Bacillus mojavensis RRC101 Lipopeptides Provoke Physiological and Metabolic Changes During Antagonism Against Fusarium verticilliodes.

@article{Blacutt2016BacillusMR,
  title={Bacillus mojavensis RRC101 Lipopeptides Provoke Physiological and Metabolic Changes During Antagonism Against Fusarium verticilliodes.},
  author={Alex A. Blacutt and Trevor R. Mitchell and Charles W Bacon and Scott E. Gold},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={2016},
  volume={29 9},
  pages={
          713-23
        }
}
The mycotoxigenic pathogen Fusarium verticillioides threatens the quality and utility of maize across industrial and agricultural purposes. Chemical control is complicated by the intimate endophytic lifestyle of the pathogen with its host. Bacillus mojavensis RRC101, a maize-endophytic bacterium, has been observed to reduce F. verticillioides disease severity and fumonisin accumulation when coinoculated to maize. Genome sequencing and annotation identified a number of biocontrol-relevant… CONTINUE READING