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.M. , Yates , I.E. , Bacon , C.W. : Detoxification of corn antimicrobial compounds as the basis for isolating Fusarium verticillioides and some other Fusarium species from corn . Appl Environ Microbiol 67 , 2973 – 2981 ( 2001

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Emese Nagygyörgy, Barbara Kovács, Éva Leiter, Márton Miskei, István Pócsi, László Hornok, and Attila Ádám

Stress sensitivity of three related phytopathogenic Fusarium species (Fusarium graminearum, Fusarium oxysporum and Fusarium verticillioides) to different oxidative, osmotic, cell wall, membrane, fungicide stressors and an antifungal protein (PAF) were studied in vitro. The most prominent and significant differences were found in oxidative stress tolerance: all the three F. graminearum strains showed much higher sensitivity to hydrogen peroxide and, to a lesser extent, to menadione than the other two species. High sensitivity of F. verticillioides strains was also detectable to an azole drug, Ketoconazole. Surprisingly, no or limited differences were observed in response to other oxidative, osmotic and cell wall stressors. These results indicate that fungal oxidative stress response and especially the response to hydrogen peroxide (this compound is involved in a wide range of plant-fungus interactions) might be modified on niche-specific manner in these phylogenetically related Fusarium species depending on their pathogenic strategy. Supporting the increased hydrogen peroxide sensitivity of F. graminearum, genome-wide analysis of stress signal transduction pathways revealed the absence one CatC-type catalase gene in F. graminearum in comparison to the other two species.

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to control disease, infected banana fruits can be found on consumer markets [2] . This was recently confirmed by Molnár et al. [1] . The Fusarium spp. most frequently found associated with banana crown and fruit rot are Fusarium verticillioides

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Dániel J. Kócsó, Judit Szabó-Fodor, Miklós Mézes, Krisztián Balogh, Szilamér Ferenczi, András Szabó, Brigitta Bóta, and Melinda Kovács

. Kriek , N. P. J. , Kellerman , T. S. and Marasas , W. F. O. ( 1981 ): A comparative study of the toxicity of Fusarium verticillioides ( F. moniliforme ) to horses, primates, pigs, sheep and rats . Onderstepoort J. Vet. Res. 48 , 129 – 131

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Vivian J. Szilagyi-Zecchin, Douglas Adamoski, Renata Rodrigues Gomes, Mariangela Hungria, Angela C. Ikeda, Vanessa Kava-Cordeiro, Chirlei Glienke, and Lygia V. Galli-Terasawa

) LGMF1049 L2 Colonies are cottony and white, reverse pink, and white in edge. Hyphae septate, microconidia cylindrical, and abundant. Fusarium verticillioides

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total of 10) in each group. Production of toxins and determination of mycotoxin content in fungal cultures and feeds FB 1 and T-2 toxin were produced with the application of Fusarium verticillioides strain MRC 826

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