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MAFF No.305748
CategoryFungus
Scientific nameColletotrichum chlorophyti S. Chandra et Tandon
Reidentified byT. Sato (Updated: Mar 2015)
Deposited asColletotrichum truncatum (Schweinitz) Andrus et W.D. Moore (CDSC)
IdentifierT. Sato
Taxonomic statusApproved strain
SourceVigna radiata (L.) Wilczek
LocationJAPAN (TOKYO)
IsolatorM. Aoki
DepositorM. Aoki
DesignationMoyashi3
MediumPotato dextrose agar (hand made) (Potato 200g for decoction, Glucose 20g, Agar 17-20g, Distilled water 1000ml)
Temperature18℃
HazardPathogenic (plant)
SequenceActin CHS-1 GPDH H3 ITS β-tubulin
PhotoMicrograph Micrograph Micrograph Micrograph Plate, face Plate, reverse
ReferenceAoki, M., Numata, K. and Miyao, S., Studies on the manufacturing technique of black matpe sprouts, Bulletin of the Tokyo Metropolitan Agricultural Experiment Station, 19, 103-119, 1986 [URL]
Moriwaki, J., Tsukiboshi, T. and Sato, T., Grouping of Colletotrichum species in Japan based on rDNA sequences, Journal of General Plant Pathology, 68(4), 307-320, 2002 [DOI]
Sato, T., Aoki, M., Aoki, T., Kubota, M., Yaguchi, T., Uzuhashi, S. and Tomioka, K., Fungi isolated from spoiled bean sprouts in Japan, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly : JARQ, 48(3), 317-329, 2014 [URL]
Sato, T., Fungi isolated from rotten bean sprouts and its spoiled ingredients, MAFF Microorganism Genetic Resources Manual, 37, 1-19, 2015 [URL]
Sato, T., Moriwaki, J. and Kaneko, S., Anthracnose fungi with curved conidia, Colletotrichum spp. belonging to ribosomal groups 9-13, and their host ranges in Japan, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly : JARQ, 49(4), 351-362, 2015 [DOI]
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