Published 1994 .
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|Statement||by Ju Ho Yun.|
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|Pagination||viii, 62 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||62|
Download Biological control of Pythium seed rot and damping-off of chickpea by Pseudomonas fluorescens
Pseudomonas fluorescens is an aerobic, gram-negative, ubiquitous organism present in agricultural soils and well adapted to grow in the rhizosphere. This rhizobacterium possesses many traits to act as a biocontrol agent and to promote the plant growth ability.
It grows rapidly in vitro and can be mass- by: 8. Abstract. The treatment of seeds with antagonistic bacteria and fungi has been used successfully to protect the germinating embryo and seedling against soilborne damping-off pathogens such as Pythium spp. (Hadar et al., ; Lutchmeah and Cooke, ; Howell and Stipanovic, ) and Rhizoctonia solani (Howell, ; Howell and Stipanovic, ).).
Application of bio-control Cited by: Biological control of Pythium damping-off and root-rot diseases of tomato using Trichoderma isolates employed alone or in combination Article in JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY (2) February Biological control of Pythium damping-off of pea and sugar beet by Rhizobium leguminosarum bv.
viceae Article in Canadian Journal of Botany 82(3) February with 66 Reads. Biological control of Pythium damping-off and Aphanomyces root rot of peas by application of Pseudomonas cepacia or P.
fluorescens to seed. Plant Disease, – Plant Disease, – Google ScholarCited by: 5. spp. isolated from rotted chickpea (Cicer arietinum) seeds and damped-off seedlings and from soils in the U.S.
Pacific Northwest and southern Spain that caused seed rot and preemergence damping-off of C. arietinum were P. ultimum var.
sporangiiferum, P. ultimum var. ultimum, and P. irregulare. oligandrum and unidentified P. spp. that were not pathogenic to this crop were Cited by: Strains of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viceae have antifungal activity against the pathogen Pythium ultimum.
Compositions and methods for treating or protecting plants susceptible to Pythium ultimum damage, and Pythium sp.
“group G” damage in particular, are provided. Such strains include, for example, the strains deposited in the International Depository Authority of Cited by: The effectiveness of the Rhizobium strains is similar to that of Pseudomonas fluorescens Migula LRCa biological control agent against Pythium damping-off of sugar beet, field pea, canola, and safflower (Bardin et al.
Ju Ho Yun has written: 'Biological control of Pythium seed rot and damping-off of chickpea by Pseudomonas fluorescens' -- subject(s): Biological control, Chickpea. Biological control of Pythium damping-off and Aphanomyces root rot of peas by application of Pseudomonas cepacia or P. fluorescens to seed.
Plant Dis. Crossref Google Scholar. Rankin L., Paulitz T.C. Evaluation of rhizospheric bacteria for biological control of Pythium root rot of greenhouse cucumber in hydroponic by: 6. Biological control of take-all and Rhizoctonia root rot of wheat by the cyclic lipopeptide-producing strain Pseudomonas fluorescens HC Phytopathology.
Rhizobacterial community structure and function in a dryland agroecosystem -(Abstract Only). Free Online Library: Evaluation of Pseudomonas fluorescens isolates for their bio-control potential against soil borne disease of tomato.(Report) by "Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology"; Science and technology, general Biological pest control Methods Pests Biological control Health aspects Tomatoes Diseases and pests.
Goals / Objectives Identify and characterize the genetic determinants and molecular mechanisms active in suppression of root pathogens of wheat and barley by antagonistic microorganisms; genetically improve the biocontrol activity of antagonistic bacteria; improve understanding of ecology & genetics of antagonistic-root-pathogen interaction; genetically and physiologically.
Management of Collar Rot of Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum) by Trichoderma Harzianum and Plant Growth Promoting RhizobacteriaCollar rot (Sclerotium rolfsii) of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) is one of the devastating soil-borne diseases of fungal origin, due to which % yield loss is recorded annually according to severity of the ment of collar rot of chickpea Cited by: 7.
Phenazines and phloroglucinols are major determinants of biological control of soilborne plant pathogens by various strains of fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. This review focuses on the current state of knowledge on biocontrol by phenazine‐producing Pseudomonas strains and the action, biosynthesis, and regulation mechanisms of the production of Cited by: An antibiotic produced by P.
fluorescens (2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol) is especially active against the damping-off of sugar beet. In a recent study, its activity on Pythium -infected peas was comparable with that of P. fluorescens Q, although the HCN-producer P.
fluorescens CHAO and the competitive-excluder P. fluorescens SBW25 performed. Lopper JE () Role of fluorescent siderophore production in biological control of Pythium ultimum by a Pseudomonas fluorescens strain.
Phytopathology – CrossRef Google Scholar Malathi P, Viswanathan R, Padmanaban P, Mohanraj D, Ramesh Sundar A () Microbial detoxification of Colletotrichum falcatum by: 2.
Biological Management of Diseases of Crops: Volume 2: Integration of Biological Control Strategies with Crop Disease Management Systems P. Narayanasamy (auth.) Biological management of diseases of crops is influenced by the nature of interactions between the pathogens and other organisms and the plants.
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in biological control of fusarium wilts in pigeonpea and chickpea by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PNA 1. Can. responses by Pseudomonas fluorescens in Ri T-DNA transformed pea roots after «OT-induced damping-off of tomato by Pseudomonas aeruginosa 7NSK2.
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. Buysens, S. Poppc. Biotic and abiotic biological control agents (BCAs) have been demonstrated to be effective against diseases caused by microbial plant pathogens. rot acid suppression genes species pcr fluorescens control agents fungi bacillus wilt Post a Review You can write a book review and share.
Treatment Percent disease incidence (mean) P. fluorescens CP @ 10 8 cfu/ml/seed P. fluorescens CP @ 10 8 cfu/ml/seed thiram g P. fluorescens CP+ CMC o.1 % + thiram g/kg of seed P.
fluorescens CP + CMC o.1% + thiram g/ kg of seed control SE ± From the foregoing discussion it can be concluded that, Biological control of seed borne pathogens is one such approach in which bacteria, fungi and secondary products of biological origin are being used to control plant diseases.
The action of biological agents on the seed surface seems to be more effective than soil application of fungal. Biological control of potato black scurf by rhizosphere associated bacteria. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, 41, doi/ S Wang, C., Wang, D., & Zhou, Q. Colonization and persistence of a plant growthpromoting bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens strain CS85, on roots of cotton seedlings.
PGPR: BIOCONTROL AND BIOFERTILIZATION PGPR: Biocontrol and Biofertilization Edited by ZAKI A. SIDDIQUI Department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India A C.I.P.
Catalogue record for this book is available from the Library. The antimicrobial activity of P. fluorescens had reported against numerous fungi 2 4 (Khan MS and Zaidi A. ), sens was shown to effectively inhibit and R. solani by agar plate method 2 5 reported that scens inhibit a maximum of %growth of inciting seedling disease of okra when compared to control.
jurnal inggris isolation - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Seed treatment Stotsky G (eds.) Soil Biochemistry.
Marcel Dekker Inc, New York. with Trichoderma species for control of damping-off of cowpea caused by Macrophomina phaseolina. Biological Control Science and Deacon JW, Berry LA (). Models of action of mycoparasites in Technoiogy relation to biocontrol of soilborne.