ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIAL DIVERSITY ASSOCIATED WITH GRAPEVINE PLANTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS (Abstract in rivista)

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  • ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIAL DIVERSITY ASSOCIATED WITH GRAPEVINE PLANTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS (Abstract in rivista) (literal)
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  • 2011-01-01T00:00:00+01:00 (literal)
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  • BULGARI D., CASATI P., QUAGLINO F., BIANCO P.A. & FAORO F. (2011)
    ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIAL DIVERSITY ASSOCIATED WITH GRAPEVINE PLANTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS
    in XVII Convegno Nazionale SIPaV, Bologna, 2011
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  • BULGARI D., CASATI P., QUAGLINO F., BIANCO P.A. & FAORO F. (literal)
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  • XVII Convegno Nazionale SIPaV (literal)
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  • Journal of Plant Pathology (2011), 93 (4, Supplement), S4.25-S4.62 (literal)
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  • Endophytic bacteria can be defined as those colonizing the interior of plants without inducing disease. Though their relationship with the host is not well understood, they may reduce disease severity by activating systemic resistance, antibiosis, competition of nutrients and niches. Due to these abilities, bacterial endophytes are candidates for biological control of plant diseases. To identify potential biocontrol agents of pytoplasmas, endophytic bacterial communities associated with healthy, phytoplasma-diseased and recovered grapevine were characterized by cultivation-dependent and independent methods. Endophytes were isolated directly from grapevine leaf metagenome by an optimized DNA extraction methods. Sequencing of 16S rRNA gene libraries highlighted the presence of five operational taxonomic units (OTUs) showing best sequence matches with g-Proteobacteria, family Enterobacteriaceae, with a dominance of the genus Pantoea. Some of these bacteria, particularly Pantoea agglomerans are already known as biocontrol agents of several plant diseases. P. agglomerans was also localized in grapevine leaf tissues by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and immunomicroscopy. In detail, this bacterium was detected in the phloem, xylem and parenchyma of grapevine leaf veins, where it could play a role in modulating phytoplasma infection and recovery. (literal)
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  • ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIAL DIVERSITY ASSOCIATED WITH GRAPEVINE PLANTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS (literal)
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