Muscodor fengyangensis sp. nov. from southeast China: morphology, physiology and production of volatile compounds.

@article{Zhang2010MuscodorFS,
  title={Muscodor fengyangensis sp. nov. from southeast China: morphology, physiology and production of volatile compounds.},
  author={Chu-long Zhang and Guo-ping Wang and Li-juan Mao and Monika Komoń-Zelazowska and Zhi-Lin Yuan and Fucheng Lin and Irina S Druzhinina and Christian Peter Kubicek},
  journal={Fungal biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={114 10},
  pages={797-808}
}
The fungal genus Muscodor was erected on the basis of Muscodor albus, an endophytic fungus originally isolated from Cinnamomum zeylanicum. It produces a mixture of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with antimicrobial activity that can be used as mycofumigants. The genus currently comprises five species. Here we describe the isolation and characterization of a new species of Muscodor on the basis of five endophytic fungal strains from leaves of Actinidia chinensis, Pseudotaxus chienii and an… CONTINUE READING

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