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Phoma Identification Manual

Differentiation of Specific and Infra-specific Taxa in Culture (Cabi Publishing)

by G. H. Boerema

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Published by CABI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mycology, fungi (non-medical),
  • Plant pathology & diseases,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • General,
  • Nature,
  • Science,
  • Phoma,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Microbiology,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Science / Botany,
  • Identification

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8280101M
    ISBN 100851997430
    ISBN 109780851997438

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Phoma Identification Manual by G. H. Boerema Download PDF EPUB FB2

Phoma is a genus of fungi within the Coelomycetes. These fungi are commonly and frequently recovered in culture from all ecological situations, but are very difficult to identify.

There has been a great need for a practical manual to aid such identification, and this book will fill. Description This book is a practical manual to aid identification of Phoma species, and will be useful for researchers working in the areas of mycology, plant pathology and microbiology. It provides line drawings and keys for the identification of specific and infraspecific taxa of Phoma, including common pathogenic and saprophytic species, with references to additional diagnostic.

Ennek a munkának az összefoglalásaként a közelmúltban jelent meg egy monográfia Phoma Identification Manual címmel (Boerema et al., ), amelyben a szerzők összegzik a Phoma fajok. This manual provides line drawings and keys for the identification of common pathogenic and saprotrophic species of Phoma in vitro, with references to additional diagnostic literature and documentation of the numerous synonyms formerly used in the phytopathological literature.

Phoma Identification Manual: Differentiation of Specific and Infra-specific Taxa in Culture Boerema, G??H; de??Gruyter, J; Noordeloos, M??E and Hamers, M??E????C and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Phoma is a genus of fungi within the Coelomycetes.

These fungi are commonly and frequently recovered in culture from all ecological situations, but are very difficult to identify. There has been a great need for a practical manual to aid such identification, and this book will fill that by: This book is a practical manual to aid identification of Phoma species, and will be useful for researchers working in the areas of mycology, plant pathology and microbiology.

It provides line drawings and keys for the identification of specific and infraspecific taxa of Phoma, including common pathogenic and saprophytic species, with references to additional diagnostic literature. Phoma is a genus of common coelomycetous soil fungi.

It contains many plant pathogenic species. Spores are colorless and unicellular. The pycnidia are black and depressed in the tissues of the host. Phoma is arbitrarily limited to those species in which the spores are less than 15 µm as the larger spored forms have been placed in the genus Class: Dothideomycetes.

"Phoma is a genus of fungi within the Coelomycetes. These fungi are commonly and frequently recovered in culture from all ecological situations, but are very difficult to identify. There has been a great need for a practical manual to aid such identification, and this book will fill that gap.

This book is a practical manual to aid identification of Phoma species, and will be useful for researchers working in the areas of mycology, plant pathology and microbiology.

It provides line drawings and keys for the identification of specific and infraspecific taxa of Phoma, including common pathogenic and saprophytic species, with references to additional diagnostic literature, Cited by: This manual provides line drawings and keys for the identification of common pathogenic and saprotrophic species of Phoma in vitro, with references to additional diagnostic literature and documentation of the numerous synonyms formerly used in the phytopathological literature.

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CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK. Howard DH (). Pathogenic Fungi in Humans and Animals. Marcel Dekker, New York. pp Balis E, Velegraki A, Fragou A, Pefanis A, Kalabokas T, Mountokalakis T (). Get this from a library. Phoma identification manual: differentiation of specific and infra-specific taxa in culture.

[G H Boerema;] -- This book is a practical manual to aid identification of Phoma species, and will be useful for researchers working in the areas of mycology, plant pathology and microbiology. It. Phoma Identification Manual: Differentiation of Specific and Infra-specific Taxa in Culture by G?H Boerema () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Identification on the Basis of Phenotypic Characteristics. Phoma is taxonomically a controversial genus. It consists of over known species, found all over the world. The original genus concept of Saccardo [] was emended by Boerema and Bollen [] and after more than 40 years of taxonomical research, the admitted Phoma species were arranged in nine sections [6, 7], which are mainly based on a Cited by: The plant-pathogenic fungus Phoma betae produces aphidicolin ( in Scheme 21), derived from syn-CPP (6).In physiological studies, aphidicolin () is used to induce cell cycle arrest via the specific inhibition of DNA polymerase α.A cDNA (PbACS) encoding the diterpene cyclase responsible for aphidicolin biosynthesis was isolated from the mycelia of P.

betae. 70 PbACS ( amino acids. Phoma Black Stem (Phoma macdonaldii Boerema) Phoma black stem is a widely observed sunflower disease in many countries responsible for economic damage to early-drying sunflower plants (Quiroz et al., ).

Higher tolerance to Phoma macdonaldii has been observed in wild species such as H. maximiliani, H. argophyllus, H.

tuberosus, and H. Book review Phoma identification manual. Differentiation of specific and infra-specific taxa in culture.

G.H. Boerema, J. de Gruyter, M.E. Noordeloos and M.E.C Cited by: 1. Phoma species. In nature, Phoma is a widespread type of mold commonly found in soil and a wide range of plants and plant materials. It is one of the most important plant disease causing agents. In indoor environments, Phoma is common on wet/damp paints, wood, wall papers, window frames and caulking, especially in bathrooms.

Species of Phoma are also commonly isolated from house dust. An illustrated introduction with keys, glos-sary, and guide to literature.

Phoma Identification Manual,is not cited inSphaeropsidales). The extent of the book does not enable species identification; to this aim special literature is recommended. The book can thus serve as a good manual. Request PDF | On Mar 1,Hans J. Lyngs Jørgensen and others published Book review Phoma identification manual.

Differentiation of specific and infra-specific taxa in culture. G.H. Boerema, J. Descripció. Les seves espores són incolores i unicel seus picnidis són negres i es troben enfonsats als teixits de la planta hoste.

Aquest gènere, Phoma, està arbitràriament limitat a aquelles espècies del fong en les quals les espores són menors de 15 espores més grosses s'ubiquen al gènere espècies de Phoma més importants inclñouen Phoma beta Classe: Dothideomycetes.

Introduction. Peyronellaea is a proposed new genus [] that includes species originally classified in genus Phoma defined by Boerema et al. [] and its related species of pleosporalean on morphology, Peyronellaea is considered as one of the nine sections of the Phoma genus and is characterized by possession of a multicellular chlamydosporal structure, which may Cited by: 8.

Hardback. Condition: New. Phoma is a genus of fungi within the Coelomycetes. These fungi are commonly and frequently recovered in culture from all ecological situations, but are very difficult to identify.

There has been a great need for a practical manual to aid such identification, and this book. Phoma sanguinolenta Grove Pleospora libanotis Fuckel () Leptosphaeria libanotis is a plant pathogen found mainly in Europe.

It is the teleomorph stage of the fungus Phoma rostrupii. References This Pleosporales-related article is a stub.

You can help Wikipedia Family: Leptosphaeriaceae. Up to now the characterization of Phoma species have been mostly applied on the basis of morphology, phenotype and physiology.

Recently, a work of Boerema et al. entitled Phoma Identification Manual, based on morphological studies was published, which contains cultural. identification of pathogenic fungi Download identification of pathogenic fungi or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Mould. A mould, which may result in allergy symptoms in sensitised individuals. Allergen Exposure. Members of the genus Phoma have a worldwide distribution and are ubiquitous in nature, with over 2 species having been described; they are found in soil, as saprophytes on various plants, and as pathogens to plants and humans.

(1) Phoma is a very common soil fungus attacking weak or. Phoma glomerata Basics Laboratory Metabolites Adverse health reactions Specific settings Diagnostic Bibliography Basics Phoma is the most widely distributed genus of the Pleosporales order (or Shaeropsidales when considered as part of the Fungi Imperfecti) and the largest with some species {; }.

The taxonomy of this genus is complicated and the identification of. Nakladatelství: Marston Book Services Ltd, Autor knihy: G.

Boerema, Phoma is a genus of fungi within the Coelomycetes. These fungi are commonly and frequently recovered in culture from all ecological situations, but are difficult to identify. This manual provides line Brand: Marston Book Services Ltd. Species identification is often difficult.

Much of our present knowledge has come from the work of Dr. G.H. Boerema and his colleagues in The Netherlands. Boerema (in Aa, et al., ) divided Phoma into five sections, extended in (Boerema et al., ) to nine in a comprehensive identification manual.

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Identification of a Novel Phoma sp. with Tangerine Peel Degrading Activity and Cellulolytic Enzymes from the Fungus Jung-Youn Choi 1, Chang-Jun Cha 2, Yong Jin Kim 1, Jae-Jin Kim 3 and Jeong-Jun Yoon 1* 1 Eco Technology Center, Chungcheong Regional Division, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), Cheonan, ChungnamRepublic of KoreaFile Size: KB.

Licuala grandis being proposed as Phoma West Bengal, India. Plate. Disease symptoms Plate 3: Pycnidium on host Plate 4: conidia produced on host References 1. Boerema GH, Gruyter Jde, Noordeloos ME, Hamers MEC. Phoma identification manual.

Differentiation of specific and Intra – specific Taxa in culture. CABIAuthor: Arghya Banerjee, Partha Sarathi Nath. Book description: Phoma Identification Manual Boerema G H De Gruyter J Noordeloos M E Hamers M E C Full Version could possibly be an ideal books for the reading alternative and has been testimonials from the is the largest community for visitors and the simplest way to share experiences.

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TARGETED PARASITESFile Size: 2MB. Phoma is a fungal genus classified within the molds with over known species, found all over the world. These fungi classically live in the soil, and they may periodically infest plants by attaching themselves to the roots of the plants and colonizing the plant from there.

It can be difficult to firmly identify fungi in the Phoma genus, and to narrow down the identification to species, and. Phoma: (fō'mă), A genus of rapidly growing fungi that are common laboratory contaminants and common plant pathogens; rare cause of infection in immunosuppressed patients.

Find Fungi Europaei. Entoloma. s.l. Supplemento. Volume 5A by Noordeloos, M.E. pp with colour photographs and line drawings in text. Text in English and Italian. Phoma identification manual: differentiation of These fungi are commonly and frequently recovered in There has been a great need for a practical manual to aid.

Book review: Conidial fungi, Phoma Identification Manual: Differentiation of specific and infra-specific taxa in culture. (). Characterisation of Phoma tracheiphila by RAPD-PCR, microsatellite-primed PCR and ITS rDNA sequencing and development of specific primers for in planta PCR : M.M.

Aveskamp, de J. Gruyter and P.W. Crous.Greater than species were formally recognized in the handbook, “Phoma Identification Manual” by Boerema et al. with identification determined by morphological characteristics, such as the formation of conidia (asexual spores), pycnidia (asexual fruiting bodies), and chlamydospores (enlarged, thick-walled vegetative cells within hyphae Cited by: The pathogen was identified as Phoma bellidis Neerg.

based on descriptions in Boerema et al. (2). Pathogenicity tests were performed with the three isolates in the laboratory by spraying conidial suspensions (1 × 10 6 conidia/ml) containing % Tween 20 until runoff (30 ml per plant) onto stem surfaces of day-old, 60 cm tall plants.