By Jean-Michel Savoie, Marie Foulongne-Oriol, Gérard Barroso, Philippe Callac (auth.), Frank Kempken (eds.)
This quantity covers the excessive relevance of fungi for agriculture. it's a thoroughly up to date and revised moment version with fourteen very good chapters via top scientists of their fields and provides a entire evaluation of the most recent achievements and advancements.
Topics contain: nutrients and fodder; fungal secondary metabolites and cleansing; biology, illness keep an eye on and administration; symbiontic fungi and mycorrhiza; and phytopathogenicity.
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Taking into account an error of 1 % in SNP marker scoring, the authors consider these varieties as identical to Horst U1 and identical to each other. All these studies show the narrow genetic variability among the cultivars of A. bisporus. An exception is a hybrid developed during the 1980s in China (Wang et al. 1995). Despite the striking genetic similarity of the present-day commercial varieties to the first released hybrid Horst U1, phenotypic differences can be seen in the scaling, pinning, or the size of mushrooms, as observed by growers.
Such a taxonomic and phylogenetic project is valuable for the development of the cultivation of new Agaricus species or varieties. It is noteworthy that some important traits are shared by all or almost all the species of certain sections, and not by the others. For example, the toxic species mostly belong to Agaricus section Xanthodermatei (Kerrigan et al. 2006), and the more popular edible species belong to four sections, but only those of two sections (Bivelares with A. bisporus and A. bitorquis; Arvenses with A.
It was unsaturated, with fewer linkage groups (11) than the number of chromosomes (n¼13) and several unlinked markers. Another A. bisporus linkage map, based on an intervarietal var. bisporus x var. burnettii offspring, was initiated (Callac et al. 1997; Moquet et al. 1999). With only 26 markers (RAPD, CAPS) or genes spread on five linkage groups, this latter map was also far from saturation. Afterward, advances in molecular marker techniques, such as AFLP or SSR genotyping, have made it possible to enhance the level of saturation of this map.
Agricultural Applications by Jean-Michel Savoie, Marie Foulongne-Oriol, Gérard Barroso, Philippe Callac (auth.), Frank Kempken (eds.)