Effect of root exudates on germination of conidia & microsclerotia of Verticillium albo-atrum inhibited by the soil fungistatic principle

Schreiber, L.R.; Green, R.J.J.

Phytopathology 53: 260-264

1963


ISSN/ISBN: 0031-949X
Accession: 014025550

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Abstract
The fungistatic effect of soil inhibiting the germination of conidia & microsclerotia of the fungus was overcome by root exudates, more so by those from a host plant (tomato) than from a non-host (wheat). There was evidence that amino acids or other nitrogenous compounds contained in the alkaline fraction of the exudates exerted a stimulating action.