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Anti-fungal and bio-control properties of chitinolytic bacteria against safflower Fusarium root rot
J. Crop Prot
A total of 78 rhizobacterial strains were isolated from 48 rhizospheric soil and root samples, collected from safflower Carthamus tinctorius L. fields located in different regions of Iran. The chitinolytic activity was measured in the presence of colloidal chitin as the sole carbon source. Eleven isolates were identified as chitinolytic bacteria, based on the formation of a clearly visible zone on the growth media. Four isolates including EM9, ES41, ES7 and ER13 exhibited the highest chitinfatcat:gczz7rspbbeyna4hpqeqsz3f3y