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Yongmei Xing – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • transcriptome analysis of genes involved in defence response in polyporus umbellatus with Armillaria mellea infection
    Scientific Reports, 2015
    Co-Authors: Yongmei Xing, Dawei Zhang

    Abstract:

    Polyporus umbellatus, a species symbiotic with Armillaria mellea and it also exhibits substantial defence response to Armillaria mellea infection. There are no genomics resources databases for understanding the molecular mechanism underlying the infection stress of P. umbellatus. Therefore, we performed a large-scale transcriptome sequencing of this fungus with A. mellea infection using Illumina sequencing technology. The assembly of the clean reads resulted in 120,576 transcripts, including 38,444 unigenes. Additionally, we performed a gene expression profiling analysis upon infection treatment. The results indicated significant differences in the gene expression profiles between the control and the infection group. In total, 10933 genes were identified between the two groups. Based on the differentially expressed genes, a Gene Ontology annotation analysis showed many defence-relevant categories. Meanwhile, the Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes pathway analysis uncovered some important pathways. Furthermore, the expression patterns of 13 putative genes that are involved in defence response resulting from quantitative real-time PCR were consistent with their transcript abundance changes as identified by RNA-seq. The sequenced genes covered a considerable proportion of the P. umbellatus transcriptome, and the expression results may be useful to strengthen the knowledge on the defence response of this fungus defend against Armillaria mellea invasion.

  • growth promoting effects of water extract of Armillaria mellea rhizomorph on mycelia of polyporus umbellatus
    Cryptogamie Mycologie, 2011
    Co-Authors: Yongmei Xing, Juan Chen

    Abstract:

    Abstract The authors investigate the effects of different concentrations of water extract of Armillaria mellea rhizomorphs on mycelial growth of Polyporus umbellatus. This study shows that water extract of A. mellea rhizomorph served as a good carbon and nitrogen source for mycelial growth of P. umbellatus, with 6%o concentration of water extract of A. mellea rhizomorph exhibiting the best growth-promoting results.

Dawei Zhang – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • transcriptome analysis of genes involved in defence response in polyporus umbellatus with Armillaria mellea infection
    Scientific Reports, 2015
    Co-Authors: Yongmei Xing, Dawei Zhang

    Abstract:

    Polyporus umbellatus, a species symbiotic with Armillaria mellea and it also exhibits substantial defence response to Armillaria mellea infection. There are no genomics resources databases for understanding the molecular mechanism underlying the infection stress of P. umbellatus. Therefore, we performed a large-scale transcriptome sequencing of this fungus with A. mellea infection using Illumina sequencing technology. The assembly of the clean reads resulted in 120,576 transcripts, including 38,444 unigenes. Additionally, we performed a gene expression profiling analysis upon infection treatment. The results indicated significant differences in the gene expression profiles between the control and the infection group. In total, 10933 genes were identified between the two groups. Based on the differentially expressed genes, a Gene Ontology annotation analysis showed many defence-relevant categories. Meanwhile, the Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes pathway analysis uncovered some important pathways. Furthermore, the expression patterns of 13 putative genes that are involved in defence response resulting from quantitative real-time PCR were consistent with their transcript abundance changes as identified by RNA-seq. The sequenced genes covered a considerable proportion of the P. umbellatus transcriptome, and the expression results may be useful to strengthen the knowledge on the defence response of this fungus defend against Armillaria mellea invasion.

Tang Dehu – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • review on Armillaria mellea of gastrodia elata
    Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences, 2015
    Co-Authors: Tang Dehu

    Abstract:

    The research progress of culture of Armillaria mellea were reviewed and the symbiotic relationship between Armillaria mellea and Gastrodia elata was analyzed. The effect of Armillaria mellea on Gastrodia elata yield was discussed.