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Selection of halophilic bacteria for biological control of tomato gray mould caused by Botrytis cinerea

(2012) PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA. 51(3). p.625-630
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In Morocco, tomato gray mould caused by Botrytis cinerea Pers: Fr. is a serious threat for postharvest storage of tomatoes. Fifteen halophilic bacteria were evaluated for their antagonistic activity against B. cinerea: 11 Gram positive strains assigned to the genera Bacillus (9), Jeotgalibacillus (1) and Planococcus (1) and four Gram negative strains assigned to the genera Salinivibrio (1), Vibrio (2) and Photobacterium (1). In in vitro screening, 12 antifungal isolates secreted diffusible compounds, hydrolytic enzymes or volatile compounds. In vivo screening of the isolates, Bacillus safensis CCMM B582 and Bacillus oceanisediminis CCMM B584 showed permanent antagonistic activity on tomato fruits, with 100% inhibition of B. cinerea after 7 days. These two strains may offer potential for biological control of tomato gray mould.
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antifungal compounds, Lycopersicon esculentum, halophilic bacteria, POSTHARVEST DISEASES, BACILLUS, GREENHOUSE, BIOCONTROL, ANTAGONISTS, FUNGICIDES, RESISTANCE, MOROCCO, STORAGE, STRAIN

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Berrada, Imane, Omar Benkhemmar, Jean Swings, Najib Bendaou, and Mohamed Amar. 2012. “Selection of Halophilic Bacteria for Biological Control of Tomato Gray Mould Caused by Botrytis Cinerea.” Phytopathologia Mediterranea 51 (3): 625–630.
APA
Berrada, I., Benkhemmar, O., Swings, J., Bendaou, N., & Amar, M. (2012). Selection of halophilic bacteria for biological control of tomato gray mould caused by Botrytis cinerea. PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA, 51(3), 625–630.
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Berrada I, Benkhemmar O, Swings J, Bendaou N, Amar M. Selection of halophilic bacteria for biological control of tomato gray mould caused by Botrytis cinerea. PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA. 2012;51(3):625–30.
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Berrada, Imane, Omar Benkhemmar, Jean Swings, et al. “Selection of Halophilic Bacteria for Biological Control of Tomato Gray Mould Caused by Botrytis Cinerea.” PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA 51.3 (2012): 625–630. Print.
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  abstract     = {In Morocco, tomato gray mould caused by Botrytis cinerea Pers: Fr. is a serious threat for postharvest storage of tomatoes. Fifteen halophilic bacteria were evaluated for their antagonistic activity against B. cinerea: 11 Gram positive strains assigned to the genera Bacillus (9), Jeotgalibacillus (1) and Planococcus (1) and four Gram negative strains assigned to the genera Salinivibrio (1), Vibrio (2) and Photobacterium (1). In in vitro screening, 12 antifungal isolates secreted diffusible compounds, hydrolytic enzymes or volatile compounds. In vivo screening of the isolates, Bacillus safensis CCMM B582 and Bacillus oceanisediminis CCMM B584 showed permanent antagonistic activity on tomato fruits, with 100\% inhibition of B. cinerea after 7 days. These two strains may offer potential for biological control of tomato gray mould.},
  author       = {Berrada, Imane and Benkhemmar, Omar and Swings, Jean and Bendaou, Najib and Amar, Mohamed},
  issn         = {0031-9465},
  journal      = {PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {625--630},
  title        = {Selection of halophilic bacteria for biological control of tomato gray mould caused by Botrytis cinerea},
  volume       = {51},
  year         = {2012},
}

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