Hypocrea lixii Pat., Revue Mycologique Toulouse 13 (51): () [MB# ]. Hypocrea lixii. Trichoderma harzianum is one of the most widely studied microorganisms for the production of chitinases. From: Bioprocessing for Value- Added. Synonym, Hypocrea lixii. Other names, ›CBS ›CBS ›CBS ; CPK ›CBS ; DCDSL 83/03 ›CBS More». ›CBS
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Samuels Mycological Progress yhpocrea On PDA after 96 h at 25 C under 12 h photoperiod aerial mycelium abundant cottony to granular, conidia forming within 48 h, typically abundant, disposed in a central disk and one or two broad concentric rings; no pigment noted at 25 C but diffusing pale yellow, reddish or brownish pigment developing at 35 C; in some cultures a sweet odor detected hypovrea 30 C.
In ITS the average within-group distance was 0. As example, we note the significant physiological, ecological and reproductive differences separating the morphologically identical sympatric, cosmopolitan, tropical species T.
Isolated as endophytes in stems of tropical trees, and from soil. Using Google Analytics, we can see what content is popular on our websites.
Hypocrea lixii, the teleomorph of Trichoderma harzianum – Semantic Scholar
Previously named species included in the complex licii T. On PDA after 96 h at 25 C aerial mycelium abundant, cottony, radiating; conidia appearing within 48—72 h, typically abundant and disposed in two or three concentric rings around the point of inoculation; yellow pigment sometimes diffused in the medium, especially at 35 C and in old cultures; a sweet odor sometimes liixi at hyypocrea C.
Several morphologically similar species are now known to be phylogenetically related to T. Oxford Surv Evol Biol. Unfortunate victims of this new approach to classification of T. In addition, species in the T. Boldface numbers represent endophytic strains. Influence of crop species and edaphic factors on the distribution and abundance of Trichoderma in Alfisol soils of southern India V. Conidiophores pyramidal with opposing branches, the distance between branches relatively large, the main axis and each branch terminating in a whorl of 2—5 phialides or hyporcea solitary from the main axis; whorls typically cruciate but often nearly verticillate.
A Uecker holotype BPI Conidia globose to subglobose, sometimes ovoid, 2. Lita, isolated as an endophyte from lower stems of Theobroma gileri5 MayH. Google Wikimedia Wikipedia Wikispecies. Hypocrea is a genus of fungi in the family Hypocreaceae.
A revision of the genus Trichoderma.
Hypocrea lixii, the teleomorph of Trichoderma harzianum
Conidia do not vary in shape and most are globose to subglobose or broadly ovoidal. Stromata of members of the T. Bayesian inference of character evolution. The Trichoderma manual Their identification and application in agriculture. Competitive saprophytic ability and cellulolytic activity of rhizosphere-competent mutants of Trichoderma harzianum. Kubicek Vienna, Austria are highly appreciated.
Morphological and phylogenetic analyses of the Nectria cinnabarina species complex. In contrast, TEF1 of T. European species of Hypocrea Part I.
Colony circular, hyaline, thin, loose, with more or less conspicuous differences in hyphal width, marginal surface hyphae particularly wide. References Publications referenced by this paper. Gazis R, Chaverri Lixi. However, the strains that we include fall into two highly supported internal clades see F ig. Overview phylogenetic tree with position of the T.
Their clade A corresponds to T. As can be seen Table Ithe differences in conidial dimensions of species at the extremes are substantial but adjacent species in the progression cannot be distinguished from each other. The average between-groups distance was 0. Rifai considered that each aggregate species potentially included two or more morphologically cryptic but biologically distinct species.
Peptaibol, secondary metabolite, and hydrophobin pattern of commercial biocontrol agents formulated with species of the Trichoderma harzianum complex.
Conidiophores pyramidal with opposing closely spaced branches; the main axis and each branch terminating in a cruciate whorl of up to four phialides.