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An endophyte is an endosymbiont, often a bacterium or fungus, that lives within a plant for at least part of its life without causing apparent disease. Endophytes are ubiquitous and have been found in all the species of plants studied to date; however, most of these...
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Thus, the association of the endophyte with poor performance of cattle was ... Steers moved from high- to low-endophyte fescue did not resume normal grazing ...
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endophyte ( ) n. An organism, especially a fungus or microorganism, that lives inside a plant, in a parasitic or mutualistic relationship
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General discussion of endophytes and their potential value in turfgrasses. ... As such, endophyte-enhanced turfgrasses may be used for a low-input, biological ...
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Available novel endophyte-infected tall fescue products ... Unfortunately, this endophyte produces toxic alkaloids that greatly decrease ...
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inside the plant (endophyte) ... Unfortunately, this endophyte produces toxic alkaloids that greatly decrease ... these "novel" endophyte-infected varieties ...
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Definition of endophyte from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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fects of the endophyte on grazing cattle. can be seen as one or more of several ... endophyte in tall fescue results in toxicity. symptoms, there are some positive as ...
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MU Extension, University of Missouri ... The toxins that result from the endophyte create a number of problems for the grazing animal. ...
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Much of the fescue grass grown in the United States and Canada is infected with an endophytic fungus, which produces several types of alkaloids that are toxic to ...
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Tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) is Missouri's most widely used forage crop. ... How does the endophyte affect grazing animals? ...
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rural heritage vet clinic - endophyte fescue toxicity in horses ... Additionally, some so-called endophyte-free seeds are derived from infected seed ...
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when the connection between endophyte in tall ... 20-day period of feeding on endophyte-infected tall ... than 35 million acres of mostly endophyte-infected ...
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One of the most effective ways to eliminate endophyte-infected tall fescue is a fall application of ... Endophyte-free fescue may require substantially ...
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before parturition, but mares exposed to endophyte ... grazing endophyte-infected tall fescue had an adverse ... physiological effects the endophyte may have on this ...
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Tall fescue is the cool-season perennial grass grown on the most land area in the United States, but the majority of the acreage is infected with a fungal endophyte ...
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endophyte. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... endophytes. endophyte (plural endophytes) Any organism that lives ...
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Broodmares consuming endophyte-infected tall fescue during late gestation may ... no test for the presence of the endophyte in hay is commercially available. ...
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Total loss of endophyte from. seed can occur after 2 years (in seed ... Cattle on endophyte-infected pasture – seeking shade because they ...
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