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Biological control of Botrytis spp. by Ulocladium atrum: an ecological analysis



Biological control of Botrytis spp. by Ulocladium atrum: an ecological analysis



Biological control of Botrytis spp by Ulocladium atrum: an ecological analysis: 155 pp.



The fungal saprophytic antagonist U. atrum is an effective biological control agent of B. cinerea in cyclamen. The biocontrol effect of U. atrum is based on a competitive interaction with B. cinerea in plant tissue. An immuno-histological technique was developed to visualize the interaction between the mycelia of Botrytis spp. and U. atrum in plant tissue and quantify colonization levels.

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