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Provedor de dados:  OAK
País:  Japan
Título:  Pre-inoculation of cucumber roots with Verticillium lecanii (Lecanicillium muscarium) induces resistance to powdery mildew
キュウリの根にVerticillium lecanii (Lecanicillium musxarium) を処理するとうどんこ病に対して抵抗性が誘導される
Autores:  Hirano, Emiko
Koike, Masanori
Aiuchi, Daigo
Tani, Masayuki
平野, 恵美子
小池, 正徳
相内, 大吾
谷, 昌幸
Data:  2008
Ano:  2008
Palavras-chave:  Induced resistance
Lecanicillium muscarium
Powdery Mildew
Verticillium lecanii
Resumo:  The ability of Verticillium lecanii (Lecanicillium muscarium; B-2) to induce host resistance and defense responses against subsequent challenge with cucumber powdery mildews was examined in a glasshouse. A root test showed that, after inoculation with V. lecanii blastspore on cucumber roots, induction of systemic resistance in those V. lecanii pre-inoculated plants engendered significantly fewer lesions and reduced disease severity compared with non-inoculated plants. Furthermore, in plants inoculated with V. lecanii blastspore on their roots, the fungi showed high colonizing ability on cucumber rhizoplane and inside root tissues. Nevertheless, activities of peroxidase (PO) and phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) increased slightly, but not significantly. In a leaf test of inoculation with V. lecanii, activity of PAL tended to increase when powdery mildew was inoculated, but the PO activity did not change significantly. These results indicated that an isolate of V. lecanii (B-2) potentially induced host resistance to cucumber and is an effective candidate for biological control of cucumber powdery mildews, even in inoculation into soil.
Idioma:  Inglês
Identificador:  帯大研報
Editor:  帯広畜産大学
Formato:  application/pdf
Direitos:  帯広畜産大学

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