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antibiosis

 [an″te-, an″ti-bi-o´sis]
1. an association between two populations of organisms that is detrimental to one of them.
2. a relationship between an organism and an antibiotic produced by another.

an·ti·bi·o·sis

(an'tē-bī-ō'sis),
1. An association of two organisms that is detrimental to one of them, in contrast to probiosis.
2. Production of an antibiotic by bacteria or other organisms inhibitory to other living things, especially among soil microbes.
[anti- + G. biōsis, life]

antibiosis

(ăn′tē-bī-ō′sĭs, ăn′tī-)
n.
1. An association between two or more organisms that is detrimental to at least one of them.
2. The antagonistic association between an organism and the metabolic substances produced by another.

an·ti·bi·o·sis

(an'tē-bī-ō'sis)
1. An association of two organisms that is detrimental to one of them, in contrast to probiosis.
2. Production of an antibiotic by bacteria or other organisms inhibitory to other living things, especially among soil microbes.
[anti- + G. biōsis, life]
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Genotypes in cluster I, namely, Aelton, Arzm 0583, Composto Chico, Composto Gaucha, Marcia, Mateus and Viviane showed antibiosis as a resistance mechanism to Spodoptera frugiperda.
frugiperda caused by BRS Realce is characteristic of antibiosis (Smith 2005; Seifi et al.
The lowest thrips densities were recorded on Alfa Sao Francisco RT, BR 29 and Sirius (Table 1), indicating that these cultivars present antibiosis and/or antixenosis as resistance mechanisms.
En otros casos actuan como competidores o antagonistas de patogenos del suelo, liberando a la planta de los efectos nocivos de estos con mecanismos de antibiosis, competencia o resistencia sistemica inducida (Jaizme & Rodriguez, 2004), y consecuentemente favoreciendo el desarrollo vegetal.
Additionally, by antibiosis, competition for space and nutrients and induction of systemic resistance in plant against a broad spectrum of root and foliar pathogens might also contribute to enhanced plant growth and metabolism [33].
strain SB-K88 is linked to plant colonization and antibiosis against soilborne peronosporomycetes," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
Recent studies have found that some metal ions have oxidative antibiosis, and the descending order of oxidizing power is Ag > Cu > Cr > Ni > Zn > Fe.
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Gossen et al., "Evidence that the biofungicide Serenade (Bacillus subtilis) suppresses clubroot on canola via antibiosis and induced host resistance," Phytopathology, vol.
Biological control of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides through Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR): Tests for antibiosis between PGPR strains (Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas fluorescens) and Colletotrichum gloeosporioides were conducted on PDA plates.
Among the mechanisms proposed for plant-pathogenic fungi control by Trichoderma include direct effects upon target fungi through antibiosis, mycoparasitism and competition [23].