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Biologically-Based Products For Root-Knot Nematode Control In Fresh Basil

Journal of Nematology 29 ( 4 ): p 607 Dec., 1997 Conference/Meeting: 36th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nematologists Tucson, Arizona, USA July 19-23, 1997
by Sipes B S; Hamasaki R T; Schimitt D P

Chitin-mediated changes in bacterial communities of the soil, rhizosphere and within roots of cotton

Changes in microbial communities associated with nematode control were studied by comparing population numbers of fungi and bacteria in the soil and in internal root tissues (endorhiza) in non-amended and chitin-amended soils. Journal: Soil Biology & Biochemistry 31 ( 4 ): p 551-560 April, 1999
by Hallmann J; Rodriguez-Kabana R; Kloepper J W(a)

Compromised Disease Resistance in Saponin Defficient Plants

Saponins are glycosylated plant secondary metabolites found in many major food crops [Price, K Ft., Johnson, 1. T. 8 Fentick, G. Ft.(1987) CRC crit Rev. Food s.5. Nuw. 26. 27-1331. Because many saponins have potent antifungal properties and are present in healthy plants in high concentrations. These molecules may act as preformed chemical barriers to fungal attack.
by K. Papadopoulou, it. E. Melton, M. Leggett, M. 1.

Evaluation Of Cotton Polyphenols As Factors Of Resistance To Root-Knot Nematode And Fusarium-Wilt

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY , 1984 , V 32 , N3 , P 633-638
by Hedin Pa; Shepherd Rl; Kappelman Aj

Extracts of Yucca and Larrea tridentata Inhibit Aflatoxin...

Contamination of crops with mycotoxins is a world-wide problem Aspergillus, Penicillium and Fusurium are the fungi most commonly involved in mycotoxin contamination. Recently, natural products from plants have been studied as an alternative to control microbial contamination of food and feeds.
by C. A. Sanchez-Garcia, N. L. Heredia, J. S. Garcia

New Approaches To Control Plant Parasitic Nematodes.

Plant parasitic nematodes are a serious threat for crop production worldwide. This review summarizes our understanding of plant nematode interactions and presents new alternatives for nematode control in the field. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 51 ( 4 ): p 439-446 April, 1999
by Jung C(a); Wyss U





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