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    1. Liu, CH; Xue, YR; Shang, HS; Zhang, JL
      Resistance of oat to 'take-all' causing fungus (Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici)

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    2. Kuiper, I; Bloemberg, GV; Noreen, S; Thomas-Oates, JE; Lugtenberg, BJJ
      Increased uptake of putrescine in the rhizosphere inhibits competitive root colonization by Pseudomonas fluorescens strain WCS365

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    3. Schmiedeknecht, G; Issoufou, I; Junge, H; Bochow, H
      Use of Bacillus subtilis as biocontrol agent. V. Biological control of diseases on maize and sunflowers

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    4. Huang, LL; Kang, Z; Heppner, C; Buchenauer, H
      Ultrastructural and immunocytochemical studies on effects of the fungicideMon65500 (Latitude (R)) on colonization of roots of wheat seedlings by Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    5. Sabatini, MA; Innocenti, G
      Effects of Collembola on plant-pathogenic fungus interactions in simple experimental systems

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    6. Sigler, WV; Nakatsu, CH; Reicher, ZJ; Turco, RF
      Fate of the biological control agent Pseudomonas aureofaciens TX-1 after application to turfgrass

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Raaijmakers, JM; Weller, DM
      Exploiting genotypic diversity of 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol-producing Pseudomonas spp.: Characterization of superior root-colonizing P-fluorescens strain Q8r1-96

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Wilhite, SE; Lumsden, RD; Straney, DC
      Peptide synthetase gene in Trichoderma virens

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Gardener, BBM; Weller, DM
      Changes in populations of rhizosphere bacteria associated with take-all disease of wheat

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Dawson, WAJM; Bateman, GL
      Fungal communities on roots of wheat and barley and effects of seed treatments containing fluquinconazole applied to control take-all

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    11. Delany, IR; Walsh, UF; Ross, I; Fenton, AM; Corkery, DM; O'Gara, F
      Enhancing the biocontrol efficacy of Pseudomonas fluorescens F113 by altering the regulation and production of 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol - Improved Pseudomonas biocontrol inoculants

      PLANT AND SOIL
    12. Notz, R; Maurhofer, M; Schnider-Keel, U; Duffy, B; Haas, D; Defago, G
      Biotic factors affecting expression of the 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol biosynthesis gene phlA in Pseudomonas fluorescens biocontrol strain CHA0 in therhizosphere

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    13. Schoeny, A; Jeuffroy, MH; Lucas, P
      Influence of take-all epidemics on winter wheat yield formation and yield loss

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    14. Delaney, SM; Mavrodi, DV; Bonsall, RF; Thomashow, LS
      phzO, a gene for biosynthesis of 2-hydrolyated phenazine compounds in Pseudomonas aureofaciens 30-84

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    15. Ellis, RJ; Timms-Wilson, TM; Bailey, MJ
      Identification of conserved traits in fluorescent pseudomonads with antifungal activity

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Haas, D; Blumer, C; Keel, C
      Biocontrol ability of fluorescent pseudomonads genetically dissected: importance of positive feedback regulation

      CURRENT OPINION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    17. Pal, KK; Tilak, KVBR; Saxena, AK; Dey, R; Singh, CS
      Antifungal characteristics of a fluorescent Pseudomonas strain involved inthe biological control of Rhizoctonia solani

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    18. Conner, RL; Clapperton, MJ; Kuzyk, AD
      Control of take-all in soft white spring wheat with seed and soil treatments

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    19. Kang, Z; Huang, L; Buchenauer, H
      Cytochemistry of cell wall component alterations in wheat roots infected by Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    20. Duffy, B
      Combination of pencycuron and Pseudomonas fluorescens strain 2-79 for integrated control of rhizoctonia root rot and take-all of spring wheat

      CROP PROTECTION
    21. Powell, JF; Vargas, JM; Nair, MG; Detweiler, AR; Chandra, A
      Management of dollar spot on creeping bentgrass with metabolites of Pseudomonas aureofaciens (TX-1)

      PLANT DISEASE
    22. Slininger, PJ; Burkhead, KD; Schisler, DA; Bothast, RJ
      Isolation, identification, and accumulation of 2-acetamidophenol in liquidcultures of the wheat take-all biocontrol agent Pseudomonas fluorescens 2-79

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    23. Picard, C; Di Cello, F; Ventura, M; Fani, R; Guckert, A
      Frequency and biodiversity of 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol-producing bacteria isolated from the maize rhizosphere at different stages of plant growth

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Joseph-Horne, T; Heppner, C; Headrick, J; Hollomon, DW
      Identification and characterization of the mode of action of MON 65500: A novel inhibitor of ATP export from mitochondria of the wheat "take-all" fungus, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici

      PESTICIDE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Dawson, WAJM; Bateman, GL
      Sensitivity of fungi from cereal roots to fluquinconazole and their suppressiveness towards take-all on plants with or without fluquinconazole seed treatment in a controlled environment

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    26. Herdina; Roget, DK
      Prediction of take-all disease risk in field soils using a rapid and quantitative DNA soil assay

      PLANT AND SOIL
    27. Kim, KK; Kang, JG; Moon, SS; Kang, KY
      Isolation and identification of antifungal N-butylbenzenesulphonamide produced by Pseudomonas sp AB2

      JOURNAL OF ANTIBIOTICS
    28. Liu, CH; Shang, HS; Tan, RX
      Infection process of take-all causing fungus (Gaeumannomyces graminis var tritici) on wheat (Triticum aestivum) and oat (Avena sativa) roots

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    29. Barthakur, M
      Plant growth promotion and fungicidal activity in a siderophore-producing strain of Proteus sp.

      FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
    30. Kirkegaard, JA; Sarwar, M; Wong, PTW; Mead, A; Howe, G; Newell, M
      Field studies on the biofumigation of take-all by Brassica break crops

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    31. Augustin, C; Ulrich, K; Ward, E; Werner, A
      RAPD-based inter- and intravarietal classification of fungi of the Gaeumannomyces-Phialophora complex

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    32. Bateman, GL; Kwasna, H
      Effects of number of winter wheat crops grown successively on fungal communities on wheat roots

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    33. Zriba, N; Sherwood, JE; Mathre, DE
      Characterization and effectiveness of Phialophora spp. isolated from a Montana take-all suppressive soil in controlling take-all disease of wheat

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    34. Roberts, DP; Stromberg, EL; Lacy, GH; Buyer, JS
      Biological disease control: Considerations for seed treatment and stand establishment

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH SYMPOSIUM ON STAND ESTABLISHMENT AND ISHS SEED SYMPOISUM
    35. Sundin, DR; Bockus, WW; Eversmeyer, MG
      Triazole seed treatments suppress spore production by Puccinia recondita, Septoria tritici, and Stagonospora nodorum from wheat leaves

      PLANT DISEASE
    36. Carter, JP; Spink, J; Cannon, PF; Daniels, MJ; Osbourn, AE
      Isolation, characterization, and avenacin sensitivity of a diverse collection of cereal-root-colonizing fungi

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    37. Bowen, GD; Rovira, AD
      The rhizosphere and its management to improve plant growth

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 66
    38. Ongena, M; Daayf, F; Jacques, P; Thonart, P; Benhamou, N; Paulitz, TC; Cornelis, P; Koedam, N; Belanger, RR
      Protection of cucumber against Pythium root rot by fluorescent pseudomonads: predominant role of induced resistance over siderophores and antibiosis

      PLANT PATHOLOGY
    39. Schoeny, A; Lucas, P
      Modeling of take-all epidemics to evaluate the efficacy of a new Seed-treatment fungicide on wheat

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    40. Wakelin, SA; Sivasithamparam, K; Cole, ALJ; Skipp, RA
      Saprophytic growth in soil of a strain of Trichoderma koningii

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    41. Bangera, MG; Thomashow, LS
      Identification and characterization of gene cluster for synthesis of the polyketide antibiotic 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol from Pseudomonas fluorescens Q2-87

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    42. Bateman, GL; Hornby, D
      Comparison of natural and artificial epidemics of take-all in sequences ofwinter wheat crops

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    43. MATHRE DE; JOHNSTON RH; GREY WE
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF TAKE-ALL DISEASE OF WHEAT CAUSED BY GAEUMANNOMYCES-GRAMINIS VAR. TRITICI UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS USING A PHIALOPHORA SP

      Biocontrol science and technology
    44. SHARIFITEHRANI A; ZALA M; NATSCH A; MOENNELOCCOZ Y; DEFAGO G
      BIOCONTROL OF SOIL-BORNE FUNGAL PLANT-DISEASES BY 2,4-DIACETYLPHLOROGLUCINOL-PRODUCING FLUORESCENT PSEUDOMONADS WITH DIFFERENT RESTRICTION PROFILES OF AMPLIFIED 16S RDNA

      European journal of plant pathology
    45. ANJAIAH V; KOEDAM N; NOWAKTHOMPSON B; LOPER JE; HOFTE M; TAMBONG JT; CORNELIS P
      INVOLVEMENT OF PHENAZINES AND ANTHRANILATE IN THE ANTAGONISM OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA PNA1 AND TN5 DERIVATIVES TOWARD FUSARIUM SPP. AND PYTHIUM SPP

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    46. RAAIJMAKERS JM; WELLER DM
      NATURAL PLANT-PROTECTION BY 2,4-DIACETYLPHLOROGLUCINOL - PRODUCING PSEUDOMONAS SPP. IN TAKE-ALL DECLINE SOILS

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    47. Bockus, WW
      Control strategies for stubble-borne pathogens of wheat

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    48. BUCHENAUER H
      BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF SOIL-BORNE DISEASES BY RHIZOBACTERIA

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (1970)
    49. DOSSANTOS HP; LHAMBY JCB; PRESTES AM; REIS EM
      AGRONOMIC TRAITS AND CONTROL OF ROOT DISE ASES OF WHEAT, IN ROTATION WITH OTHER WINTER CROPS

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira
    50. NIELSEN MN; SORENSEN J; FELS J; PEDERSEN HC
      SECONDARY METABOLITE-DEPENDENT AND ENDOCHITINASE-DEPENDENT ANTAGONISMTOWARD PLANT-PATHOGENIC MICROFUNGI OF PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS ISOLATES FROM SUGAR-BEET RHIZOSPHERE

      Applied and environmental microbiology (Print)
    51. YEE DC; MAYNARD JA; WOOD TK
      RHIZOREMEDIATION OF TRICHLOROETHYLENE BY A RECOMBINANT, ROOT-COLONIZING PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS STRAIN EXPRESSING TOLUENE ORTHO-MONOOOXYGENASE CONSTITUTIVELY

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    52. SIVASITHAMPARAM K
      ROOT CORTEX - THE FINAL FRONTIER FOR THE BIOCONTROL OF ROOT-ROT WITH FUNGAL ANTAGONISTS - A CASE-STUDY ON A STERILE RED FUNGUS

      Annual review of phytopathology
    53. BOCKUS WW; SHROYER JP
      THE IMPACT OF REDUCED TILLAGE ON SOILBORNE PLANT-PATHOGENS

      Annual review of phytopathology
    54. GARDNER PA; ANGUS JF; PITSON GD; WONG PTW
      A COMPARISON OF 6 METHODS TO CONTROL TAKE-ALL IN WHEAT

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    55. VACHEE A; MOSSEL DAA; LECLERC H
      ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AMONG PSEUDOMONAS AND RELATED STRAINS OF MINERAL-WATER ORIGIN

      Journal of applied microbiology
    56. CLARKSON JP; LUCAS JA
      THE ROLE OF ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTION BY A STRAIN OF PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS IN THE SUPPRESSION OF PSEUDOCERCOSPORELLA-HERPOTRICHOIDES, THE CAUSAL AGENT OF EYESPOT DISEASE OF CEREALS

      Journal of applied microbiology
    57. GLICK BR; BASHAN Y
      GENETIC MANIPULATION OF PLANT GROWTH-PROMOTING BACTERIA TO ENHANCE BIOCONTROL OF PHYTOPATHOGENS

      Biotechnology advances
    58. KIRKEGAARD JA; HOCKING PJ; ANGUS JF; HOWE GN; GARDNER PA
      COMPARISON OF CANOLA, INDIAN-MUSTARD AND LINOLA IN 2 CONTRASTING ENVIRONMENTS .2. BREAK-CROP AND NITROGEN EFFECTS ON SUBSEQUENT WHEAT CROPS

      Field crops research
    59. RENGEL Z
      DECREASED CAPACITY OF TAKE-ALL FUNGUS TO OXIDIZE MANGANOUS IONS IS ASSOCIATED WITH TAKE-ALL DECLINE

      Journal of plant nutrition
    60. WILDERMUTH GB; THOMAS GA; RADFORD BJ; MCNAMARA RB; KELLY A
      CROWN ROT AND COMMON ROOT-ROT IN WHEAT GROWN UNDER DIFFERENT TILLAGE AND STUBBLE TREATMENTS IN SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

      Soil & tillage research
    61. STURZ AV; CARTER MR; JOHNSTON HW
      A REVIEW OF PLANT-DISEASE, PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS AND MICROBIAL ANTAGONISM UNDER CONSERVATION TILLAGE IN TEMPERATE HUMID AGRICULTURE

      Soil & tillage research
    62. DANDURAND LM; SCHOTZKO DJ; KNUDSEN GR
      SPATIAL PATTERNS OF RHIZOPLANE POPULATIONS OF PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    63. RAAIJMAKERS JM; WELLER DM; THOMASHOW LS
      FREQUENCY OF ANTIBIOTIC-PRODUCING PSEUDOMONAS SPP IN NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    64. NICOLAE A; CRISTEA T; SUPURAN CT
      PREPARATION OF ANTIFUNGAL COMPOUNDS BY REACTION OF PHENAZINE-1-CARBOHYDRAZIDE WITH PYRILIUM SALTS

      Revue Roumaine de Chimie
    65. JACOBSEN CS
      PLANT-PROTECTION AND RHIZOSPHERE COLONIZATION OF BARLEY BY SEED INOCULATED HERBICIDE DEGRADING BURKHOLDERIA (PSEUDOMONAS) CEPACIA DBO1(PRO101) IN 2,4-D CONTAMINATED SOIL

      Plant and soil
    66. RODRIGUEZ F; PFENDER WF
      ANTIBIOSIS AND ANTAGONISM OF SCLEROTINIA-HOMOEOCARPA AND DRECHSLERA-POAE BY PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS PF-5 IN-VITRO AND IN PLANTA

      Phytopathology
    67. KIM DS; COOK RJ; WELLER DM
      BACILLUS SP L324-92 FOR BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF 3 ROOT DISEASES OF WHEAT GROWN WITH REDUCED TILLAGE

      Phytopathology
    68. DUFFY BK; DEFAGO G
      ZINC IMPROVES BIOCONTROL OF FUSARIUM CROWN AND ROOT-ROT OF TOMATO BY PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS AND REPRESSES THE PRODUCTION OF PATHOGEN METABOLITES INHIBITORY TO BACTERIAL ANTIBIOTIC BIOSYNTHESIS

      Phytopathology
    69. DUFFY BK; OWNLEY BH; WELLER DM
      SOIL CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL-PROPERTIES ASSOCIATED WITH SUPPRESSION OF TAKE-ALL OF WHEAT BY TRICHODERMA-KONINGII

      Phytopathology
    70. OUIMET A; CARISSE O; NEUMANN P
      ENVIRONMENTAL AND NUTRITIONAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE IN-VITRO INHIBITION OF THE VEGETATIVE GROWTH OF VENTURIA-INAEQUALIS BY 5 ANTAGONISTIC FUNGI

      Canadian journal of botany
    71. HOPER H; ALABOUVETTE C
      IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL SOIL PROPERTIES IN THE SUPPRESSIVENESS OF SOILS TO PLANT-DISEASES

      European journal of soil biology
    72. BANGERA MG; THOMASHOW LS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A GENOMIC LOCUS REQUIRED FOR SYNTHESIS OF THE ANTIBIOTIC 2,4-DIACETYLPHLOROGLUCINOL BY THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENT PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS Q2-87

      Molecular plant-microbe interactions
    73. SKIPPER HD; OGG AG; KENNEDY AC
      ROOT BIOLOGY OF GRASSES AND ECOLOGY OF RHIZOBACTERIA FOR BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL

      Weed technology
    74. SHIVANNA MB; MEERA MS; HYAKUMACHI M
      ROLE OF ROOT COLONIZATION ABILITY OF PLANT-GROWTH PROMOTING FUNGI IN THE SUPPRESSION OF TAKE-ALL AND COMMON ROOT-ROT OF WHEAT

      Crop protection
    75. SMILEY RW; COLLINS HP; RASMUSSEN PE
      DISEASES OF WHEAT IN LONG-TERM AGRONOMIC EXPERIMENTS AT PENDLETON, OREGON

      Plant disease
    76. SLININGER PJ; VANCAUWENBERGE JE; BOTHAST RJ; WELLER DM; THOMASHOW LS; COOK RJ
      EFFECT OF GROWTH CULTURE PHYSIOLOGICAL-STATE, METABOLITES, AND FORMULATION ON THE VIABILITY, PHYTOTOXICITY, AND EFFICACY OF THE TAKE-ALL BIOCONTROL AGENT PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS-2-79 STORED ENCAPSULATED ON WHEAT SEEDS

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    77. DOSSANTOS HP; REIS EM; LHAMBY JCB; WOBETO C
      EFFECT OF CROP-ROTATION ON WHEAT IN NO-TI LLAGE SYSTEM, IN GUARAPUAVA, PR

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira
    78. KEEL C; WELLER DM; NATSCH A; DEFAGO G; COOK RJ; THOMASHOW LS
      CONSERVATION OF THE 2,4-DIACETYLPHLOROGLUCINOL BIOSYNTHESIS LOCUS AMONG FLUORESCENT PSEUDOMONAS STRAINS FROM DIVERSE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    79. GEALY DR; GURUSIDDAIAH S; OGG AG
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF METABOLITES FROM PSEUDOMONAS-SYRINGAE STRAIN-3366 AND THEIR PHYTOTOXICITY AGAINST CERTAIN WEED AND CROP SPECIES

      Weed science
    80. RENGEL Z; GUTTERIDGE R; HIRSCH P; HORNBY D
      PLANT GENOTYPE, MICRONUTRIENT FERTILIZATION AND TAKE-ALL INFECTION INFLUENCE BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN THE RHIZOSPHERE OF WHEAT

      Plant and soil
    81. DUFFY BK; SIMON A; WELLER DM
      COMBINATION OF TRICHODERMA-KONINGII WITH FLUORESCENT PSEUDOMONADS FORCONTROL OF TAKE-ALL ON WHEAT

      Phytopathology
    82. AXELROOD PE; CLARKE AM; RADLEY R; ZEMCOV SJV
      DOUGLAS-FIR ROOT-ASSOCIATED MICROORGANISMS WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY TOWARDS FUNGAL PLANT-PATHOGENS AND HUMAN BACTERIAL PATHOGENS

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    83. ROGET DK
      DECLINE IN ROOT-ROT (RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI AG-8) IN WHEAT IN A TILLAGE AND ROTATION EXPERIMENT AT AVON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    84. CARTWRIGHT DK; BENSON DM
      COMPARISON OF PSEUDOMONAS SPECIES AND APPLICATION TECHNIQUES FOR BIOCONTROL OF RHIZOCTONIA STEM ROT OF POINSETTIA

      Plant disease
    85. BRENNAN RF
      EFFECT OF LEVELS OF TAKE-ALL AND PHOSPHORUS-FERTILIZER ON THE DRY-MATTER AND GRAIN-YIELD OF WHEAT

      Journal of plant nutrition
    86. SLININGER PJ; SHEAWILBUR MA
      LIQUID CULTURE PH, TEMPERATURE, AND CARBON (NOT NITROGEN) SOURCE REGULATE PHENAZINE PRODUCTIVITY OF THE TAKE-ALL BIOCONTROL AGENT PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS-2-79

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    87. CARTWRIGHT DK; CHILTON WS; BENSON DM
      PYRROLNITRIN AND PHENAZINE PRODUCTION BY PSEUDOMONAS-CEPACIA, STRAIN 5.5B, A BIOCONTROL AGENT OF RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    88. DEWEGER LA; VANDERBIJ AJ; DEKKERS LC; SIMONS M; WIJFFELMAN CA; LUGTENBERG BJJ
      COLONIZATION OF THE RHIZOSPHERE OF CROP PLANTS BY PLANT-BENEFICIAL PSEUDOMONADS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    89. DOSSANTOS HP; REIS EM; LHAMBY JCB; SANDINI I
      AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS AND CONTROL OF BARLEY ROOT DISEASE, UNDER NO-TILLAGE, IN ROTATION WITH OTHER CROPS

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira
    90. BRYAN GT; DANIELS MJ; OSBOURN AE
      COMPARISON OF FUNGI WITHIN THE GAEUMANNOMYCES-PHIALOPHORA COMPLEX BY ANALYSIS OF RIBOSOMAL DNA-SEQUENCES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    91. BURKHEAD KD; SCHISLER DA; SLININGER PJ
      BIOAUTOGRAPHY SHOWS ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTION BY SOIL BACTERIAL ISOLATES ANTAGONISTIC TO FUNGAL DRY ROT OF POTATOES

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    92. NEATE SM; BENGER AM
      NYLON NETTING TECHNIQUE FOR THE STUDY OF THE 3-DIMENSIONAL GROWTH OF RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI IN SOIL

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    93. CARRUTHERS FL; SHUMTHOMAS T; CONNER AJ; MAHANTY HK
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTION BY PSEUDOMONAS-AUREOFACIENSPA147-2 FOR BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA-MEGASPERMA ROOT-ROT OFASPARAGUS

      Plant and soil
    94. LIU L; KLOEPPER JW; TUZUN S
      INDUCTION OF SYSTEMIC RESISTANCE IN CUCUMBER BY PLANT GROWTH-PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA - DURATION OF PROTECTION AND EFFECT OF HOST-RESISTANCEON PROTECTION AND ROOT COLONIZATION

      Phytopathology
    95. RAAIJMAKERS JM; LEEMAN M; VANOORSCHOT MMP; VANDERSLUIS I; SCHIPPERS B; BAKKER PAHM
      DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS IN BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF FUSARIUM-WILT OFRADISH BY PSEUDOMONAS SPP

      Phytopathology
    96. COOK RJ; THOMASHOW LS; WELLER DM; FUJIMOTO D; MAZZOLA M; BANGERA G; KIM D
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF DEFENSE BY RHIZOBACTERIA AGAINST ROOT DISEASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. WARD E; AKROFI AY
      IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI IN THE GAEUMANNOMYCES-PHIALOPHORA COMPLEX BY RFLPS OF PCR-AMPLIFIED RIBOSOMAL DNAS

      Mycological research
    98. ELSHERIF M; GROSSMANN F
      COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATIONS ON THE ANTAGONISTIC ACTIVITY OF FLUORESCENT PSEUDOMONADS AGAINST GAEUMANNOMYCES-GRAMINIS VAR TRITICI IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Microbiological research
    99. BERG G; BALLIN G
      BACTERIAL ANTAGONISTS TO VERTICILLIUM-DAHLIAE KLEB

      Journal of phytopathology
    100. RENGEL Z; GRAHAM RD; PEDLER JF
      TIME-COURSE OF BIOSYNTHESIS OF PHENOLICS AND LIGNIN IN ROOTS OF WHEATGENOTYPES DIFFERING IN MANGANESE EFFICIENCY AND RESISTANCE TO TAKE-ALL FUNGUS

      Annals of botany


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