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Hypocrea/Trichoderma:species with green ascospores

Hypocrea/Trichoderma:species with green ascospores

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We describe or redescribe species of Hypocrea/Trichoderma (Ascomycetes, Hypocreales) having hyaline ascospores and pachybasium-like conidiophores. Teleomorphs are reported for Trichoderma minutisporum (Hypocrea minutispora sp. nov.) and T. polysporum (H. pachybasioides).Hypocrea pilulifera/T. piluliferum is derma croceum is synonymized with T. polysporum. At present 75 species of Hypocrea have been identified in temperate en green-spored species and their Trichoderma asexual states are here described in ive searches for Hypocrea teleomorphs in 14 European countries, with emphasis on Central Europe, yielded more than specimens within five years.. Cultures were prepared from ascospores and used to study .

Druzhinina IS (b). Hypocrea rufa/Trichoderma viride: a reassessment, and description of five closely related species with and without warted conidia. Druzhinina IS (a). Three European species of Hypocrea with reddish brown stromata and green ascospores. (). Ecology of Trichoderma. Project Methods Fresh specimens of Hypocrea and Trichoderma will be collected by the SY from around the world especially the sexual state from which ascospore isolates produce the Trichoderma state in culture. The morphology of both sexual and asexual states will be characterized using an image analysis system. All descriptive and potentially diagnostic structures are measured.

Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Hypocrea. species discussed in the present paper cannot be placed into any of the aggregate species defined by Rifai (), although they bear some similarity to. T. hamatum-aggr., or to species included in. Trichoderma. sect. Pachybasium. Bissett (Bissett, b) or section. Trichoderma (Bissett, a). The anamorph of.


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Hypocrea/Trichoderma:species with green ascospores Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stromata of Trichoderma species having green ascospores were collected in various regions of China. Based on morphology of the sexual and asexual morph, culture characteristics, and sequence analyses of rpb2 and tef1 genes, 17 species with green ascospores were identified.

Among them, Trichoderma rosulatum, T. rufobrunneum and T. stipitatum are described as new species, and seven other species Cited by: Get this from a library.

Hypocrea/Trichoderma (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Hypocreaceae): species with green ascospores. [Priscila Chaverri; Gary J Samuels; Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen. Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures.]. Get this from a library. Hypocrea/Trichoderma (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Hypocreaceae): species with green ascospores.

[Priscila Chaverri; Gary J Samuels] -- The systematics of species of Hypocrea with green ascospores and their Trichoderma anamorphs is presented. Multiple phenotypic characters were analysed, includingteleomorph and anamorph, as well as. Trichoderma (Hypocrea) species with green ascospores from China Article (PDF Available) in Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 34(1).

The systematics of species of Hypocrea with green ascospores and their Trichoderma anamorphs is presented. Multiple phenotypic characters were analysed, including teleomorph and anamorph, as well as colony morphology and growth rates at various temperatures.

Phylogenetic analyses of 2 genes, the RNA polymerase II subunit (RPB2) and translation elongation factor 1-alpha (EF-1α), were by: The systematics of species of Hypocrea with green ascospores and their Trichoderma anamorphs is presented.

Multiple phenotypic characters were analysed, including teleomorph and anamorph, as well. At present 75 species of Hypocrea have been identified in temperate Europe. Nineteen green-spored species and their Trichoderma asexual states are here described in detail. Extensive searches for Hypocrea teleomorphs in 14 European countries, with emphasis on Central Europe, yielded more than specimens within five years.

The morphology of fresh and dry stromata was studied. Trichoderma thelephoricola P. Chaverri & Samuels, Studies in Mycology 96 () [MB#] Summary: Hypocrea Trichoderma (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Hypocreaceae): species with green ascospores.

CHAVERRI & SAMUELS 1 Hypocrea/Trichoderma (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Hypocreaceae): species with green ascospores Priscila Chaverri1* and Gary J. Samuels2 1The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Plant Pathology, Buckhout Laboratory, University Park, PennsylvaniaU.S.A.

and 2United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Systematic. Trichoderma is a genus of fungi in the family Hypocreaceae, that is present in all soils, where they are the most prevalent culturable fungi.

Many species in this genus can be characterized as opportunistic avirulent plant symbionts. This refers to the ability of several Trichoderma species to form mutualistic endophytic relationships with several plant species.

Abstract. Trichoderma (teleomorph Hypocrea, Ascomycota) is a genus of common filamentous fungi that display a remarkable range of lifestyles and interactions with other fungi, animals and exploitation of the mycoparasitic properties of Trichoderma in biotechnology and agriculture made the genus well studied and brought it in focus of numerous -omic studies including the six complete.

of 27 species of Trichoderma (as Hypocrea), are known from the country, including eight species possessing green ascospores. Trichoderma spp.) were found in China, which were mostly isolated from soil, litter and mushrooms (Wen et al.Bissett et al.Zhang & Xu, Zhao et al.Zhang et al.To date 75 species of Hypocrea/Trichoderma forming teleomorphs are recognised in Europe.

The 56 hyaline-spored species are here described in detail and illustrated in colour plates, including cultures and anamorphs. This number includes 16 new holomorphs, two new teleomorphs and nine anamorphs of species previously described as teleomorphs.

Phylogenetic placement and relationships of the. Redescriptions and a key to species of Hypocrea/Trichoderma with green conidia and conidiophore elongations are presented.

Keywords: Ascomycetes, Hypocreaceae, Hypocreales, molecular phylogenetics, RNA polymerase II subunit RPB2, synanamorphs, systematics, teleomorph-anamorph connection, translation elongation factor EF-1α. Hypocrea/Trichoderma (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Hypocreaceae): species with green ascospores [] Chaverri, Pricila.

In this first part 19 species of Hypocrea with green ascospores, including six new teleomorph and five new anamorph species, are described in detail. All green-spored species belong to previously recognised clades, except H.

spinulosa, which forms the new Spinulosa Clade with two additional new species, and H. fomiticola, which belongs to the. During an investigation of Hypocrea/Trichoderma species inhabiting mushroom bedlogs, we found five strains of an undescribed species from a culture collection.

These were analyzed using a combined approach, including morphology of holomorph, cultural studies, and phylogenetic analyses of the rRNA gene cluster of the internal transcribed spacer region, translation elongation factor 1-α, and.

The present paper deals with a species of Hypocrea with green ascospores and brownish stromata that was found on decaying culms of the bamboo Phyllostachys bambusoides Siebold & Zucc.

(Poaceae, Gramineae) in southwestern Fran-ce (Dept. Pyrénées Atlantiques). Most species of Hypocrea/ Trichoderma occur on decaying woody substrata; species on.

Collections of Trichoderma producing hyaline ascospores from central China were examined. Four new species, Trichoderma asterineum, T. henanense, T. odoratum and T. pseudobritdaniae, were discovered, described and illustrated. Their phylogenetic positions were explored based on sequence analyses of the combined RNA polymerase II subunit b (rpb2) and translation elongation factor 1.

3) Current data suggest that the biodiversity of Hypocrea / Trichoderma above soil exceeds the number of species isolated from soil. 4) The number of Trichoderma species forming hyaline conidia has been considered a small fraction. In Europe, 26 species of those forming teleomorphs produce hyaline conidia, while 42 green-conidial species are known.

(31), characterizing the Trichoderma anamorphs of several species of Hypocrea in New Zealand, identified all of the anamorphs as typical of T. viride. Bisby’s one-species system prompted John Webster and student Mein Rifai to review taxonomy of Trichoderma and Hypocrea by examining life cycles of identified Hypocrea species (81,82,Trichoderma deliquescens (Sopp) Jaklitsch, Fungal Diversity () [MB#] Synonymy: ≡Gliocladium deliquescens Sopp, Skrifter udgivne af Videnskabs-Selskabet i Christiania.

Mathematisk-Naturvidenskabelig Klasse 89 () [MB#] =Gliocladium viride Matr., Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France 9: () [MB#].Carlos Roberto Felix, Robert N.G.

Miller, in Biotechnology and Biology of Trichoderma, Abstract. The genus Trichoderma was first described in and presents a link to the sexual state classification in the genus Trichoderma or Hypocrea using morphological characters is limited, an online identification tool was developed for accurate identification of all species.