PrevostCoutureShipleyEtAl2006

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Prevost, K., Couture, G., Shipley, B., Brzezinski, R., Beaulieu, C. (2006) Effect of chitosan and a biocontrol streptomycete on field and potato tuber bacterial communities. BioControl, 51(4):533-546.

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Four treatments applied on potato seed tubers i.e. talc only, chitosan only, Streptomyces melanosporofaciens strain EF-76 in talc and S. melanosporofaciens strain EF-76 in chitosan were compared for their efficiency to reduce common scab incidence. As previously reported the joint application of the geldanamycin-producing S. melanosporofaciens strain EF-76 and chitosan was effective to control common scab of potato. Nevertheless, field application of S. melanosporofaciens EF-76 did not allow the selection of geldanamycin- resistant actinomycetes (GRA) in the bulk soil during the potato growing season. The number of GRA on harvested potato tubers was, however, significantly higher in treatments that contained chitosan than in other treatments suggesting that chitosan might promote the establishment of the antagonistic actinomycete on progeny tubers. Biolog EcoPlates were used to determine the metabolic profiles of the bacterial soil communities. A permutation MANOVA analysis detected significant differences within the metabolic profiles of the bacterial communities at the potato flowering period but not at the beginning of the season or a week before harvest. A combination of S. melanosporofaciens EF-76 and chitosan thus represents a promising tool against common scab, with low short-term impact on soil bacterial communities. © IOBC 2006.

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    AUTHOR = { Prevost, K. and Couture, G. and Shipley, B. and Brzezinski, R. and Beaulieu, C. },
    TITLE = { Effect of chitosan and a biocontrol streptomycete on field and potato tuber bacterial communities },
    JOURNAL = { BioControl },
    YEAR = { 2006 },
    VOLUME = { 51 },
    PAGES = { 533-546 },
    NUMBER = { 4 },
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    ABSTRACT = { Four treatments applied on potato seed tubers i.e. talc only, chitosan only, Streptomyces melanosporofaciens strain EF-76 in talc and S. melanosporofaciens strain EF-76 in chitosan were compared for their efficiency to reduce common scab incidence. As previously reported the joint application of the geldanamycin-producing S. melanosporofaciens strain EF-76 and chitosan was effective to control common scab of potato. Nevertheless, field application of S. melanosporofaciens EF-76 did not allow the selection of geldanamycin- resistant actinomycetes (GRA) in the bulk soil during the potato growing season. The number of GRA on harvested potato tubers was, however, significantly higher in treatments that contained chitosan than in other treatments suggesting that chitosan might promote the establishment of the antagonistic actinomycete on progeny tubers. Biolog EcoPlates were used to determine the metabolic profiles of the bacterial soil communities. A permutation MANOVA analysis detected significant differences within the metabolic profiles of the bacterial communities at the potato flowering period but not at the beginning of the season or a week before harvest. A combination of S. melanosporofaciens EF-76 and chitosan thus represents a promising tool against common scab, with low short-term impact on soil bacterial communities. © IOBC 2006. },
    KEYWORDS = { Biocontrol Biolog Chitosan Geldanamycin },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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