By Christian P. Kubicek, Gary E. Harman, Kristen L. Ondik

ISBN-10: 0203483553

ISBN-13: 9780203483558

ISBN-10: 0203791797

ISBN-13: 9780203791790

Fungi belonging to the genera Trichoderma and Gliocladium are soil-borne saprophytes that have been used for commercial and agricultural functions for many years. a few lines produce enzymes and antibiotics whereas others are necessary as organic brokers for the protections of vegetation opposed to pathogens. this primary quantity of 2, provides a close account of the morphology and taxonomy of Trichoderma and Gliocladium, prior to discussing their ecology and uncomplicated biology. Molecular organic elements tested contain their genome and gene constitution, genetic transformation and asexual genetics. A bankruptcy on protection elements can be incorporated.

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1829. (Fig. 1). 15 Trichoderma and Gliocladium–vol. 1 = T. lignorum (Tode) Harz; for other synonymy see Rifai (1969). ) Fr. DESCRIPTIONS: Webster (1964), Rifai (1969), Meyer and Plaskowitz (1989). Colonies fast-growing (5–9 cm). Conidiation forming compact tufts or more effuse, glaucous to dark bluish-green. Reverse typically uncoloured, less often pale yellowish. Odour usually distinctly aromatic, as of coconut. Conidiophores usually not extensively branched and having a relatively loose arrangement, branches most often paired, or single or 3-verticillate, often appearing flexuous.

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