Anita Surendra Patil

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  • Anita Patil, Aarti Laddha, Ashwin Lunge, Hariprasad Paikrao, Shubhada Mahure
  • 2012
The effective in vitro screening tests of three Trichoderma species for antagonism against Pythium species isolated from Lycopersicon esculentum –Mill root rot infection, together with its diffusible and volatile metabolites production capability, which in turn mycoparasitic abilities. This informs its selection as the most promising candidate for the(More)
Cotton is a stubborn plant for genomic DNA isolation due to its high-level of polyphenolics, polysaccharides and secondary metabolites. Genomics and molecular biology studies require high quality and large quantity of DNA. We have standardized an efficient miniprep protocol for cotton genomic DNA isolation, which not only provides higher yield from 800 to(More)
In Present work, the main objective is to develop less time consuming protocol for genomic DNA isolation from leaves of Passiflora foetida. Optimized protocol is cost effective, as it avoided use of expensive liquid nitrogen. The important parameters of CTAB buffer composition such as Polyvinylpyrrolidone PVP40000 (without PVP, 1%, 2%, 3.5%, 4.0%, 4.5%,(More)
Trichoderma is opportunistic, avirulent plant symbiont and pathogenic to other fungi. Chitinolytic enzyme producing Trichoderma species have long been recognized as an agent for controlling plant diseases caused by various phytopathogenic fungi. Chitin is the main structural component of fungi. Chitinase is an enzyme responsible to metabolize the chitin.(More)
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