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Articles by Monther Mohumad Tahat
Total Records ( 3 ) for Monther Mohumad Tahat
  Monther Mohumad Tahat and Kamaruzaman Sijam
  Ralstonia solanacearum (race 3 biovar 2) is a bacterial wilt causal agent of many plant species. Infects (potatoes Solanum tuberosum, eggplant Solanum melongena, peppers Capsicum annuum, tomatoes Lycopersicon esculentum, geraniums, Geranium carolinianum, ginger Zingiber officinale and a few weed species including bittersweet Celastrus orbiculatus, nightshade Solanum karsense and stinging nettle Urtica dioica. Ralstonia solanacearum can be infectious in the soil for years in the presence of a host. Race 3 biovar 2 is most commonly transmitted by contaminated soil, equipment, water and insect, or by transplantation of infected seeds or seedlings. Management requires use of resistance cultivars, clean and certified seed, good cultural practices, some chemicals fumigation, antagonistic microbes as a biological control like (Mycorrhizal fungi, Streptomyces sp. and Tricoderma sp.) transgenic resistant plant, cropping systems, soil amendments, integrated control, genetically engineered antagonistic and virulent mutants of R. solanacearum.
  Monther Mohumad Tahat , Kamaruzaman Sijam and Radziah Othman
  The life cycle of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) is initiated by spore germination. The interaction between Glomus mosseae and Ralstonia solanacearum was achieved by following the bio-compartmental in vitro system. The system was modified to be useful for different microbes with different types of medium. Mycorrhizal fungi spores were germinated using water agar, nutrient agar and soil media, while casamino acid-peptone-glucose (CPG) media was used for R. solanacearum.all medium. All medium were mixed with different volumes of tomato and corn root exudates. The hyphal length of G. mosseae greatly affected by the exudates particularly, mycorrhizal tomato root exudates (MTRE) and mycorrhizal corn root exudates (MCRE). The growth of R. solanacearum was suppressed due to G. mosseae spores germination which can produce different volatile and non volatiles substances. The aim of this experiment was to investigate the influence of root exudates volatiles on R. solanacearum and the hyphal of G. mosseae growth under laboratory conditions using a new modified technique.
  Monther Mohumad Tahat and Kamaruzaman Sijam
  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are associated with the roots of over 80% terrestrial plant species. Mycorrhizal fungi are critical and important microbes for plant growth and survival. It is generally accepted that environmental conditions that favor host plant growth tend to maximize mycorrhizal infection and sporulation. Mycorrhizal colonization is known to induce many morphological, physiological and biochemical changes in host plants. Environmental factors and soil conditions influence the occurrence of mycorrhizal associations in ecosystems but it is hard to examine the direct impacts of these factors on mycorrhizal fungi because they rarely occur in nature without a host and members of the glomales cannot be grown axenically. Among the biofertilizers mycorrhizal fungi form the most significant group of soil microorganisms. This review addresses the main abiotic conditions which interacted with mycorrhizal fungi were discussed which included (soil temperature, soil acidity, crop rotation, fertilizer and organic matter, drought stress and soil moisture, pesticides, heavy metals and salt stress).
 
 
 
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