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Suppression of pine wilt disease by an antibacterial agent, oxolinic acid.
BACKGROUND Pine wilt disease (PWD) is very complex and has been reported to be caused by pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner & Buhrer) Nickle, and its accompanying bacteria.Expand
Spatio-temporal variations in meteorology drought over the Mekong River Delta of Vietnam in the recent decades
In recent years, Mekong Delta of Vietnam is severely affected by salinity intrusion and water scarcity due to climate variability. In this study, a comprehensive analysis of meteorology drought wasExpand
Predicting the water use-demand as a climate change adaptation strategy for rice planting crops in the Long Xuyen Quadrangle Delta
This work evaluates the impacts of climate change on water use-demand of three rice planting crops including winter–spring (WS), summer–autumn (SA) and autumn–winter crops for Long Xuyen QuadrangleExpand
Sporocarp-forming Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi, Glomus spp. in Forest Soils of Korea
Glomus species forming sporocarps were collected at limestone areas in Danyang, on coal mine overburdens in Munkyung, on plantations of Celtis sinensis in the Jindo island and Cryptomeria japonica inExpand
Bacterial endophytes as potential biocontrol agents of vascular wilt diseases – Review and future prospects
The use of genomic technologies and interdisciplinary research approaches in investigating the biocontrol potential of specific bacterial endophytes can deepen the knowledge of their mode of action and its regulatory backgrounds which may lead to more predictable and consistent beneficial effects from these microorganisms. Expand
Phytochemical constituents ofCarpesium macrocephalum FR- et SAV-
The structures and stereochemistry of compounds1-8 were established on the basis of chemical analysis as well as 1D- and 2D-NMR spectroscopy and compounds2, 4, and6–8 were isolated for the first time from Carpesium species. Expand
The rust fungus Gymnosporangium in Korea including two new species, G. monticola and G. unicorne
Phylogenetic analyses show that species of Gymnosporangium form a monophyletic group with strong bootstrap support within the rust fungi, and phenotypic characters mapped onto the phylogenetic tree show that teliospore length followed by telia shape and telia length are conserved. Expand
Surface structures of peridial cells ofGymnosporangium andRoestelia (Uredinales)
It is suggested that surface structure types of peridial cell walls could be used as important diagnostic characteristics of Gymnosporangium and Roestelia species. Expand
Aeciospore surface structures ofGymnosporangium andRoestelia (Uredinales)
It is suggested that surface structures of aeciospores could be used as an important diagnostic criteria in identifying Gymnosporangium and Roestelia species. Expand
Extreme rainfall trends over the Mekong Delta under the impacts of climate change
This study aims to investigate aspects related to the changing trends of the rainfall extremes in the entire Mekong Delta in the period of 32 years (1984-2015) applying rainfall extreme indices.Expand