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Paddy rhizosphere bacterium inhibiting rice plant pathogens


, : Paddy rhizosphere bacterium inhibiting rice plant pathogens. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 4(1): 65-69

An antagonistic bacterium isolated from the rice rhizospheres produced an extracellular, yellow-green fluorescent pigment and showed a large inhibition zone against Xanthomonas campestris pv. oryzae in tests on an iron-free synthetic medium. The bacterium, labelled RR-8, also inhibited the rice pathogens Acrocylindrium oryzae and Rhizoctonia solani, and a Curvularia sp. isolated from rice field soil.


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