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Record number 483897
Title Vergelijking van de genoomsequenties en metabolietprofielen van vijf Lysobacter-stammen geïsoleerd uit de bodem
Author(s) Bruijn, I. de; Cheng, Xu; Gomez Exposito, R.; Patel, N.; Postma, J.; Kobayashi, D.; Watrous, J.; Dorrestein, P.; Raaijmakers, J.M.
Source Gewasbescherming 45 (2014)4. - ISSN 0166-6495 - p. 120 - 120.
Department(s) Laboratory of Phytopathology
Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Entomology & Disease Management
Publication type Abstract in scientific journal or proceedings
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) bodempathogenen - bodembiologie - lysobacter - nematoda - vrijlevende nematoden - entstofdichtheid - biologische grondontsmetting - gewasbescherming - soilborne pathogens - soil biology - lysobacter - nematoda - free living nematodes - inoculum density - biological soil sterilization - plant protection
Categories Soilborne Pathogens / Soil Biology
Abstract Samenvattingen van de presentaties gehouden op de bijeenkomst van de KNPV-werkgroep Bodempathogenen en bodemmicrobiologie op 27 maart 2014 te Lelystad: Vergelijking van de genoomsequenties en metabolietprofielen van vijf Lysobacter-stammen geïsoleerd uit de bodem; Nematoden als bioindicatoren; Inoculumdichtheid van bodempathogenen: theorie en praktijk; Ontrafelen van het mechanisme achter biologische grondontsmetting.
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