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antibiosis

[¦an·tē‚bī¦ō·səs]
(ecology)
Antagonistic association between two organisms in which one is adversely affected.
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antixenosis, antibiosis and tolerance) were determined for the seven selected wheat cultivars (PirSabaq-2004, Atta-Habib, Saleem-2000, Serin-2010, Khyber-87, Sarhad-82 and Khushal-69) using the modified method of Flinn et al.
The antibiosis resistance observed for M 7110 IPRO is due to the presence of these polypeptide toxins, which are transformed to active endotoxins in the gut of insects following ingestion (Waquil et al.
incluyen competencia por espacio y nutrientes, antibiosis e induccion de resistencia.
Por esta razon, podriamos sugerir que en la comparacion observada por este grupo de aislamientos contra la cepa T22, ejercen su efecto inhibitorio en forma de antibiosis, es decir, la accion directa de metabolitos toxicos y fungistaticos, producidos por los aislamientos nativos sobre esta cepa (Eziashi et al.
Coptis chinensis is a good source of berberine, which is one of the most active polyphenols in herb extracts, exhibits various antioxidant and antibiosis properties (Salah et al.
genotype, TVx3236 to the beanflower thrips Megalurothrips sjostedti (Trybom) (Thysanoptera:Thripidae) non preference and antibiosis.
roreri, lo cual sugiere promocion de antibiosis con posibilidades de ser aprovechada para el control de moniliasis en cacao (Figura 6).
The second mechanism involves production of antibiotic compounds by beneficial microorganisms that are effective in controlling various plant pathogens, a process known as antibiosis [24], the third mechanism involves Parasitism and predation of soil inhabiting pathogens by compost inhabiting beneficial microorganisms [37] and the fourth mechanism of biocontrol involves the induction of systemic resistance in plants by microorganisms present in composts or soils [38].
Antibiosis, mycoparasitism and food competition are the main mechanisms in biological control (Ghildyal and Pandey, 2008; Umamaheswari et al.
Protection of cucumber against Pythium root rot by fluorescent pseudomonads: predominant role of induced resistance over siderophores and antibiosis.
Painter (1951) identified three mechanisms of plant resistance to insects: antibiosis, tolerance and non-preference.