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Diaporthe sinensis, a new fungus from Amaranthus sp. in China
- Xiao-Xiao Feng, Jia-Jie Chen, Guozhen Wang, Ting-ting Cao, Yong-Li Zheng, Chulong Zhang
- 12 December 2019
Phylogenetic analyses based on sequences from four genes indicated that D. sinensis clustered in a distinct clade closely related to D. neoarctii, D. subordinaria and D. manihotia, which is distinguished by brown, scattered, globose pycnidia and ellipsoid alpha conidia with bi- to multiguttulate.
Chemical composition and biological activities of the essential oil from Rubus pungens var. oldhamii
- Yaojie Zhang, Jia-Jie Chen, Lizhi Wang, Jingjing Cao, Lishan Xu
- ChemistryNatural product research
- 1 June 2017
The test results indicated that the REO was rich in sesquiterpenes, and also exhibited good antityrosinase activity, and moderate antimicrobial activity against pathogenic micro-organisms, which can be used as a natural source of promising antimicrobial and tyrosinases inhibiting agent.
A Novel Derivative of (-)mycousnine Produced by the Endophytic Fungus Mycosphaerella nawae, Exhibits High and Selective Immunosuppressive Activity on T Cells
An endophytic fungus, Mycosphaerella nawae ZJLQ129, was isolated from the leaves of the traditional Chinese medicine Smilax china and was found to have high and selective immunosuppressive activity, showing low toxicity and high selectivity.
Identification and characterization of new Muscodor endophytes from gramineous plants in Xishuangbanna, China
New Muscodor endophytes were recorded in tropical gramineous plants and a number of strains showed remarkable bioactive properties and have important potential applications in the fields of plant disease control.
Biogeography and Ecology of Magnaporthales: A Case Study
- Jiazhu Feng, Wei-Ting Liu, Jia-Jie Chen, Chulong Zhang
- Environmental Science, GeographyFrontiers in Microbiology
- 6 May 2021
It is found that Magnaporthales is a dominant order in the endophytic fungi of Poaceae, indicating that they may have saprophytic and parasitic differentiation in nutritional modes and lifestyles and a meta-analysis revealed that most species of Magnap Forthales have characteristic geographical, host, and tissue specificity.