Antonio Trapero Casas por brindarme la oportunidad de participar en su equipo de trabajo y orientarme en el desarrollo del trabajo. Al Director del programa de doctorado Dr.
En la actualidad, el control de C. Las dificultades en su manejo y control, incrementan la necesidad de buscar alternativas eficientes y sostenibles para su manejo en este cultivo. Los inocuos a tales efectos, al amparo de agentes causales son los oomicetos los P. Muestra de ello es la primera especie con un Moneris reproduccion asexual de las plantas Doce cepas pertenecientes a 2.
Del mismo del modo, estas fracciones dializadas crecimiento micelial de los aislados de Phytophthora con M. Estos de las 2. HPLC adultos fueron de tratamiento evaluados C. De la misma manera la C. Verticillium wilt of olive. Fungal entomopathogens in the rhizosphere. Annual Review Entomology Present status and prospects.
Rapid method to estimate the presence of secondary metabolites in microbial extracts. Applied "Moneris reproduccion asexual de las plantas" Environmental Microbiology. Verticillium wilt, a major threat to olive production: Current status and future prospects for its management. Verticillium wilt of olive: Purification and characterization of proteins secreted by the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae with insecticidal activity against adults of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata Diptera: Insect-toxic secreted proteins and virulence of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana.
Endophytic fungal entomopathogens with activity against plant pathogens: Bassiacridin, a protein toxic for locusts secreted by the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana. Factors affecting the occurrence and distribution of entomopathogenic fungi in natural and cultivated soils. Laboratory Evaluation of Entomopathogenic Fungi Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae against puparia and adults of Ceratitis capitata Diptera: Identity and pathogenicity of two Phytophthora taxa associated with a new root disease of olive trees.
Occurrence and etiology of death of Young olive trees in southern Spain. European Journal of Plant Pathology First report of Phytophtora megasperma and Pythium irregulare as olive tree root pathogens. Chemistry and biology of cyclic depsipeptides of medicinal and biological interest.
The effect of early harvest on infestation rate of Bactrocera oleae Gmelin Diptera: Tephritidae as well as yield, acidity and fatty acid composition of olive oil. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. New insights on their ecology.
Biological Control 46, 72— Toxic metabolites of fungal biocontrol Moneris reproduccion asexual de las plantas. Fungi as biocontrol agents progress, problems and potential.
Biocontrol of Bactrocera Oleae Diptera: Tephritidae with Metarhizium brunneum and its extracts. Journal of Economic Entomology. Tephritidae and their effect on soil-borne pathogens of olive. The current Doctoral Thesis explores if the entomopathogenic fungi EF applied in the soil for the control of preimaginal tephritids stages could impact on other soil-borne microorganism communities, such as fungal plant pathogens. The EF can be antagonist of olive pathogens.
Besides, the work examines the possible dual biocontrol of both olive pests and diseases with EF, which would be a new strategy for the integrated management control of pest and disease in the olive orchard. The olive Olea europaea L. Oleaceae is an important crop in many countries and has acquired a large socio-economic importance within the Mediterranean region. The olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae Gmelin and the olive pathogens Verticillium dahliae, Phytophthora megasperma and Phytophthora inundata are major worldwide limiting factors for olive tree production, they are causing the Verticillium wilt and root rot diseases, respectively.
Although EF Metarhizium spp. Therefore, the goal of the present work is to explore the potential antagonistic activity of several of the EF Beauveria spp.
In the dual plate culture assays, T. Meanwhile, the mycelial growth inhibition rates of M. Such a mechanism is also supported by the inhibitory activity of the crude extracts of these two M. These results indicate that EF have the potential for dual biocontrol of olive soil pests and diseases.