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Application of Silver Nanoparticles for the Control of Colletotrichum Species In Vitro and Pepper Anthracnose Disease in Field
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Scanning electron microscopy results indicated that the silver nanoparticles caused a detrimental effect on mycelial growth of Colletotrichum species, which is one of the most important limiting factors for pepper production in Korea.
Antifungal Effects of Silver Nanoparticles (AgNPs) against Various Plant Pathogenic Fungi
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The results indicated that AgNPs possess antifungal properties against these plant pathogens at various levels.
An in vitro study of the antifungal effect of silver nanoparticles on oak wilt pathogen Raffaelea sp.
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Investigation of the antifungal activity of three different forms of silver nanoparticles against the unidentified ambrosia fungus Raffaelea sp.
Inhibition Effects of Silver Nanoparticles against Powdery Mildews on Cucumber and Pumpkin
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The application of 100 ppm silver nanoparticles showed the highest inhibition rate for both before and after the outbreak of disease on cucumbers and pumpkins and Scanning electron microscope results indicated that thesilver nanoparticles caused detrimental effects on both mycelial growth and conidial germination.
The Effect of Nano-Silver Liquid against the White Rot of the Green Onion Caused by Sclerotium cepivorum
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Results from in vitro and greenhouse experiments revealed that all of the nano-silver liquids increased biomass and dry weights, and there were minimal changes in the population of various bacteria and fungi from the soil of greenhouse-cultivated green onions.
LebZIP2 induced by salt and drought stress and transient overexpression by Agrobacterium.
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The results indicate that LebZIP2 might play roles as an abiotic stress-signaling pathway and as a transcriptional regulator of the NbNOA1 or NbNR genes.
Biocontrol of late blight and plant growth promotion in tomato using rhizobacterial isolates.
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Seven bacterial isolates derived from the rhizosphere were evaluated in terms of plant growth-promoting activities and the inhibition of Phytophthora infestans affecting tomatoes in Korea and AB15 was the most effective, inhibiting mycelial growth of the pathogen by more than 80% in vitro and suppressing disease by 74% compared with control plants under greenhouse conditions.
Potential of Novel Sequence Type of Burkholderia cenocepacia for Biological Control of Root Rot of Maize (Zea mays L.) Caused by Fusarium temperatum
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In vitro antifungal potential of B. cenocepacia of novel sequence type (ST) designated ST against economically important plant pathogens viz., F. temperatum, Fusarium graminearum, FUSarium moniliforme, FUsarium oxysporum, Phytophthora drechsleri, and Stemphylium lycopersici is reported.
Influence of Physiological and Environmental Factors on Growth and Sporulation of an Antagonistic Strain of Trichoderma viride RSR 7
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It is concluded that Trichoderma viride RSR7 is capable of growing and sporulating with varied nutritional and environmental conditions and, therefore, this strain of T. viride may be useful as a biocontrol agent under diverse physiological andEnvironmental conditions.
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