Planta Med
DOI: 10.1055/a-0861-1595
Erratum
Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York

Erratum: Brazilian Plants: An Unexplored Source of Endophytes as Producers of Active Metabolites

Daiani Cristina Savi
Federal University of Paraná, Department of Genetics, Curitiba, Brazil
,
Rodrigo Aluizio
Federal University of Paraná, Department of Genetics, Curitiba, Brazil
,
Chirlei Glienke
Federal University of Paraná, Department of Genetics, Curitiba, Brazil
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Publication Date:
21 February 2019 (online)

 
    Erratum

    Correction: Brazilian Plants: An Unexplored Source of Endophytes as Producers of Active Metabolites

    Savi DC, Aluizio R, Glienke C.

    Planta Med 2019; 85. doi:10.1055/a-0847-1532

    In the above-mentioned article, some lines in [Table 2] were misrepresented and corrected as follows:

    Table 2 Comparative analysis between the identification of endophytes performed in 18 published articles with the identification carried out in this study based on Bayesian phylogenetic analysis.

    Host plant

    Strain

    GenBank code

    Identification reported in the literature

    Phylogenetic identification performed in this study

    Incongruence

    Reference

    – = No difference in the identification. All figures noted in this table are available as Supporting Information

    Eugenia bimarginata

    UFMGCB2032

    KF681521

    Mycosphaerella sp.

    Phaeophleospora sp. (Fig. 17S)

    Mycosphaerella was divided into several genera, and the isolate belongs to the genus Phaeophleospora

    [29]

    Baccharis trimera

    UFMGCB4425

    KJ404206

    Alternaria sp.

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata (Fig. 3S)

    With phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the section level

    [76]

    UFMGCB4428

    KJ404203

    Chaetomium sp.

    Another genus than Chaetomium (Fig. 7S)

    Low sequence quality

    UFMGCB4580

    KJ404213

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    UFMGCB4453

    KJ404204

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    UFMGCB4451

    KJ404215

    Phomopsis sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    UFMGCB4570

    KJ404212

    Epicoccum sp.

    Epicoccum sp. (Fig 10S)

    UFMGCB4468

    KJ404201

    Guignardia sp.

    Phyllosticta sp. (Fig. 19S)

    UFMGCB4429

    KJ404217

    Nigrospora sp.

    Nigrospora sp. (Fig. 15S)

    UFMGCB4436

    KJ404209

    Nigrospora sp.

    Nigrospora sp. (Fig. 15S)

    UFMGCB4571

    KJ404211

    Podospora sp.

    Podospora sp. (Fig. 20S)

    UFMGCB4498

    KJ404214

    Preussia sp.

    Preussia sp. (Fig. 21S)

    UFMGCB4528

    KJ404216

    Preussia sp.

    Preussia sp. (Fig. 21S)

    UFMGCB4510

    KJ404202

    Preussia africana

    Preussia africana (Fig. 21S)

    UFMGCB4423

    KJ404196

    Preussia pseudominima

    Preussia minima (Fig. 21S)

    UFMGCB4592

    KJ404199

    Preussia sp.

    Preussia sp. (Fig. 21S)

    Lychnophora ericoides

    RLe7

    KF057056

    Streptomyces albospinus

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    [35]

    Hyptis suaveolens

    F7

    KF554491

    Aspergillus terreus

    Aspergillus sp. Sect. terrei (Fig. 4S)

    With phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified only at the section level

    [36]

    Piper hispidum

    JF766997

    Phlebia sp.

    Phlebia sp. (Fig. 18S)

    [49]

    Mikania glomerata

    KT962838

    Diaporthe citri

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 9S)

    Based on phylogeny, it is not possible to identify the isolate as D. citri

    [37]

    Piper hispidum

    JF766998

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    [58]

    JF767007

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    Lippia sidoides

    KU639597

    Lactococcus lactis

    Lactococcus lactis (Fig. 11S)

    [86]

    Lychnophora ericoides

    RLe9

    KF057070

    Streptomyces sp.

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    [33]

    RLe8

    KF057057

    Streptomyces sp.

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    RLe6

    KF057069

    Streptomyces cattleya

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    RLe4

    KF057055

    Streptomyces cattleya

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    RLe1

    KF057065

    Streptomyces cattleya

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    RLe11

    KF057067

    Streptomyces cattleya

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    RLe13

    KF057064

    St. angustmyceticus

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    RLe10

    KF057058

    Kitasatospora cystarginea

    Kitasatospora or Streptomyces (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required to differentiate Kitasatospora from the genus Streptomyces

    RLe03

    KF057068

    Streptomyces mobaraensis

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    RLe12

    KF057053

    Streptomyces albospinus

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    Schinus terebinthifolius

    LGMF626

    KM510497

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata (Fig. 3S)

    [48]

    LGMF692

    KM510498

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata (Fig. 3S)

    LGMF713

    KM510499

    Bjerkandera sp.

    Bjerkandera centroamericana (Fig. 6S)

    B. centroamericana was described after the publications of the cited paper [48]

    LGMF627

    KM510503

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    LGMF653

    KM510508

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    LGMF655

    KM510505

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    LGMF657

    KM510509

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    LGMF694

    KM510507

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    LGMF701

    KM510512

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    LGMF698

    KM510513

    Penicillium sp.

    Penicillium sp. section Citrina (Fig. 16S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the section level

    Piper hispidum

    JF766989

    Lasiodiplodia theobromae

    Lasiodiplodia sp. (Fig. 12S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is not identified at the species level

    [38]

    JF766998

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    JF767000

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    JF767007

    Bipolaris sp.

    Bipolaris sp. (Fig. 27S)

    JF766997

    Phlebia sp.

    Phlebia floridensis (Fig. 18S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate was identified at the species level

    JF767001

    Bipolaris sp.

    Bipolaris sp. (Fig. 27S)

    JF766996

    Colletotrichum sp.

    C. gloesporioides complex (Fig. 8S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the complex level

    JF767002

    C. gloesporioides

    C. gloesporioides complex (Fig. 8S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the complex level

    JF766993

    Bipolaris sp.

    Bipolaris sp. (Fig. 27S)

    JF766992

    Bipolaris sp.

    Bipolaris sp. (Fig. 27S)

    JF766991

    Alternaria sp.

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata (Fig. 3S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the section level

    JF766990

    Alternaria sp.

    Alternaria sp. Sect. Alternata (Fig. 3S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the section level

    JF767006

    Colletotrichum sp.

    C. boninense complex (Fig. 8S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the complex level

    JF767005

    Bipolaris sp.

    Bipolaris sp. (Fig. 27S)

    JF767004

    Colletotrichum sp.

    C. gloesporioides complex (Fig. 8S)

    With ITS phylogenetic analysis, the isolate is identified at the complex level

    JF766988

    Phyllosticta capitalensis

    Phyllosticta sp. (Fig. 19S)

    P. paracapitalensis was described after the publication of this paper [38], and using only the ITS sequence, it is not possible to differentiate this species from P. capitalensis

    Sabicea cinerea

    SNB-GSS10

    KF164383

    Diaporthe sp.

    Diaporthe sp. (Fig. 25S)

    [57]

    Baccharis trimera

    PS6

    KM925013

    Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

    Bacillus sp. section Subtilis (Fig. 5S)

    The isolate did not cluster with any type strain of Bacillus section Subtilis and may represent a new species

    [76]

    M10

    KM925011

    Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

    Bacillus sp. section Subtilis (Fig. 5S)

    The isolate did not cluster with any type strain of Bacillus section Subtilis and may represent a new species

    M28

    KM925012

    Bacillus subtilis

    Bacillus sp. section Subtilis (Fig. 5S)

    The isolate is in the same branch as B. subtilis and B. tequilensis, therefore, using only 16S rRNA, it was not possible to identify the strain at the species level

    Musa spp

    ALB629

    JQ435867

    Bacillus subtilis

    Bacillus sp. section Subtilis (Fig. 5S)

    The isolate did not cluster with any type strain of Bacillus section Subtilis and may represent a new species

    [40]

    Vochysia divergens

    KY458125

    Actinomadura sp.

    Actinomadura sp. (Fig. 1S)

    [54]

    KY421547

    Actinomadura sp.

    Actinomadura sp. (Fig. 1S)

    KY411896

    Aeromicrobium ponti

    Aeromicrobium ponti (Fig. 2S)

    KY411900

    Microbispora sp.

    Microbispora sp. (Fig. 13S)

    KY411898

    Microbispora sp.

    Microbispora sp. (Fig. 13S)

    KY423496

    Micrococcus sp.

    Micrococcus sp. (Fig. 14S)

    KY458126

    Sphaerisporangium sp.

    Sphaerisporangium sp. (Fig. 22S)

    KY423333

    S. thermocarboxydus

    Streptomyces sp. (Fig. 24S)

    Housekeeping gene sequences are required for species identification

    KY421546

    Williamsia serinedens

    Williamsia serinedens (Fig. 23S)

    Microbacterium sp.

    Microbacterium sp. (Fig. 26S)


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