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Author(s):Kawakami, Akira; Matsumoto, Naoyuki; Naito, Shigeo
Author Affiliation:Kawakami: National Agricultural Research Center for Hokkaido Region, Winter Stress Laboratory, Toyohira, Sapporo; Matsumoto: National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba; Naito: Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
Title:Environmental factors influencing sporocarp formation in Typhula ishikariensis
Source:Journal of General Plant Pathology. Vol. 70, No. 1, February 2004, p. 1-6.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Tokyo, Japan: Phytopathological Society of Japan
Related Web URL:http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10327-003-0086-3
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Basidiomycota; Environmental factors; Fungus infection; Research; Sclerotium; Fruiting bodies; Typhula blight
Abstract/Contents:"Environmental factors influencing sporocarp formation in Typhula ishikariensis were studied under controlled conditions. Sporocarp formation in T. ishikariensis was divided into two stages: stipe elongation from the sclerotium and fertile head development at the tip of the stipe. Factors required for each stage differed. At the stipe elongation stage, low temperature (10°/5°C; day/night) and high humidity were important, but light was not required. In contrast, at the fertile head stage, light and moderate day length (8h/day) were essential. Fertile heads developed at 46μEm-2s-1; and high intensity (137 μ Em-2s-1) did not suppress development. Moreover, adding unsterilized soil to the sea sand medium accelerated sporocarp formation. These findings imply that the sclerotium of T. ishikariensis recognizes several physical factors for sporocarp formation. Sporocarps of T. ishikariensis developed within 4 weeks after incubation under optimal conditions. The sporocarp produced basidiospores, and differential mating incompatibility was confirmed among monokaryons derived from basidiospores produced under artificial conditions. This method should be useful for obtaining monokaryons for genetic studies of T. ishikariensis."
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Kawakami, A., N. Matsumoto, and S. Naito. 2004. Environmental factors influencing sporocarp formation in Typhula ishikariensis. J. Gen. Plant Pathol. 70(1):p. 1-6.
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DOI: 10.1007/s10327-003-0086-3
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