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Leaf-inhabiting genera of the Gnomoniaceae, Diaporthales

2008 Studies in Mycology  
Fig. 4: Morphology of Mortierella elongata. A: Colony morphology developing lobed mycelial regions, B: Sporangium (arrow) with sporangiophore of Mortierella elongata lacking a conspicuous columella.  ...  A: Colony morphology is characterized by white mycelia and pinkish pigments which are released in the surrounding substrate, B: Multicellular, sickle-shaped (falciform) macroconidia typical for the genus  ...  In North America, the majority of this effort has taken place in the western region of the continent. A small but growing body of work, however, is developing for eastern North America.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-0616(14)60111-1 fatcat:vstpjxxhefbypp54z23i6c3txe

E-Compendium of invited lectures and abstracts of National Online Training Programme on Conservation, Management and Utilization of Horticultural Genetic Resources for Livelihood and Nutritional Security [article]

P. E. Rajashekaran, Rajiv Kumar, Sridhar Gutam, M. R. Rohini, Linta Vincent, P.L. Anushma
2021 Zenodo  
E Compendium of invited lectures and abstracts of the National Online Training Programme on "Conservation, Management and Utilization of Horticultural Genetic Resources for Livelihood and Nutritional Security  ...  " held during November, 22-26, 2021 organized by ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru in association with the Society for Promotion of Horticulture, Bengaluru.  ...  These are (i) South-western hilly and coastal region, (ii) Southern peninsular region, (iii) Eastern coastal region, (iv) North-eastern region and (v) North-western region.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5786650 fatcat:4cmokecrbndchovnvrl6rjtsmu

Volume 36 Number 2

2015 Microbiology Australia  
References Acknowledgements The work on Candida-macrophage interactions in the Traven and Acknowledgements The authors thank Sharon Chen for information on the additional Australian human Microsphaeropsis  ...  This work was supported by a NHMRC grant #APP1031952 to WM.  ...  How the acquired mutations play a role in pathogenesis, and whether they drive relapse, can assist in design of future drug development efforts.  ... 
doi:10.1071/mav36n2 fatcat:fen4h2owr5fntdtq6otiuzup3m

Briefly

2016 Oryx  
WildSeve, a mobile technology initiative to address conflicts between people and wildlife, has been implemented in  villages surrounding Bandipur and Nagarahole National Parks in southern India, which  ...  for sustainable harvest and fair trade in wild plants, fungi and lichen, is increasingly being adopted in the supply chain for wild plants.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605316000983 fatcat:z6eauq2xwfduze56bw7aoycaqi

South African Association of Botanists-Annual Meeting 2006

2006 South African Journal of Botany  
Many individuals have written in recent years that natural history, and more specifically classical botany has fallen out of favour in the major academic institutions of Europe and North America.  ...  Cell division and in vitro regeneration are not correlated in Watsonia lepida hypocotyls Control of cell division is vital so that plants can maintain and direct growth and development.  ...  This study developed a novel method for the purification of umckalin such that tuber umckalin content could be quantified by HPLC.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sajb.2005.01.001 fatcat:yo5i2ntbefakxg3wu4x3rda6fe

Society of Nematologists 2011 Meeting: Abstracts: Alphabetically by first author

2011 Journal of nematology  
A series of split-root trials was conducted; each trial included four treatments and 10 replications in a randomized complete block design.  ...  The four treatments were single plants inoculated with 1) R. reniformis only, 2) M. incognita only, 3) both R. reniformis and M. incognita, and 4) a non-treated control.  ...  a wide range of insect pests of crops not only in India but also other tropical and subtropical regions of the world.  ... 
pmid:23431222 pmcid:PMC3547343 fatcat:acgtzmpjengqrhuxtpcnvvmivq

9th Trends in Medical Mycology Held on 11–14 October 2019, Nice, France, Organized under the Auspices of EORTC-IDG and ECMM

Jean-Pierre Gangneux, Olivier Lortholary, Oliver Cornely, Livio Pagano
2019 Journal of Fungi  
Dear Friends and Colleagues,It is a great honor and pleasure for us to invite you cordially to participate in the 9th Congress on Trends in Medical Mycology (TIMM-9) [...]  ...  of HKs in fungi and to design specific inhibitors for future therapeutic development.  ...  With a specific primer from the HS1 sequence and a degenerate primer designed for the HS2 region, we obtained an amplicon for one of the strains that allowed us to design downstream specific primers that  ... 
doi:10.3390/jof5040095 pmid:31597285 fatcat:j4io4auiureyndd66yi2zs4z3a

Forum: Technology, Ecology, and Human Health Since 1850

Chris Otter, Nicholas Breyfogle, John L. Brooke, Mari K. Webel, Matthew Klingle, Chris Otter, Andrew Price-Smith, Brett L. Walker, Linda Nash
2015 Environmental History  
Using Shirati, the station on the eastern lakeshore, as a base, searches for flies and the sick focused on the lakeshore itself, spanning the short distance north to the Uganda border and then further  ...  They are the leading cause of death and disability in the developed world and are fast becoming a major cause of premature death and morbidity in the developing world. 1 Yet for all of their devastation  ... 
doi:10.1093/envhis/emv113 pmid:32288485 pmcid:PMC7108555 fatcat:s2gsdv3klndmriccfofyn2twhe

Food-Borne Disease Burden Epidemiology Reference Group [chapter]

Heinz Mehlhorn
2016 Encyclopedia of Parasitology  
These animals may survive also in absence of oxygen; e.g., Toxocara worms obtain most of their energy from glycogen degradation.  ...  and may continue to provide a source for the development of new drugs and novel therapeutic strategies.  ...  Epidemiology This agent of disease is endemic worldwide in many countries: in the USA, the animal hosts are opossums; in other countries such as North Africa, Mediterranean region, South Russia, India,  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-43978-4_3884 fatcat:z7wwsu7w5be63fnlg2ujcy3nki

Filarial Worms of Animals [chapter]

Heinz Mehlhorn
2016 Encyclopedia of Parasitology  
These animals may survive also in absence of oxygen; e.g., Toxocara worms obtain most of their energy from glycogen degradation.  ...  and may continue to provide a source for the development of new drugs and novel therapeutic strategies.  ...  Epidemiology This agent of disease is endemic worldwide in many countries: in the USA, the animal hosts are opossums; in other countries such as North Africa, Mediterranean region, South Russia, India,  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-43978-4_3871 fatcat:mhhy3fjdmvf3rjkgbpux26lmlu

The 28th Annual Symposium of The Protein Society: Program & Abstracts

2014 Protein Science  
These arylboronic acids serve as a starting point in optimization efforts in the development of a novel series of inhibitors for class D β-lactamases.  ...  is critical for the design of enzymes with novel functions.  ...  (monoTcTIM), which has been designed, synthetized, purified and characterized by our team 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1002/pro.2504 pmid:25043257 pmcid:PMC4116645 fatcat:yjhug3aif5futn3icovvrkgebm

Aflatoxin B1: Chemistry, Environmental and Diet Sources and Potential Exposure in Human in Kenya [chapter]

Joseph Owuor Lalah, Solomon Omwoma, Dora A.O. Orony
2019 Aflatoxin B1 Occurrence, Detection and Toxicological Effects [Working Title]  
Aflatoxins have therefore drawn a lot of interest in research from food safety and human health point of view.  ...  However, the exact causes of the increase in cancer incidences and prevalence in many developing countries are not fully known.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank the National Research Fund (NRF), Nairobi, Kenya, through a multidisciplinary TUK/MMUST/Maseno/PCPB research grant.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.88773 fatcat:qnmv6d5cw5bkvix3h6lqqhk2ey

Conference program and abstracts. International Biogeography Society 6th Biennial Meeting – 9-13 January 2013, Miami, Florida, USA

Joaquín Hortal, Karen Faller, Kenneth Feeley, Richard Field, Catherine Graham, François Guilhaumon, Daniel Gavin
2012 Frontiers of Biogeography  
The geography of divergence and disparity: how landscapes help understand the decoupling of genetic structure and phenotypic diversity. 43A Assembly of plant communities in climate space Benjamin Blonder  ...  Sloat 1,3 , Bill Piel 3,15 , Nathan Kraft 3,16 , Jens-Christian Svenning 3,17 , Naia Morueta-Holme 3,17 , Nick Spensor 3,18 , Susan Wiser 3,18 , Jeff Ott 3,7 , Barbara Dobrin 1,3 , Sandy Andelman 3,19 and  ...  in eastern North America, the Pacific Northwest of North America, and Japan.  ... 
doi:10.21425/f5fbg15702 fatcat:lwyauz5kbvcwbmimvei4iota3a

Abstract Journal Reconstructive Surgery

2021 ANZ journal of surgery  
T1 has a recurrence rate of 100% for excision margins of less than 1 mm for peripheral margin (7/7) and 40% for deep margins (4/10) (t test p=0.03).  ...  Purpose: To audit the excision margins of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of scalp and correlate them with recurrence and metastatic rates; investigate if there is a role for sentinel lymph node  ...  We present two cases of traumatic arteriovenous fistulas of the STA treated with complete surgical excision and also a review of the literature regarding aetiology, anatomy, pathogenesis, diagnosis.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ans.16823 pmid:33964090 fatcat:xhyb6dledbadtodrctzfx5alei

Minitopics

2015 Microbe Magazine  
Using Biolog's ' G GEN III phenotypic technology, you get valuable information on the properties of f strains in addition to a species-level identification.  ...  Anoxomat from Advanced Instruments is the pr precise, e, automated solution for oxygen removal that he elps e eve very y yon on o e: e: e > Lab managers appreciate the lower cost o of ow owne ne ers s  ...  The pause "endangers the development of a vaccine for MERS," adds Ralph Baric of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  ... 
doi:10.1128/microbe.10.95.2 fatcat:gbsui2wzibedrf3a6ldvee3k3u
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