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by N. J. Fokkema,J. van den Heuvel
Author: N. J. Fokkema,J. van den Heuvel
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Sunfading to Spine edition (January 30, 1987)
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Microbiology of the Phyllosphere . Fokkema and J. Van den Huevel, Eds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1986 - 392 pages.
Microbiology of the Phyllosphere . Papers presented at the 4th Inter-national Symposium on the Microbiology of the Phyllospherc, held on September 2-6, 1985, at Wageningen, The NetherlandsGoogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.
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Journal of Applied & Environmental Microbiology. Cite this paper: Rayda Siala, Ines Ben Chobba, Tatiana Vallaeys, Mohamed Ali Triki, Mouna Jrad, Manel Cheffi, Imen Ayedi, Amine Elleuch, Ahmad Nemsi, Frederique Cerqueira, Radhouane Gdoura, Noureddine Drira, Néji Gharsallah. Analysis of the Cultivable Endophytic Bacterial Diversity in the Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera . and Evaluation of Its Antagonistic Potential against Pathogenic Fusarium Species that Cause Date Palm Bayound Disease.
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The phyllosphere is a term used in microbiology to refer to the total above-ground portions of plants as habitat for microorganisms. The phyllosphere can be further subdivided into the caulosphere (stems), phylloplane (leaves), anthosphere (flowers), and carposphere (fruits). The below-ground microbial habitats (. the thin-volume of soil surrounding root or subterranean stem surfaces) are referred to as the rhizosphere and laimosphere.
Taxonomy of endophytic fungi of aerial plant tissues, in Microbiology of the Phyllosphere, eds N. van den Heuvel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 175–187. Podolich, . Ardanov, . Zaets, . Pirttilä, A. and Kozyrovska, N. (2015). Reviving of the endophytic bacterial community as a putative mechanism of plant resistance.
The effect of pollen in the phyllosphere of Rye on colonization by saprophytic fungi and on infection by Helminthosporium sativum and other leaf pathogens. pl. Path, 77: Suppl
A leaf-rolling weevil benefits from general saprophytic fungi in polysaccharide degradation. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6(3): 417-424, 2012. The effect of pollen in the phyllosphere of Rye on colonization by saprophytic fungi and on infection by Helminthosporium sativum and other leaf pathogens. Path, 77: Suppl.
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In: Microbiology of the Phyllosphere. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 75–187. 33 Devi P, Rodrigues C, Naik CG, D'Souza L (2012) Isolation and Characterization of Antibacterial Compound from a MangroveEndophytic Fungus, Penicillium chrysogenum MTCC 5108. Indian J Microbiol 52: 617-623. 34 Katoch M, Singh G, Sharma S, Gupta N, Sangwan PL, et al.