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INDIAN TYPE CULTURE COLLECTION

Catalogue of Fungal& Bacterial Cultures 1936-2019

(IX Edition)

Compiled & Edited by

T. Prameela Devi Deeba Kamil

Amrita Das

Kalyan Kumar Mondal T.K. Bag

Dinesh Singh Rashmi Aggarwal

R. Sudeep Toppo Chander Mani Sachin Rathee

Division of Plant Pathology ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research institute New Delhi 110012

(India)

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Prameeladevi T, Kamil D, Das A, Mondal KK, Bag TK, Singh D, Aggarwal R, Toppo RS, Mani C and Rathee S (2020). Indian Type Culture Collection: Catalogue of Fungal& Bacterial Cultures (1936-2019). ICAR- Indian Agricultural Research institute, New Delhi, India, pp. 123.

ISBN 978-93-83168-54-5

Published by

Head, Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi

Copyright © All rights reserved. No part of this report shall be reproduced or transmitted in any form by print, microfilm or any other means without written permission of the Director, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi

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Policy for the Indian Type Culture Collection

The Indian Type Culture Collection (ITCC) was established in 1936 with a aim to provide knowledge and to furnish database for living plant associated fungi. It is the oldest fungal genetic resource centre of India. ITCC is an affiliate member of the World Federation for Culture Collections (WFCC) and is registered with the World Data Centre for Microorganisms (WDCM, registration number 430).

Presently, the main objectives of ITCC are to act as repositories for fungal and bacterial cultures, to provide services viz., supply of authentic fungal and bacterial cultures and identification of fungi and bacteria to technocrats and scientists working in research Institutions, Universities and Industries.

ACTIVITIES

1. Conservation, preservation and maintenance of fungal and bacterial cultures 2. Identification and supply services of fungal and bacterial cultures

3. Public and safe deposition of authentic fungal and bacterial cultures 4. Taxonomic investigations of fungi and bacteria

5. Documentation of the fungi and bacteria MAINTENANCE

All groups of fungi which include plant pathogens, biocontrol agents, fungi for medical and industrial use and also plant pathogenic bacteria are being maintained at ITCC.

PRESERVATION

All the ITCC cultures are preserved as actively growing cultures on agar slants, under mineral oil and isolates producing spores are being lyophilized (freeze drying). Fungi are preserved in 5% glycerol stock and maintained at -200C and bacteria are preserved in 50% glycerol stock and maintained at -80⁰C.

DOCUMENTATION

Catalogue of fungal and bacterial cultures is revised and published at regular intervals.

SERVICES

Identification of fungal and bacterial cultures

Identification of different groups of fungi (Zygomycetes, Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes) and fungi like organisms (Oomycetes) and plant pathogenic bacteria received from researchers and students of different parts of the country along with the prescribed request form (Annexure I) are done on payment basis. The report is sent after identification.

Supply of fungal cultures

Authentic fungal and bacterial cultures only for research purpose are supplied as active cultures on agar slants and are dispatched along with the report by surface mail after three to four weeks of receiving the request in the prescribed format (Annexure II). A Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) should be signed before taking the cultures.

Deposition of cultures

Fungal and bacterial cultures are of Indian origin having some special features (producers of enzymes, toxins, antibiotics) and newly reported taxa (including new genera, new species and new records) will be maintained at ITCC to ensure ex-situ conservation of microbial diversity as public deposit and safe deposit.

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will be preserved in the best possible ways. The cultures will appear in the catalogues and are available to everyone without the approval of the depositor. The depositors are required to submit the accession proforma (Annexure III) for each strain by giving relevant details. The depositors may request for supply of cultures on agar slants which is free of cost for only once. ITCC can accept the cultures for general deposit that confirm to the following:

1. The cultures to be deposited are of interest to ITCC from diversity point of view.

2. Strains of any novel species are accepted.

3. If ITCC already has several strains of a particular species, additional strains of that species may not be accepted for general deposit.

4. We accept only cultures belonging to BSL-1 and BSL-2 level.

Safe Deposits

These cultures are handled with confidentiality. Only the depositor has access to these cultures. There is an annual fee for such a deposit. The ITCC offers a confidential Safe Deposit service for those valuable cultures for which patent protection has not been sought. The cultures will be stored as “Safe-Deposit” in the restricted collection of the ITCC. For each culture deposited, depositor will receive after the viability test a "Declaration of Safe Deposit". The ITCC will take all care to keep them viable and uncontaminated for a period of at least one year after the payment of the annual maintenance fee. The cultures will not appear in the catalogues and are not available to anyone without the approval of the depositor. The depositor has the right to end the deposit at any time and the cultures will be destroyed on his request.

This request must be received at the ITCC before the end of the current year. The depositors are required to submit the accession proforma (Annexure IV) for each strain by giving relevant details and declaration.

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The charges for Identification, Supply and Accession of fungal cultures are as under:

Services

Non-Commercial Organizations/University

(INR) (Per culture)

Commercial Organizations (INR)

(Per culture)

Identification

Phenotypic and

physiological characters based identification

1000.00 (Fungi)+ 18.0% GST = 1180/-

5000.00 (Phytopathogenic Bacteria only) + 18.0% GST = 5900/-

8000.00+ 18.0% GST = 9440/-

10000.00 +18.0% GST = 11800/- Molecular Identification

(Sequencing of ITS/16S rDNA region (partial) and BLAST Analysis)

5000.00 (Fungi)+ 18.0% GST

= 5900/-

10000.00 (Phytopathogenic Bacteriaonly) +18% GST = 11800/-

15000.00+ 18.0% GST = 17700/-

25000.00 +18% GST = 29500/-

Supply

Plant Pathogenic Fungi 600.00+ 18.0% GST = 708/- 3000.00+ 18.0% GST = 3540/- Plant Pathogenic Bacteria 1000.00 + 18.0% GST = 1180/- 5000.00+ 18.0% GST = 5900/- Biocontrol Fungi 1000.00+ 18.0% GST = 1180/- 5000.00+ 18.0% GST = 5900/- Biocontrol Bacteria 5000.00 + 18.0% GST = 5900/- 10000.00+ 18.0% GST = 11800/-

Deposition

Fungal specimens 1000.00+ 18.0% GST = 1180/- 5000.00+ 18.0% GST = 5900/- Fungal & Bacterial Cultures

Public Deposition No Fee No Fee

Safe Deposition Fungal Culture (Per annum)

5000.00+ 18.0% GST = 5900/- 10000.00+ 18.0% GST = 11800/- Bacterial culture (Per

annum)

10000.00 + 18.0% GST = 11800/- 15000.00 + 18.0% GST = 17700/-

Other services

Lyophilization (10 ampules)

2000.00+ 18.0% GST = 2360/- 5000.00+ 18.0% GST = 5900/-

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

1. All orders should be addressed to Head, Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi-110012, India.

2. Request for supply or identification of cultures should be written by faculty members/staff members of the organization. Request letters from students and research scholars must be endorsed by Head of the Departments/Division/Institution.

3. Fee once paid is non-refundable.

4. All payments should be made in advance by demand draft (DD) drawn in favour of ‘ICAR UNIT, IARI’ payable New Delhi. Online payment can also be done using the following bank details. Transaction no. or UTR no. should be provided after the payment for the record.

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IARI, PUSA, New Delhi

Bank Name Canara Bank

Branch Name with Complete Address I.A.R.I

PUSA Campus, New Delhi - 110012

Type of Bank Account Current Account

Account Number 90293050000074

IFSC Code CNRB0019029

MICR Code 110025041

5. Fee may be revised from time to time as per guidelines of ICAR and Govt. of India.

6. Microbial cultures are to be supplied only on official address and not on private address.

7. All the cultures should be handled carefully, taking proper and established safety precautions. ICAR-IARI will not be responsible for misuse or improper handling of the culture(s) received from ICAR-IARI. The trait(s) (production of metabolites, degradation of specific compound etc.) associated with microbial culture(s) that is/are claimed by depositor in passport data, the ICAR-IARI does not take responsibility for the loss/degradation/diminished activity in any of the traits mentioned by the depositor. The ITCC supplies cultures bearing its own accession number.

8. Purity, authenticity and viability of cultures are carefully examined by ITCC, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi. However, if there is any complaint about culture(s), please inform the Head, Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-IARI within three months of the receipt of the cultures.

The ICAR-IARI will not entertain complaints received beyond this period.

9. The Microbiological materials provided by ICAR-IARI are not intended for use on humans.

The microbiological materials designated as biosafety level 2 or 3 constitute known pathogens and the Recipient agrees that other Microbiological Materials not so designated may be pathogenic under certain conditions.

10. Recipient assumes all risk and responsibility in connection with the receipt, handling, storage, disposal, transfer and use of the microbiological materials, taking all appropriate safety and handling precautions to minimize health or environmental risk.

11. Recipient agrees that any activity undertaken with the Microbiological Materials will be conducted in compliance with all applicable guidelines, laws and regulations and that Investigator will obtain all permits, licenses or other approvals required by any governmental authority in connection with Recipient receipt, handling, storage, disposal, transfer and use of the Microbiological Materials.

12. Recipient shall not distribute, sell, lend or otherwise transfer material to a person or entity (not party to this MTA) for any reason, without prior written permission of ICAR-IARI.

13. Any commercial use of the microbial genetic material is strictly prohibited without prior written consent of DARE/ICAR/ICAR-IARI. Recipient acknowledges and agrees that use of certain genetic material may require a license from a person or entity not party to this MTA (Third Party Term).

14. Use of microbial genetic material may be subject to the intellectual property rights of a person or entity not party to this MTA.

15. This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of India including of Biological Diversity Act of 2002 and 2004, without regard to the conflicts of

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of the microbial genetic material.

16. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, any shipment of microbial genetic materials from India to other countries must comply with all applicable foreign and Indian Laws, including the Indian export control laws and related regulations.

17. Under no circumstance, DARE/ICAR/ICAR-IARI will be liable for any indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages of any kind in connection with or arising out of MTA.

18. IPR issues related to the exchange of microbial genetic material will be governed by ICAR IPR regulations.

TERMINATION

This Agreement starts on the Commencement Date and terminates on the Completion Date unless it is terminated earlier in accordance with its termsProvider may terminate this Agreement by the provision of 30 days notice to the Recipient if the Recipient:

a) Commits a breach of any term of this Agreement and if the breach is capable of remedyand the breaching party fails to remedy the breach within 14 days after being required to do so in writing by the non-breaching party i.e. the Recipient.

b) Upon termination of the agreement, the Recipient shall have no rights to use the material or data provided by the Provider for research and shall return all data ad shall return all data provided by Provider in original copy within 15 days of termination of agreement.

PUBLICATIONS

a) Recipient is encouraged to publish, present or otherwise disclose the results of research arising from the Recipient’s use of biological material. This disclosure should include origin of the material and data and any applicable patent or copyright notices accompanying the material or data. Recipient must reflect accession number of microorganisms assigned by ITCC in the publication arising out of use of microbial cultures.

b) The Recipient agrees to acknowledge the Provider organization ICAR- IARI, Government of India in all publications arising out of research on the biological material.

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ANNEXURE I

Request for Identification of fungal/bacterial cultures

Date:

Sender's Address, Phone No. and Email ID:

To

The Head

Division of Plant Pathology

ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi

Subject: Identification of fungal/bacterial cultures - req.- reg.

Sir/Madam,

I request to kindly identify the fungal (No.)/bacterial (No.) cultures up to species level.

The particulars of the cultures are given below:

1. Source of isolation:

2. Place of isolation:

3. Special features if any:

Thanking You,

Yours sincerely,

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Enclosures:

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ANNEXURE II

Request for Supply of fungal/bacterial cultures

Date:

Sender's Address, Phone No. and Email ID:

To

The Head

Division of Plant Pathology

ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi

Subject: Supply of fungal/bacterial cultures - req.- reg.

Sir/Madam,

I request to kindly supply the following fungal (No.) / bacterial (No.) cultures.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Thanking You,

Yours sincerely,

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Enclosures:

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(Indian Type Culture Collection)

Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi-110012, India

Passport Data for Submission of Microbial Culture(s)

Name of depositor(s):

Designation:

Address:

Phone/Fax:

E-mail:

Microorganism’s details Name of microorganism (with isolate/strains/race /biotype etc.)

Type of microorganism (Please Tick)

Fungus Bacterium Other (please specify) Isolation details

Source of isolation (Please Tick)

Plant Soil

Water

Animal Insect Brackish Freshwater Marine

Any other, please specify Name of host; Variety (if

known)

Isolated from which part Isolated by with date

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Place/village District State

Growth and maintenance Media

Temperature Incubation time Sub-culturing period Special requirement for growth and sporulation, if any

Light Intensity*

Light duration*

pH

Other if any

*Required only for cyanobacteria Identification details

Morphological description

Image (Colony photograph is mandatory in case of bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes; for cyanobacteria please provide clear microphotographs showing morphological features like veg. cells, heterocysts, akinetes, hormogonia etc. )

Insert image Taxonomical reference used for identification

Any typical biochemical character, if known

Molecular description (with NCBI/EMBL/DDBJ accession number is essential) Insert image, If any & sequence if possible

Unique marker, if any Identified by

Economic importance (provide details in the form of publication, if any)

Agricultural Industrial Medicinal Biotechnological Pathogenic

(virulence/aggressiveness) Other (if any)

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Deposited in form of Provide accession number, if culture deposited

elsewhere

Publication involving the strain (if any)

Any risk associated with the culture

IPR/Patent information, if any

Culture deposited as

(Please Tick)

Public deposit Safe deposit Declaration

(Mandatory)

I hereby authorize ITCC to distribute accessed microbial strains deposited under ‘Public Deposit’ to public.

Signature and date

General Guidelines

1. Cultures deposited under ‘Public Deposit’ are asset of the ITCC which reserves the right to freely distribute the cultures on demand. General deposit is a free of cost service for depositor(s).

2. ‘Safe Deposit’ is an annual culture maintenance service and the fee has to be paid every year.

3. Attach separate culture passport data sheet for each isolate.

4. Tick appropriate box in passport data sheets.

5. Attach separate sheet, if necessary.

6. Depositor is required to submit final hard as well as soft copies of duly signed passport data sheet (s) along with the culture(s).

7. For any further query, kindly contact Head, Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi-110012, India Email: head_patho@iari.res.in

8. Depositor is required to read “Guidelines for Designated Repositories” notified by National Biodiversity Authority, Chennai (www.nbaindia.org.in) for detailed information about deposition of novel taxa of microorganisms in Designated Repository.

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(Indian Type Culture Collection)

Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi-110012, India

MATERIAL TRANSFER AGREEMENT (MTA) FOR MICROBIAL CULTURES

(Research Purpose Only)

This material transfer agreement (Agreement), effective from... (hereinafter the

“Effective Date”) between ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute (ICAR-IARI) with its registered address at Pusa Campus, New Delhi 110 012 (hereafter ICAR-IARI or Provider) and ... (hereinafter “...” or ‘Recipient”) with its principal place of business located at ... specifies the terms and conditions of the transfer of Material by the Provider and certain data associated therewith (data) for research purpose or the data developed from the research by using the material.

1) Definitions

a) “Agreement” shall mean the Material Transfer Agreement signed and executed between the Provider and the Recipient.

b) “Material” shall mean cultures in solid or liquid or any other form.

c) “Provider” shall mean the organization providing the material. In case of this agreement, it will be IACR-IARI.

d) “Data” shall mean any data that may have been supplied along with the material and or any data that is generated from the transfer of material.

e) “Effective date” shall mean the date from which this agreement becomes effective i.e...

Parties to the agreement are

1) Recipient: ...

2) Provider: ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute (ICAR-IARI), Pusa Campus, New Delhi 110 012

Scope of Agreement: This Agreement applies to the use and handling of the Material by the Recipient.

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• The Microbiological materials provided by ICAR-IARI are not intended for use on humans. The microbiological materials designated as biosafety level 2 or 3 constitute known pathogens and the Recipient agrees that other Microbiological Materials not so designated may be pathogenic under certain conditions.

• Recipient assumes all risk and responsibility in connection with the receipt, handling, storage, disposal, transfer and use of the microbiological materials, taking all appropriate safety and handling precautions to minimize health or environmental risk.

• Recipient agrees that any activity undertaken with the Microbiological Materials will be conducted in compliance with all applicable guidelines, laws and regulations and that Investigator will obtain all permits, licenses or other approvals required by any governmental authority in connection with Recipient receipt, handling, storage, disposal, transfer and use of the Microbiological Materials.

• Recipient shall not distribute, sell, lend or otherwise transfer material to a person or entity (not party to this MTA) for any reason, without prior written permission of ICAR-IARI.

• Any commercial use of the microbial genetic material is strictly prohibited without prior written consent of DARE/ICAR/ICAR-IARI. Recipient acknowledges and agrees that use of certain genetic material may require a license from a person or entity not party to this MTA (Third Party Term).

• Use of microbial genetic material may be subject to the intellectual property rights of a person or entity not party to this MTA.

• This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of India including of Biological Diversity Act of 2002 and 2004, without regard to the conflicts of the law principles thereof. Recipient is solely responsible for compliance with all the foreign and domestic, federal, state and local statutes, ordinances and regulations applicable to use of the microbial genetic material.

• Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, any shipment of microbial genetic materials from India to other countries must comply with all applicable foreign and Indian Laws, including the Indian export control laws and related regulations.

• Under no circumstance, DARE/ICAR/ICAR-IARI will be liable for any indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages of any kind in connection with or arising out of MTA.

• IPR issues related to the exchange of microbial genetic material will be governed by ICAR IPR regulations.

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Date unless it is terminated earlier in accordance with its terms

Provider may terminate this Agreement by the provision of 30 days notice to the Recipient if the Recipient:

c) Commits a breach of any term of this Agreement and if the breach is capable of remedyand the breaching party fails to remedy the breach within 14 days after being required to do so in writing by the non-breaching party i.e. the Recipient.

d) Upon termination of the agreement, the Recipient shall have no rights to use the material or data provided by the Provider for research and shall return all data ad shall return all data provided by Provider in original copy within 15 days of termination of agreement.

PUBLICATIONS

c) Recipient is encouraged to publish, present or otherwise disclose the results of research arising from the Recipient’s use of biological material. This disclosure should include origin of the material and data and any applicable patent or copyright notices accompanying the material or data. Recipient must reflect accession number of microorganisms assigned by ITCC in the publication arising out of use of microbial cultures.

d) The Recipient agrees to acknowledge the Provider organization ICAR- IARI, Government of India in all publications arising out of research on the biological material.

We, the duly authorized representatives of... (Name of Recipient) and ... (Name of Provider) acknowledge and agree to the terms and conditions contained in this Material Transfer Agreement, as evidenced by our Signatures below.

Recipient Provider (ICAR-IARI)

By:... By:...

Printed Name: ... Printed Name:...

Title:... Title:...

Date:... Date:...

E-mail: E-mail: head_patho@iari.res.in

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Authors are thankful to Dr. A.K. Singh, Director, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi for providing necessary facilities to maintain the National collection of Fungal and Bacterial Biodiversity. We express our gratitude to Dr. Rashmi Aggarwal, Dean & Joint Director

(Education) and Head, Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-IARI who has provided

sustained technical support, guidance and encouragement. Authors are also thankful to

Indian Council of Agricultural Research for financial support.

T. Prameela Devi Deeba Kamil

Amrita Das Kalyan Kumar Mondal

T.K. Bag Dinesh singh R. Sudeep Toppo

Chander Mani Sachin Rathee

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LIST OF FUNGAL CULTURES

ABSIDIA CALIFORNICA Ellis &Hesselt.

3366 Compost, Renu Sharma 1985

3367 Soil, Renu Sharma 1985

ABSIDIA COERULEA Bainier

394 Allahabad, Shri Ranjan 1944

601 NRRL, 1310 1946

617 NRRL, 1314 1946

847 (-) Enrique Schiel, IMA, M-37-3m-848 1951 848 (+) Enrique Schiel, IMA, M-37-3m-847 1951 ABSIDIA CORYMBIFERA (Cohn) Sacc. & Trotter, (LICHTHEIMIA CORYMBIFERA (Cohn) Vuill.)#

1272 IMI 1966

1549 Soil, Allahabad, A.K. Sarbhoy 1970

1619 Dung, New Delhi, R. Iyer 1973

3480 Glycine max seed, Vishwadhar 1985

3621 Tannery effluents, Agra, R.M. Saxsena 1988

4368 Soil, Jammu, G. Sumbali 1993

ABSIDIA CYLINDROSPORA Hagem

396 Allahabad, Shri Ranjan 1944

2957 Turkey, Ismet Hasenkogulu 1980

ABSIDIA CYLINDROSPORA var. NIGRA Hesseltine & Ellis

3368 Compost, New Delhi, Renu Sharma 1985 3369 Compost, New Delhi, Renu Sharma 1985 ABSIDIA GLAUCA Hagem

42 (-) B.B. Mundkur 1937

43 (+) B.B. Mundkur 1937

80 (+) K.M. Thomas (ICST) 1937

81 (-) K.M. Thomas (ICST) 1937

1753 (+) CBS (100.40), Netherlands 1973 1754 (-) CBS (100.40), Netherlands 1973 ABSIDIA PSEUDOCYLINDROSPORA Hesseltine& Ellis

3365 Compost, New Delhi, Renu Sharma 1985 ABSIDIA SPINOSA Lendner

395* Allahabad, Sri Ranjan 1944

842 Enrique Schiel, Lam 1951

1290 Pilani, Gundu Rao 1966

ACHAETOMIUM GLOBOSUM Rai & Tewari

2462* Hyderabad, V. Ravindra Nath 1977

ACHAETOMIUM STRUMARIUM Rai, Tewari & Mukerji (CHAETOMIUM STRUMARIUM Rai, Tewari & Mukerji)#

1755* Citrullus vulgaris var. fistulosus roots, New Delhi, P.N. 1976 Chowdhry

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ACHAETOMIUM sp.

7385 Paper, IARI New Delhi, N. Mathur 2013 ACREMONIUM BYSSOIDES Gams & Lim

5261 Apple leaves, Nauni 2001

ACREMONIUM IMPLICATUM Gilman & Abbott

7403 Mango Malformation, Chattisgarh, S. Joseph 2013

7703 Paddy, Delhi, Sudeep Toppo 2014

ACREMONIUM MINUTISPORUM (Sukapure & Thirum.) W. Gams

1164* Soil, Sewri, M.J.Thirumalachar, (HACC 108) 1962 ACREMONIUM PERSICINUM (Nicot) W. Gams

2463 Hyderabad, V. Ravindra Nath 1977

4872 Soil, Hissar, Raman 1999

4926 Soil, Barrackpore, N.C. Pandit 2000

4965 Soil, Dr N.C Pandit West Bengal 2000

5329 Insect, Katrain 2001

ACREMONIUM RECIFEI (Leao & Lobo) W. Gams (XENOACREMONIUM RECIFEI Leão&Lôbo)#

3520* Hyperparasite on Oaveatectoniae 1986 ACREMONIUM ROSEOGRISEUM (S. B.Saksena) W. Gams

6406 R. Singh 2008

6676 Mango surface, Ludhiana, S.N. Jha 2010 ACREMONIUM STRICTUM W. Gams (SAROCLADIUM STRICTUM Gams)# 1408 Zea mays rhizosphere, New Delhi, D.D. Kulshreshtha 1970

1877 Keratin, Saugar, S.C. Agarwal 1974

ACREMONIUM TERRICOLA (Miller, Giddens & Foster) W. Gams(ACREMONIUM IMPLICATUM Gilman & Abbott)

2423 Hyderabad, V. Ravindra Nath 1977

2424 Hyderabad, V. Ravindra Nath 1977

3895 New Delhi, P.N. Chowdhry 1988

ACREMONIUM ZEYLANICUM (Petch) W. Gams & H.C. Evans

3027* Aphis brassicae, P.N. Chowdhry 1981

5493 Aceria, Trichur, S.P.Beevi 2004

ACREMONIUM sp.

3489* New Delhi, J.L. Varshney 1986

5318 Aswagandha, RAU, R. B.Gaur 2002

5324 Rose Plant, Ramachandran, H.H.R.Banglore 2002

6664 Potato rhizosphere, Coimbatore, M.Sivakumar 2010

6776 Paddy, Imphal, G.S. Laimajun 2011

7523 Areca Nut, Res. Centre Kahikuchi, Assam, G.C. 2014 Acharya

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7536 Rhizosphereof halophytes, N.L. Patel, Navsari, Gujarat 2014 ACTINOMUCOR ELEGANS (Eidam) C.R. Benj. &Hesseltine

1063 Institute for fermentation, Osaka, Japan 1947 4252 Cow pea seeds, Jobner, Rajasthan 1992 AGARICUS BISPORUS (Lange) Imbach

1924 New Delhi 1975

1925 New Delhi 1975

1926 New Delhi 1975

1927 Solan 1975

1928 Solan 1975

1929 Solan 1975

1931 New Delhi 1975

1933 New Delhi 1975

2074 California, R.G. Lincoln 1976

2075 California, R.G. Lincoln 1976

2368 Srinagar, B.C. Dhar 1977

3254 Chandigarh, J.N. Kapoor 1983

3503 T. M7, D. Bahukhandi 1986

3554 UM x 15, Mauritius, Peerally 1986

3607 LS – 11, Srinagar, H.L. Parimoo 1986

3608 L 310, Srinagar, H.L. Parimoo 1986

3609 L 56, Srinagar, H.L. Parimoo 1986

3611 M-2, Srinagar, H.L. Parimoo 1986

3612 S -310, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3613 S -56, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3614 649, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3615 L -20, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3616 LM 70, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3617 TM 7, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3618 791 Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3695 Solan, B.L. Dhar 1987

3696 Solan, B.L. Dhar 1987

3697 Solan, B.L. Dhar 1987

3705 UK Darlington, H.L. Parimoo 1987

3706 PA USA, H.L. Parimoo 1987

3707 USA, H.L. Parimoo 1987

3708 (Hyb. 3), Cambell soup, USA, H.L.Parimoo 1987 3709 (Hyb. 2), Cambell soup, USA, H.L. Parimoo 1987 3710 (Hyb. 1), Cambell soup,USA, H.L. Parimoo 1987

3711 S-11, New Delhi, D. Bahukhandi 1987

3741 310, MACS 4, Pune, A.V. Sathe 1987

4004 INRA, J.R. Morzers, France (No. 53) 1989

4288 56, Jammu-Tavi, J.L. Kachroo 1992

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4289 L-2C, Jammu-Tavi, J.L. Kachroo 1992

4290 310, Jammu-Tavi, J.L. Kachroo 1992

4291 M-2, Jammu-Tavi, J.L. Kachroo 1992

4750 U1, Iran, Abrahi 1997

4753 U13, Iran, Abrahim 1997

4754 HU-1, Iran, Abrahim 1997

4756 2001 Amyce, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997 4757 549 Somycel, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997 4758 76 Somycel, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997

4759 M2, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997

4760 21 Lilion, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997

4761 2002 MSL, USA, A. Bahl 1997

4762 333, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997

4763 501 Inter Spawn, New Delhi, A. Bahl 1997 5102 333-3, New Delhi, D. Bahukhandi 2001 6045 USA, Hybrid, IARI, New Delhi, D. Bahukhandi 2005

6112 A-15 Teheran. E.M. Goltapeh 2006

6113 512 Teheran. E.M. Goltapeh 2006

6173 S-454, IARI, D.Bahukhandi 2006

6174 Hybrid, USA-51, IARI, D.Bahukhandi 2006

7866 U-3, HPKVV, S. Dhancholia 2015

8584 National Horticulture Board,Bagwani Bhawan N.D 2019 AGARICUS BITORQUIS (Quelet) Sacc.

1930 K-1, Solan 1979

2903 New Delhi, N. Bahal 1979

2905 New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1979

2906 New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1979

3156 Solan, C.L. Jandaik 1982

3157 Solan, C.L. Jandaik 1982

3265 Solan, C.L. Jandaik 1953

3610 K-26 , Solan, H.L. Parimoo 1986

3619 RAB 50, Solan, B.L. Dhar 1986

3963 At-5, Solan, E.M. Goltapeh 1989

3964 At-6, Solan, E.M. Goltapeh 1989

4292 Jammu-Tavi, J.L. Kachroo 1992

AGARICUS XANTHODERMA Genevier

3742 MACS, S-18, AV Sathe 1991

4126 MACS, Pune, A.V.Sathe 1990

AGARICUS sp.

2905 New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1979

2906 New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1979

3265 Solan, C.L. Jandaik 1953

3846 New Delhi, IARI Campus, D. Bahukhandi 1988 3847 New Delhi, IARI Campus, J.N. Kapoor 1988

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7902 New Delhi, IARI Campus, D. Bahukhandi 2017 ALTERNANIA ALTERNATA (Fr.) Keissier

520* Wheat, London, B.B.Mundkur 1944

621* A.T.C.C.- 6663 1946

1661* Lab contaminant, New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1972

1774* Bamboo.Dr J.N Kapoor 1973

2370* Dolichos seeds, Nainital, Y.P.S. Pangtey 1977 2680 Pandanus, Bhubaneswar, Durg, A. Gupta 1979 3251 Apple leaves, Varanashi, K.C. Basu 1983 3467 * Soybean seed, New Delhi, Vishwadhar 1985 3522* Eucalyptus grandis, Kerala, J.K. Sharma 1986

4522* Wheat, New Delhi, S.P. Lal 1994

4789 Cauliflower, New Delhi, N.Mathur 1998 4896* Lantana sp.,Jabalpur, S.Saxena 1999 5198* Chilli, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2001 5207* Malus pumila, Kashmir, Shahzad Ahmed 2001

5389 Crocus, Shalimar, Azam Wani 2002

5470* Onion, Vallanad, S.Eswara Murthy 2003

5494 Dr D.P Singh,Rajsthan 2004

5501* Chilli, Anasand, Y.S. Sherasiya 2004 5502* Sesamum, Junagadh, B.K.Kikari 2004

5503* Chilli, Navsari 2004

5513 Trionthama, Mumbai, B.N.Vyas 2004

5517* Chilli, Junagadh, 2004

5558 Ground Nut, Dept of Plant pathology TANU Coimbatore 2004

5573* Onion, Anand, S.J.Patel 2004

5582 Leaf spot, Dr A Sankawalingam,Coimbatore 2005 6080* Guizotia abissynica, Darjiling, Aniruddha Saha 2006

6055 I.A.R.I, New Delhi 2006

6095 Amranthuspaniculatus, Almora, S.Pant 2006 6129* Kinnow, Sriganganagar , R.B.Gaur 2006

6134 Dr R.K Patil Anand 2006

6135 Bitter Gourd, Navsari Gujrat 2006

6139* Jatropha, Karnataka, S.K.Prasunth 2006

6203 Dr R.K Patil Anand 2007

6224 Anthurium leaf, Vadodora, A. Arya 2007 6234 Cauliflower, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2007 6269 Cymbidium sp., Pantnagar, L. B. Yadav 2007

6278* Cumin, Jaipur, S. C. Jain 2007

6303 Aloevera, M. Pandey, Kalyanpur Kanpur 2008

6331 Chilli, Anand, V. P. Gohil 2008

6339 Okra, Agriculture, NAU Nausari 2008

6343 Tomato, Arti Yadav, Jaipur 2008

6344 Dr. K. E Lawarde, Rajasthan 2008

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6368 Jatropha, Rabinder Kumar, BHU 2008 6442 Coelogynelator, Dr R. P Pant, Skkim 2009

6444 Rubber,Coimbatore, A. Saha 2009

6447 Colenogye, Dr R. P Pant, Skkim 2009

6456 Cumin, A. M. Parakha, Junagarh 2009

6471 Jucca Plant, Manju lal Pandey, Kanpur 2009 6472* Helicoria plant, Manju lal Pandey, Kanpur 2009

6478 Vuleriana, IARI, Kalimpong 2009

6479 Artemisia annua, Anand, K. Mondal 2009 6531 Strawberry, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2010

6548 Bail, R G jat, Jobner 2010

6549 Cordie, R G jat, Jobner 2010

6550 Bail, R G jat, Jobner 2010

6573 Cordie, R G jat, Jobner 2010

6574 Mango, Rishi Bharadwaj, ludhiana 2010 6577 Sesbania aculeate, IARI, Deeba Kamil 2010 6609 Mango (Alphanso), Ludhiana, S. N. Jha 2010

6620 Aloevera, R. Bhadoria, Gwalior 2010

6622 Seed mycoflora, NAU, Nausari 2010

6626 Blighted leaf, N. C. Chatterji, Burdman 2010 6631 Orange, S. Gangopadhayay, Bikaner 2010

6643 Soil, IARI, Dr. K Parbeen 2010

6646 While grub, B. Bathacharya, shalimar 2010

6649 Dracaena, IARI, N.Mathur 2010

6657* Tomato seed, Anand, Jadeja 2010

6666* Vermi compost, New Delhi, A. Nigam 2010 6680 Mango surface, Ludhiana, S.N. Jha 2010 6681* Mango surface, Ludhiana, S.N. Jha 2010

6695* Gerbera, Kasmir, H.A. Bhat 2010

6702 Spider mite, K Ramaraju, TNAU, Coimbtore 2011

6704* Cauliflower, IARI, D. Singh 2011

6714 Sesamum, Bapatla, K. Banu 2011

6715* Mango, Sardar Krishinagar, R. L. Patel 2011 6757 Tomato roots, Nita Mauthur, IARI, New Delhi 2011 6767 Bamboo, Mallleswaram, O.K. Rema Devi 2011

6778 Potato, Imphal, G. Sharma 2011

6851 Orchid, Sikim, R.P. Pant 2011

6853 Alovera leaf, Rekha Bhawana, Gwalior 2011 6902 Andriya leaf, Dr. Y K Sharma, Ajmer 2011

6940 Pepano, Jammu, M.K. Pandey 2011

6944 Carrot, New Delhi, National Plant Quarantine Station 2011 6982 Cluster beans, Anand, N.M. Gohel 2012 7023 Anthorium, A shanker lingam, Tanu Madurai 2012

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7024 Chrysanthemum, H lal, JNU 2012

7025 Chilli,LMasoudiskuast,srinagar 2012

7031 Rose,Mamtagoyal, Govt college Ajmer 2012

7036 Potato, Deepika Srivastava 2012

7037 Tomato, Jawalapur, D. Srivastava 2012 7038 Onion, Jawalapur, D. Srivastava 2012 7039 Mustard, Jawalapur , D. Srivastava 2012

7067 Potato Anand, S.J. Patel 2012

7105 Moneyplant, IARI, Deebakamil 2012

7114 Tomato leaves, West Godavari, R, Devi 2012

7155 Rose,NitaMathur,IARI,New Delhi 2013

7165 Bottle Plam,Nita Mathur IARI New Delhi 2013 7171 Carrot Leaf, Bikaner, Jobner, R.P. Ghasolia 2013 7192 Opium flower, IARI, New Delhi, N. Mathur 2013 7197* Mango, IARI, New Delhi, D. Kamil 2013 7212 Date Plam,A H Sipai,Kachchh Gujrat 2013 7296 Carrot Fruit,Nita Mathur,IARI New Delhi 2013 7297 Cherry Leaf,Nita Mathur,IARI New Delhi 2013

7301 Saffron, Jammu, Vishal Gupta 2013

7304 Phylloplane of colocasia 2013

7327 K.K Sharma,Ajmer 2013

7328 Mung bean,SSingh,Varansi 2013

7360* Tomato stem, NCIPM, New Delhi, M.N. Bhat 2013 7361 Neetarine, IBES, Hamirpur, Kumud 2013 7362 Rhizophere of Pigeonpea, Bikaner, V.K. Gaur 2013 7415 Tea Ecosystem,Tea Res. Asso., Jalpaiguri, A. Babu 2013 7417 Coriander Leaves, Jobner, K.S. Shekhawat 2013 7446 Cucumber, Pl. Path., SKUAST, Kashmir, Shanaz 2014

7502 Soil, New Delhi, K. Kumar 2014

7503* Tomato, New Delhi, Dinesh Singh 2014 7532 Zizyphus, Faizabad,U.P., S. Kumar 2014 7665 Ficus religiosa, IARI, New Delhi, D. Kamil & M. Singh 2014 7697 Eucalyptus globules,Deeba Kamil &MuharSingh,New Delhi 2014 7699 Unknown,Deeba Kamil,Taranwali Haryana 2014 7702 Papaya fruit, IARI, New Delhi, R. S. Toppo & D. Kamil 2014 7704 Coriander Leaves, Jobner, K.S. Shekhawat 2014 7729 Stevia rhaudiana, BIT Mesna, Ranchi, M. Kumari 2015 7914 Bottle Ground, Wadoora, N. A. Bhat 2016 7919 Pomegranates, Solapur, Jyotsana 2016 8019 Brassica oleracea, New Delhi, Deebakamil 2016 8020 Zingiber officinale, New Delhi, Deebakamil 2016 8022 Brassica oleracea,DrDeebakamil& R.STopoo IARI ND 2016 8021 Brassica oleracea, New Delhi, Deebakamil 2016

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8205 Barley Seed, Dungarpur, Virender Kumar 2017

8323 Wheat , New Delhi , D.Kamil 2018

8327 Citrus maxima, IARI, New Delhi, Amrita Das 2018 8336 Soybean leaf, MPUAT, Rajasthan, Raj Kumar Fagodiya 2018

8347 Chilli, Dantewada, K.Mukesh 2018

8365 Blackgram, MPUAT, Rajasthan, Vimal Kumar 2018 8417 Asalio leaf, MPUAT, Rajasthan, Poonam kr. 2018 8423 Makhana leaf, Saharsa, Santosh Kumar 2018

8429 Tomato, Ajmer, Tahira Bano 2018

8530 Lettuce Leaf,M.N Bhat New Delhi 2019 8531 Bottle Gourd,M.N Bhat,New Delhi 2019

8539 Cucumber,M.N Bhat,NewDelhi 2019

8542 Bottle Ground,M.N Bhat NCIPM,New Delhi 2019 8543 Couli Flower, M.N Bhat NCIPM,New Delhi 2019 8544 Bitter Ground, M.N Bhat NCIPM,New Delhi 2019 8545 Bringal, M.N Bhat NCIPM,New Delhi 2019 8568 Ber,Head,Panjab Agriculture University Ludhiyana 2019 8586 Mango fruit, P. Kumari, J.P. University, Chhappra, Bihar

8589 Bill Paper, M.N Bhat NCIPM,New Delhi 2019 8654 Mustard,HOD,RRS & FOA SKUAST-K 2019 8696 Parthinium,Vaishli Roy,indore M.P 2019

8708 Cabbage, M. N. Bhat, New Delhi 2019

8709 Tomato, M. N. Bhat, New Delhi 2019

ALTERNARIA BRASSICAE (Berk.) Sacc

2542* Brassica sp., New Delhi, T.P. Bhowmik 1978 ALTERNARIA BRASSICICOLA (Schwein.) Wiltshire

6193 Brasinajunica, R P Maharshi, jobner 2007 8279 Brassica rapa, Assam, Priya Danshini 2018

8321 Wheat, New Delhi, Deeba Kamil 2018

8344* Brassica rapa, Jorhat, P. Bhorali 2018 ALTERNARIA BURNSII Uppal et al.

4285* Cumin, Udaipur, S. Mathur & P.N. Chowdhry 1992 ALTERNARIA CITRI Ellis & Pierce emend Bliss & Fawcett.

1663* Tottori University, Japan, S.N. Nishimura 1972 7940* Saffron, Srinagar, Mu. G. Hassan 2016 7965* Groundnut, Anantapur, K.S.S.Naik 2016 ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA (ELLIS & Everh) Elliot

6012* Cluster bean, Bapatla, S. Reddy 2005 6121* Cluster bean, Bapatla, S. Reddy 2005 ALTERNARIA EICHHORNIAE Nagraj et al.

5349* Water hyacinth, Vellayani, R. Praveena 2002 ALTERNARIA KIKUCHIANA Tanak

1666* Tottori University, Japan, S.N. Nishimura 1972

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ALTERNARIA MALI Roberts

1665* Tottori Unive, Japan, S.N. Nishimura 1972

5214* Apple, Kashmir, S. Ahmed 2001

ALTERNARIA PHRAGMOSPORA Emden (EMBELLISIA PHRAGMOSPORA)# 7807* Plant, Jharkhand, Noopur Khare 2015 ALTERNARIA RADICINA Meier, Drechsler & Eddy

3352 Carrot, IARI, New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1984 ALTERNARIA RAPHANI (ALTERNARIA JAPONICA, Yoshi)#

7854* Endophytii fungi , Tiruchirapalli, R. Amitha 2015 8363* Plant leaves, Tiruchirapalli, M.Sathiyabama 2018 ALTERNARIA SP

6487 Cumin, Parakhia Junagarh 2009

ALTERNARIA SESAMI (Kawamura) Mohanty & Behera

5218 Sesamum, Raichur, Naik & P.N. Chowdhry 2001 ALTERNARIA SOLANI (Ellis & Martin) Sorauer

3640* Potato, Kalyani, A.K. Kaul 1986

4632* Tomato leaves, New Delhi, S.P. Lal 1995

5350* Tomato, Dharwad, M.K. Naik 2002

ALTERNARIA TENUISSIMA (Kunzo) Wiltshire

1744* Brassica oleracea var. botrytis leaves,New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1973 2369* Dolichossp. Seed, Nainital, Y.P.S. Pangtey 1977 7736 Rice, IARI, New Delhi, Parimal Sinha 2015 7808* Endophytii fungi, Tiruchirapalli, R. Amitha 2015 7942 Chilli, Uttarakhand, R.P.Singh 2016 7964 Ground nut, Anantpur, K.S.S.Naik 2016 8178 Lentil, New Delhi, Lakshman Prasad 2017 8180 Lentil, New Delhi, Lakshman Prasad 2017 8357 Water hyacinth, Saharsa, Bihar, Santosh Kumar 2018 8519 G/N Seed,KavitaRathore,MLS Unit Udaipur 2019

8520 Chilli,SanjeevMeena,Udaipur 2019

8551 Wheat leaf,Puja Kumari.T.M Bhagalpur 2019 ALTERNARIA TENUIS Nees (ALTERNARIA ALTERNATA)#

1434* Soil, D.Kulshreshtha 1970

ALTERNARIA TOMATO (Cooke) Brinkman sensu Weber

5263* Tomato Krushinagar, S.R.S. Dange 2001

7935 Tomato, Navsari, Head 2016

ALTERNARIA TRITICINA Prasada, & Prabhu

1186* Triticum aestivum leaves, New Delhi, A.S. Prabhu 1962

4838* CBS, 763.89, Netherland 1998

5178* CIMMYT. Pusa Campus New Delhi 2000

5184* Wheat 12, New Delhi, S. Chowdhry& P.N. Chowdhry 2001 5185* Wheat 12, New Delhi, S.Chowdhry& P.N. Chowdhry 2001

5496* Wheat, Karnal, O.P. Singh 2004

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ALTERNARIA VITIS (Cov.) Sacc.

4921* Hyderabad, Murthi 2000

ALTERNARIA sp.

1186* Triticum aestivum leaves, New Delhi, A.S. Prabhu 1962

1716 P. N Choudhary 1972

4309* Dr. R P Gupta, Nasik 1992

4838* CBS, 763.89, Netherland 1998

5184* Wheat 12, New Delhi, S. Chowdhry& P.N. Chowdhry 2001 5185* Wheat 12, New Delhi, S.Chowdhry& P.N. Chowdhry 2001

5496* Wheat, Karnal, O.P. Singh 2004

AMPELOMYCES QUISQUALIS Ces.

5441* Apple plant, Dr. Sk Sharma, Junagarh 2003 ANELLARIA SEPULCHRALIS (Berk.)

3743 MACS, Pune, A.V.Sathe, 1987

APLOSPORELLA Speg.

7387 Dead stick of Papaya, IARI, New Delhi, N. Mathur 2013 ARACHNIOTUS DANKALIENSIS (Castell) van Beyma (GYMNASCELLA DANKALIENSIS)#

3213 Dr. G.R.ghosh 1982

3388* Orissa, G.R. Ghosh 1985

3567 0-902, NRRL 1677, G.R. Ghosh 1986

3569 0-3524, NRRL 5133, G.R. Ghosh 1986

3570 0-157, G.R. Ghosh 1986

ARACHNIOTUS INDICUS (TALAROMYCES FLAVUS Klöcker)#

1118 West Bengal, Dr.G.N Das Gupta 1959

ARTHRINUM PHAEOSPERMUM (Corda) M.B. Ellis

1395 Zeamays rhizosphere, New Delhi, Kulshreshtha 1970 ARTHROBOTRYS Sp.

4906 Sulfipalm, IARI, New Delhi, S. P. Lal 1999 ASCHERSONIA PLACENTA Berk. & Ber

5561 Sugarcane, Visakhapattanam, T.S.S.K. Patro 2004 ASCOCHYTA RABIEI (Passerini) Labrousse

4785* Chickpea, Jammu, S.K. Singh 1998

ASCOSPHAERA sp.

6510* Beehive, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2009 ASPERGILLUS ACULEATUS Lizuka

2588 Miclogy Division IARI New Delhi 1978 2589 Cow dung, New Delhi, J.L. Varshney 1978 5078 Soil, Hyderabad, C. Manoharachary 2000

5449 Mango leaf,Dr O.P PandyLakhnow 2003

ASPERGILLUS ALLIACEUS Thom & Church

892 R. Ciferri, LCP 545 (IMBA) 1952

1455 WB 315, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

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2590 Soil,Kanpur 1978 ASPERGILLUS AMSTELODAMI (Mangin) Thorm& Church (EUROTIUM AMSTELODAMI)#

316 New Delhi, U.N. Mohanty 1942

7466 Milk Product, IARI, New Delhi, N. Mathur 2014 ASPERGILLUS AWAMORI Nakazawa

924 Soil, Chinsurah, S.B. Chattopadhyaya 1953 1418 Zea mays rhizosphere, New Delhi, Kulshreshtha 1970 2591 Dead wood, New Delhi, J.L. Varshney 1978 2918 Baroda, Sarabhai Research Centre 1979 2741 Carissa carandus, Agra, M.N. Gupta 1980

4680 Noida, U.P., I.J. Babbar 1996

4858 NRRL 4760, Noida, I.J. Babbar 1999

ASPERGILLUS CANDIDUS Link ex Fr.

2593 Achras zapota, Muradabad, J.L. Varshney 1978 ASPERGILLUS CARBONARIUS (Bainier) Thom

1415 Zea mays rhizosphere, IARI, D.D. Kulshreshtha 1970

1459 WB 67, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

7789 Soil, IARI, New Delhi, D. Kamil 2015

ASPERGILLUS CLAVATUS Desmazieres

454 NRRL – 8, K.B. Raper 1950

1442 WB 2254, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

1443 WB 2255 (Albino), V.P. Agnihotri 1970 2597 Pigeon droppings, New Delhi, J.L. Varshney 1978 2598 (Albino) Soil, Kasaragod, J.L. Varshney 1978 6441 Ground nut rhizosphere, Bikaner, V.K. Gaur 2009 6537 Viola plant, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2010 6542 Coimbatore, Project co-ordinator 2010

6542 CICR, Coimbatore 2010

7365 Rhizosphere of Pigeonpea, Bikaner, V.K. Gaur 2013 8306 Paddy straw, New Delhi, Microbiology 2018 ASPERGILLUS CREBER (Jurjević)

8070 Soil, Meghalaya, Deeba Kamil 2016

ASPERGILLUS DEFLECTUS Fennell &Raper

4480* Jammu, G. Sumbali 1994

4487 Almora, A. Pandey 1994

5392 Forest soil, Almora, Anita Pandey 2002 6584 Agricultural field, Solan, A. Mathur 2010 ASPERGILLUS ELLIPTICUS Thom &Raper

3758 Dehradun, A.K. Vijayan 1987

ASPERGILLUS FICUUM (Reich.) Hennings

2602 Soil, Trivandrum, J.L. Varshney 1978 ASPERGILLUS FISCHERI Wehmer (NEOSARTORYA FISCHERI)#

1454 WB 181, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

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5304 Soil, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2001 5305 Soil, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2001 5444 Marine source erode, K.C. Thirumurthy 2003

6313 Onion, Pune, K.E. Lawande 2008

6707 Metal contaminated site, Hissar, Bishny 2011

7071 Groundnut, Kadiri, Reddy 2012

7641 Air, Pt. R. Shukla Uni., Raipur, Chhattisgarh 2014 ASPERGILLUS FISCHERI var. GLABER Fennel & Raper

2648 Soil, Madras, J.L. Varshney 1978

6313 Onion, Pune, K.E. Lawande 2008

6707 Metal ContSite,Prof.Vishnoi,Hisar 2011 7405 Air, Ambikapur, Chattisgarh, S. Joseph 2013 7406 Air, Ambikapur, Chattisgarh, S. Joseph 2013 ASPERGILLUS FLAVIPES (Bainier&Sartory) Thom & Church

106* IST Kanpur 1939

2007 Wheat grain, New Delhi, S.P. Lal 1975

5445 Soil, Hyderabad 2003

8378 Mushroom, Jharkand, Nisha Panna 2018 ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS Link

107 ISTI, Kanpur 1936

298 Soil, U.N. Mohanty and K.C. Mehta 1939 313 Cheese, New Delhi, U.N. Mohanty 1941 314 Dead locust, New Delhi, U.N. Mohanty 1941 315 Stale bread, New Delhi, U.N. Moharity 1941

324 Dead locust, Mr. Mohanty 1942

325 Dead locust, New Delhi, U.N. Mohanty 1942 614 N.R.R.L. 693, PDA, B.M. Gupta

1419 Zea mays rhizosphere, New Delhi, D.D. Kulshreshtha 1970

1466 WB 482, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

1623 Dung, New Delhi, R.Iyer 1971

1652 Arachis hypogaea, Hyderabad, A.S. Indulkar 1971 1654 Arachis hypogaea, Hyderabad, A.S. Indulkar 1971 1655 Arachis hypogeal, Hyderabad, A.S. Indulkar, 1971 1670 Areca catechu, New Delhi, J.N. Kapoor 1972

1717 J N Kapoor,Hyderabad 1972

2043 Wheat grain, New Delhi, S.P. Lal 1975

2438 Hyderabad, V. Ravindra Nath 1977

2458 1615, IARI-Regional Station, Hyderabad, B.C. Dhar 1977 2547 Chick lungs, Akola, N.N. Khune 1978 3473 Soybean Seedling, IARI, New Delhi, Shri. Vishwadhar 1985 3959 Soil, New Delhi, H.A.K. Sarwar 1989

4447 Izatnagar, A. Sikdhar 1994

4793 Insect, CPCRI, Kerala, M. Gopal 1998

4850 Air, New Delhi, D. Sanyal 1999

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4853 NRRL 492, Noida, I.J. Babbar 1999

4891 17 PN Soil, Hissar, Raman 1999

5003 Opisina insect, CPCRI, A. Gupta 2000

5004 Stephonitrs, CPCRI, A. Gupta 2000

5005 Opisina, CPCRI, A. Gupta 2000

5006 Proutista, CPCRI, A. Gupta 2000

5072 Soil, Hyderabad, C. Manoharachary 2000 5192 Groundnut, IARI, New Delhi, N.Mathur 2000

5290 Jorhat, N. Majumdar 2001

5477 Human ear, Agra, RituBajpei 2003

6062 Soil, Junagadh, V. Kumar 2006

6284 Groundnut rhizosphere, Junagadh 2008

6315 Onion, Pune, K.E. Lawande 2008

6324 IIT, Roorkee, J.S. Upadhyaya 2008

6347 Goundnut seed, IARI, Alemayehu Getachew 2008 6352 Soybean seed, IARI, Alemayehu Getachew 2008 6353 Goundnut seed, IARI, Alemayehu Getachew 2008 6363 Paddy seed, IARI, Alemayehu Getachew 2008 6372 Sesbania aculeata, BHU, Varanasi, R. Kumar 2008 6414 Soil, Calcutta, A.K. Bandoupadhyay 2009 6444 Rubber rhizosphere, Siliguri, A. Saha 2009 6515 Sewage sludge, Karnal, P.K. Joshi 2010

6541 CICR, Coimbatore 2010

6562 Degrading wood, Hissar, N. Singh 2010 6641 Soil, IARI, New Delhi, S.B. Singh 2010 6678 Mango surface, CIPHET, Ludhiana, S.N. Jha 2010 6696 Chilli rhizosphere, Jammu, S. Gupta 2010 6720 Pea rhizosphere, IARI, New Delhi, S. Gaind 2011 6777 Groundnut, Imphal, G.S. Liamajum 2011 6865 Larva of Teak, Navsari, Z. P. Patel 2011 6972 Groundnut seed, Bachupally, Sasidharen 2011

7055 Nematode eggs, IARI, Uma Rao 2012

7364 Rhizophere of Pigeonpea, Bikaner, V.K .Gaur 2013 7786 Soil, IARI, New Delhi, D. Kamil 2015 7796 Soil, IARI, New Delhi, D. Kamil 2015 7862 Soil, Indian Institute of Soil Science, Bhopal, Asha Sahu 2015 7364 Pigeon pea, Bikaner, V.K. Gaur 2013

7796 Soil, New Delhi, Deeba Kamil 2015

7996 Ground nut New Delhi, R. Sudeep toppo 2016 8305 Paddy flower, New Delhi, Microbiology 2018 8207 Wheat seeds, Jaipur, R.R. Khir 2017 8511 Soil,A.NPaslawar,Coart,Dr P.D.K.V Akola 2019

8529 Brinjal seed,V.RGoyal,Gujrat 2019

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8553 Satish Kumar Sain,Sirsa 2019

8555 Satish Kumar Sain,Sirsa 2019

8601 Wheat Seed,KBiswas,I.A.R.INew Delhi 2019 8604 Mung Bean,DrK.Biswas I.A.R.I New Delhi 2019 8691 Soil & Industrial paper,Dr Aashish Vyas LPU Phagwera 2019

ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS var. COLUMNARIS Raper& Fennell

2838 Stored paddy grains, Burdwan, B. Nandi 1979 5076 Soil, Hyderabad, C. Manoharachary 2000 6516 Sewage & sludge, Karnal, P.K. Joshi 2010 ASPERGILLUS FOETIDUS (Naka.) Thom &Raper

1462 WS 341, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

2604 Soil, Hyderabad, J.L. Varshney 1978

ASPERGILLUS FUMIGATUS Fresenius

1628 Soil, Pune, R.Iyer 1971

1634* Soil, Mysore, R.Iyer 1971

2616 Soil, Sunderbans, J.L. Varshney 1978 3474 Soybean seeds, New Delhi, Vishwadhar 1985

4448 Izatnagar, A. Sikdhar 1994

4517 Citrus rhizosphre, Nagpur, Katoke 1994

5478 Human ear, Agra, RituBajpei 2003

5570 Oil palm, Pedavegi, A. Arya 2004

6035 Sugarcane Industrial waste Roorkee, R.P.Singh 2005 6050 Sugarcane Industrial waste Roorkee, R.P.Singh 2006 6371 Sesbania aculeata, BHU, Varanasi, R. Kumar 2008

6604 Soil, IGIB, G.L. Sharma 2010

6915 Soil, Simla, R. Gupta 2011

7068 Soil, Shalimar, F.A. Lone 2012

7082 Soil, Simla, R. Gupta 2012

7263 Cannabis Seed, IARI, New Delhi,N. Mathur 2013 7970 Beetroot, New Delhi, R. Sudeep toppo 2016 8156 Agro residues fungi, New Delhi, Livleen 2017

8375 Soyabean, Latur, J. magal 2018

8331 Soil, Puttaparthi, S. Skanda 2018

8307 Waste sugar, New Delhi, Microbiology 2018 8605 Soil,NitanJ.Patil,N.I.C.ODakor Gujrat 2019 8640 Soil,NitanJ.Patil,N.I.C.ODakor Gujrat 2019 8675 Rice Fields,Sruthy K.S Divi.of Microbiology IARI N.D 2019 ASPERGILLUS FUMIGATUS var. GRISEO-BRUNNEIS Rai, Agarwal & Tewari

ASPERGILLUS FUMIGATUS var. SCLEROTIORUM Rai, Agarwal & Tewari

2618 Lucknow, J.N. Rai 1978

ASPERGILLUS FUNICULOSUS Smith

4948 Nauni, A. K. Gupta 2000

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ASPERGILLUS JANUS Raper& Thom

1476* WB 5356, V.P. Agnihotri 1970

2619 Soil, Trivandrum, J.L. Varshney 1978 ASPERGILLUS JAPONICUS Saito

4371 Udaipur, N. Singh 1993

4530 Lab. Contaminant, New Delhi, S.P. Lal 1994

4857 NRRL 359, Noida, I.J. Babbar 1999

7981 Soil, Anantapur, Vijaya kumar 2016

ASPERGILLUS KAMBARENSIS Sugiyama (ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS var.FLAVUS)#

3843 Maize, Nainital, Hansa Pandey 1988

ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS (Eidam) Winter

145 CBS, Netherlands 1993

300 Gut of mite, Pilani, R. Saxena 1971

2152 Soil, Assam, C.P. Agarwal 1978

2636 Soil, New Delhi, J.L. Varshney 1978

6205 Jaipur, A. Shivapuri 2007

6611 Mango surface, Ludhiana, S.N. Jha 2010 6652 Soil, Banasthali, Sheetal Gupta 2010 7220 Termite gut, IPFT, Gurgaon, Dewa Ram Bajya 2013 7412 Air, Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh, S. Joseph 2013

8245 Soil, Jaipur,Vivekanand 2017

8181 Residues Soil, Jodhpur, RituMawar 2017 8163 Entomo pathogenic fungus, Sinsa, Satish Kumar 2017

8564 Satish Kumar Saini,Sirsa 2019

ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS var. ACRISTATUS Fennell & Reper

2637 Soil, New Delhi, J.L. Varshey 1978

4041 Skin 23ardamom23, Bikaner, S. Jain 1990

5300 Soil, Almora, A. Pandey 2001

6126 Cutex adult mosquito, NIMR Delhi, K. Raghavendra 2006 ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS var. DENTATUS DK Sandhu & RS Sandhu

2638 Soil, Madras, J.L.Varshney 1978

4929 EH-1, Soil, New Delhi, A. Mittal 2000 ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS var. ECHINULATUS Fennell &Raper

2460* Hyderabad, V. Ravindra Nath 1977

2639 Soil, Kasaragod, J.L. Varshney 1978

4246 Rahuri, M.V. Ekboke 1992

ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS var. LATUS Thom &Raper

1380 Esso oil, New Delhi, A. Khanna 1969

2640 Soil, Palampur, J.L. Varshney 1978

6652 Soil, Banasthali, S. Gupta 2010

ASPERGILLUS NIGER van Tieghem

310 Crotolariajuncea, New Delhi, Fatmy and U.N. Mohanty 1941 321 Contaminated yeast culture, New Delhi, U. N. Mohanty 1942

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