Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Sciences

ISSN Print: 2156-8553
ISSN Online: 2156-8561
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"Accumulation of the betaine and ectoine in osmotic stress adaptation of biocontrol agents against Fusarium verticillioides in maize"
written by Melina Sartori, Andrea Nesci, Naresh Magan, Miriam Etcheverry,
published by Agricultural Sciences, Vol.3 No.1, 2012
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[3] A reliable method for spectrophotometric determination of glycine betaine in cell suspension and other systems
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[4] Induction of Osmotolerance by Staphylococcus sciuri HP3 in Lens esculenta Var. Masoor 93 under NaCl Stress
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[5] Physiological Responses of Two Moss Species to the Combined Stress of Water Deficit and Elevated Nitrogen Deposition. I. Secondary Metabolism
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[6] Biological control as a strategy to reduce the impact of mycotoxins in peanuts, grapes and cereals in Argentina
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[7] Analía Montemarani, Andrea Nesci &
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[8] Production of Kluyveromyces spp. and environmental tolerance induction against Aspergillus flavus
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[9] Biological control of fumonisins production in maize at field level
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[10] Pretreatment of the yeast antagonist,< i> Candida oleophila, with glycine betaine increases oxidative stress tolerance in the microenvironment of apple wounds
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[11] Pretreatment of the yeast antagonist, Candida oleophila, with glycine betaine increases oxidative stress tolerance in the microenvironment of apple wounds
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