Factors that contribute to the mycoparasitism stimulus in Trichoderma atroviride strain P1

@inproceedings{WSl2004FactorsTC,
  title={Factors that contribute to the mycoparasitism stimulus in Trichoderma atroviride strain P1},
  author={W∞Sl and FormisanoE and FoglianoV and CosenzaC and MauroA and TurraD and SorienteI and FerraioliS and ScalaF and LoritoM},
  year={2004}
}
Trichoderma atroviride strain P1 has been used extensively to study the mycoparasitic mechanisms in the interaction between plant pathogenic host and beneficial antagonistic fungi. Mutants of P1 containing the green fluorescent protein (gfp) or glucose oxidase (gox) reporter systems and different inducible promoters (from the exochitinase nag1 gene, or the endochitinase ech42 gene of P1) were used to determine the factors that activate the biocontrol gene expression cascade in the antagonist… CONTINUE READING

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