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- Asma Ait Kaki; Noreddine Kacem Chaouche; Laid Dehimat; Asma Milet; Mounia Youcef-Ali; Marc Ongena; Philippe Thonart
- Indian journal of microbiology 2013 v.53 no.4 pp. 447-452
- Alternaria alternata; Aspergillus niger; Bacillus amyloliquefaciens; Botrytis cinerea; Calendula officinalis; Cladosporium; Fusarium oxysporum; Paenibacillus polymyxa; acetic acid; antifungal properties; bacteria; biological control; chickpeas; colorimetry; crops; endo-1,4-beta-glucanase; enzyme activity; genes; genetic variation; greenhouse experimentation; growth promotion; lipopeptides; liquid chromatography; mass spectrometry; plant growth; rhizosphere; seeds; siderophores; soil; stem rot
- ... The phenotypic and genotypic diversity of the plant growth promoting Bacillus genus have been widely investigated in the rhizosphere of various agricultural crops. However, to our knowledge this is the first report on the Bacillus species isolated from the rhizosphere of Calendula officinalis. 15 % of the isolated bacteria were screened for their important antifungal activity against Fusarium oxys ...
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- Joyeeta Mitra; V. Bhuvaneshwari; P.K. Paul
- Archiv für Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz 2013 v.46 no.16 pp. 1993-2001
- Alternaria alternata; Aspergillus niger; Chaetomium; Trichoderma viride; biocides; crops; disease incidence; fungi; host plants; metabolites; pathogens; phylloplane; physiology; plant diseases and disorders
- ... Plant surfaces are colonised by an array of microbes. These microbes have been implicated in protecting plants against invading pathogens. Studies have demonstrated that metabolites of phylloplane microfungi can induce defence responses in their host plants. This investigation relates to formulation of a biocide from metabolites of Aspergillus niger , Trichoderma viride , Alternaria alternata and ...
- Grzegorz Lemańczyk; Hanna Kwaśna
- European journal of plant pathology 2013 v.135 no.1 pp. 187-200
- Alternaria alternata; Rhizoctonia cerealis; crops; falling number; fungi; gluten; grain protein; grain yield; shoots; stems; winter wheat; Poland
- ... Sharp eyespot caused by Rhizoctonia cerealis was assessed in four winter wheat crops surveyed at four locations in north-central Poland in 2006–2009. At the four locations symptoms developed on 41.9–67.7 % of shoots of all plants (average of 4 years) and on 49–73.5 % of shoots of diseased plants (average of 4 years). Slight (category 1) disease was most frequent, occurring on 24.4–41.3 % of shoots ...