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Fungal Planet description sheets: 785–867
Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Angola, Gnomoniopsis angolensis and Pseudopithomyces angolensis on unknown host plants. Australia,…
Seasonal dynamics of the structure of epiphytic yeast communities
The seasonal dynamics of the species structure of epiphytic yeasts on the leaves and in the flowers of 25 plant species was studied and it was shown that, on average for the vegetation period, the composition of epIPhytic yeast communities was nonspecific.
Fungal Planet description sheets: 1042–1111
Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Antarctica, Cladosporium arenosum from marine sediment sand, Kosmimatamyces alatophylus from soil, and Italy, Penicillium taurinense from indoor chestnut mill.
Seasonal Dynamics in a Yeast Population on Leaves of the Common Wood Sorrel Oxalis acetosella L.
The data obtained show that the epiphytic microbial population of various plants can be comprehensively studied only by analyzing this population throughout the vegetative period of the plants.
Massive isolation and identification of Saccharomyces paradoxus yeasts from plant phyllosphere
- A. M. Glushakova, Yu. V. Ivannikova, E. Naumova, I. Chernov, G. Naumov
- Biology, EngineeringMicrobiology
- 1 March 2007
Year-round studies of epiphytic yeast communities revealed that the number of ascosporogenous yeasts inhabiting living and decaying leaves of some plants increased considerably in certain short periods (at the beginning of summer and in winter).
Endophytic yeast fungi in plant storage tissues
- O. Isaeva, A. M. Glushakova, S. Garbuz, A. V. Kachalkin, I. Chernov
- BiologyBiology Bulletin
- 9 February 2010
It was found that plant storage tissues nearly always contain yeasts that are able to actively reproduce in these tissues causing no visible damage, and internal storage tissues of plants can be considered as a new interesting model for studies of coevolving plant-microbial associations.
The yeast Candida railenensis in the fruits of English oak (Quercus robur L.)
The cotyledons of whole intact acorns were shown to contain yeasts; their number increased sharply before acorn germination, and after germination or exocarp destruction they were colonized by the usual epiphytic and litter yeasts.
Massive isolation of anamorphous ascomycete yeasts Candida oleophila from plant phyllosphere
Wide occurrence of this yeast species on fruits and in the phyllosphere may be related to its ability to compete with rapidly growing phytopathogenic fungi.
Endophytic yeasts in Malus domestica and Pyrus communis fruits under anthropogenic impact
It was found that the share of opportunistic species Candida parapsilosis in internal tissues was significant during the entire period of fruit formation and development under anthropogenic impact in the city of Moscow.
Characterization of yeast groupings in the phyllosphere of Sphagnum mosses
- A. V. Kachalkin, A. M. Glushakova, Andrey M. Yurkov, I. Chernov
- Environmental ScienceMicrobiology
- 12 August 2008
The specific composition of the Sphagnum mosses yeast community is probably determined by the biochemical characteristics of this environment, rather than by the hydrothermal regime in the turf.