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MAFF No.238538
CategoryFungus
Scientific nameFusarium solani (Martius) Saccardo f. sp. mori Y. Sakurai et Matuo
IdentifierT. Matsuo
Taxonomic statusReference strain, Approved strain
SourceMorus alba L.
Site on the sourcetwig
LocationJAPAN (NAGANO)
Isolation dateApr 1956
IsolatorY. Sakurai
DepositorK. O'Donnell
DesignationNRRL22157
History<-- NRRL Culture Collection, NRRL 22157 <-- American Type Culture Collection, ATCC 18689 <-- none, SUF 217-5
MediumSynthetic Low Nutrient Agar (KH2PO4 1.0g, KNO3 1.0g, MgSO4・7H2O 0.5g, KCl 0.5g, Dextrose 0.2g, Sucrose 0.2g, 1N NaOH 0.6ml, Agar 23.0g, Distilled Water 1000ml)
Temperature20℃
Time14days
HazardPathogenic (plant)
SequenceH3 ITS-L MtSSU
PhotoPlate, face Plate, reverse
ReferenceNakata, N., Yokoyama, T. and Nakamura, K., Multiplex PCR for detecting Fusarium oxysporum, F. solani and Pythium sulcatum present in blot-like lesions of carrots, Annual Report of the Kanto-Tosan Plant Protection Society, 65, 39-43, 2018
Aoki, T., O'Donnell, K., Homma, Y. and Lattanzi, A.R., Sudden-death syndrome of soybean is caused by two morphologically and phylogenetically distinct species within the Fusarium solani species complex-F. virguliforme in North America and F. tucumaniae in South America, Mycologia, 95(4), 660-684, 2003 [URL]
Tomioka, K., Hirooka, Y., Takezaki, A., Aoki, T. and Sato, T., Fusarium root rot of prairie gentian caused by a species belonging to the Fusarium solani species complex, Journal of General Plant Pathology, 77(2), 132-135, 2011 [DOI]
Watanabe, M., Yonezawa, T., Lee, K., Kumagai, S., Sugita-Konishi, Y., Goto, K. and Hara-Kudo, Y., Molecular phylogeny of the higher and lower taxonomy of the Fusarium genus and differences in the evolutionary histories of multiple genes, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11, 322, 2011 [DOI]
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