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    Title: Caecomyces sympodialis sp. nov., a new rumen fungus isolated from Bos indicus.
    Authors: Yo-Chia Chen;Sheng-Da Tsai;Hsueh-Ling Cheng;Chiu-Yuan Chien;Chun-Yi Hu;Tai-Yi Cheng
    Contributors: 輔英科技大學 保健營養系
    Keywords: anaerobic fungus;Bos indicus;ITS1 sequence analysis;Neocallimasticaceae
    Date: 2007-03-01
    Issue Date: 2010-09-26 14:12:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: A new anaerobic rumen fungus was isolated
    from the rumen fluid of a yellow cow (Bos
    indicus). This fungus appears to be a previously
    undescribed species of the genus Caecomyces, it
    possessing uniflagellate zoospores, a spherical holdfast,
    tubular sporangiophores and bulbous rhizoids.
    This new fungus also features distinctive multisporangiate
    thallus sympodially distributed on sporangiophores.
    The fungus resembles Caecomyces communis
    and C. equi in that it characterizes bulbous rhizoids
    and uniflagellate zoospores but differs from C.
    communis and C. equi in that it possesses multisporangiate
    and sympodial sporangia. This new
    fungus and Cyllamyces aberensis both reveal similar
    morphology during early thallus development in
    having a spherical holdfast, but they vary from
    unbranched sporangiophores and additional bulbous
    rhizoids. In addition, the molecular phylogenetic
    analyses ITS1 (internal transcribed spacer 1) also
    conform to the results of the morphological examinations
    of Caecomyces. For the mentioned reasons,
    this new species of fungus is described as Caecomyces
    sympodialis sp. nov. The genera of Neocallimasticaceae
    and species of Caecomyces are also keyed out.
    Relation: Mycologia 99(1),125-130
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