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云南溶磷真菌筛选、分类学和系统发育学研究; S creening taxonomy and phylogeny of phosphate solubilizing fungi in Yunnan, China
Mingkwan Doilom
Thesis Advisor许建初
AbstractPhosphate solubilizing fungi (PSF) play an important role in increasing the bio availability of phosphorus in soils for plants. Thirteen fungal strains, one collected from air and 12 from soil, were isolated and described here in detail. These fungal strains were tested for their ability to solubilize tricalcium phosphate (TCP) on bot h solid and liquid Pikovskaya (PVK) media in vitro . The airborne fungal strain KUMCC 18 0196 ( Aspergillus hydei sp. nov.) showed the most significant phosphate solubilizing activity on a solid PVK medium with the solubilization index (SI) (2.58±0.04 cm) an d the highest solubilized phosphates (1523.33±47.87 μ g/mL) on a liquid PVK medium. Herein, Aspergillus hydei (section Nigri ), Gongronella hydei , Penicillium hydei (section Lanata Divaricata ) and Talaromyces hydei (se ction Talaromyces ) are fully described and introduced as new to science based on both morphological characteristics an d multigene phylogenetic analyses. Penicillium austrosinense is considered to be a synonym of P. guaibinense. The up to date checklists of Penicillium section Lanata Divaricata and Talaromyces section Talaromyces are given with relevant type, sexual morph and collection information . Their distributions are discussed and mapped. Innovations and application prospects are discussed.
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Mingkwan Doilom. 云南溶磷真菌筛选、分类学和系统发育学研究, S creening taxonomy and phylogeny of phosphate solubilizing fungi in Yunnan, China[D],2020.
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