Editorial: Control of Plant Pathogens by Biogenic Elicitors and Possible Mechanisms of Action

Dzhavakhiya, Vitaly G.; Shcherbakova, Larisa A.; Mauch-Mani, Brigitte
March 2016
Frontiers in Plant Science;3/24/2016, p1
Academic Journal
The article mentions the research on the use of biogenic elicitors in controlling the spread of plant pathogens as well as discuss the mechanisms that make microorganisms a potential biocontrol agent against these pathogens.


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