Gliocladium virens is a naturally occurring, ubiquitous soil saprophyte found throughout the United States in various soil types. This common soil fungus has. Sources of carbon and nitrogen and the carbon:nitrogen (C:N) ratio influenced both production of gliotoxin and growth by a strain of Gliocladium virens. Higher. Bio-pesticide properties for Gliocladium virens, including approvals, environmental fate, eco-toxicity and human health issues.
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Molecular mass g mol Relevant Environmental Water Quality Standards. Marchal Gliocladium citrinum Bat.
Q3 No adverse effects expected or identified.
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Aqueous hydrolysis DT50 days at 20 o C and pH 7. It is replaced each time there is a query done.
Type specimen or ex type: Soil degradation days aerobic. Gliocladium species occur worldwide in soil and decaying organic matter. Garcia ML, et al.
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Monday 28 May Contact: No other cookies than the ones mentioned above are used on our websites. Gams Gliocladium microsporum Petch Gliocladium mumicola C. Aqueous photolysis DT50 days at pH 7.
Gloicladium species of Gliocladium are parasitic on other fungi. No adverse health effects identified. Gliotoxin is a metabolite of G. Microscopically, Gliocladium species produces hyphae, conidiophores, and conidia borne from hyaline phialides.
Pairwise identification Polyphasic identification. Species [ edit ] Species fungorum currently July lists the remaining species: This Add-on is available at http: Gams Gliocladium verticillioides G. Obligate or homotypic synonyms: Lily Eurwilaichitr and Dr. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Retrieved from ” https: The fungus is not persistent at the inoculated gliodladium concentrations and declines to pre-application levels over a period of a few weeks. Surface tension mN m Formulation and application details.
Henry’s law constant at 25 o C Pa m 3 mol When incorporated into potting media, SoilGard TM controls plant pathogens gliocladoum a variety of mechanisms including parasitism, antibiosis, competition and exclusion. Vapour pressure at 20 o C mPa. The spores are dispersed only in water or carried in soil or organic matter, and are not airborne.
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This common soil fungus has been shown to suppress a variety of soilborne plant pathogens, including Pythium spp. Gliocladium CordaSpecies See text Gliocladium  is an asexual fungal genus in the Hypocreaceae.