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In vivo antibacterial activity against 'Rhizobium vitis' and the induction of defense-related genes in grapevines ('Vitis' spp.) by hairy vetch and ryegrass extracts

@article{Islam2014InVA,
  title={In vivo antibacterial activity against 'Rhizobium vitis' and the induction of defense-related genes in grapevines ('Vitis' spp.) by hairy vetch and ryegrass extracts},
  author={Md Tariqul Islam and Soon Young Ahn and Md. Zaherul Islam and Seon Ae Kim and Hae Keun Yun},
  journal={Plant Omics},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={133-141}
}
Water based crude extracts from hairy vetch ('Vicia villosa') and ryegrass ('Lolium perenne') were investigated for their antimicrobial activity against Rhizobium vitis, the causal agent of crown gall of grapevine ('Vitis spp.'), in a greenhouse. A total of 100 ml of each extract (125, 250 and 500 g L-1) prepared from fresh and pounded shoots and roots was applied to grapevine cuttings once every 10 days. The shoot and root extracts displayed remarkable in vivo antibacterial effects, as… Expand
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