amanita phalloides kingdom

00:08:40.00 and we put them into a Sarracenia habitat to see what would happen. Widely distributed across Europe, A. phalloides forms ectomycorrhizas with various broadleaved trees. 00:05:09.00 interactions with similar physiological or ecological functions. 00:19:35.06 six genomes, three ectomycorrhizal genomes 00:29:32.13 in particular. 00:13:04.04 This is really what I considered to be the first major work of American mycology. 00:10:18.04 if you look at the data in a different way what you... 00:17:48.00 And here's a picture of it, and here's the habitat in which it grows, and all these flags 00:14:14.03 This is a common thing that happens when you go to really any habitat. 00:12:11.23 multiple Nepenthes species in pots -- 00:15:55.13 And it's almost certainly true that the fungi that we once worked with no longer exist in Using literature to explore the biogeography and invasion biology of the death cap mushroom Amanita phalloides (Vaill. 00:11:28.08 Those drugs that kill a fungus may in fact do a lot of damage to a human being as well. Some species of Amanita are poisonous to humans. 00:23:10.08 Hypothesis 2 is that there was the independent amplification of genome size in these 00:10:52.11 And because of that particular state of that human, the fungus has been able to take It has been a favourite weapon of 00:18:36.03 One approach I took was to use genes to tell me whether a particular specimen was or 00:01:17.00 And what... what I mean by cryptic organisms are those organisms that are difficult 00:21:35.02 So, you can see, for example, that these bars, which mark the numbers and kinds of different Amanita phalloides usually retain their fragile, pendant ring 00:15:49.13 And I think that this quote, it will be very familiar to anyone who's ever collected 00:25:53.11 And that the data support one hypothesis over the other -- the independent amplification Amanita phalloides: translation. 00:05:17.11 It's a new way to think about something that I think we've known about for a long time, 00:09:09.04 And what you see in the soil is, yes, the plant, but that network is just like the network 00:03:16.00 the soil, as well. consequences. This species was introduced from Europe both to central California (late 1930s) and the Mid-Atlantic … 00:01:58.09 So, a mycorrhizal anything is a fungus-root anything. 00:18:58.07 for example, if you're someone who's buying these kinds of fungi off the shelf in gardening stores. 00:00:56.18 And it might not, in fact, be their most important role in our world. 00:13:17.22 The picture I showed you of the book, that's a tree and an ectomycorrhizal fungus. 00:05:19.19 Except that other people have also discovered this new sequence in other habitats. 00:09:09.01 inside those pitchers, and then use the technique called ordination to put every sample 00:13:16.22 for example. 00:23:07.14 That's hypothesis 1. EPPO Code: 1AMANG ; Preferred name: Amanita ; Authority: Persoon ; Taxonomy. 00:22:54.18 It's just that we hadn't really thought about this idea of an invasive ectomycorrhizal fungi 00:14:15.07 cluster together. 00:03:51.15 So, you can see that it has... just... it hasn't happened just once in nature. 00:13:24.18 So, that's a different group of fungi that forms associations with trees. 00:05:03.00 So, we've defined convergent interactions as the independent emergence of multispecies 00:11:32.20 is native to Europe. 00:04:12.03 mycorrhizal association, with that characteristic Hartig net, independently of the evolution 00:06:25.04 about it. 00:24:51.18 So, he looked at this pathway. 00:19:08.16 That book image I showed you is an ectomycorrhizal fungus, and this is a big plant, little plant fragments of the universal veil; initially egg-shaped, but flattening at Contained not only in certain amanitas but also in some fungi from the genera Galerina, Lepiota and Conocybe, amatoxins initially cause gastrointestinal disorders with symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea and stomach pains occurring within five to twelve hours. 00:04:04.04 So, for example, North American pines and mushrooms in the genus Amanita evolved the 00:03:32.11 Fungi do cause diseases. 00:01:02.23 What's its niche? 00:09:54.18 inside them. 00:10:43.05 a single image, of all of the organisms that we found in either Nepenthes, Sarracenia, 00:17:40.12 symbiosis, because we had these closely related species 00:17:47.04 So, if you want to start to understand why this ectomycorrhizal association has evolved 00:30:30.21 And these are all the people who very gracefully offered up their stories, in heaps of emails 00:21:40.07 transposable elements... you can see that they're quite large for brunnescens and polypyramis. 00:05:27.00 And trying to think more about what it means to... to... to use these words, 00:10:57.04 And there are not very many people who study fungi formally. 00:04:09.09 But it... the answers I was getting at the time were incomplete. However, there are also many fungi species that don’t produce mushrooms at all. 00:04:47.11 When potato blight emerged in Ireland, it was at a moment when the potato was the phalloides fungi are not grey or pinky-brown as is the case 00:07:37.02 So, the death cap is interesting because it kills you, and it's always fascinating to 00:22:20.15 it's quite common to see these symbiotic ectomycorrhizal species 00:26:56.05 that'll change. 00:00:07.21 Hi. 00:12:23.05 we didn't want to introduce non-native microbes into the local microbial community. 00:16:35.14 to human eyes. 00:13:57.00 And if you read the written description that accompanies this dried mushroom, you'll see 00:04:53.20 most important crop, in the sense that this is what people really relied on for their food. 00:21:10.11 very long. 00:10:43.09 A complication in figuring out if that hypothesis is correct is that mycology, the study of fungi, 00:11:57.02 Back to the experiment. 00:14:33.15 And similar patterns were found in the eukaryotic community except that it wasn't driven by 00:21:21.00 So, one thing that's true is that the genome expansions that you see in brunnescens and polypyramis 00:28:53.13 And again, there's a crucial role played by people who just go out and collect mushrooms, 00:03:24.01 And, even if you don't know anything else about the species involved, you know that 00:17:26.03 We don't know enough about their natural history. 00:22:35.20 because it's pulling carbon out of the air. 00:10:14.11 that was introduced around the Bay Area by 1963 and had spread from there. 00:02:37.02 In a mycorrhizal symbiosis, if you were to study it, one of the things that you would 00:01:55.05 It simply means fungus/myco, rhizal/root. Pringle continued her postdoctoral training as a Miller Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley,… Continue Reading, Your email address will not be published. 00:02:02.00 And it's home to a really diverse community of fungi that are known as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. 00:14:52.02 species exist. 00:02:46.21 Well, a long time ago, or what seems like a long time ago, although actually it was 00:30:40.00 when I was originally working with it. Half a mature cap is reportedly a lethal dose for an adult, and reports indicate that currently there is still a 10 to 15% mortality rate even after being hospitalised and receiving best-practice medical treatment. kingdom Fungi phylum Basidiomycota class Agaricomycetes order ... Amanita phalloides f. viridis (Pers.) 00:05:24.15 So, although we've never touched this group of organisms, we've never cultured this group University of Minnesota Press. 00:04:35.17 when we use the word convergent interactions. 00:19:42.03 that are free-living. 00:19:38.13 and three genomes from species that are not ectomycorrhizal, 00:24:41.02 So, for example, polypyramis shares 27 gene families uniquely with thiersii. 00:13:58.02 And so, for many of these species, we knew they existed and we were content to know that 00:29:35.13 And if you have any questions about human diseases or sick buildings, It grows in all types of forests in summer and in autumn, individually or in groups. 00:28:59.19 for taking this amazing journey through the kingdom with me. 00:10:09.09 If your crop is already infected, if the spore has germinated and the fungus is growing inside 00:24:48.04 And if you look to see where the three ectomycorrhizal species 00:14:32.11 from California dating from the early 1900s. 00:29:43.00 First, like plants and pathogens, mutualist fungi are invading novel ranges, often in 00:00:40.11 And what you're looking at in this photograph is an Amanita muscaria. 00:25:50.04 mushrooms -- in the grocery store, perhaps. 00:25:48.00 that would enable it to be a decomposer. 00:06:44.03 Insects fall inside the pitcher. 00:15:32.06 There are a lot of them. Amanita verna var. 00:24:03.07 two points on the phylogeny that have the most duplications, again supporting the 00:18:21.04 So, this is a large phylogeny that illustrates that point for many different genera of fungi. 00:00:29.23 Before I go any further, I want to acknowledge my two co-authors in this talk, 00:09:24.01 And sorry... that the plant cannot access. 00:16:27.11 I had become fascinated by the problem of invasion biology of mycorrhizal fungi Buy It Now +$7.80 shipping. 00:27:14.17 across the fungus. 00:28:45.19 mutualists, and in the environment as well. 00:09:57.00 published some fantastic data based on his own observations. 00:08:31.01 food insecurity, there's also political instability. 00:22:16.02 there doesn't seem to be a thing that uniquely identifies ectomycorrhizal fungi 00:17:35.23 thousands, probably tens of thousands of times. 00:11:14.04 are found in both the Nepenthes and the Sarracenia. 00:23:49.01 the different nodes -- you can see that it's node 3 and node 5... follow them down and 00:11:20.04 And that means that any antifungal that's developed is quite likely also to be an antihuman, 00:23:42.11 Because, when I started talking about this, people said to me, how do you know it's a 00:11:47.04 versus North America. 00:14:08.06 cream color with brownish center. 00:19:51.13 These kinds of associations have evolved repeatedly, over and over again. 00:26:32.10 decomposition, but a whole suite -- dozens and dozens of genes that are involved in decomposition. 00:27:28.02 You can have a pet slime mold. 00:07:02.01 So now, I want to push this idea of reverse ecology, moving away from this older story 00:15:50.02 And this is an ectomycorrhizal fungus. 00:01:01.17 What does it eat? 00:21:26.21 And, now, that fungus is gonna sporulate, that's what the green is, and those spores 00:26:13.01 really is dominated by the loss of gene families, those decomposition genes. Browse 187 amanita phalloides stock photos and images available, or search for amanita pantherina or boletus satanas to find more great stock photos and pictures. 00:09:31.03 That's what Amanita phalloides is. 00:08:54.13 It's potentially providing a benefit because Amanita phalloides is a mycorrhizal fungus. 00:27:52.02 It was first collected in Texas and described from Texas, but it's not clear if it comes 00:08:08.01 So, to test the idea of... so, they have a... so, these pitchers are convergently evolved -- 00:06:30.14 And that's really the point of reverse ecology. 00:26:38.07 this ectomycorrhizal interaction, has evolved repeatedly, over and over again, which is... Your email address will not be published. 00:16:26.04 Conservation biology generally focuses on plants and animals. 00:09:37.23 And so this is one way we try to stay ahead of diseases, is breeding crops that... Status: This species is deadly poisonous--one of the most toxic of all North American mushrooms. 00:05:30.04 of organisms, just based on these sequence data that I generated and that a lot of other 00:03:25.01 Or are they not genetically diverse? 00:06:53.11 that don't have a lot... that have very poor soils, for example. 00:16:01.09 this field, and I don't know if they exist anywhere else in nature. 00:01:57.23 This is a field in North Carolina where I've done a lot of work in the past. 00:18:04.22 What has been known, now, for a few years, is that, after the evolution of an ectomycorrhizal symbiosis, 00:07:27.03 created and measured by the United Nations. 00:28:54.12 And I really want to thank the Pringle laboratory, everyone who's been with me all along the way, 00:28:02.06 some distant habitat or whether we should call this a range expansion. 00:23:38.06 ectomycorrhizal symbiosis. alba Costantin & L.M. 00:19:53.08 to compare and contrast the different genomes to each other. 00:26:23.04 So, how does this relate to the idea of convergent interactions and the pitcher plant work 00:00:37.10 And it's true. Not distinctive when young, but old 00:25:39.01 often implicated in the detoxification of plant compounds and signaling and other kinds 00:23:46.03 mycorrhizal fungus? 00:10:31.08 If you look in the lung spaces, you can see cloudy parts that you can't see through very well. Geoffrey Kibby, (2012) Genus Amanita in Great Britain, self-published monograph. paler than the cap colour. Link Amanita phalloides /æməˈnaɪtə fəˈlɔɪdiːz/, commonly known as the death cap, is a deadly poisonous basidiomycete fungus, one of many in the genus Amanita. 00:22:10.17 It's not invasive. 00:20:11.04 So, these are just some basic genome statistics. 00:26:36.05 And you can see... it's a time-lapse video... you can see... you can see that the channels 00:13:47.22 And we found lots of different kinds of species in this field, including many that were 00:11:46.10 looks like. 00:03:43.22 and anytime you see bold, that marks the origin of an ectomycorrhizal symbiosis, 00:25:10.04 But a fungus doesn't have barriers like that inside it. 00:23:35.23 If you never walk in a forest, maybe you're not so interested in forests. 00:22:42.01 It's also true that decomposition, this decay of residues, is a critical part of the carbon cycle. 00:24:29.22 That's how they live in nature. 00:24:06.07 And I didn't have a way to think about it. 00:12:07.03 So, if I click back and forth between these two images, I want you to kind of codify 00:13:02.18 And the question is, does any kind of pitcher form... assemble a Sarracenia purpurea community? Its use was known among almost all of the Uralic-speaking peoples of western Siberia and the Paleosiberian-speaking peoples of the Russian Far East. The Complex Kingdom of Fungi, and the Story Behind Bay Area Amanita Phalloides: Part 3. 00:03:41.04 There were a lot of technologies that weren't available. There is, however, an all-white form of Amanita phalloides that 00:22:51.13 over and over again in different countries. 00:02:37.05 They're beautiful, complex organisms. 00:07:26.16 death cap. 00:10:43.11 This is a fungus, a species of Aspergillus, that we all breathe every day. 00:03:55.13 In other words, if you submit a sequence to a public database, based on the information 00:01:35.05 It's a classic exchange of benefits or resources, and the truth is, as you walk around in the world, 00:24:35.23 And I've overlapped them in a way, so you can see what's shared or not shared. 00:27:32.13 When it comes to dispersal... 00:24:05.00 And that's an interesting problem. 00:24:02.00 The fungi come for free -- your town doesn't have to buy them, you don't have to buy them 00:02:53.05 If you've... if you have thought about fungi this might be a species that you've encountered. 00:06:17.20 rusty-looking pustules on the crop. 00:03:47.03 There are lots of examples that I could pick to illustrate this point. A. phalloides (alternatively Agaricus phalloides, Agaricus bulbosus, or Amanita bulbosa), a basidiomycete, is one of the deadliest mushrooms in the world, and accounts for about 50% of all cases of mushroom poisoning on its own. 00:15:01.07 And, by the way, I haven't said much about function, but it's not because we're not thinking 00:02:21.13 They find scarce resources like nitrogen. 00:08:49.05 It's new on the landscape, potentially, but it's doing no harm. The poisonous fungus is usually found during autumn but wet weather has prompted its early arrival in 2015. 00:26:59.02 But the point is that, in general, things that are ectomycorrhizal don't have genes 00:15:18.21 only from books like the one Berkeley published, faces the problem where there was a 00:04:38.04 And so, for the moment, they still fall within the study of people who call themselves mycologists. 00:25:29.14 in these different lineages. 00:22:27.23 So, what you're looking at here is a map and, if a country is colored yellow, it means we 00:16:36.11 A lot of things in my lab began to focus on the genus, and what do we know about the genus 00:02:21.13 Fungi eat dead things. 00:21:42.00 So, decomposition is decay. 00:02:51.12 uhh... only about 15 years ago, I used an... emerging genetic tools to try to understand 00:10:49.04 or surrounding bog water or soil. 00:21:03.12 and we had a pretty complete data set by the time we were done collecting the data 00:03:56.00 It's happened a lot. 00:23:24.08 And say, for example, in many forests, without fungi, you'd have an enormous accumulation 00:21:39.00 where there are fresh strawberries. 00:14:02.08 they existed, and to talk about them and use them in experiments. This genus is responsible for approximately 95% of the fatalities resulting from mushroom poisoning, with the death cap accounting for about 50% on its own. 00:15:25.01 kinds of yeasts in the world. 00:11:34.15 This is a phylogeny that illustrates that point nicely. 00:02:33.00 But you can see a fish if you go scuba diving in the tropics. 00:25:13.17 And when I say a fungus, I should... 00:15:27.16 And they take amazing colors and amazing shapes as well. 00:11:28.14 So, they're not the same, but they're closely related. 00:02:11.03 These are fungi, the bodies of fungi. 00:15:52.02 So, if I were to dig underneath this mushroom, I would find those characteristic root tips. Although old Deathcap fruitbodies have an unpleasant smell, young ones at the button stage are virtually odourless. 00:14:17.15 You could go to your own backyard and, if you were very careful and you wanted to know 00:25:04.13 You might have thought that such a complicated structure as a root tip and a Hartig net, 00:20:53.06 Well, this is what decomposition looks like. 00:14:18.23 But it means that when Herb Saylor said, this is an invasive species and this is my hypothesis, 00:01:21.10 for humans to see. 00:15:06.00 But some of these forms are not so familiar, for example, the fungi that grow on the backs 00:14:39.23 So, the relocated Nepenthes do seem to acquire Sarracenia-like communities when acidity levels 00:20:26.22 By and large, the ectomycorrhizal... the non-ectomycorrhizal species have smaller genomes. 00:10:02.03 And the counties of California are color-coded according to where he thought this species Code created in: 1998-08-17. 00:03:22.08 And let's start by talking about this very real... real... real role that they play 00:22:32.04 It stays in the pot, there's always the same amount of soil, but it gets bigger 00:28:18.04 And this suggests that people were in states like Illinois, for example, and collecting This It is found worldwide. 00:29:15.08 I never found it before. 00:28:27.22 The one red dot is the only collection of thiersii that exists up until 1959. 00:06:40.03 and things fall inside the pitcher. 00:30:11.00 I and others are calling reverse ecology. 00:30:23.04 This is a slide I used to use in older talks, when I was going very in-depth into collections 00:08:31.13 Is it really from... from Europe? 00:01:15.12 But most of what you're looking at when you look at this image is a network of fungi. 00:19:31.00 your scrambled eggs to make your scrambled eggs fantastic. 00:05:19.23 called Advance of the Fungi, that was written by a man named Large, 00:23:20.03 of how elements move through the world, fungi are a huge part of that. 00:00:46.17 their PhD and postdoctoral research, respectively. used as the first indication of the edibility of plants and fungi. 00:27:24.04 That you can play with on your own at home, if you want. 00:09:48.10 the Sarracenia species in terms of their bacterial composition and the composition of eukaryotes 00:08:58.22 for example, black sigatoka, which is devastating banana crops, currently, 00:05:53.03 So, it does... we know where on the Earth we can find this particular kind of sequence 00:17:56.04 So, you're looking at different species of plants in these little different individual pots. 00:27:40.15 It's a saprotrophic fungus. 00:22:25.11 introduced to different parts of the globe. 00:00:18.04 So, it's a challenge to try to teach about fungi in a short talk, because there's a lot to say. 00:20:01.22 That doesn't really solve the problem of the literature. 00:20:09.02 and do not associate with plants. 00:07:21.01 and discovered that those mushrooms were the deadly poisonous Amanita phalloides, or the 00:03:37.17 But, when I was doing that work, there was a lot that we didn't know. 00:17:57.04 find phalloides. 00:30:28.09 and specimens and stories. 00:16:05.07 When you turn a... a grassland or an old field into a lawn, generally you fertilize that lawn. 00:20:45.07 Over time, if populations are very far away from each other and don't interbreed, they... 00:17:33.03 Is it really an invasive species? 00:29:41.15 Thanks very much for listening. 00:11:12.09 history of what people had thought about this fungus over time. 00:12:47.15 us to... now, that this is not phalloides. 00:04:58.04 Eventually, we understood that this new thing that we were seeing in the tree of life was 00:02:52.23 When you see a root tip, if you cut it in half and you stain it, you'll see these very 00:20:33.21 But there really isn't a clear pattern, three versus three. $1.35. 00:02:23.22 They bring that nitrogen to the plant in exchange for carbon. To find out more see our, The Hawaiian Bobtail Squid - Vibrio fischeri Association, Chemosynthetic Symbioses: Living Together Can Be Fun, Last chance to know? 00:21:17.08 between these three ectomycorrhizal species. Animal feeding behaviour has generally been 00:03:57.00 The interaction itself has evolved repeatedly in nature, with this characteristic, 00:01:04.05 What you're looking at in this image is seedlings of pine and you can see the roots of those 00:17:47.14 an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, just to see what happens. For example, multiple plant lineages have independently evolved interactions with fungi in order to exchange resources and form what are known as mycorrhizal symbioses. 00:03:27.07 And I came up with this phylogeny that shows you the relatedness among all these different 00:15:29.05 Fries, who was in a sense the mycological Lin... Amanita phalloides (Vaill. 00:28:15.21 This is called puffing. When in due course the symptoms return with a vengeance, it may be too late: kidney and liver damage are already well underway. 00:29:18.02 The law... 00:11:18.00 So, it's as if you found... in Nepenthes and Sarracenia, in one you found a chimpanzee 00:27:01.19 And then that part of the network swells, it absorbs the food, and then there's an extremely Amanita phalloidess became one of the most poisonous mushrooms. 00:12:21.10 Here's the field in North Carolina where I used to do quite a lot of work. 00:06:57.05 So, that's what they're doing. His favourite wood is … Last one. 00:00:44.11 And we're going to talk a lot more about that genus as we go along. 00:02:35.17 they're enormously diverse. 00:01:13.02 you can see that they have a similar shape. 00:21:34.09 are gonna leave that china plate and find some other part of your refrigerator to live in, 00:19:52.07 And I could do this for a lot of different kinds of specimens. 00:00:29.11 what the fungi do in our world. 00:04:30.22 really given a name to in quite the way that we can name it 00:06:49.07 We lose a lot of our food that we grow to disease. 00:22:04.05 been introduced and it's established as distinct populations, but it's not spreading there. 00:08:47.18 These are some of the diseases that we think about, nowadays, when we think about food insecurity: 00:18:00.12 will give us some insights as to what's going on. Updates on exciting iBiology projects in development. 00:16:02.17 And... it's tough. 00:22:03.17 twice, just to test, originally, whether we were doing a good job and could replicate 00:10:07.03 might have been by a particular date. 00:00:09.03 My name is Anne Pringle, and I'm a professor of Botany and Bacteriology at the virosa. 00:26:11.01 And to do that we needed to move beyond looking at individual genes and actually get some 00:15:27.12 problem is... are these ectomycorrhizal fungi. 00:30:42.04 And I'd also like to thank my funding sources. 00:20:49.13 They break apart dead stuff. 00:03:52.07 kinds of conclusions about how to identify those sequences. 00:09:31.02 So, in this data set, what you're looking at are natural samples, not yet the experiment 00:25:35.19 through which there is movement of nuclei and other substances, cytoplasm. 00:19:44.20 And the experiment is quite dramatic, as it often is when you do this kind of experiment. 00:21:36.02 So, quite a bit of work later, this is our current understanding of the fungus. 00:13:40.08 In any given field, you might find one or a few species. 00:24:20.23 So, I've shown you a lot of pictures of different kinds of fungi along our path of talking about 00:11:00.01 So, there are vast numbers of unknowns when you try to answer a question like, Agitation, ataxia, muscle spasms, And by doing that this new sequence in other habitats 00:01:16.06 it. 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