phytopathogenic


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phytopathogenic

/phy·to·path·o·gen·ic/ (-path″ah-jen´ik) producing disease in plants.
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Moreover, all strains were screened on PDA medium against five phytopathogenic fungi to determine the antifungal activity.
Parallel formation and synergism of hydrolytic enzymes and peptaibol antibiotics, molecular mechanisms involved in the antagonistic action of Trichoderma harzianum against phytopathogenic fungi.
Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate, using meta-analysis of the scientific papers, the effectiveness of air-assisted boom sprayers and the effectiveness of adjuvants addition to pesticide spray solutions in the control of weeds and phytopathogenic fungi in agricultural crops upon pesticides spraying.
The antibacterial activity of the leaf and root extracts were evaluated against pathogenic and phytopathogenic bacteria by agar well diffusion and microdilution broth methods for the minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) determination.
Zeilinger and Omann (2007) reported that Trichoderma infect the hyphae of phytopathogenic fungi using prehensile coils and hooks that penetrate their cell walls.
Agriculture based on mono-cropping and intensive production has favoured the proliferation of soil phytopathogenic organisms, resulting in substantial yield losses in many crops (Messiaen and Lafon 1967; Messiaen et al.
Optimization for rapid synthesis of silver nanoparticles and its effect on phytopathogenic fungi.
In 1999, the sanity of the grapes was exceptional, which resulted in low incidence of phytopathogenic microorganisms on the berries.