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In this study, the biological activity of selected Greek medicinal and aromatic plants on the phytopathogenic fungus Alternaria alternata was investigated. Biological activity was screened on crude aqueous extracts and their aqueous phase (ap-pt) after further extraction with petroleum ether. All the Lamiaceae species examined were found to enhance significantly the mycelium growth. Melissa officinalis extracts caused the highest stimulation in mycelium growth, (+109.1%) the ap-pt, and (+51.6%)doi:10.9755/ejfa.2016-06-618 fatcat:gfkindcoxngszoa7ntrannmhgq