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    1. Lewis, JA; Lumsden, RD
      Biocontrol of damping-off of greenhouse-grown crops caused by Rhizoctonia solani with a formulation of Trichoderma spp.

      CROP PROTECTION
    2. Meyer, SLF; Roberts, DP; Chitwood, DJ; Carta, LK; Lumsden, RD; Mao, WL
      Application of Burkholderia cepacia and Trichoderma virens, alone and in combinations, against Meloidogyne incognita on bell pepper

      NEMATROPICA
    3. Wilhite, SE; Lumsden, RD; Straney, DC
      Peptide synthetase gene in Trichoderma virens

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Paulitz, TC; Belanger, RR
      Biological control in greenhouse systems

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    5. Carisse, O; El Bassam, S; Benhamou, N
      Effect of Microsphaeropsis sp strain P130A on germination and production of sclerotia of Rhizoctonia solani and interaction between the antagonist and the pathogen

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    6. Budge, SP; Whipps, JM
      Potential for integrated control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in glasshouselettuce using Coniothyrium minitans and reduced fungicide application

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    7. Chaverri, P; Samuels, GJ; Stewart, EL
      Hypocrea virens sp nov., the teleomorph of Trichoderma virens

      MYCOLOGIA
    8. Costa, JLD; Menge, JA; Casale, WL
      Biological control of Phytophthora root rot of avocado with microorganismsgrown in organic mulches

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Meyer, SLF; Massoud, SI; Chitwood, DJ; Roberts, DP
      Evaluation of Trichoderma virens and Burkholderia cepacia for antagonisticactivity against root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita

      NEMATOLOGY
    10. Harris, AR
      Solid formulations of binucleate Rhizoctonia isolates suppress Rhizoctoniasolani and Pythium ultimum in potting medium

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    11. Etebarian, HR; Scott, ES; Wicks, TJ
      Trichoderma harzianum T39 and T-virens DAR 74290 as potential biological control agents for phytophthora erythroseptica

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    12. Utkhede, RS; Levesque, CA; Dinh, D
      Pythium aphanidermatum root rot in hydroponically grown lettuce and the effect of chemical and biological agents on its control

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    13. Chellemi, DO
      Adaptation of approaches to pest control in low-input agriculture

      CROP PROTECTION
    14. Burns, JR; Benson, DM
      Biocontrol of damping-off of Catharanthus roseus caused by Pythium ultimumwith Trichoderma virens and binucleate Rhizoctonia fungi

      PLANT DISEASE
    15. Harman, GE
      Myths and dogmas of biocontrol - Changes in perceptions derived from research on Trichoderma harzianum T-22

      PLANT DISEASE
    16. McLean, KL; Stewart, A
      Application strategies for control of onion white rot by fungal antagonists

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CROP AND HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    17. Howell, CR; Hanson, LE; Stipanovic, RD; Puckhaber, LS
      Induction of terpenoid synthesis in cotton roots and control of Rhizoctonia solani by seed treatment with Trichoderma virens

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    18. Aleksandrova, AV; Velikanov, LL; Sidorova, II; Sizova, TP
      Trichoderma harzianum influence on soil micromycetes

      MIKOLOGIYA I FITOPATOLOGIYA
    19. de Silva, A; Patterson, K; Rothrock, C; Moore, J
      Growth promotion of highbush blueberry by fungal and bacterial inoculants

      HORTSCIENCE
    20. Mishra, RC; Singh, R; Shahi, SK; Singh, HB; Dikshit, A
      Biological management of patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) wilt caused by Rhizoctonia solani

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    21. Mishra, PK; Mukhopadhyay, AN; Fox, RTV
      Integrated and biological control of gladiolus corm rot and wilt caused byFusarium oxysporum f.sp gladioli

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    22. Christov, LP; Szakacs, G; Balakrishnan, H
      Production, partial characterization and use of fungal cellulase-free xylanases in pulp bleaching

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Hutchinson, CM
      Trichoderma virens-inoculated composted chicken manure for biological weedcontrol

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    24. Harris, AR
      Biocontrol of Rhizoctonia solani and Pythium ultimum on Capsicum by Trichoderma koningii in potting medium

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    25. Hoynes, CD; Lewis, JA; Lumsden, RD; Bean, GA
      Biological control agents in combination with fertilization or fumigation to reduce sclerotial viability of Sclerotium rolfsii and disease of snap beans in the greenhouse

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    26. Woo, SL; Donzelli, B; Scala, F; Mach, R; Harman, GE; Kubicek, CP; Del Sorbo, G; Lorito, M
      Disruption of the ech42 (endochitinase-encoding) gene affects biocontrol activity in Trichoderma harzianum P1

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    27. Martin, FN; Loper, JE
      Soilborne plant diseases caused by Pythium spp: Ecology, epidemiology, andprospects for biological control

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN PLANT SCIENCES
    28. Koch, E
      Evaluation of commercial products for microbial control of soil-borne plant diseases

      CROP PROTECTION
    29. Pacumbaba, RP; Beyl, CA; Pacumbaba, RO
      Shiitake mycelial leachate suppresses growth of some bacterial species andsymptoms of bacterial wilt of tomato and lima bean in vitro

      PLANT DISEASE
    30. Baek, JM; Howell, CR; Kenerley, CM
      The role of an extracellular chitinase from Trichoderma virens Gv29-8 in the biocontrol of Rhizoctonia solani

      CURRENT GENETICS
    31. Benhamou, N; Rey, P; Picard, K; Tirilly, Y
      Ultrastructural and cytochemical aspects of the interaction between the mycoparasite Pythium oligandrum and soilborne plant pathogens

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    32. Limon, MC; Pintor-Toro, JA; Benitez, T
      Increased antifungal activity of Trichoderma harzianum transformants that overexpress a 33-kDa chitinase

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    33. Singh, PP; Shin, YC; Park, CS; Chung, YR
      Biological control of Fusarium wilt of cucumber by chitinolytic bacteria

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    34. Singer, AC; Crowley, DE; Menge, JA
      Use of an anecic earthworm, Pheretima hawayana, as a means for delivery offungal biocontrol agents

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    35. Howell, CR
      Selective isolation from soil and separation in vitro of P and Q strains of Trichoderma virens with differential media

      MYCOLOGIA
    36. BAEK JM; KENERLEY CM
      THE ARG2 GENE OF TRICHODERMA VIRENS - CLONING AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HOMOLOGOUS TRANSFORMATION SYSTEM

      Fungal genetics and biology
    37. Mischke, S; Martin, PAW; Schroder, RFW
      Compatibility of phloxine B, an insecticidal photoactive dye, with selected biocontrol fungi

      BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    38. NAGTZAAM MPM; BOLLEN GJ; TERMORSHUIZEN AJ
      EFFICACY OF TALAROMYCES-FLAVUS ALONE OR IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER ANTAGONISTS IN CONTROLLING VERTICILLIUM-DAHLIAE IN GROWTH CHAMBER EXPERIMENTS

      Journal of phytopathology
    39. FENICE M; SELBMANN L; DIGIAMBATTISTA R; FEDERICI F
      CHITINOLYTIC ACTIVITY AT LOW-TEMPERATURE OF AN ANTARCTIC STRAIN (A3) OF VERTICILLIUM-LECANII

      Research in microbiology
    40. Isnaini, M; Burgess, DR; Keane, PJ
      The use of cultures of Sclerotinia minor for selective isolation and enumeration of mycoparasitic isolates of Trichoderma from soil and roots

      AUSTRALASIAN PLANT PATHOLOGY
    41. MUKHERJEE K; SEN B
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF FUSARIUM-WILT OF MUSKMELON BY FORMULATIONS OF ASPERGILLUS-NIGER

      Israel journal of plant sciences
    42. MAO W; LEWIS JA; LUMSDEN RD; HEBBAR KP
      BIOCONTROL OF SELECTED SOILBORNE DISEASES OF TOMATO AND PEPPER PLANTS

      Crop protection
    43. LARKIN RP; FRAVEL DR
      EFFICACY OF VARIOUS FUNGAL AND BACTERIAL BIOCONTROL ORGANISMS FOR CONTROL OF FUSARIUM-WILT OF TOMATO

      Plant disease
    44. ZAKI K; MISAGHI IJ; HEYDARI A; SHATLA MN
      CONTROL OF COTTON SEEDLING DAMPING-OFF IN THE FIELD BY BURKHOLDERIA (PSEUDOMONAS) CEPACIA

      Plant disease
    45. MOUSSEAUX MR; DUMROESE RK; JAMES RL; WENNY DL; KNUDSEN GR
      EFFICACY OF TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM AS A BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF FUSARIUM-OXYSPORUM IN CONTAINER-GROWN DOUGLAS-FIR SEEDLINGS

      New forests
    46. BAEK JM; KENERLEY CM
      DETECTION AND ENUMERATION OF A GENETICALLY-MODIFIED FUNGUS IN SOIL ENVIRONMENTS BY QUANTITATIVE COMPETITIVE POLYMERASE-CHAIN-REACTION

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    47. Bailey, BA; Hebbar, KP; Strem, M; Lumsden, RD; Darlington, LC; Connick, WJ; Daigle, DJ
      Formulations of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. erythroxyli for biocontrol of Erythroxylum coca var. coca

      WEED SCIENCE
    48. GAMS W; MEYER W
      WHAT EXACTLY IS TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM

      Mycologia
    49. CHAKRABARTI DK; KUMAR R; PRASAD J
      STEM ROT OF PSORALEA-CORYLIFOLIA AND ITS BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL

      Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
    50. HARRIS AR; LUMSDEN RD
      INTERACTIONS OF GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS WITH RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AND PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM IN NONSTERILE POTTING MEDIUM

      Biocontrol science and technology
    51. LEWIS JA; LARKIN RP
      EXTRUDED GRANULAR FORMULATION WITH BIOMASS OF BIOCONTROL GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS AND TRICHODERMA SPP TO REDUCE DAMPING-OFF OF EGGPLANT CAUSED BYRHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AND SAPROPHYTIC GROWTH OF THE PATHOGEN IN SOIL-LESS MIX

      Biocontrol science and technology
    52. MUOTOEOKAFOR FA; GUGNANI HC
      IN-VITRO INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HISTOPLASMA-CAPSULATUM VAR. DUBOISI ANDOTHER FUNGI

      Mycoses
    53. KNUDSEN IMB; HOCKENHULL J; JENSEN DF; GERHARDSON B; HOKEBERG M; TAHVONEN R; TEPERI E; SUNDHEIM L; HENRIKSEN B
      SELECTION OF BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENTS FOR CONTROLLING SOIL AND SEED-BORNE DISEASES IN THE FIELD

      European journal of plant pathology
    54. THRANE C; TRONSMO A; JENSEN DF
      ENDO-1,3-BETA-GLUCANASE AND CELLULASE FROM TRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM - PURIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION, INDUCTION OF AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY AGAINST PLANT-PATHOGENIC PYTHIUM SPP

      European journal of plant pathology
    55. HARRIS AR; SIWEK K; WISEMAN BM
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DAMPING-OFF FUNGI, ANTAGONISTS AND CAPSICUM SEEDLINGS

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology
    56. BELANGER RR; BENYAGOUB M
      CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS FOR INTEGRATED CONTROL OF POWDERY MILDEWS INTHE GREENHOUSE

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    57. PUNJA ZK
      COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF BACTERIA, FUNGI, AND YEASTS AS BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENTS FOR DISEASES OF VEGETABLE CROPS

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    58. MISCHKE S
      A QUANTITATIVE BIOASSAY FOR EXTRACELLULAR METABOLITES THAT ANTAGONIZEGROWTH OF FILAMENTOUS FUNGI, AND ITS USE WITH BIOCONTROL FUNGI

      Mycopathologia
    59. BENHAMOU N; CHET I
      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE INTERACTION BETWEENTRICHODERMA-HARZIANUM AND PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    60. MCQUILKEN MP; BUDGE SP; WHIPPS JM
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM BY FILM-COATING CONIOTHYRIUM MINITANS ON TO SUNFLOWER SEED AND SCLEROTIA

      Plant Pathology
    61. KOHL J; BELANGER RR; FOKKEMA NJ
      INTERACTION OF 4 ANTAGONISTIC FUNGI WITH BOTRYTIS-ACLADA IN DEAD ONION LEAVES - A COMPARATIVE MICROSCOPIC AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL-STUDY

      Phytopathology
    62. ELTARABILY KA; HARDY GESJ; SIVASITHAMPARAM K; HUSSEIN AM; KURTBOKE DI
      THE POTENTIAL FOR THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF CAVITY-SPOT DISEASE OF CARROTS, CAUSED BY PYTHIUM-COLORATUM, BY STREPTOMYCETE AND NON-STREPTOMYCETE ACTINOMYCETES

      New phytologist
    63. RISTAINO JB; PERRY KB; LUMSDEN RD
      SOIL SOLARIZATION AND GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF SOUTHERN BLIGHT (SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII) IN BELL PEPPER IN THE FIELD

      Biocontrol science and technology
    64. LEWIS JA; LUMSDEN RD; LOCKE JC
      BIOCONTROL OF DAMPING-OFF DISEASES CAUSED BY RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AND PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM WITH ALGINATE-PRILLS OF GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS, TRICHODERMA-HAMATUM AND VARIOUS FOOD BASES

      Biocontrol science and technology
    65. SAMUELS GJ
      TRICHODERMA - A REVIEW OF BIOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS OF THE GENUS

      Mycological research
    66. CLIQUET S; SCHEFFER RJ
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF DAMPING-OFF CAUSED BY PYTHIUM-ULTIMUM AND RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI USING TRICHODERMA SPP APPLIED AS INDUSTRIAL FILM COATINGS ON SEEDS - BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF DAMPING-OFF

      European journal of plant pathology
    67. XU BW; WILD JR; KENERLEY CM
      ENHANCED EXPRESSION OF A BACTERIAL GENE FOR PESTICIDE DEGRADATION IN A COMMON SOIL FUNGUS

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    68. LEWIS JA; FRAVEL DR
      INFLUENCE OF PYRAX BIOMASS OF BIOCONTROL FUNGI ON SNAP BEAN DAMPING-OFF CAUSED BY SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII IN THE FIELD AND ON GERMINATION OF SCLEROTIA/

      Plant disease
    69. MCLAREN DL; HUANG HC; RIMMER SR
      CONTROL OF APOTHECIAL PRODUCTION OF SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM BY CONIOTHYRIUM-MINITANS AND TALAROMYCES-FLAVUS

      Plant disease
    70. BOYETCHKO SM
      IMPACT OF SOIL-MICROORGANISMS ON WEED BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY

      Phytoprotection
    71. BERGER F; LI H; WHITE D; FRAZER R; LEIFERT C
      EFFECT OF PATHOGEN INOCULUM, ANTAGONIST DENSITY, AND PLANT-SPECIES ONBIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA AND PYTHIUM DAMPING-OFF BY BACILLUS-SUBTILIS COT1 IN HIGH-HUMIDITY FOGGING GLASSHOUSES

      Phytopathology
    72. BUDGE SP; MCQUILKEN MP; FENLON JS; WHIPPS JM
      USE OF CONIOTHYRIUM-MINITANS AND GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS FOR BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM IN GLASSHOUSE LETTUCE

      Biological control
    73. LEWIS JA; FRAVEL DR; LUMSDEN RD; SHASHA BS
      APPLICATION OF BIOCONTROL FUNGI IN GRANULAR FORMULATIONS OF PREGELATINIZED STARCH-FLOUR TO CONTROL DAMPING-OFF DISEASES CAUSED BY RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI

      Biological control
    74. CARTWRIGHT DK; BENSON DM
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA STEM ROT OF POINSETTIA IN POLYFOAM ROOTING CUBES WITH PSEUDOMONAS-CEPACIA AND PAECILOMYCES-LILACINUS

      Biological control
    75. MICHELI Q; WHIPPS JM; BUDGE SP; LYNCH JM
      PRODUCTION OF INTER-STRAIN AND INTRA-STRAIN HYBRIDS OF TRICHODERMA SPP BY PROTOPLAST FUSION AND EVALUATION OF THEIR BIOCONTROL ACTIVITY AGAINST SOIL-BORNE AND FOLIAR PATHOGENS

      Journal of phytopathology
    76. CHIU SC; TZEAN SS
      GLUCANOLYTIC ENZYME-PRODUCTION BY SCHIZOPHYLLUM-COMMUNE FR DURING MYCOPARASITISM

      Physiological and molecular plant pathology
    77. ABBAS HK; DUKE SO
      PHYTOTOXINS FROM PLANT-PATHOGENS AS POTENTIAL HERBICIDES

      Journal of toxicology. Toxin reviews
    78. CARTWRIGHT DK; BENSON DM
      OPTIMIZATION OF BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA STEM ROT OF POINSETTIA BY PAECILOMYCES-LILACINUS AND PSEUDOMONAS-CEPACIA

      Plant disease
    79. SANDYSWINSCH DC; WHIPPS JM; FENLON JS; LYNCH JM
      THE VALIDITY OF IN-VITRO SCREENING METHODS IN THE SEARCH FOR FUNGAL ANTAGONISTS OF SCLEROTINIA-SCLEROTIORUM CAUSING WILT OF SUNFLOWER

      Biocontrol science and technology
    80. WORASATIT N; SIVASITHAMPARAM K; GHISALBERTI EL; ROWLAND C
      VARIATION IN PYRONE PRODUCTION, LYTIC ENZYMES AND CONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA ROOT-ROT OF WHEAT AMONG SINGLE-SPORE ISOLATES OF TRICHODERMA-KONINGII

      Mycological research
    81. GOLDMAN GH; HAYES C; HARMAN GE
      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY OF BIOCONTROL BY TRICHODERMA SPP

      Trends in biotechnology
    82. VANTILBURG AUB; THOMAS MD
      EXTRACELLULAR BETA-N-ACETYLHEXOSAMINIDASES OF GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS RV14

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    83. CARTWRIGHT DK; BENSON DM
      EFFECT OF POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF PSEUDOMONAS-CEPACIA AND PAECILOMYCES-LILACINUS ON COLONIZATION OF POLYFOAM ROOTING CUBES BY RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    84. LARTEY RT; CURL EA; PETERSON CM
      INTERACTIONS OF MYCOPHAGOUS COLLEMBOLA AND BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL FUNGI IN THE SUPPRESSION OF RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    85. STIPANOVIC RD; HOWELL CR; HEDIN PA
      BIOSYNTHESIS OF GLIOVIRIN - INCORPORATION OF L-PHENYLALANINE (1-C-13)

      Journal of antibiotics
    86. SREENIVASAPRASAD S; MANIBHUSHANRAO K
      EFFICACY OF GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS AND TRICHODERMA-LONGIBRACHIATUM AS BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENTS OF GROUNDNUT ROOT AND STEM ROT DISEASES

      International journal of pest management
    87. MUKHERJEE PK; SHRESTHA SM; MUKHOPADHYAY AN
      BAITING WITH SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII FOR SELECTIVE ISOLATION OF GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS FROM NATURAL SOIL

      Biocontrol science and technology
    88. HWANG SF; CHAKRAVARTY P
      INTEGRATED BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA ROOT-ROT OFFIELD PEA BY GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS AND A FUNGICIDE

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    89. ALIHAIMOUD DE; MOSTAFA M; BARRAULT G; ALBERTINI L
      EVALUATION OF ORGANISMS ANTAGONISTIC TO THE SCLEROTIOID ORGANS OF DRECHSLERA-TERES, THE CAUSAL AGENT OF BARLEY NET BLOTCH

      Plant disease
    90. STEPHENS PM; DAVOREN CW; DOUBE BM; RYDER MH; BENGER AM; NEATE SM
      REDUCED SEVERITY OF RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI DISEASE ON WHEAT SEEDLINGS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRESENCE OF THE EARTHWORM APORRECTODEA-TRAPEZOIDES (LUMBRICIDAE)

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    91. TODOROVIC R; MATAVULJ M; KANDRAC J; GRUJIC S
      MULTIPLICITY OF EXTRACELLULAR BETA-GLUCOSIDASE FROM GLIOCLADIUM-VIRENS C(2)R(1)

      Microbios
    92. SRINIVASAN U; STAINES HJ; BRUCE A
      INFLUENCE OF MEDIA TYPE ON ANTAGONISTIC MODES OF TRICHODERMA SPP AGAINST WOOD DECAY BASIDIOMYCETES

      Material und Organismen


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