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Pseudomonas donghuensis P482 is a tomato rhizosphere isolate with the ability to inhibit growth of bacterial and fungal plant pathogens. Herein, we analysed the impact of the carbon source on the antibacterial activity of P482 and expression of the selected genes of three genomic regions in the P482 genome. These regions are involved in the synthesis of pyoverdine, 7‑hydroxytropolone (7-HT) and an unknown compound ("cluster 17") and are responsible for antimicrobial activity of P482. We showeddoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-294263/v1 fatcat:vff7jpopbvaepe5stxcgyqjhkq