmental conditions. This study of red maple (Acer rubrum L.) characterizes photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, and water use efficiency in planted cultivars relative to wildtype trees. Red maple is common in cities, yet there is little understanding of how physiological processes affect the long-term growth, condition, and ecosystem services provided by urban trees. In the first year of our study, we measured leaf-level gas exchange and performed short-term temperature curves on urban planted cultivars and on suburban and rural wildtype trees. In the second year, we compared urban planted cultivars and urban wildtype trees. In the first year, urban planted trees had higher maximum rates of photosynthesis and higher overall rates of photosynthesis and stomatal conductance throughout the summer, relative to suburban or rural wildtype trees. Urban planted trees again had higher maximum rates of photosynthesis in the second
This page offers information about the Louisiana state fruit tree, the Mayhaw Fruit Tree (Crataegus aestivalis), and its adoption as the official state fruit tree.
Pfizer Launches Generic Versions of Ivomec Plus, BanaminePfzier, Merial, Merck, Alverin Plus, Ivomec Plus, Banamine, Flunixamine, generic veterinary drugsMadison, N.J.-based Pfizer Animal Health unveiled on Tuesday, June 29, 2012, Alverin Plus (ivermectin/clorsulon) and Flunixamine (flunixin meglumine), generic versions of Merials Ivomec Plus and Merck Animal Healths Banamine, respectively.Pfizer Animal Health unveiled on June 20, 2012, Alverin Plus (ivermectin/clorsulon) and Flunixamine (flunixin meglumine), generic versions of Merials Ivomec Plus and Merck Animal Healths Banamine, respectively.newslinePfizer Launches …
Depressant symptoms, which include burning abdominal pain, decreased excitabiUty, convulsions, nausea, and coma, become the general syndrome for all oral alkaloid poisoning. Discorine [3329-91-7] (15), a y-unsaturated lactone found in yams, is an alkaloid having the empirical formula C23H22O2N it has been isolated from Nigerian yams, thus estabUshing the discorine-type alkaloids as representative of the Dioscorea genus of plants (56). Seeds of Senecio contain alkaloids belonging to the pyrrolizidine group and, in addition to producing characteristic signs of alkaloid toxicity, these are suspected of being hepatic carcinogens. Ergotism is the disease caused by intoxication by one of at least twelve alkaloid derivatives of lysergic acid produced by a parasitic fungus (ergot) on grains. Myristicin (7), found in both nutmeg and mace, is a psychoactive agent that may be fatal in infants who consume as Httle as two whole nutmegs. Its toxicity resembles alcohol intoxication. [c.478] ...
Born in Pennsylvania, Emery Clifford Kolb (February 15, 1881--December 11, 1976) shared most of his early adventures with his brother, Ellsworth Leonardson Kolb (January 4, 1876--January 9, 1960), who left Pittsburgh and got a job at the Bright Angel Hotel at the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Back home, Emery had been experimenting with photography and when Ellsworth spoke of an opportunity to take pictures of the mule parties on the Bright Angel Trail, Emery went to the Canyon. In 1902, they opened a studio and began making pictures. The Canyons of the Green and Colorado Rivers had been successfully navigated by only a few parties, so, in 1911, the brothers decided to attempt the trip and successfully took the first motion pictures of the thrilling journey. Emery conducted an extensive lecture tour and in 1914, Ellsworth published the account in Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico. The film and lecture ran continuously at their Canyon studio from 1915 until Emerys death in 1976. After ...
The appearance and increase of a population of Sidalcea hirtipes (hairy-stemmed checker-mallow) in an abandoned pasture on the Oregon coast prompted research into how and why a rare plant suddenly appeared and increased its population in a once inhospitable environment. (See the NPSO Bulletin, September, 1995, for the first article on this research).. The successful biological control of Senecio jacobaea (tansy ragwort) in 1983 at a coastal pasture site in Oregon used three biological control agents: ragwort flea beetle (Longitarsus jacobaeae), cinnabar moth (Tyria jacobaeae) and ragwort seedfly (Botanophila seneciella). Following a drastic decline in tansy ragwort at this pasture site, Sidalcea hirtipes appeared in one area of the pasture. Since the appearance of S. hirtipes in the pasture in 1985, the plant population has expanded from three distinct patches to seven distinct patches. The objectives of the 1996 research included mapping new and old patches of S. hirtipes at the site; ...
By Joe Arnett. On both sides of the Cascade Mountains, blue camas (Camassia quamash) offers one of the most alluring displays of spring flowers in the Pacific Northwest. When Meriwether Lewis first surveyed this region, he noted this striking lily in stands that to his eye resembled lakes of blue water. Along with its close relative, giant blue camas (C. leichtlinii), blue camas continues to be a signature species of grassy balds in the San Juan Islands, and east of the mountains camas still forms pools of deep blue in dry grasslands that burst into colour in the flush of spring. As in many places that soon dry up, flowering happens quickly, presenting a spectacular, if ephemeral, view.. This species was the most important "garden plant" of the first people here, people who subsisted by hunting, fishing and gathering wild plants. However, obtaining camas required more than just gathering. Exceptional camas patches were weeded, periodically burned to keep them free of shrubs, and harvested by the ...
The discovery of several members of the Leguminosae family growing on a TCE contaminated site demonstrated that they have the capabilities to tolerate the TCE contamination. This led to an investigation of the plants ability to metabolize TCE. Research by Dr. Lee Newman showed that nodules from Crotalaria spectabilis grown on the site had TCE metabolites present while nodules from other legumes at the site did not. The presence of TCE metabolites within the C. spectabilis nodules suggests that the bacterial symbiont may be responsible for TCE metabolism. This led us to investigate the symbiont of C. spectabilis and its ability to metabolize TCE. Nodules from C. spectabilis grown on TCE contaminated and non-contaminated soils were used to isolate the bacterial symbiont. Some species of Crotalaria are known to host Methylobacterium nodulans and this unique symbiont may explain why only the C. spectabilis nodules metabolize TCE. However, methane and methanol enrichments from the nodules were not
Welcome to the Lens Mart Local Pages. Here you will find local resources about Acuvue Oasys in Camas, WA and some related products that may be of interest to you. For your convenience, we have also compiled a list of businesses and services around Camas, including Eyeglass Stores, Optometrists, and Ophthalmologists that should help with your search. Before you take a look at the local resources, please browse through our competitively priced products that you could order from the comfort of your own home.
GATLINBURG, Tenn. (AP) - Biologists will release two new predatory beetle species in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to battle a pest that has devastated hemlock forests.The park has been using predatory beetles that feed exclusively on hemlock woolly adelgids (uh-DEL-jidz) since 2002. Biologists hope releasing the two new species will enhance biological control of the invasive pest. Both of the species to be released come from Osaka region in Japan, which is where the adelgid
Dioxins in cigarettes, smoke, and ash were determined using gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. The total concentration of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDDs) in cigarette smoke was approximately 5.0 µ/m3 at the maximum level, whereas various cogeners from tetra-octa-chlorodibenzo-p-dioxin ( -CDD) were detected. Particularly, the total concentration of hepta-CDD cogeners was the highest among these cogeners. Mass fragmentograms of various PCDD cogeners were similar to those in flue gas samples collected from a municipal waste incinerator. The PCDD cogeners that were not present in the cigarettes were found in the smoke samples. The 2, 3, 7, 8-TCDD toxic equivalent value---an index for effects on humans-for total PCDDs in smoke was 1.81 nng/m3 using the toxic factor of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Daily intake of PCDDs by smoking 20 cigarettes was estimated to be approximately 4.3 pg. kg body/weight/day. This value was close to that of the ADIs: 1-5 pg. kg ...
Are you taking your vitamin and minerals? Did you know that in addition to preventing anemia, bone loss, neurological defects, and maintaining health post-surgery, that taking your vitamin and mineral supplements daily may help to improve your weight loss success? Epidemiological and clinical studies find that vitamin and mineral supplements are beneficial in promoting weight loss and preventing weigh gain. One large study followed weight changes of middle-aged individuals over a 10-year period of time known to be associated with weight gain. The study found a substantial reduction in weight gain over this period among individuals who took vitamin/mineral supplements. Another large population study in Quebec2 found that persons taking vitamin/mineral supplements, as compared to those who do not, are less obese, have less body fat, and a tendency toward greater energy expenditure (greater metabolic rates).. An earlier study by the author3 found that daily vitamin/mineral supplement use for a ...
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One way of describing this plant is that it looks like a larger version of the more familiar (to British botanists) version of Astragalus danicus (Purple Milk-vetch) but as is often the case when in Europe, this was a large healthy plant with flowers much bluer and more striking than Astragalus danicus.. Astragalus alpinus is a northern hemisphere species which can be found not only on alpine sites as its name suggests, but near lakes and in woodland close to or even in northern tundra. Some species of Astragalus are poisonous to domestic animals and are collectively known as Locoweed in the States but since Astragalus alpinus is actually grazed by Caribou, mountain hares and other animals of the far north there is perhaps far less of the toxic alkaloid Swainsonine present in the leaves and flowers.. ...
International Seminar on Livestock Production and Veterinary Technology is an activity that very in-line with the mandate of Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD), particularly for Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development (ICARD) in coordinating research activities in animal health and production. The Seminar provided an excellent opportunity to share the expertise and experiences, also to identify challenges and explore innovative solutions for the benefit of all conference participants. The main theme of International Seminar is "Promoting Livestock and Veterinary Technology for Sustainable Rural Livestock Development". The aims of Seminar are: (1) Provide a forum for scientific meetings as a media for exchange of information and dissemination of animal husbandry and veterinary technology innovation.; (2) Gather information on the latest results of research of animal husbandry from different research institutions and universities to improve the ...
Common Name: creeping barberry Duration: Perennial Nativity: Native Lifeform: Subshrub General: Small evergreen shrub, to 20 cm tall; stems creeping to ascending, grayish to purplish brown. Leaves: Alternate and petiolate, the petioles 3-9 cm; leaves evergreen, pinnately compound with 3-7 leaflets; leaflets thin, flexible, somewhat glaucous (blue-green waxy) on upper surface, the margins strongly wavy, with 6-24 spine-tipped teeth; terminal leaflet to 10 cm long, 1-2 times as long as wide. Flowers: Yellow, in dense racemes 3-10 cm long, with 25-50 flowers; sepals 6, yellow; petals 6, yellow. Fruits: Berries ovoid to ellipsoid, 6-10 mm long, blue, glaucous, juicy, solid. Ecology: Found in shady areas in ponderosa pine and spruce-fir forests, from 5,000-8,500 ft (1524-2591 m), flowers April-June. Distribution: w N. Amer., from British Columbia, WA, ID, MT, ND, south to NV, AZ and NM. Notes: This distinctive low-growing woody plant with holly-like leaves is common in the understory of Ponderosa ...
Not only do bees sting, but they also bite victims that are too small for stingers (ex: wax moth larva that invade the beehive and eat pollen) and paralyze them for up to nine minutes by secreting 2-heptanone into the wound. This paralysis gives the bees time to remove the invaders from the beehive. Dr. Papachristoforou and his team at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece discovered the paralyzing effects of the honeybee bite while studying wax moth larvae that invade the beehives. Their data suggest that this chemical may be an effective anesthetic for human and animal medical applications. The company that funded the project (Vita) has already patented the use of 2-heptanone as a local anesthetic. Of course clinical studies are now needed to verify the efficacy and safety of this chemical for human and veterinary anesthetic use.. Sources:. Phys.Org. Papachristoforou A, Kagiava A, Papaefthimiou C, Termentzi A, Fokialakis N, Skaltsounis A-L, Watkins M, Arnold G, Theophilidis G. The ...
Fungus Acremonium stromaticum, SEM - Stock Image C032/2959 - Science Photo Library  Fungus Acremonium stromaticum, SEM - Stock Image C032/2959 - Science Photo Library
... of Acremonium stromaticum, a hyaline hyphomycete (glassy, lightly pigmented conidial fungus) that occurs widely in nature but ... Keywords: 211168a, acremonium, allergen, allergenic, allergens, ameroconidia, ameroconidium, animal, arthritis, ascomycota, ... Caption: Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Acremonium stromaticum, a hyaline hyphomycete (glassy, lightly ...
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Production of Cephalosporin C by Acremonium chrysogenum Grown on Beet Molasses: Optimization of Process Parameters Through...  Production of Cephalosporin C by Acremonium chrysogenum Grown on Beet Molasses: Optimization of Process Parameters Through...
Production of Cephalosporin C by Acremonium chrysogenum Grown on Beet Molasses: Optimization of Process Parameters Through ... Production of cephalosporin C by Acremonium chrysogenum in semisynthetic medium. Process Biochem., 38: 263-272.. Kimmel, S.A., ... The organism used throughout this study is a new Egyptian soil Acremonium chrysogenum isolate deposited in Pasteur Institute ( ... Unraveling the methionine-cephalosporin puzzle in Acremonium chrysogenum. Trends Biotechnol., 20: 502-507.. Direct Link , Mason ...
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Mutational evidence for the role of serine-283 in Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N synthase | ScholarBank@NUS  Mutational evidence for the role of serine-283 in Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N synthase | [email protected]
A tripeptide R-X-S motif which consists of arginine-281 and serine-283 (Cephalosporium acremonium IPNS numbering) was found to ... Using site-directed mutagenesis, arginine-281 in C. acremonium IPNS (cIPNS) was earlier found to be essential for catalysis by ... Loke, P.,Sim, T.-S. (1998). Mutational evidence for the role of serine-283 in Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N ... Mutational evidence for the role of serine-283 in Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N synthase. ...
more infohttp://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/31110
The production and characterization of a new active lipase from Acremonium alcalophilum using a plant bioreactor |...  The production and characterization of a new active lipase from Acremonium alcalophilum using a plant bioreactor |...
Acremonium alcalophilum is the only known cellulolytic fungus that thrives in alkaline conditions and can be cultured readily ... We identified a lipA gene in the genome sequence of Acremonium alcalophilum, encoding a protein with a predicted lipase domain ... The genome sequence of Acremonium alcalophilum has revealed a large number of genes encoding biomass-degrading enzymes. Among ... Substrate specificity of the lipase from Acremonium alcalophilum towards p -Nitrophenol fatty acid esters with varied acyl ...
more infohttps://biotechnologyforbiofuels.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1754-6834-6-111/figures/6
DSpace at EWHA: Acredinones A and B, Voltage-Dependent Potassium Channel Inhibitors from the Sponge-Derived Fungus Acremonium...  DSpace at EWHA: Acredinones A and B, Voltage-Dependent Potassium Channel Inhibitors from the Sponge-Derived Fungus Acremonium...
Two new benzophenones, acredinones A (1) and B (2), were isolated from a marine-sponge-associated Acremonium sp. fungus. Their ... Acredinones A and B, Voltage-Dependent Potassium Channel Inhibitors from the Sponge-Derived Fungus Acremonium sp F9A015. ... Acredinones A and B, Voltage-Dependent Potassium Channel Inhibitors from the Sponge-Derived Fungus Acremonium sp F9A015 ...
more infohttp://dspace.ewha.ac.kr/handle/2015.oak/217093
Characterization of an autoinducer of penicillin biosynthesis in Penicillium chrysogenum.  Characterization of an autoinducer of penicillin biosynthesis in Penicillium chrysogenum.
Acremonium / metabolism. Biological Assay / methods. Candida / chemistry. Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid. Chromatography ... Using this bioassay, we have found an inducer substance in the conditioned culture broths of P. chrysogenum and Acremonium ...
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Canary Database: Browse by Exposure: Acremonium furcatum  Canary Database: Browse by Exposure: Acremonium furcatum
Browse by Exposure: Acremonium furcatum (1 article). % of records by year: 1965 2017 ...
more infohttp://canarydatabase.org/browse/exposure/1093402
Mycetoma Caused by Acremonium Species in a Patient with Chronic Granulomatous Disease  Mycetoma Caused by Acremonium Species in a Patient with Chronic Granulomatous Disease
... Richard Antrobus, Gabriel Wong, Julie ... A. C. Pastorino, U. P. De Menezes, H. H. D. S. Marques et al., "Acremonium kiliense infection in a child with chronic ... H. Boltansky, K. J. Kwon-Chung, A. M. Macher, and J. I. Gallin, "Acremonium strictum-related pulmonary infection in a patient ... J. Guarro, W. Gams, I. Pujol, and J. Gené, "Acremonium species: new emerging fungal opportunists-in vitro antifungal ...
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Mycetoma Caused by Acremonium Species in a Patient with Chronic Granulomatous Disease  Mycetoma Caused by Acremonium Species in a Patient with Chronic Granulomatous Disease
... Richard Antrobus, Gabriel Wong, Julie ... Richard Antrobus, Gabriel Wong, Julie Jones, and Aarnoud Huissoon, "Mycetoma Caused by Acremonium Species in a Patient with ...
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Acremonium - Wikipedia  Acremonium - Wikipedia
Acremonium acutatum Acremonium alabamense Acremonium alcalophilum Acremonium alternatum Acremonium antarcticum Acremonium apii ... Acremonium arxii Acremonium atrogriseum Acremonium bacillisporum Acremonium bactrocephalum Acremonium biseptum Acremonium ... blochii Acremonium borodinense Acremonium brachypenium Acremonium breve Acremonium brunnescens Acremonium byssoides Acremonium ... Acremonium curvulum Acremonium cymosum Acremonium dichromosporum Acremonium diospyri Acremonium domschii Acremonium egyptiacum ...
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Acremonium strictum - Wikipedia  Acremonium strictum - Wikipedia
Cases involving different species of Acremonium are often reported as simply as an Acremonium species, which reduces the amount ... Acremonium strictum grows readily at 30 °C on glucose peptone agar, showing mycelium of approximately 50mm in size in 7 days. ... The genus Acremonium is a large polyphyletic genus of approximately 150 species, many of which are derived from a closely ... In Maclura cochinchinensis, Acremonium strictum acts as an endophytic fungi that infects primarily the leaves of the plant. In ...
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Microorganisms | Free Full-Text | The Protean Acremonium. A. sclerotigenum/egyptiacum: Revision, Food Contaminant, and Human...  Microorganisms | Free Full-Text | The Protean Acremonium. A. sclerotigenum/egyptiacum: Revision, Food Contaminant, and Human...
Parasarocladium for the Acremonium radiatum complex and Kiflimonium for the Acremonium curvulum complex. ... The recently designated type species of the genus Acremonium, A. alternatum, is known only from a single isolate, but it is the ... the definitive match of the historical concept of Acremonium: a pale orange or dull greenish-coloured monophialidic hyphomycete ... Acremonium is known to be regularly isolated from food and also to be a cause of human disease. Herein, we resolve some sources ...
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Fatal disseminated Acremonium strictum infection in a preterm newborn: a very rare cause of neonatal septicaemia.  Fatal disseminated Acremonium strictum infection in a preterm newborn: a very rare cause of neonatal septicaemia.
Species of the genus Acremonium (Cephalosporium) are opportunistic micro-organisms that are environmentally widespread ... Acremonium / isolation & purification*. Fatal Outcome. Female. Fungemia / microbiology*. Humans. Infant, Newborn. Infant, ... A preterm infant with Acremonium strictum fungaemia is reported here. The patient was born at 27 weeks gestation and weighed ... Species of the genus Acremonium (Cephalosporium) are opportunistic micro-organisms that are environmentally widespread ...
more infohttp://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Fatal-disseminated-Acremonium-strictum-infection/12909663.html
Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation | Studies of the fungal endophyte Acremonium coenophialum in tall fescue | ID: 9p290c550 |...  Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation | Studies of the fungal endophyte Acremonium coenophialum in tall fescue | ID: 9p290c550 |...
Acremonium coenophialum was isolated from excised roots of EI seedlings grown on diverse agar media and from sterile coarse ... Tall fescue is thought to have co-evolved with the fungal endophyte Acremonium coenophialum to form a mutualistic relationship ... Studies of the fungal endophyte Acremonium coenophialum in tall fescue Public Deposited ...
more infohttps://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/concern/graduate_thesis_or_dissertations/9p290c550?locale=en
76810A - Acremonium kiliense IgE - Viracor Eurofins  76810A - Acremonium kiliense IgE - Viracor Eurofins
Your trusted lab partner for Acremonium kiliense IgE testing, Viracor Eurofins delivers your results faster, when it matters ...
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Mutational analysis of tyrosine-191 in the catalysis of Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N synthase | ScholarBank@NUS  Mutational analysis of tyrosine-191 in the catalysis of Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N synthase | [email protected]
Loke, P.,Sim, T.-W. (2000). Mutational analysis of tyrosine-191 in the catalysis of Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N ... Mutational analysis of tyrosine-191 in the catalysis of Cephalosporium acremonium isopenicillin N synthase. ...
more infohttp://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/31059
Why Should I Test for Sewage Contamination? | Acremonium  Why Should I Test for Sewage Contamination? | Acremonium
Fungus of the Month: Acremonium species. By Dr. Srivandana Kilambi. Acremonium, a filamentous and delicate deuteromycete (fungi ... 1: Microscopic photo of an Acremonium species.. Microscopic features of Acremonium include fine, hyaline hyphae, long awl ... Acremonium is often found growing with Stachybotrys and, similar to Stachybotrys, the spores of this fungus are produced in a ... Acremonium has a high water affinity (Aw 0.90-0.98) and is often isolated from cooling coils, drain pans, window seals, and ...
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Cyclosporin C Is the Main Antifungal Compound Produced by Acremonium Luzulae - Moussaif M.  Cyclosporin C Is the Main Antifungal Compound Produced by Acremonium Luzulae - Moussaif M.
en] A strain of Acremonium luzulae (Fuckel) W. Gams was selected in screening new microorganisms for biological control of ... Reference : Cyclosporin C Is the Main Antifungal Compound Produced by Acremonium Luzulae. ...
more infohttps://orbi.uliege.be/handle/2268/6165
Application of bacterins and yeast Acremonium dyosporii to protect the larvae of Macrobrachium rosenbergii from vibriosis  Application of bacterins and yeast Acremonium dyosporii to protect the larvae of Macrobrachium rosenbergii from vibriosis
... Show ... Application of bacterins and yeast Acremonium dyosporii to protect the larvae of Macrobrachium rosenbergii from vibriosis. ... Application of bacterins and yeast Acremonium dyosporii to protect the larvae of Macrobrachium rosenbergii from vibriosis. ...
more infohttps://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/xmlui/handle/purl/728
Veterinary World: Intestinal microbial ecology and hematological parameters of broiler fed cassava waste pulp fermented with...  Veterinary World: Intestinal microbial ecology and hematological parameters of broiler fed cassava waste pulp fermented with...
9. Intestinal microbial ecology and hematological parameters of broiler fed cassava waste pulp fermented with Acremonium ... Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of feeding Acremonium charticola-fermented cassava pulp (AC-FCP) on the ... Keywords: Acremonium charticola, broiler, fermented cassava pulp, hematological profile, intestinal microbial ecosystem, ... Intestinal microbial ecology and hematological parameters of broiler fed cassava waste pulp fermented with Acremonium ...
more infohttp://editorveterinaryworld.blogspot.in/2017/03/intestinal-microbial-ecology-and.html
  • en] A strain of Acremonium luzulae (Fuckel) W. Gams was selected in screening new microorganisms for biological control of fruit postharvest diseases, especially gray and blue mold diseases on apples and strawberries. (uliege.be)
  • The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of feeding Acremonium charticola -fermented cassava pulp (AC-FCP) on the intestinal microbial ecology and hematological indices of broiler chickens. (blogspot.in)