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- Macías-Rubalcava, MarthaLydia, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2017 v.101 no.22 pp. 8209-8222
- Fusarium oxysporum; antifungal properties; biopesticides; cherry tomatoes; endophytes; fruits; fungi; gases; hyphae; in vivo studies; mechanism of action; membrane permeability; plant pathogens; volatile organic compounds
- ... To assess their potential as biopesticides, the effect on the growth of phytopathogen Fusarium oxysporum of six volatile organic compounds from endophytic fungi was studied in vivo and in vitro; compounds were used both as a mixture and individually. In vivo studies were performed inoculating the pathogen into cherry tomatoes, while the in vitro antifungal effect was studied using agar dilution an ...