fungal response to plant hormones

Robert Lejeune rlejeune at vnet3.vub.ac.be
Fri Nov 17 02:27:27 EST 1995


In article <9511161915.AA01488 at mani.cbs.umn.edu>, npv at MANI.CBS.UMN.EDU 
says...
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>This is a question that was asked of me by a colleague who studies  
>plants. Does anyone have experience with a mycelial fungus or yeast  
>responding to the plant hormones gibberellic acid and/or indole  
>acetic acid (auxin)? This question is being asked with the intention  
>of possibly using a fungus to study hormonal effects. Any literature  
>references would also be appreciated.
>
>Thanks for answering.
>
>Nora Plesofsky-Vig

I know of one ref. on the influence of plant hormones on Trichoderma 
reesei:

Zamost and McClary (1983) The effect of plant growth regulators on 
cellulase production by Trichoderma reesei. Biotechnol. Lett. 5:179

Hope this helps

Robert lejeune
Dep. Chem. Eng.
Free Univ. Brussels




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