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Bactrodesmium cubense

Known as: Trichocladium cubense, Trichocladium cubensis 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
Tesis (Ingenieria Biotecnologica), Instituto Politecnico Nacional, UPIBI, 2016, 1 archivo PDF, (37 paginas). tesis.ipn.mx 
2014
2014
Five new polyketides, trichocladinols D-H (1-5) with dioxatricyclic (1-3) and oxabicyclic (4 and 5) skeletons, and the known… Expand
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2008
2008
The patterns of conidiogenesis of Trichocladium achrasporum were observed by the method of slide culturing.The conidia were… Expand
Review
2007
Review
2007
A survey on the filamentous microfungi inhabiting soil and mud of the tidal zone of Khawr Al-Zubair canal, Southern Iraq was… Expand
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2006
2006
. The tidal range is approximately 2 m. Brackish site A (Site II) - The canal at this point is approximately 20 m wide and 2 m… Expand
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2006
2006
Two new fungal species namely Trichocladium sigmoidea sp. nov. and T. palmae sp. nov. associated with some litter samples of… Expand
2006
2006
Assays were carried out to evaluate effects of detritus size on the mineralization of an aquatic macrophyte, the Oxycaryum… Expand
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1998
1998
Ascolacicola aquatica gen. et sp. nov., and Ascotaiwania mitriformis sp. nov., from decaying sub- merged wood collected in the… Expand
1997
1997
The occurrence of lignicolous marine fungi in Antarctic marine water far from the coast is reported. Thirty-six wooden baits… Expand
1958
1958
Studies were undertaken to compare certain aspects of the physiology of representative saprophytic and parasitic soil inhabiting… Expand
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