HONGO METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE PDF

La enfermedad muscardina verde causada por el M. El hongo M. La colonia de forma circular, presenta un crecimiento micelar de color blanco inicialmente, exhibiendo variaciones de color cuando el hongo esporula. Fialide de Metarhizium anisopliae.

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Biology[ edit ] The disease caused by the fungus is sometimes called green muscardine disease because of the green colour of its spores. When these mitotic asexual spores called conidia of the fungus come into contact with the body of an insect host, they germinate and the hyphae that emerge penetrate the cuticle. The fungus then develops inside the body, eventually killing the insect after a few days; this lethal effect is very likely aided by the production of insecticidal cyclic peptides destruxins.

The cuticle of the cadaver often becomes red. If the ambient humidity is high enough, a white mould then grows on the cadaver that soon turns green as spores are produced. Most insects living near the soil have evolved natural defenses against entomopathogenic fungi like M.

This fungus is, therefore, locked in an evolutionary battle to overcome these defenses, which has led to a large number of isolates or strains that are adapted to certain groups of insects.

The microscopic spores are typically sprayed on affected areas. A possible technique for malaria control is to coat mosquito nets or cotton sheets attached to the wall with them.

In August , a team of scientists at the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology discovered a more efficient way of producing biodiesel which uses lipase , an enzyme produced in significant quantities by M.

The fungus is now a candidate for mass production of the enzyme.

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Biology[ edit ] The disease caused by the fungus is sometimes called green muscardine disease because of the green colour of its spores. When these mitotic asexual spores called conidia of the fungus come into contact with the body of an insect host, they germinate and the hyphae that emerge penetrate the cuticle. The fungus then develops inside the body, eventually killing the insect after a few days; this lethal effect is very likely aided by the production of insecticidal cyclic peptides destruxins. The cuticle of the cadaver often becomes red. If the ambient humidity is high enough, a white mould then grows on the cadaver that soon turns green as spores are produced. Most insects living near the soil have evolved natural defenses against entomopathogenic fungi like M.

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