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Truffles form a group of plant–symbiotic Ascomycetes whose hypogeous life cycle is poorly understood. Here we present initial evidence for the influence of light on Tuber borchii mycelial growth and the identification and cloning of a gene, Tbwc-1 , homologous to a blue-light photoreceptor of...
We have isolated the Penicillium chrysogenum pex5 gene encoding the receptor for microbody matrix proteins containing a type 1 peroxisomal targeting signal (PTS1). Pc-pex5 contains 2 introns and encodes a protein of approximately 75 kDa. P. chrysogenum pex5 disruptants appear to be highly...
Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) plays important roles in various cellular processes. Here we report the sequence and analysis of a novel developmentally regulated gene and cDNA ( Pbgadph ), encoding a GAPDH homologue ( Pb GAPDH), of the pathogenic dimorphic fungus...
Many ascomycete fungi spurt their spores from asci pressurized by osmosis. This paper explores the details of this process in the coprophilous species Ascobolus immersus , through a combination of biomechanical and biochemical experiments, and mathematical modeling. A. immersus forms large asci...
Transposable elements (TEs) are viewed as major contributors to the evolution of fungal genomes. Genomic resources such as BAC libraries are an underutilized resource for studying genome-wide TE distribution. Using the BAC end sequences and physical map that are available for the rice blast...
The relationship between metabolite production and genotypic diversity in two endophytic fungi was investigated. We selected populations of Cylindrocarpon destructans and Heliscus lugdunensis from the roots of a single tree. A total of 49 isolates of both species were selected and classified by...
The genetic structure of the root-endophyte Phialocephala fortinii was analyzed in three study sites using 11 single-copy RFLP probes. A total of 541 strains isolated from surface-sterilized, fine roots (diameter 0.5–3 mm) of Norway spruce ( Picea abies ) were examined. The average gene...
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