Anti-oomycete compounds from Ganoderma appalantum, a wood rot basidiomycete.

  title={Anti-oomycete compounds from Ganoderma appalantum, a wood rot basidiomycete.},
  author={J. Sudisha and Hunthrike Shekar Shetty},
  journal={Natural product research},
  volume={23 8},
Solvent extracts of 17 different basidiomycetes were tested for their ability to inhibit Sclerospora graminicola. Among those tested, only three basidiomycete crude extracts exhibited significant inhibition on pathogen sporulation, zoospore release and zoospore motility. In vitro, the chloroform extract of Ganoderma appalantum (3 mg mL(-1)) recorded a maximum sporangial inhibition of 52.5 and 82.0% zoospore release and 92.5% motility. Crude extracts of three different basidiomycete fungi were… CONTINUE READING
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