Sample records for 真菌 (fungi)

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Toxigenic Aspergillus and Penicillium Isolates from Weevil-Damaged Chestnuts

Wells, John M.; Payne, Jerry A.

Aspergillus and Penicillium were among the most common genera of fungi isolated on malt-salt agar from weevil-damaged Chinese chestnut kernels (16.8 and 40.7% occurrence, respectively). Chloroform extracts of 21 of 50 Aspergillus isolates and 18 of 50 representative Penicillium isolates, grown for 4...

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The Marine biology of the South China Sea : proceedings of the First International Conference on the Marine Biology of Hong Kong and the South China Sea, Hong Kong 28 October - 3 November 1990

International Conference on the Marine Biology of Hong Kong and the South China Sea (1st : 1990 : Hong Kong)

This is a collection of about 50 papers presented at the First International Conference on the Marine Biology of Hong Kong and South China Sea held at the University of Hong Kong in October 1990. The topics covered are fisheries (including mariculture), conservation, pollution, marine fouling and ec...

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Main effects, epistasis, and environmental interactions of quantitative trait loci for Fusarium head blight resistance in a recombinant inbred population.

Ma, H.X.; Bai, G.H.; Zhang, X.; Lu, W.Z.; USDA, ARS

Chinese Spring Sumai 3 chromosome 7A disomic substitution line (CS-SM3-7ADS) is highly resistant to Fusarium head blight (FHB), and an F7 population of recombinant inbred lines derived from the cross CSSM3- 7ADS x Annong 8455 was evaluated for resistance to FHB to investigate main effects, epistasis...

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Deletion of a Chromosome Arm Altered Wheat Resistance to Fusarium Head Blight and Deoxynivalenol Accumulation in Chinese Spring.

Ma, H.X.; Bai, G.H.; Gill, B.S.; Hart, L.P.; USDA, ARS

Fusarium head blight (FHB), caused by Fusarium graminearum Schwabe, is an important disease of wheat worldwide. Production of deoxynivalenol (DON) in infected wheat grain by F. graminearum is a major safety concern when considering use of the grain as feed for livestock or for human consumption. Det...

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Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi infection in desert riparian forest and its environmental implications: A case study in the lower reach of Tarim River

Yang, Yuhai; Chen, Yaning; Li, Weihong

This study was conducted on the desert riparian forest along the lower reach of the inland Tarim River, which is located in the arid region of Northwest China. Fifteen plant species in 10 families were collected from five monitoring sections, and examined for the infection ofarbuscular mycorrhizal f...

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A potential antioxidant resource: Endophytic fungi from medicinal plants

Huang, WY; Cai, YZ; Xing, J; Corke, H; Sun, M

Medicinal plants and their endophytes are important resources for discovery of natural products. Several previous studies have found a positive correlation between total antioxidant capacity (TAC) and total phenolic content (TPC) of many medicinal plant extracts. However, no information is available...

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Yang Xiaotong; 楊曉彤

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Huang, Wuyang; 黃午陽

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