Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici (Saccardo) Snyder et Hansen, anamorph (ATCC® 201829)

Strain Designations: FOL3  /  Product Format: frozen

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Strain Designations FOL3
Application
biological control by Penicillium oxalicum
Biosafety Level 1
Product Format frozen
Type Strain no
Preceptrol® no
Race
Race 2
Comments
Chlamydospores are more infective than microconidia
Biological control by Penicillium oxalicum
Morphology After 5 days on Potato dextrose medium at 25°C, colony is appressed, hyphae hyaline, red soluble pigment produced.  Macroconidia sparse, hyaline, with attenuated apical cell and a foot-shaped basal cell.  Microconidia abundant, single-celled, cylindrical or reniform, produced on short, unbranched monophialides.  Chlamydospores not observed.
Medium ATCC® Medium 28: Emmons' modification of Sabouraud's agar
ATCC® Medium 336: Potato dextrose agar (PDA)
Growth Conditions
Temperature: 24°C to 26°C
Atmosphere: Typical aerobic
Sequenced Data
No DNA sequencing was performed in house on this product.
Morphology After 5 days on Potato dextrose medium at 25°C, colony is appressed, hyphae hyaline, red soluble pigment produced.  Macroconidia sparse, hyaline, with attenuated apical cell and a foot-shaped basal cell.  Microconidia abundant, single-celled, cylindrical or reniform, produced on short, unbranched monophialides.  Chlamydospores not observed.
Name of Depositor A De Cal
Chain of Custody
ATCC <-- A De Cal <-- J Tello
Isolation
tomato, southern Spain
References

De Cal A, et al. Involvement of resistance induction by Penicillum oxalicum in the biocontrol of tomato wilt. Plant Pathol. 46: 72-79, 1997.

De Cal A, et al. A rapid laboratory method for assessing the biological control potential of Penicillium oxalicum against Fusarium wilt of tomato. Plant Pathol. 46: 699-707, 1997.

De Cal A, et al. Biological control of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici. Plant Pathol. 44: 909-917, 1995.

De Cal A, et al. Infectivity of chlamydospores vs microconidia of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici on tomato. J. Phytopathol. 145: 231-233, 1997.

De Cal A, et al. Induced resistance by Penicillium oxalicum against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici: histological studies of infected and induced tomato stems. Phytopathology 90: 260-268, 2000.

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