Biological Control of Plant Diseases: Progress and by E. C. Tjamos (auth.), Prof. E. C. Tjamos, Dr. G. C.

By E. C. Tjamos (auth.), Prof. E. C. Tjamos, Dr. G. C. Papavizas, Dr. R. J. Cook (eds.)

The papers contained during this e-book have been awarded at a NATO complex learn Workshop (ARW) held at Cape Sounion, Athens, Greece, 19-24 might, 1991. The twenty-eight extra complete papers symbolize the main topics of the ARW lined through invited audio system. The thirty-four brief papers pre­ sented in a learn layout are contributions of these invited to take part within the ARW. there has been a complete of 70 members from 21 nations. The pursuits of the ARW have been as follows: to study present wisdom of organic keep an eye on of plant ailments and plant parasitic nematodes, with emphasis on mechanisms on the molecular, mobile, organismal, and atmosphere point; to ascertain and extend on present strategies and synthesize new recommendations; to spot and prioritize boundaries within the use of organic keep watch over for plant ailments and nematodes and the medical study had to conquer those obstacles; and to enhance innovations for organic keep watch over via administration of resident brokers or advent of typical or transformed agents.

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The manipulation of an environmental factor specifically affecting the mechanism or microbial metabolite involved. The Fe3+_availability has been manipulated in the plant/pathogen/soil or - soilless cultivation system by changing the pH and/or adding purified Fe3+_chelated or nonchelated Pseudomonas siderophores or synthetic siderophores like DTPA, EDDHA. , 1990a). The mechanism of competition for carbon has been studied by manipulation of the available glucose (Couteaudier and Alabouvette, 1990; Lockwood, 1990).

164: 563. Niemann, G. , and Baayen, R. , 1989, Inhibitory effects of phenylserine and salicylic acid on phytoalexin accumulation in carnation infected by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. dianthi, Med. Fac. Landbouw Rijksuniv. Gent, 54/2a: 435. Park, C~, Paulitz, T. , 1988, Biocontrol of Fusarium wilt of cucumber resulting from interactions between Pseudomonas putida and nonpathogenic isolates of Fusarium oxysporum, Phytopathology, 78: 199. , 1991, Phytoalexin production after bacterization of roots with Pseudomonas and root infection of carnation with Fusarium oxysporum f.

A. Ruissen, B. Schippers, and A. , Elsevier, Amsterdam. Bakker, P. A. H. , Raaijmakers, J. , Weisbeek, P. , 1992, Siderophores and ferric-siderophore receptors of plant growth-promoting fluorescent pseudomonads, ~his volume). Bull, C. , Weller, D. , and Thomashow, L. , 1991, Relationship between root colonization and suppression of Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici by Pseudomonas fluorescens 2-79, Phytopathology, (in press). , 1990, Quantitative comparison of Fusarium oxysporum competitiveness in relation to carbon utilization, FEMS Microbial.

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