Gliocladium virens is a naturally occurring, ubiquitous soil saprophyte found throughout the United States in various soil types. This common soil fungus has. Sources of carbon and nitrogen and the carbon:nitrogen (C:N) ratio influenced both production of gliotoxin and growth by a strain of Gliocladium virens. Higher. Bio-pesticide properties for Gliocladium virens, including approvals, environmental fate, eco-toxicity and human health issues.

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No data found Handling issues: Aquatic invertebrates – Acute 48 hour EC 50 mg l No, known not to cause a problem: Coating seeds with G. US EPA chemical code.

GL also produces a broad spectrum antibiotic called gliotoxin which kills many soil pathogens. Water phase only DT50 days. Earthworms – Acute 14 day LC 50 mg kg Other soil macro-organisms – e.

Gams Gliocladium verticillioides G. Bernard Jabas 1 and Dr.

Gliocladium – Wikipedia

This characteristic is in contrast to the dry conidia borne in persistent chains that characterize members of the genus Penicillium [4]. Pairwise sequence alignments Polyphasic identifications. The spores are dispersed only in water or carried in soil or organic matter, and are not airborne. Biopesticide type Fungicide Substance group Micro-organism derived Minimum active substance purity – Known relevant impurities – Substance origin Natural Mode of action Mycoparasitic Substance source Common throughout the United States Substance production Cultured under controlled conditions for commercial applications Uses Crop protection Target pests Various soil-borne plant pathogens, including Pythium spp.


Current name Classification Type name Basionym Obligate or homotypic synonyms Anamorph synonyms Teleomorph synonyms Facultative or heterotypic synonyms Type of organism. Gliocladium is found world-wide.

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Q3 No adverse effects expected or identified. Retrieved from ” https: Other fungal glioclaium Bibliography links General links Molecular links Specimens and strains links.

Molecular mass g mol Algae – Acute 72 hour EC 50growth mg l For practical reasons we have decided not to translate all pages in several languages anymore because it was too heavy to maintain but some of the labels of the basic and advanced query pages are still available.

Google Wikimedia Wikipedia Wikispecies. Viresn – Acute Gliiocladium 50 mg kg These cookies allow us to see information on user website activities including, but not limited to page views, source and time spent on a website. A naturally occurring, common soil fungus that has been shown to suppress a variety of soil-borne plant pathogens. It reproduces asexually, producing conidia that are held in masses of moist spores. Possibly, status not identified -: The colonies are initially white gliocladoum cream-like; but may become reddish or green as they age and sporulate.

Aqueous photolysis DT50 days at pH 7. Formulation and application details Usually supplied as a granule formulation that are mixed with soil or other growth media a day before or at the same time as seeding, planting, or transplanting.

When incorporated into potting media, SoilGard TM controls plant pathogens through a variety virems mechanisms including parasitism, antibiosis, competition and exclusion. Maximum UV-vis absorption L mol -1 cm Solubility – In organic solvents at 20 o C mg l Gliocladium Scientific classification Kingdom: It is an alternative to currently registered chemical seed treatments and in some situations may be useful as a replacement for methyl bromide for control of soilborne disease problems.


Marchal Gliocladium citrinum Bat. Common throughout the United States. Even though gliotoxin has moderate mammalian toxicity, the formulated material contains essentially no toxin, so it would not be harmful if ingested. Useful for IPM strategies where approriate approvals for use are in place. Trichoderma virens formerly Gliocladium virens.

Boiling point o C. Listed in EU database. Protected and field crops including legumes, brassicae, tomatoes, lettuce, cotton and ornamentals.

Soil degradation days aerobic. Register new name species, genus, family, etc Register new type specimen of existing taxa epitype, neotype, etc. Mammals – Acute oral LD 50 mg kg Gliotoxin is a metabolite of G. Simple search Basic search Advanced search Search type specimens Search thesaurus Search bibliography.

Gliocladium virens

Examples of recorded resistance. Temperature, and possibly organic matter, nutrient status, and other chemical and physical factors affect the ability and capacity of G. Other Gliodladium toxicity endpoints.