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Arthrinium


Arthrinium              Print PDF

Natural Habitat

  • Decaying plant material
  • Soil

Suitable Substrates in the Indoor Environment

  • Cellulose containing materials

Water Activity

  • Unknown

Mode of Dissemination

  • Wind

Allergenic Potential

  • Arthrinium sphaerospermum is recognized as an allergen

Potential Opportunist or Pathogen

  • Not known as a pathogen

Industrial Uses

  • Unknown

Potential Toxins Produced

  • 3-nitropropionic acid (NPA)
  • Terpestacin

References

  • Xingjie L, Xueyun L, Wenjuan H. 1992. Studies on the epidemiology and etiology of moldy sugarcane poisoning in China. Biomed Environ Sci. 5 (2): 161-177.
  • Ming L. 1995. Moldy sugarcane poisoning--a case report with a brief review. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 33(4): 363-367.
  • Oka M, Iimura S, Tenmyo O, Sawada Y, Sugawara M, Ohkusa N, Yamamoto H, Kawano K, Hu SL, Fukagawa Y. 1993. Terpestacin, a new syncytium formation inhibitor from Arthrinium sp. J Antibiot (Tokyo). 46(3):367-373.