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Identification of Microdochium bolleyi Associated with Basal Rot of Creeping Bent Grass in Korea.

Hong SK, Kim WG, Choi HW, Lee SY - Mycobiology (2008)

Bottom Line: Symptoms of basal rot occurred sporadically on creeping bent grasses growing at a golf course in Hampyeong, Korea in April 2007.Ten isolates of Microdochium sp. were obtained from leaves and crowns of the diseased bent grasses.All isolates were identified as Microdochium bolleyi based on morphological, cultural, and molecular characteristics.

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Affiliation: Plant Pathology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, Rural Development Administration, Suwon 441-707, Korea.

ABSTRACT
Symptoms of basal rot occurred sporadically on creeping bent grasses growing at a golf course in Hampyeong, Korea in April 2007. Ten isolates of Microdochium sp. were obtained from leaves and crowns of the diseased bent grasses. All isolates were identified as Microdochium bolleyi based on morphological, cultural, and molecular characteristics. This is the first report on M. bolleyi associated with basal rot on creeping bent grass in Korea.

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Phylogenetic tree of Microdochium spp. and other fungi based on entire ITS sequences of nuclear rDNA. The tree was constructed by the neighbor-joining method. The values of each clade are confidence levels from a 1000 replicate bootstrap sampling. Numbers in parentheses are accession numbers found in the GenBank database.
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Figure 5: Phylogenetic tree of Microdochium spp. and other fungi based on entire ITS sequences of nuclear rDNA. The tree was constructed by the neighbor-joining method. The values of each clade are confidence levels from a 1000 replicate bootstrap sampling. Numbers in parentheses are accession numbers found in the GenBank database.

Mentions: A phylogenetic tree based on rDNA-ITS sequences of Microdochium spp. and related fungal species demonstrated that isolate M0701 had the same sequence as M. bolleyi but different from M. nivale and M. oryzae, and is distantly related to Microdochium phragmitis Syd (Fig. 5).


Identification of Microdochium bolleyi Associated with Basal Rot of Creeping Bent Grass in Korea.

Hong SK, Kim WG, Choi HW, Lee SY - Mycobiology (2008)

Phylogenetic tree of Microdochium spp. and other fungi based on entire ITS sequences of nuclear rDNA. The tree was constructed by the neighbor-joining method. The values of each clade are confidence levels from a 1000 replicate bootstrap sampling. Numbers in parentheses are accession numbers found in the GenBank database.
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Figure 5: Phylogenetic tree of Microdochium spp. and other fungi based on entire ITS sequences of nuclear rDNA. The tree was constructed by the neighbor-joining method. The values of each clade are confidence levels from a 1000 replicate bootstrap sampling. Numbers in parentheses are accession numbers found in the GenBank database.
Mentions: A phylogenetic tree based on rDNA-ITS sequences of Microdochium spp. and related fungal species demonstrated that isolate M0701 had the same sequence as M. bolleyi but different from M. nivale and M. oryzae, and is distantly related to Microdochium phragmitis Syd (Fig. 5).

Bottom Line: Symptoms of basal rot occurred sporadically on creeping bent grasses growing at a golf course in Hampyeong, Korea in April 2007.Ten isolates of Microdochium sp. were obtained from leaves and crowns of the diseased bent grasses.All isolates were identified as Microdochium bolleyi based on morphological, cultural, and molecular characteristics.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Plant Pathology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, Rural Development Administration, Suwon 441-707, Korea.

ABSTRACT
Symptoms of basal rot occurred sporadically on creeping bent grasses growing at a golf course in Hampyeong, Korea in April 2007. Ten isolates of Microdochium sp. were obtained from leaves and crowns of the diseased bent grasses. All isolates were identified as Microdochium bolleyi based on morphological, cultural, and molecular characteristics. This is the first report on M. bolleyi associated with basal rot on creeping bent grass in Korea.

No MeSH data available.