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Iron availability affects induction of systemic resistance to fusarium wilt of radish by Pseudomonas fluorescens
It seems appropriate to reevaluate the role of siderophore-mediated competition for iron in the suppression of disease by fluorescent Pseudomonas spp.
Signalling in Rhizobacteria-Induced Systemic Resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana
Current knowledge of the signal transduction steps involved in the ISR pathway that leads from recognition of the rhizobacteria in the roots to systemic expression of broad-spectrum disease resistance in aboveground foliar tissues is reviewed.
Induction of systemic resistance against fusarium wilt of radish by lipopolysaccharides of Pseudomonas fluorescens
Induction of systemic resistance by selected plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria strains of P. fluorescens was involved in the suppression of Fusarium wilt of radish in a special rockwool bioassay and suggests the involvement of induced resistance in natural soil bioassays and commercial greenhouse trials.
Rhizobacteria-mediated induced systemic resistance (ISR) in Arabidopsis requires sensitivity to jasmonate and ethylene but is not accompanied by an increase in their production
In ISR-expressing plants the capacity to convert 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate to ethylene was significantly enhanced, providing a greater potential to produce ethylene upon pathogen attack, and indicating that rhizobacteria-mediated ISR is not based on the induction of changes in the biosynthesis of either JA or ethylene.
Induced systemic resistance by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria
The current state of knowledge of the signal transduction steps involved in the ISR pathway in Arabidopsis that leads from recognition of the rhizobacteria by the roots to systemic expression of broad-spectrum disease resistance in above-ground foliar tissues is reviewed.
Comparison of systemic resistance induced by a virulent and nonpathogenic Pseudomonas species.
The spectrum of protection achieved by P fluorescenceens-mediated induced resistance was at least as high as that achieved by the necrotizing, PR-inducing P. tomato, and the spectrum was even broader indicating that i) necrosis is not a prerequisite for effective, biological induction of resistance and ii) the absence of PR after induction by P. fluorescens does not lower the level of protection.
Induction of systemic resistance byPseudomonas fluorescens in radish cultivars differing in susceptibility to fusarium wilt, using a novel bioassay
- M. Leeman, J. Pelt, F. M. Ouden, M. Heinsbroek, P. Bakker, B. Schippers
- BiologyEuropean Journal of Plant Pathology
- 1 November 1995
Strain WCS374 induced systemic resistance in six radish cultivars differing in their susceptibility to F. oxysporum f.
Biocontrol of fusarium wilt of radish in commercial greenhouse trials by seed treatment with Pseudomonas fluorescens WCS374
In six out of 11 crops of radish, P. fluorescens WCS374 significantly (P ≤ 0.05) suppressed Fusarium wilt disease, compared with the film-coating control.
Colonization of Arabidopsis roots by Pseudomonas fluorescens primes the plant to produce higher levels of ethylene upon pathogen infection
Influence of climatic and nutritional factors on yeast population dynamics in the phyllosphere of wheat
The naturally occurring saprophytes efficiently removed fructose, sucrose, and melezitose from the phyllosphere of field-grown wheat plants to indicated that low concentrations of amino acids in aphid honeydew are not a limiting factor for Honeydew consumption by the yeasts.