Plant Growth – Promoting Fungus , Trichoderma koningi Suppresses Isoflavonoid Phytoalexin Vestitol Production for Colonization on / in the Roots of Lotus japonicus

@inproceedings{Kira2011PlantG,
  title={Plant Growth – Promoting Fungus , Trichoderma koningi Suppresses Isoflavonoid Phytoalexin Vestitol Production for Colonization on / in the Roots of Lotus japonicus},
  author={Kira and ASUNAKA and ITSURO and YAKUMACHI and HIGEHITO and AKENAKA},
  year={2011}
}
  • Kira, ASUNAKA, +3 authors AKENAKA
  • Published 2011
The relationship between the colonization of Lotus japonicus by plant growth-promoting fungi (PGPF) and biosynthesis of the isoflavonoid phytoalexin vestitol, a major defensive response of leguminous plants, was analyzed. When PGPF including Trichoderma koningi, Fusarium equiseti, and Penicillium simplicissimum were inoculated onto L. japonicus roots, only T. koningi colonized the roots long-term and increased plant dry weight (126%). Microscopic observations of transverse sections of roots… CONTINUE READING

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