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Genomic and Proteomic Analyses of the Fungus Arthrobotrys oligospora Provide Insights into Nematode-Trap Formation
Nematode-trapping fungi are “carnivorous” and attack their hosts using specialized trapping devices. The morphological development of these traps is the key indicator of their switch from saprophyticExpand
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Arabidopsis heat shock factor HsfA1a directly senses heat stress, pH changes, and hydrogen peroxide via the engagement of redox state.
Arabidopsis heat shock factor HsfA1a is present in a latent, monomeric state under normal conditions; its activation involves heat stress-induced trimerization, binding to heat shock element inExpand
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New insights into the evolution of subtilisin-like serine protease genes in Pezizomycotina
BackgroundSubtilisin-like serine proteases play an important role in pathogenic fungi during the penetration and colonization of their hosts. In this study, we perform an evolutionary analysis of theExpand
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The contribution of Pir protein family to yeast cell surface display
Proteins with internal repeats (Pir) in the Baker’s yeast are located on the cell wall and include four highly homologous members. Recently, Pir proteins have become increasingly used as anchorExpand
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Assessing cypermethrin-contaminated soil with three different earthworm test methods.
A series of tests (lethal, sublethal, and behavioral) on earthworms were conducted as an eco-assessment of pesticides. In this study, the toxicity of cypermethrin-contaminating soil on adult andExpand
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Fungal systematics and evolution : FUSE 4
Eight new species presented are Calostoma areolatum collected in Wuyishan National Park (China), Crinipellis bidens from Hubei Province (China), Lactifluus sainii from Himalayan India, Inocybe elataExpand
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Three new species of soil-inhabiting Trichoderma from southwest China
Abstract Fungi in the genus Trichoderma are widely distributed in China, including in Yunnan province. In this study, we report three new soil-inhabiting species in Trichoderma, named asExpand
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Cloning and expression analysis of a chitinase gene Crchi1 from the mycoparasitic fungus Clonostachys rosea (syn. Gliocladium roseum).
Clonostachys rosea (syn. Gliocladium roseum) is a well-known biocontrol agent and widely distributed around the world. In this study, an endochitinase gene Crchi1 was isolated from the mycoparasiticExpand
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Structure, Gene Flow, and Recombination among Geographic Populations of a Russula virescens Ally from Southwestern China
Mushrooms that are morphologically indistinguishable from Russula virescens (Schaeff.) Fr. are among the most popular wild edible mushrooms in Yunnan province, southwestern China. However, almostExpand
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