Biosurfactants are involved in the biological control of Verticillium microsclerotia by Pseudomonas spp.

@article{Debode2007BiosurfactantsAI,
  title={Biosurfactants are involved in the biological control of Verticillium microsclerotia by Pseudomonas spp.},
  author={J Debode and Katrien De Maeyer and Maaike Perneel and Joke Pannecoucque and Guy de Backer and Monica H{\"o}fte},
  journal={Journal of applied microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={103 4},
  pages={1184-96}
}
AIMS To examine the effect of previously described bacterial antagonists on the viability of Verticillium microsclerotia in vitro and to elucidate the possible modes of action of bacterial strains in the suppression of Verticillium microsclerotia viability. METHODS AND RESULTS A microplate assay was developed to test the suppressive effect of well-defined Pseudomonas spp. on the viability of Verticillium microsclerotia in vitro. Experiments using phenazine- and biosurfactant-deficient mutants… CONTINUE READING

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