Irma J. Gamundi

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Minimidochium parvum LPSC # 548, a fungus isolated from litter floating on waters of Río Santiago (Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina) polluted with industrial effluents and crude-oil, was grown as a shaking culture on a C-limited medium to evaluate its ability to produce extracellular laccase. The effect of anthracene, CuSO4 · 5H2O, ethanol, guaiacol,(More)
~) Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Buenos Aires and Bodenbiologisches Institut, Imst, Tirol, respectively. ~) The present communication has been made possible by a subsidy from the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientlficas y T6cnicas, Buenos Aires,Argentina We are also indebted to the Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, and Dr. KLAIJS(More)
Colletotrichum truncatum is the most common pathogen fungus associated with soybean anthracnose. Although the lignin-degrading enzyme laccase has been implicated in pathogenicity of a wide range of plant pathogenic fungi, its biological role in the Colletotrichum-soybean disease system is unknown. The extent of the infection in our country led us to examine(More)
Phaeohelotium nothofagi, sp.nov., found on fallen wood and leaves of Nothofagus dombeyi, is described and illustrated. The fungus is characterized by pale yellow discs, and fumose ascospores with asperulate walls. A key with distributional data for the five species of the genus now known in the Southern Hemisphere is provided.
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