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Alicaligenes faecalis : identification and study of its antagonistic properties against Botrytis cinerea

@inproceedings{Gonzlez1998AlicaligenesF,
  title={Alicaligenes faecalis : identification and study of its antagonistic properties against Botrytis cinerea},
  author={Dagoberto Rodriguez. Gonz{\~A}¡lez},
  year={1998}
}
A Gram negative aerobic flagellated bacterium with fungal growth inhibitory properties was isolated from a culture of Trichoderma harzianum. According to its cultural characteristics and biochemical properties it was identified as a strain of Alcaligenes (aeca/is Castellani and Chalmers. Antisera prepared in Balbc mice injected with live and heat-killed bacterial cells gave strong reactions with the homologous immunogen and with ATCC 15554, the type strain of A. taeca/is, but not with… Expand

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