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Biocontrol Ability of Lysobacter antibioticus HS124 Against Phytophthora Blight Is Mediated by the Production of 4-Hydroxyphenylacetic Acid and Several Lytic Enzymes
A strain of Lysobacter antibioticus HS124 is isolated from rhizosphere and demonstrated its antifungal activity against various pathogens including Phytophthora capsici, a destructive pathogen of pepper plants. Expand
Physiological and ultra-structural changes in Brassica napus seedlings induced by cadmium stress
The effects of cadmium on physiological and ultrastructural characteristics were evaluated in 6-d-old seedlings of two Brassica napus L. cultivars and showed that Cd at lower concentration stimulated the seedling growth but at higher concentration inhibited the growth of both cultivars. Expand
Beryllium Stress-Induced Modifications in Antioxidant Machinery and Plant Ultrastructure in the Seedlings of Black and Yellow Seeded Oilseed Rape
Evaluating the toxic effects of Be on physiological, ultrastructure, and biochemical attributes in hydroponically grown six-day-old seedlings of two cultivars of Brassica napus L found that more inhibitory effects were recorded in yellow seeded Zheda 622 as compared to black seeded ZS 758 cultivar, which is regarded as more sensitive cultivar. Expand
Effect of chitin compost and broth on biological control of Meloidogyne incognita on tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)
The results indicate the potential of chitinase producing bacteria to alleviate nematode parasitism in important vegetable crops. Expand
Preparation of Chitooligosaccharides from Chitosan using Crude Enzyme of Bacillus cereus D-11
In order to enzymatically produce chitooligosaccharide using the crude enzyme preparation from Bacillus cereus D-11, we first studied the optimal reaction conditions. It was found that the optimalExpand
Functional and comparative genomic analysis of integrated prophage-like sequences in Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus
Comparative analysis reveals a prevalent, albeit previously unknown, prophage-like sequence type that is a remnant of an integrated prophages in the Ishi-1 CLas strain that had previously been reported as lackingProphage like elements are re-examined in all 15 CLas genomes using a de novo prediction approach and it is found that all CLas contain at least one prophag like sequence. Expand
Oxalate synthesis in leaves is associated with root uptake of nitrate and its assimilation in spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) plants.
Oxalate synthesis in leaves of spinach is not only positively associated with root uptake of nitrate, but also with its assimilation within the plants. Expand
Transcriptome Analysis Revealed the Roles of Carbohydrate Metabolism on Differential Acetaldehyde Production Capacity in Persimmon Fruit in Response to High-CO2 Treatment.
It could be proposed that the differentially expressed carbohydrate metabolism related genes (especially PFK) are the basis for the variance of acetaldehyde production among different persimmon cultivars. Expand
Shading Effects on Leaf Color Conversion and Biosynthesis of the Major Secondary Metabolites in the Albino Tea Cultivar 'Yujinxiang'.
  • Ping Xu, Hui Su, +5 authors Q. Meng
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
  • 3 February 2020
Investigation of the shading effects on leaf color conversion and biosynthesis of three major secondary metabolites in the albino tea cultivar 'Yujinxiang' suggests that DNA methylation are probably responsible for changes in the contents of the major secondary metabolites. Expand
DkNAC7, a novel high-CO2/hypoxia-induced NAC transcription factor, regulates persimmon fruit de-astringency
Results indicate that DkNAC7 is a putative transcriptional activator involved in regulating persimmon fruit deastringency by trans-activition on both DkERF9 and DkPDC2, which encodes pyruvate decarboxylase. Expand