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Extracellular enzymes produced by microorganisms isolated from maritime Antarctica
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Most of yeasts and bacteria grew better at 20°C than at 4°C, however the opposite was observed with the fungi, and enzymatic activities present in 161 microorganisms isolated from these locations are reported.
Morphological and molecular characterisation of Campylocarpon and Cylindrocarpon spp. associated with black foot disease of grapevines in Uruguay
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Six phylogenetic groups were found that matched six previously known taxa and were supported by morphological characteristics, the first step towards a better understanding and management of black foot disease in local conditions.
Diversity of fungal latent pathogens and true endophytes associated with fruit trees in Uruguay
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It is demonstrated that apple, pear, blueberry and peach healthy shoots can host many known endophytic fungi along with potential wood disease‐causing fungi that should be regarded as latent pathogens.
Characterization of Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with grapevines in Uruguay
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Isolates obtained from adult grapevines showing symptoms of die-back and esca in vineyards from all grape-growing regions of Uruguay and also from canes of asymptomatic mother plants in a commercial nursery confirmed the presence of Lasiodiplodia theobromae and Neofusicoccum australe and N. kwambonambiense.
Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with wood diseases of stone and pome fruits trees: symptoms and virulence across different hosts in Uruguay
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The fact that fungal isolates obtained from one host could cause disease symptoms also in some of the alternative hosts suggests that cross infections are possible between apple, pear and peach trees.
Penicillium species present in Uruguayan salami.
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Findings suggest that some fungal isolates from the surface of salami such as P. nalgiovense are potentially useful as starters in sausage manufacture.
Endophytic fungi from flowers, capsules and seeds of Eucalyptus globulus.
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C. chrysosperma was asymptomatically present in flowers, capsules, hypocotyls, cotyledons and peduncles and F. eucalypti was isolated from asymPTomatic flowers and capsules.
First report of Teratosphaeria pseudoeucalypti in Uruguay
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The pathogen was identified by morphological characteristics and sequence analysis of the ITS-2, parts of the βT and part of the EF-1α DNA.
Endophytic fungi of twigs and leaves of three native species of Myrtaceae in Uruguay.
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The main purpose of this research was to examine the endophytic fungal composition of leaves and twigs of Blepharocalyx salicifolius, Myrceugenia glaucescens and Acca sellowiana (Myrtaceae-Myrtoideae) growing within their natural distribution area in southern central Uruguay.
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