2005
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-89132005000100004
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Antagonism of Bacillus spp. against Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris

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“…isolated from healthy cabbage, kale, and radish had reduced black rot incidence in kale and cabbage in greenhouse and field experiments (Assis et al 1996). Monteiro et al (2005) showed that four of these Bacillus strains produced lipopeptides active against Xcc during its late growth phase. These peptide antibiotics are amphiphilic compounds with surfactant activity (Zuber et al 1993).…”
Section: Genetic Approachesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…isolated from healthy cabbage, kale, and radish had reduced black rot incidence in kale and cabbage in greenhouse and field experiments (Assis et al 1996). Monteiro et al (2005) showed that four of these Bacillus strains produced lipopeptides active against Xcc during its late growth phase. These peptide antibiotics are amphiphilic compounds with surfactant activity (Zuber et al 1993).…”
Section: Genetic Approachesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Bacillus strains have been investigated previously for agricultural applications and have proven to be an effective biocontrol agent against important phytopathogens (Monteiro et al, 2005). In this paper, the antifungal activity of Bacillus subtilis CWBI-B1567 and Bacillus mojavensis CWBI-B1568 against Candida albicans was investigated.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In general, these microorganisms are saprobes and rarely pathogenic. Bacillus spp have powerful biotechnological applications such as natural biocontrol of pests in agriculture, production of insecticides, antibiotics and enzymes and probiotics for human and animal microbiota regulation (Niehaus et al, 1999, Luna et al, 2005, Monteiro et al, 2005, Souza et al, 2005, Guo et al, 2006, Whipps, 2001. Antibiosis against the phytopathogenic microorganisms has been frequently associated with secondary metabolites (Romero et al, 2007, Pryor et al, 2007, Keel and Défago, 1997.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%