Fungi Research Papers

Fe3O4 nanoparticles are monodispersible and spherical with an average diameter of 82 nm.... Alghuthaymi March 2017 A study on the fungi isolated from the carpeting, walls and Holy Qurans from the Blue Mosque and Little Hagia Sophia Mosque situated in the province of Istanbul In this study the sampling of microfungus content from the carpeting, walls and Holy Qurans of two different mosques in the province of Istanbul was undertaken and in order to determine quantities. Biomass yields and sporulation of this fungus depends on the culture conditions (culture method), nutritional requirements (carbon and nitrogen source, mineral elements, carbon concentration, carbon to... July 2015 First report of Neurospora on Corylus avellana in natural forest of Iran Teleomorph stage of the fungus Neurospora udagawae was formed abundantly on the culture media of potato dextrose agar, potato carrot agar and malt extract agar. In addition, mushrooms cultivating is a promising new industry, with many new businesses developing every year.

Samples were taken in 2015 during the months of January, April, July and October. Heim in Nepal Study on the consumption and uses of edible fungi by selected ethnic tribes/groups in selected geographical regions in Nepal is lacking. Perithecia were visible on the culture medium and plant tissues (on the bark of tree) of hazelnut tree (Corylus avellana L.) from specimens of the Northwest forest of Iran. Cultivation of saprophytic edible mushrooms may be the currently economical biotechnology for lingo-cellulose organic waste recycling that combines...

Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) were produced using hydrothermal protocols. February 2016 An improved method to optimize the culture conditions for biomass and sporulation of mycoparasitic fungus Trichoderma viride TV-1 Trichoderma viride, the most promising biocontrol agent is able to control a wide range of plant pathogens. The objectives of the study were to identify the most suitable substrate combination in the determination of the number of... The species is distinctively characterized from the closest H. Author(s): Zuhura Mwanga and Donatha Tibuhwa September 2014 A preliminary study on nutritional requirements of nematophagous fungus ARF907 for mycelial growth After studying the effects of carbon sources, nitrogen sources, and mineral elements on the mycelia growth of ARF907 in our lab, this research firstly was concerned with the carbon concentration, carbon to nitrogen ratio on the mycelia growth of this fungus, and the better mycelial yield got with carbon concentration of 6 g l-1 and carbon to nitrogen ratio of 160:1. Author(s): Li Gao August 2014 Cultivation of Pleurotus ostreatus on Grevillea robusta leaves at Dilla University, Ethiopia Mushrooms consumption has generated interest in man from early civilization.

MNPs size diameter and size distribution were characterized by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and dynamic light scattering (DLS). It is one of the most widely used species against plant disease and can improve the plant growth and crop yields. Mushrooms have a unique texture and flavour that are not found in other food crops.

Author(s): Birhanu Gizaw, Zerihun Tsegaye and Genene Tefera October 2016 Molecular identification of yeasts associated with raw cow milk from peri-urban farms in Kaduna State, Nigeria This study aimed to examine the diversity of yeasts associated with bovine mastitis by employing molecular techniques in yeast identification. In addition, they produce secondary metabolites which are also implicated in the pathogenesis. However, there is a paucity of data on pathogenic yeast-like fungi in Korea. Highest incidence of cutaneous candidiasis followed by pityriasis versicolor was found. Gnanavelrajah April 2014 The Lap3p aminopeptidase is not solely responsible for bleomycin resistance in Candida albicans Detoxification of the glycopeptide bleomycin is mediated by bleomycin hydrolase, a cysteine aminopeptidase identified in a variety of organisms. Graves and Fernando Gonzalez March 2014 Selection of cellulase-producing Trichoderma sp. Author(s): Fekadu Alemu September 2013 Role of some micromycetes in biosorption of heavy metals in different polluted water samples In this study, heavy metal biosorption potential of indigenous micromycetes was determined.

A total of 300 composite milk samples were collected from 26 peri-urban farms and examined. Literature on the production of gliotoxin, one of the metabolites by Candida spp. In this study, the characterization of pathogenic yeast-like fungi and co-infected bacteria isolated from 715 patients (ranging in age from 29 days to 99 years, with a mean age of 49 years) that were... The maximum incidence of superficial mycosis was found in adult females with cutaneous candidiasis then pityriasis versicolor in both sexes (females 83 and males 80). The opportunistic fungal pathogen Candida albicans is known to exhibit increased resistance to bleomycin when compared to other yeast. albicans Lap3p aminopeptidase, predicted by sequence identity to be the Candida form of bleomycin... and optimization of cultivation conditions The aim of this study was to select the wild microorganism with the capacity to produce cellulases. Water samples were collected from different waste water points, chemical industry and tanneries effluents.

After culture, 37 (12.3%) fungal isolates were identified using the API 20C AUX. In this study, the most common isolate was Trichophyton... Microbial sources were rotten grass, leaves and straws. Indigenous mycoflora was isolated on 2% MEA medium and purified for biomass production. Zahira and Abdul Nasir Khalid September 2013 Comparative profile of paddy straw pretreated with standard and isolated lignocellulolytic fungal cultures The ligno-cellulosic biomass is the most abundant and also the most renewable biomaterial on earth.

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and sequencing of the domains D1 and D2 of the 26S r RNA gene identified... Author(s): Kareema Amine Alkhafajii and Huda Hadi Alhassnawei July 2014 Expression of neuronal protein Tau in Candida albicans Candida albicans is a dimorphic, opportunist fungal pathogen in which cell adhesion and filamentation contribute to host tissue invasiveness and fungal pathogenicity. albicans which involves yeast to hyphae transition is dependent on temperature, the growth media composition, and is regulated by quorum sensing. Natural lignocellulose as the sole carbohydrate was used to enrich microorganisms. February 2014 Identification of micro-organisms associated with jatropha curcas and inhibition by selected natural plants extracts Studies were carried out to determine the microorganisms associated with Jatropha curcas and the effect of selected botanicals crude extracts (bitter leaf: Vernonia amygdalina and Uziza leaf: Piper guineensis) on the inhibition of these microorganisms. Selected water samples were exposed to UV radiation to kill microbial life in them. The development of alternative energy technology such as bioconversion of biomass is critically important because of the rising prices of crude oil, security issues regarding the oil supply and air pollution.

Yeast strain was cultured on yeast peptone dextrose and Biolog universal yeast agar media. Author(s): Hari Prasad Aryal and Usha Budathoki April 2016 Examination of Candida albicans strains from South Africa for the production of gliotoxin and other cytotoxic secondary metabolites Candida species cause superficial mycosis and more serious systemic infections. pachydermatis in dogs with external otitis or dermatopathies. Fission yeast is a useful model organism for revealing the mechanisms by which these molecules affect the cell. Author(s): Trí Lê, Areeba Qureshi, Joel Heisler, Laura Bryant, Jehan Shah, Tom D. Comparatively, sholla leaves were highly supportive and their fruiting bodies appeared late, while coffee leaves were also supportive and their fruiting bodies appeared early.

Pure yeast cells were suspended in sterile water at 49 turbidity,... The virulence factors of Candida are their adherence and hyphae formation ability and the production of hydrolytic enzymes. The samples were collected by sterile swabs or by the carpet technique. Wolkow and Radha Pyati July 2014 Clinico-mycological profile of superficial mycosis and the relationship Of ABO blood grouping with superficial mycosis A total of 456 clinically diagnosed cases (170 male and 286 female) of superficial mycosis was conducted. Results of the cultivation of Pleurotus on coffee and sholla leaves showed that they have promising effect for...


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