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Ouf, S. A., T. A. Moussa, A. M. Abd-Elmegeed, and S. R. Eltahlawy, "Anti-fungal potential of ozone against some dermatophytes", brazilian journal of microbiology, vol. 47, issue 3: SBM, pp. 697-702, 2016. Abstract
Nascimento, M. M. F., L. Selbmann, S. Sharifynia, A. M. S. Al-Hatmi, H. Voglmayr, V. A. Vicente, S. Deng, A. Kargl, T. A. A. Moussa, H. S. Al-Zahrani, et al., "Arthrocladium, an unexpected human opportunist in Trichomeriaceae (Chaetothyriales)", Fungal biology: Elsevier, 2015. Abstract
Noor, S. O., D. A. Al-Zahrani, R. M. Hussein, M. N. Baeshen, T. A. A. Moussa, S. M. Abo-Aba, A. M. Al-Hejin, N. A. Baeshen, and J. P. Huelsenbeck, "Assessment of fungal diversity in soil rhizosphere associated with Rhazya stricta and some desert plants using metagenomics", Arch. Microbiol., 2020, 2021. Abstract2020-_arch_microbiol.pdfWebsite

This study aimed to compare the fungal rhizosphere communities of Rhazya stricta, Enneapogon desvauxii, Citrullus colocynthis, Senna italica, and Zygophyllum simplex, and the gut mycobiota of Poekilocerus bufonius (Orthoptera, Pyrgomorphidae, “Usherhopper”). A total of 164,485 fungal reads were observed from the five plant rhizospheres and Usherhopper gut. The highest reads were in S. italica rhizosphere (29,883 reads). Species richness in the P. bufonius gut was the highest among the six samples. Ascomycota was dominant in all samples, with the highest reads in E. desvauxii (26,734 reads) rhizosphere. Sordariomycetes and Dothideomycetes were the dominant classes detected with the highest abundance in C. colocynthis and E. desvauxii rhizospheres. Aspergillus and Ceratobasidium were the most abundant genera in the R. stricta rhizosphere, Fusarium and Penicillium in the E. desvauxii rhizosphere and P. bufonius gut, Ceratobasidium and Myrothecium in the C. colocynthis rhizosphere, Aspergillus and Fusarium in the S. italica rhizosphere, and Cochliobolus in the Z. simplex rhizosphere. Aspergillus terreus was the most abundant species in the R. stricta and S. italica rhizospheres, Fusarium sp. in E. desvauxii rhizosphere, Ceratobasidium sp. in C. colocynthis rhizosphere, Cochliobolus sp. in Z. simplex rhizosphere, and Penicillium sp. in P. bufonius gut. The phylogenetic results revealed the unclassified species were related closely to Ascomycota and the species in E. desvauxii, S. italica and Z. simplex rhizospheres were closely related, where the species in the P. bufonius gut, were closely related to the species in the R. stricta, and C. colocynthis rhizospheres.