DOI: https://doi.org/10.18524/2307-4663.2012.2(18).92905

ВПЛИВ БАКТЕРIОЦИНУ ENTEROCOCCUS DURANS НА ЗБУДНИКА БАКТЕРIАЛЬНОГО ВIЛТУ

N. Limanska, T. Ivanytsia, Y. Choiset, N. Korotaeva, Zh. Sergeeva, J.-M. Chobert, V. Ivanytsia, T. Haertlé

Анотація


Досліджено вплив бактеріоцину Enterococcus durans A5-11 на ріст бактерій Ralstonia solanacearum та здатність їх викликати вілт у томатів. Нанесення бактеріоцину на газони штамів Ralstonia solanacearum показало, що 33% тестованих штамів фітопатогенів були чутливими до інгібуючої дії бактеріоцину. Мінімальні інгібуючі концентрації бактері- оцина та розміри зон лізису або інгібування росту бактерій варіювали залежно від штаму. Такі ж відмінності були виявлені щодо впливу бак- теріоцину на бактерії штамів Ralstonia solanacearum у рідкому серед- овищі. Обробка коренів рослин томатів Lycopersicon esculentum Mill бактеріоцином E. durans A5-11 одночасно із зараженням бактеріями R. solanacearum 6189 призвела до зменшення кількості рослин томатів із симптомами вілту.

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бактеріоцин; Enterococcus durans; вілт томатів; Ralstonia solanacearum.

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