Biocontrol activity of effusol from the extremophile plant, Juncus maritimus, against the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici.

@article{Sahli2018BiocontrolAO,
  title={Biocontrol activity of effusol from the extremophile plant, Juncus maritimus, against the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici.},
  author={Ramla Sahli and C{\'e}line Rivi{\`e}re and A. Cousido Siah and Abderrazak Smaoui and Jennifer Samaillie and Thierry Hennebelle and Vincent Roumy and Riadh Ksouri and Patrice Halama and Sevser Sahpaz},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2018},
  volume={25 30},
  pages={
          29775-29783
        }
}
Zymoseptoria tritici, responsible for Septoria tritici blotch, is the most important pathogen of wheat. The control of this parasite relies mainly on synthetic fungicides, but their use is increasingly controversial and searching for alternative management strategies is encouraged. In this context, the biocontrol potential of crude methanolic extracts of eight extremophile plant species from Tunisia, including three xerophytes and five halophytes, against Z. tritici was assessed. Only the… CONTINUE READING
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