David Ezra
David Ezra
ARO The Volcani Center, Montana state university
Verified email at volcani.agri.gov.il
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New endophytic isolates of Muscodor albus, a volatile-antibiotic-producing fungus
D Ezra, WM Hess, GA Strobel
Microbiology 150 (12), 4023-4031, 2004
Naphthalene, an insect repellent, is produced by Muscodor vitigenus, a novel endophytic fungus
BH Daisy, GA Strobel, U Castillo, D Ezra, J Sears, DK Weaver, JB Runyon
Microbiology 148 (11), 3737-3741, 2002
Coronamycins, peptide antibiotics produced by a verticillate Streptomyces sp.(MSU-2110) endophytic on Monstera sp.
D Ezra, UF Castillo, GA Strobel, WM Hess, H Porter, JB Jensen, ...
Microbiology 150 (4), 785-793, 2004
An endophytic Gliocladium sp. of Eucryphia cordifolia producing selective volatile antimicrobial compounds
M Stinson, D Ezra, WM Hess, J Sears, G Strobel
Plant Science 165 (4), 913-922, 2003
The endophytic fungal complex of Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don
RN Kharwar, VC Verma, G Strobel, D Ezra
Current science, 228-233, 2008
An endophytic Phomopsis sp. possessing bioactivity and fuel potential with its volatile organic compounds
SK Singh, GA Strobel, B Knighton, B Geary, J Sears, D Ezra
Microbial ecology 61 (4), 729-739, 2011
Hypoxylon sp., an endophyte of Persea indica, producing 1, 8-cineole and other bioactive volatiles with fuel potential
AR Tomsheck, GA Strobel, E Booth, B Geary, D Spakowicz, B Knighton, ...
Microbial ecology 60 (4), 903-914, 2010
Muscodor crispans, a novel endophyte from Ananas ananassoides in the Bolivian Amazon
A Mitchell
Fung Divers 31, 37-43, 2008
Effect of substrate on the bioactivity of volatile antimicrobials produced by Muscodor albus
D Ezra, GA Strobel
Plant Science 165 (6), 1229-1238, 2003
Muscodor albus E-6, an endophyte of Guazuma ulmifolia making volatile antibiotics: isolation, characterization and experimental establishment in the host plant
GA Strobel, K Kluck, WM Hess, J Sears, D Ezra, PN Vargas
Microbiology 153 (8), 2613-2620, 2007
Biologically active endophytic streptomycetes from Nothofagus spp. and other plants in Patagonia
UF Castillo, L Browne, G Strobel, WM Hess, S Ezra, G Pacheco, D Ezra
Microbial ecology 53 (1), 12-19, 2007
Muscodor vitigentis anam. nov., an endophyte from Paullinia paullinioides
B Daisy, G Strobel, D Ezra, U Castillo, G Baird, WM Hess
Mycotaxon 84, 39-50, 2002
Diaporthe diversity and pathogenicity revealed from a broad survey of grapevine diseases in Europe
V Guarnaccia, JZ Groenewald, J Woodhall, J Armengol, T Cinelli, ...
Persoonia: Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 40, 135, 2018
Proton transfer reaction-mass spectrometry as a technique to measure volatile emissions of Muscodor albus
D Ezra, J Jasper, T Rogers, B Knighton, E Grimsrud, G Strobel
Plant Science 166 (6), 1471-1477, 2004
101 Dothideomycetes genomes: a test case for predicting lifestyles and emergence of pathogens
S Haridas, R Albert, M Binder, J Bloem, K LaButti, A Salamov, ...
Studies in mycology 96, 141-153, 2020
The biological promise of microbial endophytes and their natural products
G Strobel, B Daisy, U Castillo
Plant Pathology Journal 4 (2), 161-176, 2005
The dual function in virulence and host range restriction of a gene isolated from the pPATHEhg plasmid of Erwinia herbicola pv. gypsophilae
D Ezra, I Barash, L Valinsky, S Manulis
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 13 (6), 683-692, 2000
First Report of Internal Black Rot Caused by Neoscytalidium dimidiatum on Hylocereus undatus (Pitahaya) Fruit in Israel
D Ezra, O Liarzi, T Gat, M Hershcovich, M Dudai
Plant disease 97 (11), 1513-1513, 2013
A pathogenicity gene isolated from the pPATH plasmid of Erwinia herbicola pv. gypsophilae determines host specificity
L Valinsky, S Manulis, R Nizan, D Ezra, I Barash
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 11 (8), 753-762, 1998
Muscodor albus strain GBA, an endophytic fungus of Ginkgo biloba from United States of America, produces volatile antimicrobials
D Banerjee, G Strobel, B Geary, J Sears, D Ezra, O Liarzi, J Coombs
Mycology 1 (3), 179-186, 2010
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