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Authors You, Y.-H., H. Yoon, Y. Seo, M. Kim, J.-H. Shin, I.-J. Lee, Y.-S. Choo and J.-G. Kim
Title Analysis of Genomic Diversity of Endophytic Fungal Strains Isolated from the Roots of Suaeda japonica and S-maritima for the Restoration of Ecosystems in Buan Salt Marsh
Source Korean Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology
Author Keywords Fungi, Plantae Fungi, Microorganisms, Nonvascular Plants, Plants Ascomycetes [15100] [Ascomycota]/Dicotyledones, Angiospermae, Spermatophyta, Plantae Angiosperms, Dicots, Plants, Spermatophytes, Vascular Plants Chenopodiaceae [25795] [Suaeda japonica] [Suaeda maritima (halophyte)]/Plantae Fungi, Microorganisms, Nonvascular Plants, Plants Fungi [15000] [Agaricales] [Dothideales] [Hypocreales] [Pleosporales] [Eurotiales] [Basidiomycota] [Incertae sedis] [Capnodiales] [Fungi (endophytic)]
Abstract Analysis of Genomic Diversity of Endophytic Fungal Strains Isolated from the Roots of Suaeda japonica and S. maritima for the Restoration of Ecosystems in Buan Salt Marsh. You, Young-Hyun(1), Hyeokjun Yoon(1), Yeonggyo Seo(1), Miae Kim(1), Jae-Ho Shin(2), In-Jung Lee(2), Yeon-Sik Choo(3), and Jong-Guk Kim(1)*. (1)School of Life Sciences, (2)School of Applied Biosciences, (3)Department of Biology, College of National Sciences, Kyungpook National University, Daegu 702-701, Korea - Eighty-four endophytic fungal strains were isolated and identified from the roots of halophytes collected in Buan salt marsh. All halophyte samples, such as Suaeda japonica, and Suaeda maritima were isolated from Buan salt marsh. All endophytic fungi isolated were analyzed by sequences of internal transcribed spacer (ITS) containing ITS1, 5.8s and ITS2 region. All endophytic fungi expressed that fungal strains belong to eight orders; Pleosporales (45%), Eurotiales (27%), Incertae sedis (11%), Dothideales (6%), Capnodiales (5%), Hypocreales (5%), and Agaricales (1%). All endophytic fungi were confirmed at the genus level of Ascomycota and Basidiomycota, containing Alternaria, Ascomycota, Aspergillus, Aureobasidium, Cladosporium, Eupenicillium, Fusarium, Gibberella, Hypocrea, Lewia, Macrophoma, Penicilliam, Peyronellaea, Phoma, Pleospora, Pleosporales, Pseudeurotium, Schizophyllum, and Talaromyces. Alternaria (21%) and Penicillium (13%) were the dominant endophytic fungal strains. In this study, endophytic fungal strains analyzed from S. japonica and S. maritime, Alternaria (21%), and Penicillium (13%) of Pleosporales and Eurotiales in halophytes were very abundant.
Author Address Kim, Jong-Guk; Kyungpook Natl Univ, Coll Natl Sci, Sch Life Sci, Taegu 702701, South Korea
ISSN 1598-642X
ISBN 1598-642X
Publication Date Dec
Year Published 2012
Volume 40
Issue 4
Beginning Page 287-295
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.4014/kjmb.1207.07025
Unique Article Identifier BCI:BCI201300179240
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