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are harmless residents of the internal living tissues of plants (Bacon & White, 2000).
Enzymatic differences between the endophyte
Guignardia mangiferae (Botryosphaeriaceae) and the citrus pathogen G.
Seed Inoculation with Bacterial Endophyte
and Growth of Buckwheat Sprout
After 21 days fermented broth of endophyte
was filtered and extracted with ethyl acetate.
research: Going beyond isolation and metabolite documentation.
The new variety, called "novel endophyte
tall fescue," was created by infecting tall fescue with a naturally occurring nontoxic fungus.
De Bary (1866) was the first to define "endophyte
Identifying the effects of endophyte
symbiosis on the functioning of the tall fescue rhizosphere may help us to figure out the underlying mechanisms which are responsible for greater ecological success of E+ compared to Eplants in natural eosystems.
There are three classes of fungi symbiotically associated with plants and widely studied in the literature: mycorrhizae and two classes of endophytes
(Rodriguez et al., 2005).
isolated from plants have ability to reduce the deleterious effects of certain pathogens.
The present study, demonstrated the presence of cultivable endophyte
in various unexplored desert medicinal plant species of Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.