The study elucidate the important role of plant-microorganism associations in the survival of allelopathic attacks.

Schulz, M., Kia, S. H., Sicker, D., Paetz, C., Schneider, B., Mondani, L., Ganimede, C., Tabaglio, V., Marocco, A., Abutilon theophrasti's root associated microorganisms support hydroxylation-dependent benzoxalinone detoxification and degradation, Abstract de <<7th World Congress on Allelopathy>>, (Vigo, 28-July 01-August 2014 ), Universida de Vigo, Vigo 2014: 104-104 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/61744]

Abutilon theophrasti's root associated microorganisms support hydroxylation-dependent benzoxalinone detoxification and degradation

Schulz, Margot;Tabaglio, Vincenzo;Marocco, Adriano
2014

Abstract

The study elucidate the important role of plant-microorganism associations in the survival of allelopathic attacks.
Inglese
7Th World Congress on Allelopathy - Complex Interactions in a Changing Climate
7th World Congress on Allelopathy
Vigo
28-lug-2014
1-ago-2014
978-84-8158-647-3
Schulz, M., Kia, S. H., Sicker, D., Paetz, C., Schneider, B., Mondani, L., Ganimede, C., Tabaglio, V., Marocco, A., Abutilon theophrasti's root associated microorganisms support hydroxylation-dependent benzoxalinone detoxification and degradation, Abstract de <<7th World Congress on Allelopathy>>, (Vigo, 28-July 01-August 2014 ), Universida de Vigo, Vigo 2014: 104-104 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/61744]
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