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- Making healthier or killing enemies? : bacterial volatile-elicited plant immunity plays major role upon protection of Arabidopsis than the direct pathogen inhibition
- R Sharifi; Choong-Min Ryu
- Bibliographic Citation
- Communicative & Integrative Biology, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. e1197445-e1197445
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- Bacterial volatiles protect plants either by directly inhibiting a pathogenic fungus or by improving
the defense capabilities of plants. The effect of bacterial volatiles on fungal growth was dosedependent.
A low dosage did not have a noticeable effect on Botrytis cinerea growth and
development, but was sufficient to elicit induced resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Bacterial
volatiles displayed negative effects on biofilm formation on a polystyrene surface and in in planta
leaf colonization of B. cinerea. However, bacterial volatile-mediated induced resistance was the
major mechanism mediating protection of plants from B. cinerea. It was responsible for more than
90% of plant protection in comparison with direct fungal inhibition. Our results broaden our
knowledge of the role of bacterial volatiles in plant protection.
- bacterial volatile organic compoundsfungal inhibitioninduced systemic resistanceleaf surface attachmentplant growthpromoting rhizobacteria
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