white rot


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white rot

A type of decay in wood caused by a fungus that leaves a white residue.
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Four species of wood-decay fungi were used, including three white rot fungi and one brown rot fungus, obtained from pure cultures of the Department of Plant Pathology, Federal University of Lavras, which were codified with specific names as described in Table 2.
Improving the nutritive value of madake bamboo, phyllostachys bambusoides, for ruminants by culturing the white rot fungus Ceriporiopsis subvermispora.
Beside known problems of using chemical control of white rot in beans such human health concerns, environmental pollution, and development of resistant isolates, most exporting regulation restrict using chemical pesticides for controlling white rot of snap beans.
Isolation, Identification and phylogenetic analysisa of white rot fungus and heterologus expression of gene encoding laccase.
2) is blue copper dependent oxidases which is a main ligninolytic enzyme produced by white rot fungus.
Most importantly, remember crop rotation as diseases such as onion white rot can build up in the soil - so choose a different site each year.
Vertical distribution of sclerotia of Sclerotium cepivorum and host root systems relative to white rot of onion and garlic.
Combinations of bacteria substantially degrade plastic bags in mere months, space station rubber has been degraded by molds into digestible compounds, species of yeasts, bacteria, algae and lichens have been found growing on synthetic polymer artifacts in museums and at archaeological sites, and even phenol-formaldehyde is degraded by the white rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium.
1995) basidiomycetes have some capacity to produce both the oxidative and hydrolytic enzymes to degrade ligncellulosic susbtrates and most white rot fungi produce these enzymes in order to provide their adaptation to the extremely rich in lignocelluloses.
MnP seem to be most extensive among white rot fungi than lignin-peroxidase [3] manganese peroxidase (MnP) oxidizes Mn2+ to Mn3+, which turn the structure of phenolic to phenoxyl radicals [4].
PETER STAPLETON, BY EMAIL ATHERE'S a serious onion disease called onion white rot but it usually affects the crop long before lifting.