+ Site Statistics
References:
52,654,530
Abstracts:
29,560,856
PMIDs:
28,072,755
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn

+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Studies on growth response of some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta in different nitrogen media. Studies on formation and role of synthetic oligosaccharides during the utilization of complex carbohydrates by some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta



Studies on growth response of some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta in different nitrogen media. Studies on formation and role of synthetic oligosaccharides during the utilization of complex carbohydrates by some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta



Flora, Jena. 154: 1, 81-88



In liquid culture KNO3 was a very good N source for all 12 P. spp., while NH4NO3 was much poorer. Among the organic sources, short-chain amino acids were good. The drift of pH to acidity in KNO3 was reversed after the 6th day; in NH4NO3 the initial acidic trend continued longer. In (NH4)2SO4, a poor N source, there was a sharp fall in pH which could be prevented by addition of Na fumarate or Na succinate, permitting normal growth.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 014689575

Download citation: RISBibTeXText



Related references

Studies on formation and role of synthetic oligo-saccharides during the utilization of complex carbohydrates by some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta. Flora Allg Bot Zertung [Jena] 154(1): 81-88, 1964

Studies on growth response of some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta in different nitrogen media. Flora Allg Bot Zeitung [Jena] 154(1): 1-11, 1964

Studies on conidial dispersal of some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta. Naturwissenschaften 50(9): 360, 1963

The utilization of L-sorbose by some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta. Proc Indian Acad Sci Sect B 57(4): 230-234, 1963

The assimilation of sugars by three pathogenic species of Phyllosticta. Proc Natl Acad Sci India Sect B 27(4): 196-203, 1957

Phyllosticta sp nov, a New Pathogenic Species from Buxus sincia. Journal of Phytopathology 157(7-8): 470-473, 2009

Amino acid composition of some pathogenic species of Phyllosticta. Flora Allg Bot Zeitung [Jena] 153(1): 49-53, 1963

Endophytic and pathogenic Phyllosticta species, with reference to those associated with Citrus Black Spot. Persoonia 26: 47-56, 2011

The influence of carbon source on the amino acid composition of three pathogenic species of Phyllosticta. Phyton Rev Internac Bot Exptl Argentina 15(1): 91-94, 1960

Polyphasic characterization of four new plant pathogenic Phyllosticta species from China, Japan, and the United States. Fungal Biology 119(5): 433-446, 2016

Phyllosticta tortilicaudata new species on atherosperma moschatum in australia and further notes on phyllosticta beaumarisii. Australasian Plant Pathology 16(3): 59-65, 1987

Phyllosticta species on orchids (Orchidaceae), introducing Phyllosticta speewahensis sp nov (Phyllostictaceae, Ascomycota) from northern Australia. Sydowia 65(1): 139-146, 2013

Two new species of Phyllosticta from India Phyllosticta dieffenbachiae, Phyllosticta dracaenicola, India. Current science 51(9): 480-481, 1982

Studies on changes in the complex of cardenolide glycosides caused by pathogenic fungi of Digitalis. vI. influence of some medium constituents on activities on the enzymes metabolizing lanatosides A and C formed by Colletotrichum fuscum, Phyllosticta digitalis and Septoria digitalis. Acta poloniae pharmaceutica: 3 (3) 389-394, 1976

Studies on the nutrition and metabolism of pathogenic fungi in muscardine disease i nitrogen utilization by synthetic media of beauveria bassiana isaria farinosa and isaria fumoso rosea. Journal of Sericultural Science of Japan 37(4): 288-294, 1968