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Diplodia corticola and Phytophthora cinnamomi: the main pathogens involved in holm oak decline on Caprera Island (Italy)
Summary Since 2008, severe and widespread tree decline and mortality has been observed at the main growing Quercus ilex L. (holm oak) forest on Caprera Island, Italy. To clarify theExpand
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A taxonomic re‐evaluation reveals that Phytophthora cinnamomi and P. cinnamomi var. parvispora are separate species
Between 2008 and 2011, severe dieback associated with root and collar rot was reported on Arbutus unedo in several sites in Sardinia, Italy. Isolations from infected tissues and rhizosphere soilExpand
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Occurrence and characterization of peptaibols from Trichoderma citrinoviride, an endophytic fungus of cork oak, using electrospray ionization quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
A cork oak endophytic strain of Trichoderma citrinoviride, previously selected for its antagonistic potential against various fungal pathogens involved in oak decline, was screened for the productionExpand
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Viridepyronone, a new antifungal 6-substituted 2H-pyran-2-one produced by Trichoderma viride.
A new antifungal 6-substituted 2H-pyran-2-one, named viridepyronone, has been isolated from a cultural filtrate of a strain of Trichoderma viride showing antagonistic activity in vitro towardExpand
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Biscopyran, a phytotoxic hexasubstituted pyranopyran produced by Biscogniauxia mediterranea, a fungus pathogen of cork oak.
A new phytotoxic hexasubstituted pyranopyran, biscopyran (3), was isolated together with phenylacetic acid (2) and previously isolated 5-methylmellein (1) from the liquid culture filtrates ofExpand
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Diplobifuranylones A and B, 5'-monosubstituted tetrahydro-2H-bifuranyl-5-ones produced by Diplodia corticola, a fungus pathogen of cork oak.
Two new 5'-monosubstituted tetrahydro-2H-bifuranyl-5-ones, named diplobifuranylones A and B (1 and 2), were isolated from the culture filtrates of Diplodia corticola, the causal agent of a canker ofExpand
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Diplodia africana causing dieback disease on Juniperus phoenicea: a new host and first report in the northern hemisphere
Branch dieback was observed on Phoenicean juniper trees, in a natural growing area on Caprera Island (Italy), during 2009 and 2010. Fungal isolates obtained from symptomatic twigs and branchesExpand
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Diplopyrone, a new phytotoxic tetrahydropyranpyran-2-one produced by Diplodia mutila, a fungus pathogen of cork oak.
A new phytotoxic monosubstituted tetrahydropyranpyran-2-one, named diplopyrone (1), was isolated from the liquid culture filtrates of Diplodia mutila, a plant pathogenic fungus causing a form ofExpand
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Evaluation of in vitro anticancer activity of sphaeropsidins A–C, fungal rearranged pimarane diterpenes, and semisynthetic derivatives
Abstract Sphaeropsidins A (1), B (7) and C (10), three fungal phytotoxins, unrearranged pimarane diterpenes produced by Diplodia cupressi and 10 semisynthetic derivatives were evaluated for their inExpand
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Cyclobotryoxide, a phytotoxic metabolite produced by the plurivorous pathogen Neofusicoccum australe.
Two isolates of Neofusicoccum australe belonging to ITS haplotypes H4 and H1 and associated with grapevine cordon dieback and branch dieback of Phoenicean juniper, respectively, have been shown toExpand
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