Antagonistic and detoxification potentials of Trichoderma isolates for control of zearalenone (ZEN) producing Fusarium graminearum

Gary J. Samuels, D. A. Metcalf, C. R. Wilson, C. R. Howell, Yariv Brotman, Eden Briff, Ada Viterbo, Ilan Chet, A. El-Hasan, F. Walker, H. Buchenauer, A. Alvarez-Ordóñez, D. J M Mouwen, M. López, M. Prieto, Severin Nguemezi Tchameni, Modeste Lambert Sameza, Anthonia O’donovan, Raymond Fokom, Eddy Léonard Mangaptche NgonkeuLouise Wakam Nana, F. Etoa, D. Nwaga, Abdelmoumen Taoutaou, Carmen Socaciu, Doru Pamfil, Florinela Fetea, Erika Balazs, Constantin Botez, Prasun K. Mukherjee, Benjamin A Horwitz, Alfredo Herrera-estrella, Monika Schmoll, Charles M Kenerley, Ye Tian, Yanglan Tan, Na Liu, Zheng Yan, Yucai Liao, Jie Chen, Sarah De Saeger, Hua Yang, Qiaoyan Zhang, Aibo Wu, Feng Cai, Guanghui Yu, Ping Wang, Zhong Wei, Lin Fu, Qirong Shen, Wei Chen, A. Pomerantz, Y. Cohen, E. Shufan, Y. Ben-Naim, S. Mordechai, A. Salman, M. Huleihel, Anna O. Conrad, Luis E. Rodriguez-Saona, Brice A. McPherson, David L. Wood, Pierluigi Bonello, Mahmoud H. El-Komy, Amgad A. Saleh, Anas Eranthodi, Younes Y. Molan, N. Okon Levy, Y. Meller Harel, Z. M. Haile, Y. Elad, E. Rav-David, E. Jurkevitch, J. Katan, Pedro A. Casquero, Rosa Hermosa, Santiago Gutiérrez, M. Piedad Campelo, Alicia Lorenzana, Monica G. Malmierca, Sara Mayo, Chengwei Chong Wei Li, Rui Qing Song, Li Bin Yang, Xun Deng, Sahil Mahfooz, Satyendra P. Singh, Ramraje Rakh, Arpita Bhattacharya, Nishtha Mishra, Poonam C. Singh, Puneet S. Chauhan, Chandra S. Nautiyal, Aradhana Mishra, Shuwu Zhang, Yantai Gan, Bingliang Xu, Fan Fuli Fengge Zhang, Honglian Ge, Fan Fuli Fengge Zhang, Ning Guo, Yucheng Wang, Long Chen, Xiue Ji, Chengwei Chong Wei Li, Alessandro Buchicchio, Giuliana Bianco, Adriano Sofo, Salvatore Masi, Donatella Caniani, Rachid Lahlali, Saroj Kumar, Lipu Wang, Li Forseille, Nicole Sylvain, Malgorzata Korbas, David Muir, George Swerhone, John R. Lawrence, Pierre R. Fobert, Gary Peng, Chithra Karunakaran, A. Akbarimajd, M. Selseleh Jonban, M. Nooshyar, M. Davari, C. Mutawila, Francesco Vinale, F. Halleen, Matteo Lorito, L. Mostert, Birinchi K. Sarma, Ravindra N. Kharwar, Mushtaq Ahmed, Ram S. Upadhyay, Harikesh B. Singh, Jai S. Patel, Susanne Zeilinger, Sabine Gruber, Ravindra Bansal, Prasun K. Mukherjee, Stella Lovelli, Maria Valerio, Cristina Nali, Elisa Pellegrini, Maria Nuzzaci, Adriano Sofo, Antonio Scopa, Antonella Vitti, Yashbir S. Shivay, Kunal Ranjan, Amrita Kanchan, Balasubramanian Ramakrishnan, Dilip Monga, Sandhya Kranthi, Siddarthan Venkatachalam, Radha Prasanna, Priyanka Solanki, Kandasamy Saravanakumar, Chuanjin Yu, Kai Dou, Meng Wang, Yaqian Li, Jie Chen, Ye Tian, Yanglan Tan, Na Liu, Yucai Liao, Changpo Sun, Shuangxia Wang, Aibo Wu, Jéssica Morais José Aldo Teixeira da Silva, Erika Valente de Medeiros, Jéssica Morais José Aldo Teixeira da Silva, Dyana de A. Tenório, Keila Aparecida Moreira, Talita Camila Evaristo da Silva Nascimento, Cristina Souza-Motta, Holly J. Butler, Steven Adams, Martin R. McAinsh, Francis L. Martin, Juliana Kath, Cláudia R. Claudia Regina Dias-Arieira, Júlio César Antunes Ferreira, Juliana Aparecida Homiak, Camila Rocco da Silva, Carine Rezende Cardoso, E. Fernández, M. I. Trillas, G. Segarra, Hajime Akamatsu, Naoki Yamanaka, Rafael Moreira Soares, Antonio Juan Gerardo Ivancovich, Miguel Angel Lavilla, Alicia Noelia Bogado, Gabriela Morel, Ruth Scholz, Yuichi Yamaoka, Masayasu KATO, Peibao Zhao, Aizhi Ren, Ping Dong, Yinsheng Sheng, Xue Chang, Xiusheng Zhang, Angélica Miamoto, Monique Thiara Rodrigues e. Silva, Cláudia R. Claudia Regina Dias-Arieira, Heriksen Higashi Puerari, Masayasu KATO, Amira Garnica-Vergara, José López-Bucio, Saraí Esparza-Reynoso, Alfredo Herrera-estrella, Ramón Pelagio-Flores, Ye Tian, Yanglan Tan, Zheng Yan, Yucai Liao, Jie Chen, Marthe De Boevre, Sarah De Saeger, Aibo Wu, I. Carrero-Carrón, M. B. Rubio, J. Niño-Sánchez, J. A. Navas-Cortés, R. M. Jiménez-Díaz, Enrique Monte, Rosa Hermosa, M. Huleihel, E. Shufan, L. Tsror, U. Sharaha, I. Lapidot, S. Mordechai, A. Salman, Sanjay Mahato, Susmita Bhuju, Jiban Shrestha, Zhiheng Qiu, Xiangli Wu, Jinxia Zhang, Chenyang Huang, G. Fatouros, D. Gkizi, G. A. Fragkogeorgi, E. J. Paplomatas, S. E. Tjamos, L. Shah, A. Ali, M. Yahya, Y. Zhu, Shuangxia Wang, H. Si, H. Rahman, C. Ma, Nadia Lombardi, Stefania Vitale, David Turrà, Massimo Reverberi, Corrado Fanelli, Francesco Vinale, Roberta Marra, Michelina Ruocco, Alberto Pascale, Giada D’Errico, Sheridan L. Woo, Matteo Lorito, Rosa Hermosa, M. Belén Rubio, Rosa E. Cardoza, Carlos Nicolás, Enrique Monte, Santiago Gutiérrez, Fan Fuli Fengge Zhang, Yunqian Huo, Adam B Cobb, Gongwen Luo, Jiqiong Zhou, Gaowen Yang, Gail W T Wilson, Yingjun Zhang, Armando De Rosa, Mauro Napolitano, Youssef Rouphael, Sheridan L. Woo, Laura Gioia, Nunzio Fiorentino, Nadia Lombardi, Valeria Ventorino, Ida Romano, Olimpia Pepe, Giuseppe Colla, Cláudia R. Claudia Regina Dias-Arieira, Fernando Godinho de Araújo, Lécio Kaneko, Débora Cristina Santiago, Guillermo Nogueira-Lopez, Christopher Winefield, Johanna M. Steyaert, Carla Eaton, Martin Middleditch, David R. Greenwood, Artemio Mendoza-Mendoza, Gopal S. Singh, Bansh N. Singh, Birinchi K. Sarma, Harikesh B. Singh, Padmanabh Dwivedi, G. Innocenti, M. Montanari, H. Righini, R. Roberti

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Abstract

Over the last two decades coast live oak (CLO) dominance in many California coastal ecosystems has been threatened by the alien invasive pathogen Phytophthora ramorum, the causal agent of sudden oak death. In spite of high infection and mortality rates in some areas, the presence of apparently resistant trees has been observed, including trees that become infected but recover over time. However, identifying resistant trees based on recovery alone can take many years. The objective of this study was to determine if Fourier-transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy, a chemical fingerprinting technique, can be used to identify CLO resistant to P. ramorum prior to infection. Soft independent modeling of class analogy identified spectral regions that differed between resistant and susceptible trees. Regions most useful for discrimination were associated with carbonyl group vibrations. Additionally, concentrations of two putative phenolic biomarkers of resistance were predicted using partial least squares regression; >99% of the variation was explained by this analysis. This study demonstrates that chemical fingerprinting can be used to identify resistance in a natural population of forest trees prior to infection with a pathogen. FT-IR spectroscopy may be a useful approach for managing forests impacted by sudden oak death, as well as in other situations where emerging or existing forest pests and diseases are of concern.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFrontiers in Plant Science
PublisherElsevier B.V.
Pages1-11
ISBN (Print)0021-3551
StatePublished - 2016

Publication series

NameFrontiers in Plant Science
Volume9

Keywords

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  • Erysiphe pisi
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