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Articles by J. Abdollahzadeh
Total Records ( 2 ) for J. Abdollahzadeh
  J. Abdollahzadeh , M.R. Asef and T. Mirmahmoodi
  Pleurotus eryngii species-complex are known to be well distributed in Kurdistan region of Iran. During a survey in 2003-2005 fourteen wild populations of the Pleurotus eryngii species-complex were collected from Sanandaj, Hane Gelan and Saral areas. Echomorphological studies and pairing tests showed that all isolates were belong to P. eryngii and located into two groups associated with three Umbelliferous host plants including isolates associated with Prangos and Pimpinella with smaller spores and Ferula haussknechtii with larger spores. In this study we introduce Ferula haussknechtii as a new host species of P. eryngii in the world.
  J. Abdollahzadeh , E. Mohammadi Goltapeh and H. Rouhani
  Based on in vitro results, three isolates: T. harzianum (J1), T. harzianum (J6) and T. virens were selected for greenhouse studies. Biocontrol efficacy of these isolates as well as the combination of T. harzianum (J1) and T. virens on crown and root rot of sunflower were studied in series of experiments using three methods; incorporation of conidial suspension into the soil (107 conidia g-1 soil), incorporation of conidial suspension mixed with compost (107 conidia g-1 compost) into the soil and impregnating of sunflower seeds with conidial suspension (107 conidia mL-1). Experimental data were analyzed with Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) and means compared by Duncan`s multiple range test. Greenhouse experiments (in vivo) showed that, the combination of T. harzianum (J1) and T. virens using incorporation of conidial suspension mixed with compost into the soil had the most efficiency on biocontrol of S. minor and reduced disease incidence up to 50%.
 
 
 
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