Optimisation of Biological Control of Damping-off of Sugar Beet (Beta Vulgaris L. Ssp. Vulgaris Var. Altissima Doell) Caused by Pythium Ultimum Trow by Using Pseudomonas Fluorescens B5
Cuvillier Verlag, 2004 - 113 pages
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activity ad planta activity of Pf Agar ammonium molybdate antagonistic activity antibiotics antifungal activity antifungal metabolites antifungal metabolites-overproducing mutants Aqua bidest B5 ad planta B5 in different B5 in vitro bacteria bentonite biocontrol activity biological control concentration damping-off Defago diatomaceous earth different sugar beet effect of IAA Einbeck fluorescent pseudomonads formulation additives HCN production indole-3-acetic acid inhibition zone inoculation KB+-based culture filtrate LB-based culture Microbiol MnSO4 and ZnSO4 motility nitrogen nitrogen compounds ns ns ns overproducing mutants pathogen pelleting materials Pf B5 WT Phytopathology plant growth Potato Dextrose Broth production in vitro production of antifungal Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pseudomonas fluorescens B5 Pythium ultimum replications rhizobacteria rhizosphere role root seedling’s siderophores significant correlation significantly soil strain streptomycin sugar beet seedlings sugar beet varieties survival of Pf tested mutants Tn XII total IAA production trace elements transposon tryptone ultimum ad planta ultimum in vitro vitro wild type Wood flour µg/ml