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  1. Phylogenetic diversity of stress signalling pathways in fungi
    The fungi displayed significant variation in their resistance to osmotic NaCl and sorbitol Raymond M The bZip Brul S Molina M Klis FM Cell wall perturbation in yeast results in dual phosphorylation of the Slt2/Mpk1 MAP kinase and in an Slt2-mediated increase in FKS2-lacZ expression glucanase resistance and thermotolerance...
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  2. List of botanists by author abbreviation A
    This is an incomplete list of botanists by their author abbreviation which is designed for citation with the botanical names or works that they have published This list follows that established by Brummitt Powell 1992 Use of that list is recommended by Rec 46A Note 1 of the International Code of Nomenclature for algae fungi and plantsThe list is kept up to date online at The...
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  3. Mechanisms of Insecticidal Action of Metarhizium
    Pine wilt disease caused by Bursaphelenchus xylophilus pine wood nematode leads to severe environmental and economic damage Here we report the results of experiments on the biological control of pine wilt disease through termination of the insect vector of the nematode and the mechanism of the insecticidal action of Metarhizium anisopliae JEF-279 against Monochamus alternatus Japanese...
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  4. The bZIP Transcription Factor MoAP1 Mediates the Oxidative
    Feb 24 2011 0183 32 Author Summary Magnaporthe oryzae is a causal agent of rice blast disease and an important model for understanding of fungal development and pathogenicity To examine the molecular mechanisms involved in conidium formation and appressorium development of M oryzae we identified the transcriptional factor MoAP1 as a regulator of the oxidative stress response...
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  5. Candida Laboratories
    The Candida Labs Page is a list of laboratories working on Candida around the world Candida colleagues are invited to enter their colleague information into CGD using the Colleague Submission/Update FormThe page displays contact information links to web pages gene names and keywords as provided by Candida colleagu...
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  6. Type II Ice
    In addition although the DUF3494-containing type I IBP group is presumed to have been obtained from either bacteria or fungi via HGT Sorhannus 2011 Raymond and Kim 2012 the origin of the type II IBP group CmIBPs and CCMP681 IBPs remains unclear Molino et al 2018 However it was necessary to confirm whether the CmIBPs are...
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  7. An Ustilago maydis Gene Involved in H2O2 Detoxification Is
    The fungus Ustilago maydis is a biotrophic pathogen of maize Zea mays In its genome we have identified an ortholog of YAP1 for Yeast AP-1-like from Saccharomyces cerevisae that regulates the oxidative stress response in this organism yap1 mutants of U maydis displayed higher sensitivity to H2O2 than wild-type cells and their virulence was significantly reduced...
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    At the top of your Opera window near the web address you should see a gray location pinClick it In the window that pops up click Clear This Setting You re good to go Reload this Yelp...
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  9. rOpenSci rOpenSci Packages
    Description Tools to help download process and analyse the UK road collision data collected using the STATS19 form The data are provided as CSV files with detailed road safety data about the circumstances of car crashes and other incidents on the roads resulting in casualties in Great Britain from 1979 the types including make and model of vehicles involved and the consequential casualti...
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  10. Insects Free Full
    The fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda a moth originating from the American continent has recently invaded most African countries where it is seriously threatening food security as a pest of cereals The current management methods rely heavily on the use of synthetic insecticides but there is a need for more sustainable control methods including biological control...
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  11. Phylogenetic diversity of stress signalling pathways in fungi
    Feb 21 2009 0183 32 Phylogenetic relationships A preliminary objective was to reconfirm the phylogenetic relationships of the fungi under analysis Methods Encephalitozoon cuniculi was selected as outgroup for the reconstruction of the phylogenetic tree Figure 1 As expected the fifteen ascomycetes examined were separated into three well-resolved groups the Saccharomycotina 7 genera 99 bootstrap...
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  12. Team Toulouse/Acknowledgements/Attributions
    Fungi specialists We are grateful to Christophe Roux who gave us two non-pathogenic strains of fungi Aspergillus brasiliensis Trichoderma reesei Aspergillus nidulans and Chaetomium globusum We used them to test our SubtiTree system We deeply thank Sylvain Raffaele and Marielle Barascud for their ENORMOUS help at the end of the project...
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  14. A novel broadly applicable approach to isolation of fungi
    Sabouraud dextrose agar SDA originally defined by Raymond Sabouraud in the late 1800s remains the medium of choice for the isolation of fungi Odds 1991 Sandven and Lassen 1999 Sabouraud s formula a basic glucose and peptone formulation adjusted to a pH of 56 uses the lower pH as the inhibitory growth factor for bacteria...
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  15. Development of Transgenic Fungi That Kill Human Malaria
    Feb 25 2011 0183 32 Raymond J St Leger 1 1 Department of Entomology University of Maryland 4112 Plant Sciences Building College Park MD 20742 USA 2 Malaria Research Institute Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Johns Hopkins School of Public Health 615 North Wolfe Street E5132 Baltimore MD 21205 USA...
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  16. Fungal and Pathogenesis
    INTRODUCTION Fungi first appeared approximately 15 billion years ago 102 103 and were among the earliest organisms domesticated by humansThere are approximately 15 million fungal species known of which fewer than 100 are associated with human disease...
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  17. First Assessment of Genetic Variation Among Morchella
    Mar 23 2005 0183 32 Long-term population studies of other choice edible fungi are currently under way in Europe black truffles Bertault et al 1998 2001 and in the Pacific Northwest chanterelles Dunham et al 2003 and will provide important comparative results allowing us to more effectively identify the characteristics of fungal species susceptible to...
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  18. Ana C Vallor PhD Directory University of the
    Russell Raymond PhD David E Starkey PhD Scott Smith PhD 2018 Metabolization of natural antioxidants osajin and pomiferin by fungi and yeast Stephen Luis MS in Biology student in progress Chair Bocanegra R Molina D Olivo M Graybill JR Patterson TF Assessment of Serum 1 3-b-D-glucan as a Measure of Disease Burden in a...
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  19. Quercus wislizeni
    Fire scars can be ports of entry for heart-rot fungi To date 2011 however little research had been conducted on the relationships between fire oaks and heart-rot fungi 165 Postfire recovery A qualitative study on the Los Padres National Forest found interior live oak sprouted from the root crown after the Marble-Cone Wildfire of...
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  20. Development of a Method for the Determination of Fusarium
    M Alcaide-Molina J Ruiz-Jiménez JM Mata-Granados MD Luque de Castro High through-put aflatoxin determination in plant material by automated solid-phase extraction on-line coupled to laser-induced fluorescence screening and determination by liquid...
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  21. Postharvest suppression of potato dry rot Fusarium
    Arbuscular mycorrhizae AM have been shown to increase plant resistance to root-rotting pathogens This study was conducted to determine whether a commercial peat-based medium containing the AM fungusGlomus intraradix Schenck Smith could influence postharvest progression of tuber dry rot in prenuclear minitubers of potato Solanum tuberosum...
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  22. CalPhotos Animals
    Aug 26 2009 0183 32 Location Free text description Example Yosemite Continent...
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  23. Fungal iron homeostasis with a focus on Aspergillus
    Jan 01 2021 0183 32 1 Introduction Pathogenic fungi have a tremendous impact on humans animals plants and ecosystem 1 2 Plant pathogenic fungi impact global economy eg a third of all cultivated food crops is destroyed by plant pathogenic fungi annually The majority of fungal infections in humans affect skin or mucosa which is consequently not life-threatening however a considerable portion of...
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  24. The Evolution of a Perspective from the Fungal
    The recent Fungal Tree of Life project supports the Chytridiomycota and Zygomycota as early-diverged fungi 124 177 although the two lineages are not monophyletic 122 282 Animals and fungi evolved from a single-celled and flagellate ancestor from which the choanoflagellate outgroup to the metazoans also descends Interestingly chytrids also conserve the opisthokont-related flagella...
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  25. PDF Production of Hydrophobins from fungi
    21 Raymond J St Leger RC Staples DW Roberts Cloning and regulatory analysis of starvation-stress gene ssgA encoding a Hydrophobin-like protein from the...
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  26. Fungal and Pathogenesis
    Even in fungi the need to maintain two mating partners reduces fitness 265 266 However emerged early in evolution and most eukaryotes undergo a sexual cycle 176 187 The benefits of including recombination and adaptation therefore greatly outweigh the efficiencies of mitotic reproduction 13...
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  27. Tyrosinase Sources Structure and Applications
    May 18 2017 0183 32 Tyrosinase is the natural enzymes that can be obtained from the multiple sources like bacteria fungi plants and mammals and can only purified to a very low degree Different microbial strains were reported for efficient tyrosinases production like Streptomyces glaucescens Agaricus bisporus and Neurospora crassa...
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  28. Metal and organic pollutants bioremediation by
    Jan 15 2020 0183 32 Extremophile fungi such as black yeasts can be adapted to different levels of environmental stress and can tolerate ranges of pH temperature and xenobiotic compounds for potential application in the bioremediation of polluted environments Blasi et al 2016 making the treatment of industrial wastes by extremophiles a versatile approach that...
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  29. Raymond J Andersen s research works University of
    Raymond J Andersen s 487 research works with 14 140 citations and 7 063 reads including Extracts Prepared from a Canadian Toxic Plant Induce Light-Dependent Perinuclear Vacuoles in Human Cells...
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  30. Development of Transgenic Fungi That Kill Human Malaria
    Feb 25 2011 0183 32 Metarhizium anisopliae infects mosquitoes through the cuticle and proliferates in the hemolymph To allow M anisopliae to combat malaria in mosquitoes with advanced malaria infections we produced recombinant strains expressing molecules that target sporozoites as they travel through the hemolymph to the salivary glands Eleven days after a Plasmodium -infected blood meal mosquitoes...
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