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Pythium subutonaiense, A New Aquatic Oomycete from Southern China Based on Morphological and Molecular Characters

Chen JJ, Zheng XB

A new species, Pythium subutonaiense, isolated from aquatic environments (lake) in China is being described based on morphological characters and molecular evidence. The isolates grew at temperatures between 5 °C...
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Phytopythium and Pythium Species (Oomycota) Isolated from Freshwater Environments of Korea

Nam B, Choi YJ

Oomycetes are widely distributed in various environments, including desert and polar regions. Depending upon different habits and hosts, they have evolved with both saprophytic and pathogenic nutritional modes. Freshwater ecosystem...
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Characterization of Achlya americana and A. bisexualis (Saprolegniales, Oomycota) Isolated from Freshwater Environments in Korea

Choi YJ, Lee SH, Nguyen TT, Nam B, Lee HB

Many members of the Saprolegniales (Oomycete) cause mycoses and disorders of fishes, of which Achlya and Saprolegnia are most ubiquitous genera worldwide. During a survey of the diversity of freshwater...
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Saprolegnia parasitica Isolated from Rainbow Trout in Korea: Characterization, Anti-Saprolegnia Activity and Host Pathogen Interaction in Zebrafish Disease Model

Shin S, Kulatunga , Dananjaya , Nikapitiya C, Lee J, De Zoysa M

Saprolegniasis is one of the most devastating oomycete diseases in freshwater fish which is caused by species in the genus Saprolegnia including Saprolegnia parasitica. In this study, we isolated the...
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Taxonomy and Phylogeny of Peronospora Species (Oomycota) Parasitic to Stellaria and Pseudostellaria in Korea, with the Introduction of Peronospora casparyi sp. nov.

Lee JS, Shin HD, Lee HB, Choi YJ

The genus Peronospora, an obligate biotrophic group belonging to Oomycota, causes serious damage to a variety of wild and ornamental plants, as well as cultivated crops, such as beet, rose,...
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Efficacy of Chaetomium Species as Biological Control Agents against Phytophthora nicotianae Root Rot in Citrus

Hung PM, Wattanachai P, Kasem S, Poeaim S

Thailand is one of the largest citrus producers in Southeast Asia. Pathogenic infection by Phytophthora, however, has become one of major impediments to production. This study identified a pathogenic oomycete...
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In Silico Sequence Analysis Reveals New Characteristics of Fungal NADPH Oxidase Genes

Detry N, Choi J, Kuo HC, Asiegbu FO, Lee YH

NADPH oxidases (Noxes), transmembrane proteins found in most eukaryotic species, generate reactive oxygen species and are thereby involved in essential biological processes. However, the fact that genes encoding ferric reductases...
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Variation of Soil Mycoflora in Decomposition of Rice Stubble from Rice-wheat Cropping System

Vibha , Sinha A

  • KMID: 2312529
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2007 Dec;35(4):191-195.
The colonization pattern and extent of decay produced in paddy stubble by soil inhabiting mycoflora were done by using nylon net bag technique. Among the three methods used for isolation...
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Effects of Some Amino Acids on Ammonia Secretion and Extracellular Protease Activity by Three Oomycetes in Synthetic Medium with or without Glucose

Ali EH

The effects of different concentrations of three amino acids as carbon and or nitrogen sources on mycelial dry weights, changes in pH values of synthetic medium, ammonia secretion and extracellular...
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Biological Control of Pythium Damping-off of Bush Okra Using Rhizosphere Strains of Pseudomonas fluorescens

Abdelzaher HMA, Imam MM, Shoulkamy , Gherbawy Y

  • KMID: 2312439
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2004 Sep;32(3):139-147.
A severe damping-off disease of bush okra caused by Pythium aphanidermatum, was diagnosed in plastic houses in Der Attia village, 15 km southwest of El-Minia city, Egypt, during the winter...
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Response of Achlya racemosa, A. proliferoides and Saprolegnia furcata to Sub-lethal Treatments of Amino Acids

Ali EH

  • KMID: 2312405
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2003 Jun;31(2):86-94.
The effect of four sub-lethal concentrations (400, 800, 1,200 and 1,600 microg/ml) of three amino acids such as isoluecine, aspartic acid and phenylalanine on vegetative growth and sexual and asexual...
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Occurrence of Zoosporic Organisms in the Western Region of Saudi Arabia

El-Nagda M

  • KMID: 2312332
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2000 Dec;28(4):193-196.
Thirty-eight species in addition to 2 varieties (3 unidentified) of zoosporic organisms belonging to 14 genera of Oomycetes and 3 genera of Chytridiomycetes were recovered from 50 soil samples randomly...
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