Details of microorganism genetic resources

Details of MAFF 239362
MAFF No.239362
CategoryFungus
Scientific nameColletotrichum carthami (Fukui) S. Uematsu, Kageyama, Moriwaki et Toy. Sato (CASC) = Colletotrichum chrysanthemi (Hori) Sawada (CASC)
Taxonomic statusApproved strain
Reidentified byT. Sato (Updated: Apr 2013)
Deposited asColletotrichum acutatum J.H. Simmonds
IdentifierS. Uematsu
SourceChrysanthemum coronarium L. var. spatiosum L.H.Bailey
Site on the sourcestem
LocationJAPAN (CHIBA)
Isolation dateDec 1997
IsolatorS. Uematsu
DepositorS. Uematsu
DesignationCH97CHCO1
MediumModified Weitzman-Silva-Huntner Agar (Oatmeal 10.0g, KH2PO4 1.0g, MgSO4・7H2O 1.0g, NaNO3 1.0g, Agar 20.0g) pH 非調整
Temperature26℃
Time7days
HazardPathogenic (plant)
SequenceActin CHS-1 GPDH H3 ITS β-tubulin
PhotoMicrograph Micrograph Micrograph Symptom, etc. Symptom, etc. Plate, face Plate, reverse
Reference
  • Sato, T. and Moriwaki, J. (2013). Molecular re-identification of strains in NIAS Genebank belonging to phylogenetic groups A2 and A4 of the Colletotrichum acutatum species complex. Microbial Resources and Systematics (Microbiology and Culture Collections) 29(1): 13-23. [jsmrs.jp]
  • Sato, T. and Moriwaki, J. (2013). Re-classification of the Colletotrichum acutatum group A2 and A4 and re-identification of strains belonging to the groups in Japan. Plant Protection 67(7): 367-372. [jppa.or.jp]
  • Sato, T. and Moriwaki, J. (2013). Splitting of the Colletotrichum acutatum species complex and re-identification of anthracnose pathogens. Plant Protection 67(2): 113-120. [jppa.or.jp]
  • Sato, T., Moriwaki, J. and Misawa, T. (2013). Molecular re-identification of strains of the Colletotrichum acutatum species complex deposited in the NIAS genebank and morphological characteristics of its member species. Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly : JARQ 47(3): 295-305. [10.6090/jarq.47.295]
  • Uematsu, S., Kageyama, K., Moriwaki, J. and Sato, T. (2012). Colletotrichum carthami comb. nov., an anthracnose pathogen of safflower, garland chrysanthemum and pot marigold, revived by molecular phylogeny with authentic herbarium specimens. Journal of General Plant Pathology 78(5): 316-330. [10.1007/s10327-012-0397-3]
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