Relationships between Root Pathogen Resistance, Abundance and Expression of Pseudomonas Antimicrobial Genes, and Soil Properties in Representative Swiss Agricultural Soils

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Strains of Pseudomonas that produce antimicrobial metabolites and control soilborne plant diseases have often been isolated from soils defined as disease-suppressive, i.e., soils, in which specific plant pathogens are present, but plants show no or reduced disease symptoms. Moreover, it is assumed that pseudomonads producing antimicrobial compounds such as… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00427

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@inproceedings{Imperiali2017RelationshipsBR, title={Relationships between Root Pathogen Resistance, Abundance and Expression of Pseudomonas Antimicrobial Genes, and Soil Properties in Representative Swiss Agricultural Soils}, author={Nicola Imperiali and Francesca Dennert and Jana Schneider and Titouan Laessle and Christelle Velatta and Marie Fesselet and Michele Wyler and Fabio Mascher and Olga V. Mavrodi and Dmitri V Mavrodi and Monika Maurhofer and Christoph J. Keel}, booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.}, year={2017} }