Some of phytotoxic and antimicrobial compounds extracted from culture filtrates of Fusarium proliferatum FP85 – JBES

sprouted-ear-moldFateme Rasekhi, Mohammad A. Tajick, Heshmatollah Rahimian, Salman Sharifimehr

Sari Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources University, Department of Plant Protection, Sari,Iran

Genetic and Agricultural Biotechnology Institue of Tabarestan,Sari, Iran

Key words: GC-MS, Fusarium proliferatum FP85, Phytotoxic compounds.


Fusarium is one of the most important plant pathogens around the world which causes great damages to agriacultural crops. The fungus produces a wide variety of volatiles and bioactive metabolites like mycotoxins, fatty acids and hydrocarbons on artificial medium with antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral and phytotoxic properties. Fusarium proliferatumAfter 21 days inoculating the species Fusarium proliferatum FP85 on PDB, the culture filtrates were subjected to metabolites extraction by EtOAc and phase separating and evaporation. The sediment were dissolved in one ml MtOH, for qualitative detection by GC-MS. The GC-MS results revealed different metabolites such as Pyridine, 3-butyl-; Pyrazine, 3-ethyl-2 ,5-dimethyl-; Palmitic acid; Stearic acid; Oleic acid; Adipic acid; Piperitenone oxide and Phthalic acid, butyl isobutyl ester. Some of detected compounds are phytotoxins and toxic compounds against fungi and bacteria and posses many biological activities.

jbes-vol4no5-p245-251Get the original articles in Source: Volume 4, Number 5, May 2014 – JBES

Journal Name: Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES)

Published By: International Network for Natural Sciences

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