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 AS  Vol.13 No.1 , January 2022
Comparative Study of Disease Suppression on Various Host Plants by Bacillus Cyclic Lipopeptides
Abstract: In biological controls using Bacillus spp., cyclic lipopeptides play a role as elicitors to induce disease resistance on various host plants. However, it is still unclear the specificity between cyclic lipopeptides and host plants to induce disease resistance. In this study, we aimed to clarify the specificity to induce disease resistance among cyclic lipopeptides on various host plants. Our data clearly showed both cyclic lipopeptides conferred disease suppression on most of host plants, but at different range of cyclic lipopeptide concentration. Our findings contribute to understanding the complex on the specificity of cyclic lipopeptide derived induced disease resistance.
Cite this paper: Altrão, C. , Kawashim, T. , Ohbu, M. , Matsuura, S. , Higuchi, M. , Yanai, Y. , Hase, Y. , Shinohara, H. and Yokota, K. (2022) Comparative Study of Disease Suppression on Various Host Plants by Bacillus Cyclic Lipopeptides. Agricultural Sciences, 13, 1-9. doi: 10.4236/as.2022.131001.
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