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Sreenivasulu Y.,All India Co ordinated Research Project on Tropical Fruits Citrus | Gopal K.,All India Co ordinated Research Project on Tropical Fruits Citrus | Gopi V.,All India Co ordinated Research Project on Tropical Fruits Citrus | Gouri Sankar T.,All India Co ordinated Research Project on Tropical Fruits Citrus | And 2 more authors.
Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection | Year: 2014

Genetic enhancement of TCT4 and TCT10 was aimed in the present paper. Trichoderma reesei (TCT10/M18) mutant isolate evolved by ethyl methane sulfonate mutations was found to exhibit altered properties compared to its parent isolates. This mutant grew well in the potato dextrose agar (PDA) medium containing carbendazim (50 ppm). RAPD-PCR results suggested the uniqueness of mutants, which was useful in differentiating mutant and wild Trichoderma isolates. These mutants established well in the rhizosphere of rough lemon seedlings. The seedlings treated with carbendazim followed by an application of carbendazim-resistant mutant (TCT10/M18) resulted in a better seedling emergence and a less dry root rot disease caused by Fusarium solani in nursery conditions. © 2013 © 2013 Taylor & Francis. Source

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