Journal of Pathogens / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Effect of Commercial Cyanobacteria Products on the Growth and Antagonistic Ability of Some Bioagents under Laboratory Conditions

Table 1

Effect of algal compounds on the growth of some antagonistic and pathogenic soil-borne fungi in vitro.

Tested fungiControl Weed-MaxOligo-X
(mm) % (mm) % (mm) % (mm) % (mm) % (mm) % (mm) %

A. solani 90a062c31.153d41.145e50.065c27.755d38.845e50.0
F. solani 90a050d44.447e47.740e55.558d35.551d43.343e52.2
F. oxysporum 90a058d35.545e50.035f61.163c30.055d38.841e54.4
R. solani 90a050d44.444e51.140e55.557d36.655d38.845e50.0
S. rolfsii 90a053d41.146e48.833f63.356d37.753d41.142e53.3
S. sclerotiorum 90a049e45.540e55.535f61.146e48.840e55.535f61.1
S. minor 90a043e52.239f56.632f64.448e46.642e53.333f63.3
T. harzianum 90a090a086a4.478b13.390a085a5.579b12.2
T. viride 90a090a083a7.774b17.790a082a8.878b13.3
T. hamatum 90a090a080a11.172b20.090a081a10.074b17.7

Mean values within columns followed by the same letter are not significantly different ( ).
: linear fungal growth (mm).
: reduction in fungal growth calculated relatively to fungal growth in control (free of algal compounds).

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