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Resistance of Fusarium fujikuroi Isolates to Hydrogen Peroxide and Its Application for Fungal Isolation
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  • Journal title : Research in Plant Disease
  • Volume 21, Issue 3,  2015, pp.227-230
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Plant Pathology
  • DOI : 10.5423/RPD.2015.21.3.227
 Title & Authors
Resistance of Fusarium fujikuroi Isolates to Hydrogen Peroxide and Its Application for Fungal Isolation
Youn, Kihoon; Choi, Hyo-Won; Shin, Dong Bum; Jung, Boknam; Lee, Jungkwan;
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 Abstract
The ascomycete fungus Fusarium fujikuroi causes bakanae disease in rice and this disease has been reemerging in Korea. Other fungal species including F. graminearum and Magnaporthe oryzae are often associated with F. fujikuroi, hampering pure isolation of F. fujikuroi from rice. In this study, we modified a selective medium for F. fujikuroi as supplementing both pentachloronitrobenzene and hydrogen peroxide into minimal medium. This medium efficiently suppressed the vegetative growth of F. graminearum and M. oryzae, but did not significantly reduce F. fujikuroi growth, providing an efficient tool for isolating F. fujikuroi.
 Keywords
Bakanae disease;Fusarium fujikuroi;Hydrogen peroxide;Pentachloronitrobenzene;Selective medium;
 Language
English
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