2021
DOI: 10.3389/fsufs.2021.737977
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Microbial Biocontrol Strategies for Ambrosia Beetles and Their Associated Phytopathogenic Fungi

Abstract: Ambrosia beetles and their symbiotic fungi are causing severe damage in natural and agro-ecosystems worldwide, threatening the productivity of several important tree crops such as avocado. Strategies aiming at mitigating their impact include the application of broad-spectrum agrochemicals and the incineration of diseased trees, but the increasing demand for environment-friendly strategies call for exploring biological control for the management of ambrosia beetles and their phytopathogenic fungal symbionts. Th… Show more

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“…Because the hydrogen signal of carbon 16 was in the glycosidic region, a selective irradiation TOCSY one dimensional experiment to the β proton of carbon 15 was carried out, which allowed to assign the protons and carbons of positions C-14 and C-16. Chemical shifts for 1 H and 13 C are expressed in ppm using the residual signal of Py-d 5 as reference. The coupling constants (J) for proton are expressed in Hertz (Hz).…”
Section: Spectroscopic and Spectrometric Analysesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Because the hydrogen signal of carbon 16 was in the glycosidic region, a selective irradiation TOCSY one dimensional experiment to the β proton of carbon 15 was carried out, which allowed to assign the protons and carbons of positions C-14 and C-16. Chemical shifts for 1 H and 13 C are expressed in ppm using the residual signal of Py-d 5 as reference. The coupling constants (J) for proton are expressed in Hertz (Hz).…”
Section: Spectroscopic and Spectrometric Analysesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Figure 5 summarizes all correlations determined by ROESY (red double-headed arrows), HMBC (black singleheaded arrows) and COSY (black lines). Chemical shifts for 1 H and 13 C expressed in ppm and with reference to residual signal of Py-d5, as well as the coupling constants (J) for proton expressed in Hertz (Hz).…”
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“…Species from the Bacillus subtilis complex have received special attention as they dedicate almost 4–5 % of their genome to antimicrobial compounds biosynthesis, [38] such as polyketides, terpenes, siderophores, and ribosomally and non‐ribosomally synthesized peptides [39] . Nevertheless, CLPs are considered as one of the most relevant antimicrobial compound groups due to their strong antifungal activity [40,41] and represent a promising biocontrol alternative of phytopathogenic fungi of agricultural importance [16,41] …”
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confidence: 99%