Fusarium solani

Fusarium solani

[fyü′za·rē·əm sō′lan·ē]
(mycology)
A pathogenic fungus implicated in root rot and wilt diseases of several plants, including sisal and squash.
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Karahanaenone (42) was fermented with Rhizoctonia solani to yield (-)-(S)-karahanaenol (43), while fermentation with Fusarium solani afforded (-MR)-karahanaenol (264) (Miyazawa et al.
Fusarium solani, a pathogenic plant fungus causes root rots, which results in considerably economical losses in many important crops [23], has a beneficial importance in degrading cellulosic materials in biomass.
A rabbit model for Fusarium solani keratitis found a better clinical score and a reduction in fungal load after seven days of infection in the CXL group compared to the control group that did not have treatment.
One such experiment utilized shrimp to see if ozone had any effect on the shrimp pathogens vibrio and Fusarium solani.
Etude comparative de la germination des chlamydospores de Fusarium oxysporum et Fusarium solani au contact de sols resistants et sensibles aux fusarioses vasculaires.
The fungal pathogen fusarium solani was the organism responsible for last year's worldwide outbreak of eye infections that resulted in a voluntary recall of a leading brand of contact lens disinfectant solution.
The fungal strains that were used in this study were Aspergillus nige (PTCC 5154), Fusarium solani (PTCC 5006) and Alternaria alternaria (PTCC 5297).
In this study, we report the production of rohitukine and its subsequent attenuation by endophytic fungi, Fusarium oxysporum (MTCC-11383), Fusarium oxysporum (MTCC-11384) and Fusarium solani (MTCC-11385), all isolated from D.
Primary pulmonary involvement of Fusarium solani in a lung transplant recipient.
Onychomycosis as a possible origin of disseminated Fusarium solani infection in a patient with severe aplastic anemia.
0 secreted by filamentous fungi were observed in Aspergillus dimorphicus UFLA671, Penicillium fellutanum UFLA309 and Fusarium solani UFLA359, with 20.
Known as TARS-PT03-1, this line offers a new source of resistance to soilborne fungi that cause root rot, including Fusarium solani, Rhizoctonia solani, and Pythium species.