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Characterization and variation of bacterial and fungal communities from the sapwood of Apulian olive varieties with different susceptibility to Xylella fastidiosa
Endophytes are symptomless fungal and/or bacterial microorganisms found in almost all living plant species. The symbiotic association with their host plants by colonizing the internal tissues has endowed them as a valuable tool to suppress diseases, to stimulate growth, and to promote stress resistance. In this context, the identification of cultivable endophytes residing the sapwood of Apulian olives might be a promising control strategy for xylem colonizing pathogens as Xylella fatidiosa . Todoi:10.1101/2020.10.23.351890 fatcat:jrciyrrf75aoxdmtqcthvenbjy