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UAMH Number:7308
Species Name: Bjerkandera adusta
Type:
Synonyms: Agaricus crispus / Bjerkandera adusta var. crispa / Bjerkandera isabellina / Bjerkandera scanica / Boletus adustus / Boletus adustus var. crispus / Boletus concentricus / Boletus crispus / Boletus fuscoporus / Boletus isabellinus / Coriolus alabamensis / Daedalea fennica / Daedalea oudemansii var. fennica / Daedalea solubilis / Gloeoporus adustus / Gloeoporus crispus / Grifola adusta / Leptoporus adustus / Leptoporus crispus / Leptoporus nigrellus / Microporus gloeoporoides / Microporus lindheimeri / Polyporus adustus / Polyporus adustus var. ater / Polyporus amesii / Polyporus atropileus / Polyporus burtii / Polyporus cinerascens / Polyporus crispus / Polyporus curreyanus / Polyporus dichrous subsp. macowanii / Polyporus digitalis / Polyporus dissitus / Polyporus excavatus / Polyporus fumosogriseus / Polyporus halesiae / Polyporus isabellinus / Polyporus lindheimeri / Polyporus macowanii / Polyporus macrosporus / Polyporus murinus / Polyporus nigrellus / Polyporus ochraceocinereus / Polyporus scanicus / Polyporus secernibilis / Polyporus subcinereus / Polyporus tegumentosus / Polystictus adustus / Polystictus alabamensis / Polystictus gloeoporoides / Polystictus puberulus / Poria carnosa / Poria curreyana / Tyromyces adustus
Taxonomy: FUNGI Basidiomycota, Agaricomycetes, Polyporales, Phanerochaetaceae
Strain History: L. Kennedy -> Hutchison, L.J. (NOF 333) -> UAMH
Substrate: Populus tremuloides (aspen poplar)
Location: CANADA Alberta, Hinton (GEO: 53.404,-117.572)
Isolator: L. Kennedy
Isolation Date: 1956
Date Received: 1993-03-02
Characters: APPLICATION enzymatic activity & dye decolorization - Rodriguez et al., Curr. Microbiol. 38:27-32, 1999 // APPLICATION high yields of enzyme manganese peroxidase - Wang, Vazquez-Duhalt & Pickard, Can. J. Microbiol. 47:277-282, 2001 // APPLICATION ligninolytic enzymes - Meysami P, Baheri H, Advances in Environmental Research 7:881-887, 2003 // APPLICATION ligninolytic enzymes - Pickard et al., Can. J. Microbiol. 45:627-631, 1999 // APPLICATION metabolism of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - Pickard et al., Applied Env. Microbiol. 65:3805-3809, 1999 // APPLICATION pesticide depletion by lignolytic fungi - Torres-Duarte C, Roman R, Tinoco R, Vazquez-Duhalt R, Chemosphere 77:687-692, 2009 // BIODETERIOGEN/ BIODEGRADATION evaluation of surfactants in stimulating degradation of polycholorinated biphenyl congeners - Beaudette et al., Letters in Appl. Microbiol. 30:155-160, 2000 // BIODETERIOGEN/ BIODEGRADATION high biodegradation and mineralization of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners - Beaudette et al., Appl. Env. Microbiol. 64:2020-2025, 1998 // BIODETERIOGEN/ BIODEGRADATION metabolism of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - metabolism of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons // BIODETERIOGEN/ BIODEGRADATION white rot // CULTURE CONDITIONS cereal bran for laccase production - Pickard et al., Can. J. Microbiol. 45:627-631, 1999
Compounds: MANGANESE PEROXIDASE good production fide M. Pickard
Cross Reference: ATCC MYA 263 // NOF 333
Pathogenic Potential: Human: yes | Animal: no | Plant: no
Biosafety Risk Group: RG2 (check the PHAC ePATHogen Risk Group Database for updates)
Regulatory Requirements: Canadian requesters must provide PHAC Pathogen and Toxin License Number prior to shipment. International requesters must provide all legally required importation documentation prior to shipment. Plant pathogenicity status may be verified by using the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Fungal Database
MycoBank ID: 100902

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