The Biocontrol Efficacy of Streptomyces pratensis LMM15 on Botrytis cinerea in Tomato

Article English OPEN
Lian, Qinggui; Zhang, Jing; Gan, Liang; Ma, Qing; Zong, Zhaofeng; Wang, Yang;

LMM15, an actinomycete with broad spectrum antifungal activity, was isolated from a diseased tomato leaf using the baiting technique. A phylogenetic tree analysis based on similarity percentage of 16S rDNA sequences showed that the bacterium was 97.0% affiliated with th... View more
  • References (56)
    56 references, page 1 of 6

    Rosslenbroich, H.-J., Stuebler, D.. Botrytis cinerea—history of chemical control and novel fungicides for its management. Crop Protection . 2000; 19 (8-10): 557-561

    Eckert, J. W., Ogawa, J. M.. The chemical control of postharvest diseases: subtropical and tropical fruits. Annual Review of Phytopathology . 1985; 23 (1): 421-454

    Małolepsza, U.. Induction of disease resistance by acibenzolar-S-methyl and o-hydroxyethylorutin against Botrytis cinerea in tomato plants. Crop Protection . 2006; 25 (9): 956-962

    O'Neill, T. M., Shtienberg, D., Elad, Y.. Effect of some host and microclimate factors on infection of tomato stems by Botrytis cinerea. Plant Disease . 1997; 81 (1): 36-40

    Leroux, P.. Chemical control of botrytis and its resistance to chemical fungicides. Botrytis: Biology, Pathology and Control . 2007: 195-222

    Katan, T., Elad, Y., Yunis, H.. Resistance to diethofencarb (NPC) in benomyl-resistant field isolates of Botrytis cinerea. Plant Pathology . 1989; 38 (1): 86-92

    Raposo, R., Delcan, J., Gomez, V., Melgarejo, P.. Distribution and fitness of isolates of Botrytis cinerea with multiple fungicide resistance in Spanish greenhouses. Plant Pathology . 1996; 45 (3): 497-505

    Alabouvette, C., Olivain, C., Steinberg, C.. Biological control of plant diseases: the European situation. European Journal of Plant Pathology . 2006; 114 (3): 329-341

    Myresiotis, C. K., Karaoglanidis, G. S., Tzavella-Klonari, K.. Resistance of Botrytis cinerea isolates from vegetable crops to anilinopyrimidine, phenylpyrrole, hydroxyanilide, benzimidazole, and dicarboximide fungicides. Plant Disease . 2007; 91 (4): 407-413

  • Related Organizations (1)
  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark