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A protective endophyte of maize: Acremonium zeae antibiotics inhibitory to Aspergillus flavus and Fusarium verticillioides.
The maize endophyte Acremonium zeae is antagonistic to kernel rotting and mycotoxin producing fungi Aspergillus flavus and Fusarium verticillioides in cultural tests for antagonism, and interferesExpand
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Halogenated organic molecules of Rhodomelaceae origin: chemistry and biology.
Natural Science Foundation of China [30530080]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2007AA09Z403]; Department of Science and Technology of Shandong Province [2006GG2205023]
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Bioactive metabolites from Stenocarpella maydis, a stalk and ear rot pathogen of maize.
Stenocarpella maydis is a fungal pathogen of major importance that causes a dry-rot of maize ears and is associated with a neuromycotoxicosis in cattle grazing harvested maize fields in southernExpand
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Biologically Active Secondary Metabolites from the Fungi.
Many Fungi have a well-developed secondary metabolism. The diversity of fungal species and the diversification of biosynthetic gene clusters underscores a nearly limitless potential for metabolicExpand
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Coprophilous fungi: antibiotic discovery and functions in an underexplored arena of microbial defensive mutualism.
Microbial antibiotics can mediate mutualisms and interorganism communications. Herbivorous animal dung offers opportunities for discovery of new antibiotics from microbial communities that competeExpand
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Phaeofurans and sorbicillin analogues from a fungicolous Phaeoacremonium species (NRRL 32148).
Two new benzofuran-derived metabolites of polyketide origin called phaeofurans A and B (1 and 2), along with three sorbicillin analogues (3-5), have been obtained from a fungicolous isolate of theExpand
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Biologically active polyketide metabolites from an undetermined fungicolous hyphomycete resembling Cladosporium.
Eight new polyketide-derived metabolites [cladoacetals A and B (1 and 2), 3-(2-formyl-3-hydroxyphenyl)propionic acid (3), 3-deoxyisoochracinic acid (4), isoochracinol (5),Expand
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Antifungal Metabolites (Monorden, Monocillin IV, and Cerebrosides) from Humicola fuscoatra Traaen NRRL 22980, a Mycoparasite of Aspergillus flavus Sclerotia
ABSTRACT The mycoparasite Humicola fuscoatra NRRL 22980 was isolated from a sclerotium of Aspergillus flavus that had been buried in a cornfield near Tifton, Ga. When grown on autoclaved rice, thisExpand
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Apiosporamide, a new antifungal agent from the coprophilous fungus Apiospora montagnei.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of an EtOAc extract from the mycelium of the coprophilous fungus Apiospora montagnei has furnished a new antifungal metabolite, named apiosporamide [1], and the knownExpand
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