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《Heilongjiang Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine》 2018-01
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Progress of the correlation between swainsonine and Undifilum fungal endophytes in locoweeds

LI Jinrong;YU Yongtao;ZHAO Qingmei;HE Shenghu;BAI Xiaonan;Department of Animal Science School of Agriculture Ningxia University;College of Biological Science and Engineering,Beifang University of Nationalities;Key Laboratory of Fermentation Brewing Engineering and Biotechnology State Nationlities Affairs Commission;  
Locoweed is a common name for some poisonous species of Oxytropis spp. and Astragalus spp. that contain swainsonine. Excessively consumed the plants,animals can cause chronic poisoning disease characterized by nervous system dysfunction. The swainsonine( Indolizidine alkaloid) is mainly responsible for the toxicity of locoweed. Undifilum species fungal endophytes can commonly infect locoweeds. The presence of Undifilum endophytes is closely correlated with the concentration or producing of swainsonine in tissus of locoweeds. In this paper,the correlation between swainsonine and Undifilum species fungal endophytes from locoweeds was summarized. The aim of the present paper was to provide reference for preventing and controling animal locoweed poisoning.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(31560713;31201962);; 宁夏自然科学基金项目(NZ1118)
【CateGory Index】: S859.8
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