Alternaria longissima sp. nov.

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Commonwealth Mycological Institute , Kew
Alternaria longis
Statementby F. C. Deighton and Q. D. MacGarvie.
SeriesMycological papers, no. 113, Mycological papers ;, no. 113.
ContributionsMacGarvie, Q. D., joint author.
LC ClassificationsQK625.M74 D4
The Physical Object
Pagination[1], 15 p.
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Open LibraryOL4600965M
LC Control Number77363902

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Deighton, F.C. Alternaria longissima sp. nov. Kew, Commonwealth Mycological Institute, (OCoLC) Alternaria Alternaria longissima sp. nov. book Deighton & MacGarvie, Mycological Papers 10 () [MB#]. Taxonomy - Alternaria longissima (SPECIES)))) Format.

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Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: Scientific name i: Alternaria longissima: Taxonomy navigation › Alternaria. Terminal (leaf) node. Common name i-Synonym i-Rank i. Alternaria sesami, A. sesamicola, A. tenuis, and A. longissima were detected in Korean seed samples of Sesamum indicum L.A.

sesamicola was the predominant species, seed infection in some samples ranging between 30 and 68%.A. sesami and A. longissima were recorded only in low percentages of 1– Detailed descriptions are given on the habit characters of the four species and Cited by: Alternaria is a genus of ascomycete fungi.

Alternaria species are known as major plant are also common allergens in humans, growing indoors and causing hay fever or hypersensitivity reactions that sometimes lead to readily cause opportunistic infections in immunocompromised people such as AIDS patients.

There are species in the genus; they are Class: Dothideomycetes. Alternaria solani-nigrii sp. nov. producing, single, micronematous conidiophores is also comparable with A. limicola, A. hesperidearum, A.

hawaiiensis, A. heli­ anthificiens (Simmon, ), A. sapindi Rajderkar (Rao ), A. longissima Deighton and Mac Garvie and A. carthami Chowdhury (Ellis ) on this basis, among these fungi A. Alternaria is a ubiquitous fungal genus that includes saprobic, endophytic and pathogenic species associated with a wide variety of substrates.

In recent years, DNA-based studies revealed multiple non-monophyletic genera within the Alternaria complex, and Alternaria species clades that do not always correlate to species-groups based on morphological characteristics. Prathoda longissima (Deighton & MacGarvie) E.G.

Simmons, CBS Biodiversity Series 6: () [MB#]. Alternaria sp. Alternaria sp. 22 SK Alternaria sp. Alternaria sp. 23 SK Alternaria sp. 24 SK Alternaria sp. 25 SK Alternaria sp.

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62 in this book, bacteria, and nematodes. These. Alternaria is a ubiquitous genus spoiling crops and causing plant diseases. Alternaria mycotoxins are present in a diverse range of food products. The taxonomy of small-spored Alternaria is under revision.

New Alternaria metabolites of unknown toxicity have been found in foods. New analytical methods based on HPLC–MS/MS have been developed in recent years.

Nucleotide (GenBank): AF Alternaria longissima strain ATCC small subunit ribosomal RNA Permits: These permits may be required for shipping this product: USDA APHIS PPQ Permitplant pathogens permit must be obtained and a copy of the permit must be sent to ATCC in advance of shipment.

Isolation information for this item is. Other Alternaria-like species reported on rice [Oryza sativa] by Agarwal et al.

(), Alternaria longissima [Prathoda longissima] (fide Simmons, ) and Alternaria tenuis [Alternaria alternata](fide Ellis, ), produce much longer, narrow conidia and much smaller, beakless conidia (Ellis, ; Mathur and Kongsdal, ).

We isolated anAlternaria species from brown leaf spots of Japanese butterbur in Kanuma city, Tochigi Prefecture in Augustand in Akagi village, Gunma Prefecture in June The isolated fungus formed irregularly shaped colonies with yellow-brown pigment on potato sucrose agar (PSA) and potato dextrose agar (PDA).

When Japanese butterbur leaf was inoculated with small fragments of. A. longissima is an atypical Alternaria that is not closely related to Alternaria, Ulocladium,orStemphylium.

Future rDNA analyses of additional typical and}or atypical Alternaria species will undoubtedly help resolve the taxonomic status of Alternaria and related genera, and will help facilitate accurate definition}differentiation of Alternaria. Alternaria Fungi Classifications, Characteristics and Pathogenesis.

Alternaria is a large genus that belongs to phylum Ascomycota (Sac fungi). A majority of Alternaria species are saprobic, which means that they are largely involved in the decomposition of various organic matter. Alternaria helianthi was not recovered from any of the sunflower lesions or seeds, with only Alternaria alternata retrieved from the symptomatic tissue.

longissima Deighton and Ma cGarvey. Alternaria Nees, System der Pilze und Schwämme: 72 () [MB#]. Alternaria molds can grow at a wide range of ambient temperatures (1 – 35°C) and pH levels ( – 10).

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However, growth rates are highest in temperature ranges (20 – 25°C). Alternaria molds grow rapidly and can reach maturity in a period of just 5 days. Just like any other mold, Alternaria thrives in.

Multiple Epoxide Hydrolases in Alternaria alternata f. lycopersici and Their Relationship to Medium Composition and Host-Specific Toxin Production. Applied and. Hirsutella vermicola sp. nov., a new species parasitizing bacteria-feeding nematodes.

Fungal Diversity The phylogeny of nematode-endoparasitic Hirsutella species was studied based on. Alternaria capsicicola sp. nov., a new species causing leaf spot of pepper (Capsicum annuum) in Malaysia Article (PDF Available) in Mycological Progress 14(8) May with Reads.

Present status of Alternaria tenuissima (Fr.) wiltshire, casual agent of leaf blight of groundnut (Arachis hypogea L.).

Thesis, University of Agriculture Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka, India. Ponnappa, K.M., Leaf blight of onions (Allium cepa L.) caused by Alternaria cepulae Ponnappa and Deshpande sp. nov. Comparative morphology.

Alternaria yunnanensis sp. nov., a New Alternaria Species Causing Foliage Spot of Rubber Tree in China. Mycobiology: Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. The genus Alternaria contains several species of melanized hyphomycetes that cause opportunistic human infections. The published literature contains reported cases of human alternarioses between and the present day.

The most frequent clinical manifestations are cutaneous and subcutaneous infections (%), followed by oculomycosis (%), invasive and non-invasive rhinosinusitis ( Alternaria alternata has many different hosts depending on its forma specialis.

In this review, only Alternaria alternata f. lycopersici (AAL) is going to be assessed. This pathogen infects only certain cultivars of tomato plants and is often referred to as Alternaria stem canker of tomato. AAL's main symptom is cankers in the stem. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

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Alternaria alternata (Fr.) Keissl., Beihefte zum Botanischen Centralblatt () [MB#]. moniliforme, Alternaria sp., Helminthosporium sp. and Curvularia sp. were found associated with the seeds of different varieties of rice. There was a variation in percentage occurrence of different fungal species in seeds of different varieties of rice (Fig.

Earlier workers have reported Pyricularia oryzae, Alternaria alternata, A. References Top of page. Abdul Rehman, Kishwar Sultana, Nisar Minhas, Muhammad Gulfraz, Raja GK, Zahid Anwar, Study of most prevalent wheat seed-borne mycoflora and its effect on seed nutritional value.

Distribution References. Bagherabadi S, Zafari D, Soleimani M J, First report of leaf spot of strawberry caused by Alternaria tenuissima in Iran.CLB44 was then identified as Alternaria longissima based on morphological and internal transcribed spacer (ITS) intervening S rRNA gene sequence analysis.

ITS2 RNA secondary structure analysis was carried out using mfold server with temperature 37 °C, and anti-infective potential was determined by MIC and disk diffusion methods.