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Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize

A wide range of plant and fungal metabolites can occur in cereals and feed but only a limited number of target compounds are sought. This screening method is using a database of over 600 metabolites to establish contamination profiles in food and feed. Extracts were injected directly into an automat

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Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize

2014-1-1  Survey sample screening with database for the occurrence of fungal and plant metabolites. The data processing of survey samples for screening against the fungal and plant metabolite database allowed the determination of additional compounds in parallel to the 15 target compounds. The results are listed in Table 4. Compounds which have been

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Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize

A wide range of plant and fungal metabolites can occur in cereals and feed but only a limited number of target compounds are sought. This screening method is using a database of over 600 metabolites to establish contamination profiles in food and feed. Extracts were injected directly into an automated turbulent flow sample clean-up system, coupled to a...

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Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize

Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize and animal feed using automated on-line clean-up coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry January

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Screening Plant and Fungal Metabolites in Wheat, Maize

2015-4-16  Screening cereal crops for plant and fungal metabolites such as mycotoxins is an important step in ensuring food safety, guarding animals and

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Targeted Screening of Fungal and Plant Metabolites in

2017-9-6  Targeted Screening of Fungal and Plant Metabolites in Wheat, Corn, and Animal Feed Using Automated Online Sample Preparation Coupled to Orbitrap LC-MS Ebru Ates, Michal Godula, and Klaus Mittendorf Food Safety Response Center, Dreieich, Germany Method 63747 1. Schematic of Method It is a big challenge to analyze all these toxins with a

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Mass spectrometry-based metabolomics application to

Selected RR metabolites were assayed in vitro for antifungal activity on the basis of fungal biomass production. The application of these RR metabolites as potential biomarkers for screening and the potential of mass spectrometry-based metabolomics for the identification of gene functions are discussed.

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Selection and screening of fungal endophytes against

2021-3-1  Rojas et al. (2020) found that fungal endophytes from wheat plants are able to reduce FHB caused by F. graminearum. The objectives of this work were to obtain endophytic fungi from wheat tissues, and to screen them for their ability of to suppress the wheat pathogens, F. graminearum,M. majus,and W. circinata,first using dual cultures, and

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Metabolomics analysis of grains of wheat infected and

2021-9-23  Plant material and pathogen inoculation. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cv Dongxuan 3 seeds were collected from the Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

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Metabolomics and Secondary Metabolite Profiling of

2015-6-16  Ates E, Godula M, Stroka J, Senyuva H (2014) Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize and animal feed using automated on-line clean-up coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry. Food Chem 142(0):276–284 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar

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Targeted Screening of Fungal and Plant Metabolites in

We describe a method that can be applied, for targeted screening of 21 fungal and plant metabolites with automated online sample cleanup utilizing a Thermo Scientific Transcend system coupled to a Thermo Scientific Exactive high

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Mass Spectrometry Identifies Plant and Fungal Metabolites

2013-11-5  Ates, E. (2014) ‘Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize, and animal feed using automated on-line clean-up coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry.’ Food Chemistry, 142, 276–284; Zachariasova, M.et al. (2010).

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screening and identification of the biological control

2018-10-4  However, wheat yield and grain quality are greatly affected by disease epidemics and growing-season climates. Considerable losses occur due to plant diseases caused by soil-borne pathogenic fungi (Aggarwal et al. 2003). Bipolaris sorokiniana, a soil-borne fungal pathogen, is the causal agent of common root rot in wheat (Wei et al. 2017). The

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Screening, identification, and colonization of fungal root

2020-9-10  The goal of the present research was to ascertain the potential root endophytic fungi against Dematophora necatrix, Hartig, the causal pathogen of white root rot in apples; however, it has an expanded range of hosts across different fruit trees. Out of 36 endophytic fungi segregated from symptomless roots of apple, wheat, maize, marigold, cherry, and garlic plants, only 9

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(PDF) Screening of some pathogenic fungi for their

In these pot trials, metabolites of all the four fungal species reduced shoot and root growth significantly in 1-week old parthenium plants. Metabolites prepared in M

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Metabolomics analysis of grains of wheat infected and

2021-9-23  Plant material and pathogen inoculation. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cv Dongxuan 3 seeds were collected from the Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

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Cultivation Area Affects the Presence of Fungal

In this study, durum wheat kernels harvested in three climatically different Italian cultivation areas (Emilia Romagna, Umbria and Sardinia) in 2015, were analyzed with a combination of different isolation methods to determine their fungal communities, with a focus on Fusarium head blight (FHB) complex composition, and to detect fungal secondary metabolites in the grains.

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Targeted and Untargeted Metabolomics Profiling of Wheat

2021-11-19  Fusarium head blight (FHB), a notorious plant disease caused by Fusarium graminearum (F. graminearum), is severely harmful to wheat production, resulting in a decline in grain quality and yield. In order to develop novel control strategies, metabolomics has been increasingly used to characterize more comprehensive profiles of the mechanisms of

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Database of resistance related metabolites in Wheat

2017-11-6  Introduction. Fungi cause some of the major plant ailments with approximately 11 000 plant diseases directly attributed to fungi ().Fusarium Head Blight (FHB), primarily caused by Fusarium graminearum, is one of the most devastating diseases in wheat and barley with increasing prevalence due to changing climate, agricultural practices and suboptimal growth

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Control of stripe rust of wheat using indigenous

2021-7-14  High expression of this gene plays a major role in plant defense systems through callose deposition 37. β-1,3-Glucanases hydrolyze β-1,3-glucans found in the fungal cell wall, which could lead

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Targeted Screening of Fungal and Plant Metabolites in

We describe a method that can be applied, for targeted screening of 21 fungal and plant metabolites with automated online sample cleanup utilizing a Thermo Scientific Transcend system coupled to a Thermo Scientific Exactive high-resolution mass

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Mass Spectrometry Identifies Plant and Fungal Metabolites

2013-11-5  Ates, E. (2014) ‘Screening of plant and fungal metabolites in wheat, maize, and animal feed using automated on-line clean-up coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry.’ Food Chemistry, 142, 276–284; Zachariasova, M.et al. (2010).

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Screening of local wheat varieties and associated seed

2019-7-9  Section of Plant Pathology and Nematology,Department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India _____ ABSTRACT A screening study was made in order to evaluate the infection and identification of different fungal genera associated with storage wheat varieties. Total loss due to seed-borne diseases is up to an extent of 30-75%.

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Changes in Plant Metabolism and Accumulation of Fungal

2016-5-9  Screening of fungal toxins. Whether the detected fungal metabolites play a role in this plant−fungus interaction is a question that warrants future investigation. An in planta-expressed polyketide synthase produces (R)-mellein in the wheat pathogen Parastagnospora nodorum. Appl.

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Metabolomics analysis of grains of wheat infected and

2021-9-23  Plant material and pathogen inoculation. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cv Dongxuan 3 seeds were collected from the Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

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Database of resistance related metabolites in Wheat

2017-11-6  Introduction. Fungi cause some of the major plant ailments with approximately 11 000 plant diseases directly attributed to fungi ().Fusarium Head Blight (FHB), primarily caused by Fusarium graminearum, is one of the most devastating diseases in wheat and barley with increasing prevalence due to changing climate, agricultural practices and suboptimal growth locations ().

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Targeted and Untargeted Metabolomics Profiling of Wheat

2021-11-19  Fusarium head blight (FHB), a notorious plant disease caused by Fusarium graminearum (F. graminearum), is severely harmful to wheat production, resulting in a decline in grain quality and yield. In order to develop novel control strategies, metabolomics has been increasingly used to characterize more comprehensive profiles of the mechanisms of underlying plant-pathogen interactions.

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Assessment of Plant Growth Promoting and Abiotic Stress

2019-3-27  The aims of the present work were to isolate and characterize fungal endophytic communities associated with healthy wheat (<i>Triticum aestivum L.</i>) plants, collected from the North China. Segregated endophytes were screened for their PGP traits, abiotic stresses (heavy metals, salinity, drought, and temperature), and antibiotic sensitivity. A total of 16 endophytic fungi were

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In vitro screening and in silico prediction of antifungal

2020-7-20  The main objective of this study was to identify the antifungal metabolites from Achromobacter kerstersii JKP9, a rhizosphere bacterium isolated from tomato cultivations, inhibiting the melanin biosynthetic pathways in vascular wilt pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici (Fol). To achieve this objective, all the rhizobacterial morphotypes were screened for plant-growth-promoting

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Control of stripe rust of wheat using indigenous

2021-7-14  High expression of this gene plays a major role in plant defense systems through callose deposition 37. β-1,3-Glucanases hydrolyze β-1,3-glucans found in the fungal cell wall, which could lead

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