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Neotyphodium in cool-season grasses

by Craig A. Roberts

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Published by Blackwell Pub. in Ames, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neotyphodium

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Craig A. Roberts, Charles P. West, Donald E. Spiers
    ContributionsWiley online library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK623.C55 N465 2005eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27076854M
    ISBN 100470384913
    ISBN 109780470384916
    OCLC/WorldCa232611796

    Book: Cool-Season Forage Grasses, Agronomy Monogr America, Soil Science Society of America. Index TOC by Author; Sign up for book alerts; An in-depth reference for the major cool-season forage grasses, this publication is unique in that it addresses such a large number of species in terms of their role in agriculture and. Newer varieties of fescue have been developed that are free of the endophyte fungus. Unfortunately, the hardiness of this cool-season grass is considerably diminished in the absence of the fungus. Clearly, although it is toxic to cattle and other livestock, the fungus confers stress tolerance to the grass.

    INTRODUCTION. Epichloid endophytes, comprised of sexual Epichloë and asexual Neotyphodium species, associate with cool-season grasses, including the agronomically important forage grass tall fescue [Lolium arundinaceum (Schreb.) Darbysh. syn Festuca arundinacea Schreb] (46, 47).Many Neotyphodium species arise through interspecific Cited by: Preface. The warm-season (C 4) grasses are the major forage resources for ruminant livestock production in the tropical and subtropical areas of the world. With the C 4 photosynthetic system, they are well adapted and yield well under warm conditions. Also, many warm-season grasses are well adapted to temperate areas where there are relatively long.

    Fescue toxicosis (Fig. ) Tall fescue (Lolium arundinaceum (Schreb.)) a perennial grass is infected with the endophyte Neotyphodium coenophialum which produces toxins that when ingested cause severe adverse effects in late-term pregnant mares. Abstract. Much of the work to date on the relationships between cool season grasses and Neotyphodium fungal endophytes has focused on the physiological, biochemical, and genetic ramifications of the host-fungus relationship and the subsequent influence these effects have on ruminant nutrition, plant adaptation to environmental stresses, and aboveground ecological Cited by: 9.


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Neotyphodium in cool-season grasses by Craig A. Roberts Download PDF EPUB FB2

Divided into logical easy-to-use sections, Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an up-to-date anthology of the latest knowledge on the genus Neotyphodium.

This thorough text covers the molecular biology of Neotyphodium endophytes and their effects on grass hosts, invertebrate and vertebrate herbivores, and the plant communities in which they by: About this book Divided into logical easy-to-use sections, Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an up-to-date anthology of the latest knowledge on the genus Neotyphodium.

This thorough text covers the molecular biology of Neotyphodium endophytes and their effects on grass hosts, invertebrate and vertebrate herbivores, and the plant communities in which they.

Buy Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses: NHBS - Edited By: Craig Roberts, Charles West and Donald Spiers, Wiley-Blackwell About Help Blog Jobs Established NHBS GmbH. Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an up-to-date anthology of the latest knowledge on the genus Neotyphodium.

Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses covers the molecular biology of Neotyphodium endophytes and their effects on grass hosts, invertebrate and vertebrate herbivores, and the plant communities in which they interact. Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses.

Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses adequately covers this breadth in four sections (Molecular Biology; Ecology and Agronomy; Animal Toxicoses; and Technology Transfer and Quality Assurance).

Each section contains chapters written by leading researchers from around the world. Members of the genus Neotyphodium are asexual, seedborne, protective fungal endophytes of cool season grasses that have likely evolved either directly from sexual Epichloë; species, or.

Endophytic fungi belonging to the genus Neotyphodium often form symbiotic associations with grasses. The host plants usually benefit from the association with an endophyte.

Abiotic Stresses in Endophytic Grasses. Malinowski. Texas A&M University System, Vernon, TX, USA Novel Endophytes and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Cool‐Season Grasses.

Ecological importance of Neotyphodium spp. grass endophytes in agroecosystems, Grassland Science, 52, 1, (), ( Cited by: Cool‐season grasses infected with Neotyphodium spp. endophytes have an extraordinary impact on the ecology and economy of pasture and turf. A range of adaptations of endophyte‐infected grasses to biotic and abiotic stresses has been identified but mechanisms of these adaptations are not clearly understood.

About this book An in-depth reference for the major cool-season forage grasses, this publication is unique in that it addresses such a large number of species in terms of their role in agriculture and conservation as well as their management.

Divided into logical easy-to-use sections, Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an up-to-date anthology of the latest knowledge on the genus Neotyphodium. This thorough text covers the molecular biology of Neotyphodium endophytes and their effects on grass hosts, invertebrate and vertebrate herbivores, and the plant communities in which they interact.

"Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an up-to-date anthology of the latest knowledge on the genus Neotyphodium. This thorough text covers the molecular biology of Neotyphodium endophytes and their effects on grass hosts, invertebrate and vertebrate herbivores, and the plant communities in which they interact.

"In sum, Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an excellent collection of recent literature that those working with pasture of turf grass will want to have on their shelf.

Neotyphodium is a genus of endophytic fungi symbiotic with grasses. It used to contain a number of asexually reproducing species colonising the leaves of cool-season grasses, but most of them, including the type species N.

coenophialum, have been merged into the genus Epichloë in Class: Ascomycetes. Neotyphodium/Grass Interactions (The Language of Science) th Edition by Charles W. Bacon (Editor), Nicholas S. Hill (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

5/5(1). Members of the genus Neotyphodium are asexual, seedborne, protective fungal endophytes of cool season grasses that have likely evolved either directly from sexual Epichloë; species, or by the interspecific hybridization of distinct lineages of Epichloë; and investigated the evolutionary origins of Neotyphodium endophytes from several grasses that.

Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xvii. PDF. An Overview of Neotyphodium-Grass Interactions. Latch. Pages The Evolution of Mutualism in Grass-Endophyte Associations. Heather H. Wilkinson, Christopher L. Schardl. Pages Systematics of the Graminicolous Clavicipitaceae.

Many cool-season grass species have evolved with asexual, nonsymptomatic fungal endophytes of the genus Epichloë (formerly Neotyphodium) of the family associations range from parasitic to mutualistic and have dramatic effects on grass host chemistry, increasing resistance to abiotic (drought, soil mineral imbalance) and biotic (vertebrate and invertebrate Cited by: 1.

This grass is ideal where it’s too hot for other cool-season grasses and too cool for warm-season grasses. Some varieties, usually sold as dwarf tall fescues, have been bred for even slower, low growth. You don’t need to mow dwarf tall fescues as often as standard varieties.

Influence of the Neotyphodium--Tall Fescue Symbiosis on Belowground Processes Notes/Citation Information Published in Epichloae, Endophytes of Cool Season Grasses: Implications, Utilization, and by: 9. Divided into logical easy-to-use sections, Neotyphodium in Cool-Season Grasses is an up-to-date anthology of the latest knowledge on the genus Neotyphodium.

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