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influence of temperature on the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma viride Fr. on Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke. =
|Other titles||Influence of temperature on the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma viride Fr. ..., Antagonistic effect of Trichoderma viride Fr. on Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke.|
|Statement||by Arne Persson-Hüppel.|
|Series||Studia forestalia Suecica ;, nr. 4|
|LC Classifications||SD211 .S84 nr. 4, SB608.S8 .S84 nr. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||81473067|
The combined effect of all the bio-control agents was also evaluated. The population of R. solani, F. oxisporum, P. colocasiae, Pithium sp and Pseudomonas fluorescens was determined by soil dilution plate method. Reduction in population of R. solani, F. oxisporum, P. colocasiae and Pithium sp by T. viride is , , and %. In order to select the potent antagonist Trichoderma against FG, Effect of Trichoderma harzianum inoculation on The Trichoderma viride F consortium tolerates 2-amino-3H-phenoxazin
Trichoderma viride (antagonist) 0 0 0 Trichoderma viride + omae 3 0 0 Trichoderma viride + Aspergillus flavus 1 1 2 Trichoderma viride + Rhizopus oryzae 2 0 0 Trichoderma viride + Fusarium solani 1 1 3 Figures are expressed in percentage. Two hundred and fifity cassava roots were observed. spp. with particular emphasis on T. viride. The application of Trichoderma sp. has not only an antagonistic on plant pathogens but also a positive effect on plant growth and yield in some vegetable crops by Inbar et al., (). Begum et al., () were evaluated five Trichoderma strains to assay their efficacy in suppressing Alternaria fruit rot disease of chili and.
Trichoderma viride is a biocontrol agent which shows antagonistic activity toward a broad spectrum of phytopathogens. Trichoderma viride was more compatible with fertilizers and pesticides, and can be safely used with chemical fertilizers that give major nutrients for any crop. The latest insecticide, Lambda cyhalothrin (second-generation synthetic pyrethroid), was more compatibile than. The effect of Trichoderma harazianum, T. viride, T. koningii, T. reesei and T. hamatum culture filtrate in controlling reniform nematode and root-knot nematode was studied in vitro in 14 cm Petri-dish during one week exposure and under greenhouse conditions on one month eggplant cv black beauty seedlings in 12 cm plastic pots containing 1 kg.
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The Influence of Temperature on the Antagonistic Effect of Trichoderma viride Fr. on Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke. Fomes annosus, the widespread basidiomycete causing root rot of Norway spruce and Scots pine in Sweden, is an extensively studied fungus in single culture by a.
ROBAK (), TRESCHOW (), ROLL-HANSEN () and. Persson-Huppel, Arne (). The influence of temperature on the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma viride Fr. on Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke. Stockholm: Predecessors to SLU > Royal School of Forestry, Sveriges forestalia Suecica ; 4Cited by: 6.
The influence of temperature on the antagonistic effect\ud of Trichoderma viride Fr. on Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke. By Arne Persson-Huppel.
Get PDF ( KB) Topics: Forest Science. Author: Arne Persson-Huppel. Influence of acidity on the growth of Trichoderma viride Pers. ex Fr. and on the inhibitory effect of its filtrates against Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke.
in artificial culturesAuthor: Zbigniew Sierota. The influence of temperature on the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma viride Fr.
on Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke Studia Forestalia Sueccia, 4 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: The influence of temperature on the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma viride Fr. on Fomes annosus (Fr.) A. Persson-Hüppel Uliv houby Trichoderma viride na rost drevokaznych houb. The a w and temperature had a significant effect (P.
[Internat.J. Plant Protec., 3 (2) October, ] lHIND AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND TRAINING INSTITUTEl INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE & PH ON ANTAGONISTIC POTENTIAL OF Trichoderma viridein vitro potential against S.
rolfsii and R. solani at pH where T. viride grew very fast over the S. rolfsii and also check the growth. Antagonistic potential of T. viride declined. Figure 1. Effect of the temperature on the inhibition of the mycelial growth of in dual culture assay with Trichoderma sp. after 4 days of incubation Figure 2 Antagonistic effect between and Trichoderma sp.
at 30°C (left) and 25°C (right) after 4 days of incubation Our results showed that both Trichoderma sp. The antagonism of Trichoderma harzianum, Scytalidium album and an unidentified fungus (isolated from Monotropa hypopitys) against the root rot fungus Fomes annosus was studied in vitro and in vivo.
Antibiosis was demonstrated on malt extract agar and on powdered wood. Competition between F. annosus and its antagonists was studied in stem discs and in living stems of Norway spruce.
faster rate than the pathogens and the Trichoderma viride was identified as the best antagonist against all tested pathogens of Tea. Keywords: Antagonistic Effect, Trichoderma spp., Tea, Fungal Pathogens, Dual Culture Test 1. INTRODUCTION Tea (Camellia sinensis) is the most popular and natural beverage produced from young leaves of.
Trichoderma viride is an antagonistic fungus which prevents the crops from diseases such as Root rots, Wilts, brown rot, damping off, Charcoal rot and other soil born diseases in crops. It is suitable for Sugarcane, Pulses, Oilseeds, Cotton, Vegetables, Banana, Coconut, Oil palm, Chilies, Lime, Coffee & Tea, Areca nut & Rubber, Flower crops and.
The two most frequently isolated fungi were Trichoderma viride and Penicillium sp. found in all disease centres and per cent and per cent of root systems, respectively. Heterobasidion annosum s.s. was the most commonly isolated basidiomycete found in 15 disease centres.
Overall, it was isolated from per cent of the root systems. The Influence of Temperature on the Antagonistic Effect of Trichoderma viride Fr on Fomes annosus (Fr) Cake. Studia Forestalia Suecica. Stockholm. Preston, T. dan R. Leng. Matching Ruminant Production System with Available Resources in The Tropics and Sub-Tropics.
Trichoderma. were involved . In general, Trichoderma. species are mesophylic. How- ever, they possess different temperature minima, optima and maxima.
Temperature also affects the metabolism features and antagonistic properties of. Trichoderma. spp. . Goldfarb. et al.  ascertained variation of growth rate substantially within and. In this work, the automated Bioscreen C system was used to evaluate the influence of different nutritional sources on the growth of Trichoderma strains (T.
hamatum, T. harzianum, T. viride, and T. longibrachiatum) isolated from the soil in the Juréia-Itatins Ecological Station (JIES), São Paulo State - Brazil. The cultures were grown in. Gliotoxin is shown to be a metabolic product of Trichoderma viride, and a semi‐continuous apparatus for its production is described.
Ammonia nitrogen is preferable to nitrate nitrogen, but a wide r. Bacillus subtilis and T. viride only or combined were significantly increased the values of NPK concentration on tomato plants compared to control treatments (Henry et al., and Morsy et al., ).
The objective of this search was to evaluate the antagonistic potential effect of Trichoderma. The identified strains are Trichoderma viride (GRT-1, GRT-6 and GRT-9), Trichoderma koningii (GRT-2, (Abdullah, ). Characterization of the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma species is the influence on the biocontrol efficacy of Trichoderma.
life of Trichoderma viride in talc and charcoal based formulations. Indn. of Agri. Sci. 83(5) Perveen, K. and N. Bokhari, Antagonistic activity of Trichoderma harzianum and Trichoderma viride isolated from soil of date palm field against Fusarium oxysporum. Afr. Microbiol. Res. 6(13):. Trichoderma viride NFCCI Was Grown in the Presence of Antagonistic Fungi and Bacteria The laccase producing Trichoderma viride Pers NFCCI, which was isolated from a highly saline and phenolic rich environment (Divya et al.,) was used for studying the role of laccase in antagonistic microbial interaction.
Identiﬁcation.Liquid culture filtrate of six Trichoderma spp. viz., T. viride, T. harzianum, T. virens, T. atroviridae, T. fasciculatum and T. asperellum were evaluated to test their antagonistic activity against R. oryzae by poisoned food technique method.
The results presented in Table 2. Revealed that all the culture and filtrates of Trichoderma. Antagonistic activity of Trichoderma harzianum and Trichoderma viride isolated from soil of date palm field against Fusarium oxysporum.
African J Microbiol Res. ; – Ponmurugan P, Baby UI, Rajkumar R. Growth, photosynthetic and biochemical responses of tea cultivers infected with various diseases.