Fungal Diversity Allelopathic Impact of Some Antioxidants on Fusarium solani Causing Root Rot on Faba Bean ( Vicia fabae )

@inproceedings{Gamal2018FungalDA,
  title={Fungal Diversity Allelopathic Impact of Some Antioxidants on Fusarium solani Causing Root Rot on Faba Bean ( Vicia fabae )},
  author={El Baroty Gamal and N. Galland and E. A. El Shamy and A. Rekha},
  year={2018}
}
Some elements mainly allelochemicals, released from living roots or decayed plants might be associated with the diseases. Results showed that the highest reduction of Fusarium solani was found by treatment with coumarin at all concentrations (33.3, 55.6, 72.2and 83.3) respectively followed by Argenin, Petrocin and control. These antioxidants at concentrations 5, 10, 15 ppm reduced the enzymatic activity of polyglatronase ( PG) and cellulolytic ( CX) of Fusarium solani. The great decreasing… CONTINUE READING

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