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Interaction between tomato and Pythium oligandrum: rhizosphere colonization, molecular characterization and induction of defence-related reactions



Interaction between tomato and Pythium oligandrum: rhizosphere colonization, molecular characterization and induction of defence-related reactions



Bulletin OILB/SROP 21(9): 97-101



Pythium oligandrum has received much attention in terms of physiology, ecology, mode of parasitism and potential for the biocontrol of plant pathogens. A recent biological molecular investigation using amplified PCR products and PCR-RFLP patterns enabled easy differentiation of Pythium oligandrum from other Pythium species. Pythium oligandrum is also a strong colonizer of the rhizosphere in hydroponic systems when microflora is nearly absent.

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