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Cell-wall-degrading enzymes produced in vitro and in vivo by Rhizoctonia solani, the causative fungus of peanut sheath blight
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The crude enzymes extracted from liquid culture of R. solani induced decay of healthy peanut leaves, and the fungal growth and/or pH were important factors for the production of PG, PMG and Cx in culture with pectin plus CMC as the carbon source. Expand
Effects of phenolic acids from ginseng rhizosphere on soil fungi structure, richness and diversity in consecutive monoculturing of ginseng
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Soil fungal communities were identified using Illumina MiSeq sequencing, applied to soils that consecutively cultured ginseng for six years and new forest soil (NFS), or receiving application of phenolic acids (PAs), and results suggest that the PAs may enhance the fungi richness, decrease the fungi diversity and changed the fungi structure to increase fungal pathogen loads. Expand
First Report of Nothophoma quercina Causing Leaf Spot Disease of Phellodendron amurense in China
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The fungus from symptomatic tissues was identified as Nothophoma quercina based on molecular phylogenetic analysis combined with morphological and cultural characteristics and this is the first report of leaf spot on P. amurense caused by N. quercinas in China. Expand
Proteomic analysis of differentially expressed proteins induced by salicylic acid in suspension-cultured ginseng cells.
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Preliminary results demonstrated that phenol extraction method was the best method based on protein extraction efficiency and the good quality of 2-DE patterns for suspension-cultured ginseng cells. Expand
Characterization of Sclerotinia nivalis causing Sclerotinia rot of Pulsatilla koreana in China
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The isolates from P. koreana were identified as Sclerotinia nivalis based on morphological and culture characteristics, pathogenicity and ITS sequence analysis, and the fungus grew well on all media tested except Czapek. Expand
Effects of Methyl Jasmonate on Cylindrocarpon Root Rot Development on Ginseng
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Low concentrations of MeJA stimulated the activities of defense enzymes in treated ginseng roots and alleviated the damage of roots from C. destructans, suggesting that the control of Cylindrocarpon root rot by MeJA may involve the activation of the disease-related defense system. Expand
Transcriptome analysis of Sclerotinia ginseng and comparative analysis with the genome of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
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Phylogenetic analysis of amino acid sequences for four polygalacturonase genes and a pH-response transcription factor homologous gene identified in S. ginseng revealed a close evolutionary relationship with other species of Sclerotiniaceae. Expand
Formation of sclerotia in Sclerotinia ginseng and composition of the sclerotial exudate
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It is found that PDA was the optimal medium for exudate production, while SDA medium resulted in the highest mycelial growth rate and the earliest emergence of exudates from sclerotia was on OA-YE and V8 media. Expand
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