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The rhizosphere: a playground and battlefield for soilborne pathogens and beneficial microorganisms
- J. Raaijmakers, T. Paulitz, C. Steinberg, C. Alabouvette, Y. Moënne‐Loccoz
- BiologyPlant and Soil
- 1 August 2009
This review focuses on the population dynamics and activity of soilborne pathogens and beneficial microorganisms, and mechanisms involved in the tripartite interactions between beneficialmicroorganisms, pathogens and the plant.
Identification of an enzymatically formed glutathione conjugate of the cyanobacterial hepatotoxin microcystin-LR: the first step of detoxication.
Biological Control of Plant Diseases: The European Situation
Biological control practices need an integrative approach, and more knowledge than chemical control, and the use of new technology such as the biological disinfestation of soils.
Suppressiveness of 18 composts against 7 pathosystems: Variability in pathogen response
Use of sewage sludge compost and Trichoderma asperellum isolates to suppress Fusarium wilt of tomato
Effects of dissolved organic matter (DOM) on the bioconcentration of organic chemicals in aquatic organisms--a review.
Response of soil microbial communities to compost amendments
- T. Meinelt, K. Schreckenbach, M. Pietrock, S. Heidrich, C. Steinberg
- BiologyEnvironmental science and pollution research…
HS are not real alternatives to strong traditional therapeutics, however, they show different advantages in repairing secondary, stress induced damages in fish and can be repaired more quickly in the presence of HS.
Dissolved humic substances – ecological driving forces from the individual to the ecosystem level?
Evidence is presented that dissolved HS are indeed taken up and interact directly and/or indirectly with freshwater organisms, and that they exert a mild chemical stress upon aquatic organisms in many ways.
Microbiological control of soil-borne phytopathogenic fungi with special emphasis on wilt-inducing Fusarium oxysporum.
- C. Alabouvette, C. Olivain, Q. Migheli, C. Steinberg
- Biology, MedicineThe New phytologist
- 1 November 2009
Current knowledge regarding the interaction between the plant and the protective strains is reviewed in comparison with interactions between the plants and pathogenic strains.