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Induction and Modulation of Resistance in Tomato Plants Against Fusarium Wilt Disease by Bioagent Fungi (Arbuscular Mycorrhiza) And/or Hormonal Elicitors (Jasmonic Acid& Salicylic Acid): 1- Changes in Growth, Some Metabolic Activities and Endogenous Hormones Related to Defence Mechanism

@inproceedings{Khallal2007InductionAM,
  title={Induction and Modulation of Resistance in Tomato Plants Against Fusarium Wilt Disease by Bioagent Fungi (Arbuscular Mycorrhiza) And/or Hormonal Elicitors (Jasmonic Acid& Salicylic Acid): 1- Changes in Growth, Some Metabolic Activities and Endogenous Hormones Related to Defence Mechanism},
  author={Samia M. El Khallal},
  year={2007}
}
Biological control and hormonal inducers represents an interesting strategy to induced disease resistance against pathogen especially when applied together. In the present study, tomato plants infected by Fusarium oxysporum were inoculated with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM ) fungi and/ or sprayed 3 times with hormonal inducers (JA& SA). Plants were harvested at 14, 28 and 42 days after pathogen infection. Results showed that % of disease incidence in infected plants gradually increased with… Expand
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