• Corpus ID: 23348769

Biological control of chickpea Fusarium wilt by antagonistic bacteria under greenhouse condition.

@article{Jamali2004BiologicalCO,
  title={Biological control of chickpea Fusarium wilt by antagonistic bacteria under greenhouse condition.},
  author={Fatemeh Jamali and Abbas Sharifi-Tehrani and M Okhovvat and Zahra Zakeri and Roohollah Saberi-riseh},
  journal={Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={69 4},
  pages={
          649-51
        }
}
In this survey, Fusarium oxysporum was isolated from roots infected plants and was shown to be pathogenic. Experiment were carried out with seven antagonistic bacteria. Based on biochemical, Physiological and morphological tests, isolates B-120, B-32, B-28 and B-22 were identified as Bacillus subtilis and isolates Pf-100, Pf-10 and CHAO as Pseudomonas fluorescens. In greenhouse studies, only isolate B-120 (Less than benomyl) reduced Fusarium wilt of chickpea in both seed and soil treatments… 
Induction of systemic resistance in chickpea against Fusarium wilt by Bacillus strains
TLDR
This is the first report of systemic-induced resistance against Fusarium wilt in chickpea obtained by application of Bacillus strains to a root system spatially separated from the FOC-inoculated root.
Biological Control of Chickpea Fusarium Wilts Using Rhizobacteria “PGPR”
Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris is one of the main threats to chickpea and affects sustainable food production. To combat the phytopathogens, successful measures the
Evaluation of biocontrol potential of Pseudomonas and Bacillus spp. against Fusarium wilt of chickpea
TLDR
Results indicate that PGPR improve growth parameters in this plant and can help in the biocontrol of pathogen.
Microbial control of Fusarium wilt of chickpea caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris
TLDR
The use of antagonistic fungi remains highly effective to enhance seed germination and plant growth, to reduce plant mortality and root infection as well as application of antagonists remarkably enhanced the grain yield in treated chickpea plants.
Response of endophytic bacterial communities in banana tissue culture plantlets to Fusarium wilt pathogen infection.
TLDR
The evidence obtained showed that antagonistic endophytic bacteria could be induced by the appearance of a host fungal pathogen and further be an ideal biological control agent to use in banana Fusarium wilt disease protection.
EFFICACY OF SECONDARY METABOLITES AND EXTRACELLULAR LYTIC ENZYMES OF PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA (PGPR) IN CONTROLLING FUSARIUM WILT OF CHICKPEA
TLDR
Generally, metabolic precipitation recorded the best results for controlling wilt disease under greenhouse and field conditions and improved plant growth and increased yield components more than cell cultures or culture filtrates of both tested PGPR strains.
Growth Promotion of Legumes by Inoculation of Rhizosphere Bacteria
TLDR
The interactions/relationships of rhizosphere bacteria with their hosts and performance of wild-type and genetically manipulated beneficial bacterial populations are discussed for their efficient utilization in legume production under sustainable agriculture systems.
Culture filtrate antibiosis of Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria PGPRs against phytopathogens infecting medicinal and aromatic plants
TLDR
Application of culture filtrate of two isolates of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria inhibited the growth of phtytopathogens infecting selected medicinal and aromatic plants, indicating that suppression was due to antifungal compounds in the Filtrate.
The effect of Pseudomonas chlororaphis subsp. aurantiaca strain Q16 able to inhibit Fusarium oxysporum growth on potato yield
TLDR
PchlQ16 was confirmed as an effective growth promoting agent in potato production and can be highly effective in prevention of F. oxysporum infection.
...
...