2018
DOI: 10.5897/jmpr2018.6581
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Antibacterial activity of endophytic fungi isolated from Croton lechleri (Euphorbiaceae)

Abstract: Croton lechleri is a native species from the Amazon and used with relative frequency in folk medicine in Brazil and other countries. Diversity and antibacterial activity of endophytic fungi associated with this plant were studied here. Samples of leaves and stems were used and 575 endophytic fungi were isolated (307 from leaves and 268 from stems), comprising 284 morphotypes distributed in 13 genera and unknown. The most frequently isolated genera were Phomopsis (30.78%), Penicillium (21.57%) and Pestalotiopsi… Show more

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