A model for bacterial-fungal interactions

 
9783659407079: A model for bacterial-fungal interactions

Symbiosis, that is the living together of dissimilar organisms, is an important source of evolutionary novelty that has shaped life on earth. This work presents the first direct evidence that demonstrates that bacteria from the Genus Burkholderia thrive inside the fungal cytosol of several Rhizopus spp. to produce “mycotoxins”, namely rhizoxin and rhizonin. This bacterial-fungal symbiosis is tightly controlled given that the presence of bacteria is required for fungal sporulation. This dependency assures the vertical transmission of the endosymbionts along generations. Successful isolation and axenic cultivation of the bacterial symbionts under laboratory conditions, together with the capability of producing symbiont-free fungal strains, provided a beautiful experimental model for addressing further biosynthetic, evolutionary and ecological questions.

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Laila P. Partida Martínez is a scientist working as professor at CINVESTAV-Irapuato in México. She is the head of the Laboratory of Microbial Interactions, which focuses on plant-microbe and bacterial-fungal interactions, microbial natural products and microbial ecology.

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Descripción Estado de conservación: New. Publisher/Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing | Symbiosis, that is the living together of dissimilar organisms, is an important source of evolutionary novelty that has shaped life on earth. This work presents the first direct evidence that demonstrates that bacteria from the Genus Burkholderia thrive inside the fungal cytosol of several Rhizopus spp. to produce mycotoxins , namely rhizoxin and rhizonin. This bacterial-fungal symbiosis is tightly controlled given that the presence of bacteria is required for fungal sporulation. This dependency assures the vertical transmission of the endosymbionts along generations. Successful isolation and axenic cultivation of the bacterial symbionts under laboratory conditions, together with the capability of producing symbiont-free fungal strains, provided a beautiful experimental model for addressing further biosynthetic, evolutionary and ecological questions. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 116 pp. Nº de ref. de la librería K9783659407079

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Descripción LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Okt 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Estado de conservación: Neu. Neuware - Symbiosis, that is the living together of dissimilar organisms, is an important source of evolutionary novelty that has shaped life on earth. This work presents the first direct evidence that demonstrates that bacteria from the Genus Burkholderia thrive inside the fungal cytosol of several Rhizopus spp. to produce mycotoxins , namely rhizoxin and rhizonin. This bacterial-fungal symbiosis is tightly controlled given that the presence of bacteria is required for fungal sporulation. This dependency assures the vertical transmission of the endosymbionts along generations. Successful isolation and axenic cultivation of the bacterial symbionts under laboratory conditions, together with the capability of producing symbiont-free fungal strains, provided a beautiful experimental model for addressing further biosynthetic, evolutionary and ecological questions. 116 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. de la librería 9783659407079

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Descripción LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Okt 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Estado de conservación: Neu. Neuware - Symbiosis, that is the living together of dissimilar organisms, is an important source of evolutionary novelty that has shaped life on earth. This work presents the first direct evidence that demonstrates that bacteria from the Genus Burkholderia thrive inside the fungal cytosol of several Rhizopus spp. to produce mycotoxins , namely rhizoxin and rhizonin. This bacterial-fungal symbiosis is tightly controlled given that the presence of bacteria is required for fungal sporulation. This dependency assures the vertical transmission of the endosymbionts along generations. Successful isolation and axenic cultivation of the bacterial symbionts under laboratory conditions, together with the capability of producing symbiont-free fungal strains, provided a beautiful experimental model for addressing further biosynthetic, evolutionary and ecological questions. 116 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. de la librería 9783659407079

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Descripción LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Symbiosis, that is the living together of dissimilar organisms, is an important source of evolutionary novelty that has shaped life on earth. This work presents the first direct evidence that demonstrates that bacteria from the Genus Burkholderia thrive inside the fungal cytosol of several Rhizopus spp. to produce ?mycotoxins?, namely rhizoxin and rhizonin. This bacterial-fungal symbiosis is tightly controlled given that the presence of bacteria is required for fungal sporulation. This dependency assures the vertical transmission of the endosymbionts along generations. Successful isolation and axenic cultivation of the bacterial symbionts under laboratory conditions, together with the capability of producing symbiont-free fungal strains, provided a beautiful experimental model for addressing further biosynthetic, evolutionary and ecological questions. Nº de ref. de la librería KNV9783659407079

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