Sclerotium rolfsii is a club fungus that can cause a variety of diseases in plants, including wilt and Southern Blight. It was first described in 1892 by Peter Henry Rolfs in association with tomato blight in Florida.
" Kudzu of the Fungal World" at NC State University
Bioscouring of Cotton Fiber with Polygalacturonase Induced in Sclerotium rolfsii using Cellulose and Glucose-pectin
May 01, 2006; Abstract Textile industrial scouring processes are currently based on the use of chemical reagents that cause an important...
Researchers from Technical University Munchen provide details of new studies and findings in the area of genomics.
Sep 21, 2010; Scientists discuss in 'Transcriptome sequencing and comparative transcriptome analysis of the scleroglucan producer Sclerotium...