Richard GardinerWestern Science

Fungal Fimbriae

Fungal FimbraeFungal Fimbrae. [photo: N. Poon]

1. Gardiner, R. B., McKeen, W. E., Lawrence, T. M., Smith, R. J. and Day, A. W. (1989) Inhibition of Botrytis cinerea spore germination by immunoglobulins. Can. J. Bot. 67: 922 - 927.

2. Gardiner, R. B., Day, A. W. (1988) Surface Proteinaceous Fibrils (Fimbriae) on Filamentous Fungi. Can. J. Bot. 66: 2474 - 2584.

3. Day, A. W. and Gardiner R. B. (1988) Fungal Fimbriae. (In the Expanding Realm of Yeast-Like Fungi Studies). In Mycology No. 30, 333 - 349.

4. Day, A. W., Gardiner, R. B. and Brown, L. M. (1987) Extracellular Protein Fibrils in Chrysochromulina breviturrita (Prymnesiophyceae) and their Serological Relationship to Fungal Fimbriae. Arch. Microbiol. 146: 207 - 213.

5. Benhamou, N., Ouellette, G. B., Gardiner, R. B. and Day, A. W. (1986) Immunocytochemical Localization of Antigen-binding Sites in the Cell Surface of two Ascomycete Fungi using Antibodies Produced Against Fimbriae from Ustilago violacea and Rhodotorula rubra. Can. J. Microbiol. 32: 871 - 883.

6. Svircev, A., Gardiner, R. B., McKeen, W. E. and Day, A. W. (1986) Detection of Botrytis cinerea Antigens in Cytoplasm of Infected Vicia faba by Protein A-Gold. Phytopath. 76: 622 - 626.

7. Gardiner, R. B., and Day, A. W. (1985) Fungal Fimbriae. IV. Composition and Properties of Fimbriae from Ustilago violacea. Exper. Mycol. 9: 344 - 350.

8. Gardiner, R. B., Canton, M. and Day, A. W. (1981) Fimbrial Variation in Smuts and Heterobasidiomycetous Fungi. Bot. Gaz. 142: 147 - 150.