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ready BCCM/MUCL Environmental and Applied Mycology

Abbreviation:BCCM/MUCL

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BCCM/MUCL develops and preserves the collection of filamentous fungi, yeasts and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, as well as the associated information, facilitates its valorization and provides services to third parties. BCCM/MUCL research is mainly focused on the following areas: fungal diversity in natural and anthropological ecosystems, agro-food (food and feed transformation and spoilage), and fungal-plant interactions.



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Record added: March 15, 2017, 1:27 p.m.
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Publications

Are there keystone mycorrhizal fungi associated to tropical epiphytic orchids?

Cevallos S,Sanchez-Rodriguez A,Decock C,Declerck S,Suarez JP
Mycorrhiza 2016

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Rhizophagus irregularis MUCL 41833 can colonize and improve P uptake of Plantago lanceolata after exposure to ionizing gamma radiation in root organ culture.

Kothamasi D,Wannijn J,van Hees M,Nauts R,van Gompel A,Vanhoudt N,Cranenbrouck S,Declerck S,Vandenhove H
Mycorrhiza 2015

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Multilocus, DNA-based phylogenetic analyses reveal three new species lineages in the Phellinus gabonensis-P. caribaeo-quercicola species complex, including P. amazonicus sp. nov.

de Campos-Santana M,Amalfi M,Castillo G,Decock C
Mycologia 2016

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Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of Microascaceae with emphasis on synnematous fungi.

Sandoval-Denis M,Guarro J,Cano-Lira JF,Sutton DA,Wiederhold NP,de Hoog GS,Abbott SP,Decock C,Sigler L,Gene J
Stud Mycol 2016

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The environmental and intrinsic yeast diversity of Cuban cocoa bean heap fermentations.

Fernandez Maura Y,Balzarini T,Clape Borges P,Evrard P,De Vuyst L,Daniel HM
Int J Food Microbiol 2016

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Yeast culture collections in the twenty-first century: new opportunities and challenges.

Boundy-Mills KL,Glantschnig E,Roberts IN,Yurkov A,Casaregola S,Daniel HM,Groenewald M,Turchetti B
Yeast 2016

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