Impact of plant species and site on rhizosphere-associated fungi antagonistic to Verticillium dahliae kleb.

@article{Berg2005ImpactOP,
  title={Impact of plant species and site on rhizosphere-associated fungi antagonistic to Verticillium dahliae kleb.},
  author={Gabriele Berg and Christin Zachow and J{\"u}rgen Lottmann and Monika Goetz and Rodrigo Costa and Kornelia Smalla},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={71 8},
  pages={
          4203-13
        }
}
Fungi with antagonistic activity toward plant pathogens play an essential role in plant growth and health. To analyze the effects of the plant species and the site on the abundance and composition of fungi with antagonistic activity toward Verticillium dahliae, fungi were isolated from oilseed rape and strawberry rhizosphere and bulk soil from three different locations in Germany over two growing seasons. A total of 4,320 microfungi screened for in vitro antagonism toward Verticillium resulted… CONTINUE READING
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