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- Wang, J.; Shi, L.; Wang, D.; Li, L.; Loake, G. J.; Yang, X.; Jiang, J.
- Plant pathology 2019 v.68 no.8 pp. 1543-1554
- antibiosis, etc ; Allium sativum; Sclerotium cepivorum; Streptomyces setonii; allicin; alliin lyase; bacteria; bulbs; disease incidence; endophytes; garlic; growth promotion; indole acetic acid; inorganic phosphorus; metabolites; solubilization; China; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Thirty‐five bacterial isolates, recovered from the healthy bulbs of Allium sativum that grow in different sites of China, were screened for their ability to produce hydrolytic enzymes and metabolites and to dissolve inorganic phosphorus in vitro. These 35 endophytes inhibited the growth of the causal agent of white rot disease, Sclerotium cepivorum (Sc), by 19–64%. The isolates 153 (Bacillus siame ...