Omics Technologies and Bio-Engineering 2018
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“…During plant-pathogen interaction, ROS accumulation has been anticipated as initial procedures influenced the growth of the pathogen. ROS have been proposed several significant roles such as antimicrobial molecules, plant cell wall cross-linkers blocks pathogen entry that acts as a local and systemic secondary messengers to activate additional immune responses, like stomatal closure or gene expression [[169], [170], [171], [172], [173], [174], [175]]. Besides of ROS accumulation, Ca +2 also play a vital role as a secondary messenger during several biotic and abiotic stress conditions.…”
Section: Role Of Reactive Oxygen Species (Ros) During Plant-pathogen mentioning
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“…During plant-pathogen interaction, ROS accumulation has been anticipated as initial procedures influenced the growth of the pathogen. ROS have been proposed several significant roles such as antimicrobial molecules, plant cell wall cross-linkers blocks pathogen entry that acts as a local and systemic secondary messengers to activate additional immune responses, like stomatal closure or gene expression [[169], [170], [171], [172], [173], [174], [175]]. Besides of ROS accumulation, Ca +2 also play a vital role as a secondary messenger during several biotic and abiotic stress conditions.…”
Section: Role Of Reactive Oxygen Species (Ros) During Plant-pathogen mentioning
“…This mechanism is the most important form of antagonism that directly affects the pathogen's mycelium through physical contact [78]. Mycoparasitism can be divided into four main stages: (i) the chemotropic growth of the mycelium from the fungal antagonist to the phytopathogenic fungus, (ii) recognition, (iii) direct attachment and degradation of the cell membrane, (iv) penetration of host fungal cells [79]. In the case of S. sclerotiorum, mycoparasitism can directly affect the mycelium, sclerotia, and apothecia through physical contact [80].…”
Section: Mycoparasitismmentioning
“…The most typical kind of stress plants receives from their surroundings is temperature stress. Each plant species has its own optimum temperature for growth, and its distribution is de-termined to a major extent by the temperature zone in which it can survive (Ram et al, 2018;Sasaki, 1997).…”
Section: High Temperature Stressmentioning
“…is also known to be able to induce biotic and abiotic stress resistance in plant and thereby encouraging plant growth (Harman et al, 2004). The ability of Trichoderma to alleviate abiotic stress is well known, although there is still a lack of specific knowledge of mechanisms that control multiple plant (Bisen et al, 2016;Chitara et al, 2017;Ram et al, 2018). Regardless of the stress condition, either osmotic, salinity, or suboptimal temperature the Trichoderma harzianum T22 treated seeds germinated rapidly and more uniformly than the untreated seeds (Mastouri et al, 2012).…”
Section: Bioprospecting the Role Of Trichoderma Spp In Alleviation Omentioning