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    Bacteria-fungal Confrontation and Fungal Growth Prevention Assay
    [Abstract] There are some bacteria which can grow and multiply at the cost of living fungal biomass. They can potentially utilize fungi as a source of nutrients to forage over them. Such phenomenon is known as bacterial mycophagy, however, its mechanistic insights need to be explored to identify the molecules involved in mycophagy for potential utilization ...
    Infection of Soybean Plants with the Insect Bacterial Symbiont Burkholderia gladioli and Evaluation of Plant Fitness
    Authors:  Paul Gaube, Martin Kaltenpoth and Laura V. Flórez, date: 12/20/2017, view: 2661, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] To investigate the establishment and consequences of host-microbe interactions, it is important to develop controlled infection assays suitable for each system, as well as appropriate methods to evaluate successful infection and its associated effects. Here, we describe a procedure for bacterial inoculation of soybean plants, followed by the ...



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