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IN VITRO ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF FIVE MEDICINAL PLANT SPECIES ON PLANT PATHOGENIC FUNGI

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 635-644 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE -2020343

Abstract: i>Eucalyptus tereticornis, Xanthium sibiricumArtemisia argyiTupistrachinensis and Pyrola calliantha were evaluated against the mycelial growthof the plant pathogenic fungi Aspergillus nigerBotrytis cinerea, Penicillium digitatumAll aqueous extracts had weak or no activity on all fungi tested.preservation of agricultural and forestry products such as fruits and vegetables.

Keywords: Botrytis cinerea / food preservation / plant diseases / plant pathogenic fungi / Tupistra chinensis    

ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF FIVE MEDICINAL PLANT SPECIES ON PLANT PATHOGENIC FUNGI

Shufeng YAO, Jiali XU, Haibo ZHANG, Hong GAO, Shibin SHANG, Dan WANG

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 635-644 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2020343

Abstract: The antifungal effectiveness of extracts of five medicinal plant species was determined.pathogenic fungi , , and .Different extracts from the same plant species gave different degrees of inhibition.All aqueous extracts had weak or no activity on all fungi tested.may have potential as a new natural fungicide and may be used for the preservation of agricultural and

Keywords: Botrytis cinerea     food preservation     plant diseases     plant pathogenic fungi     Tupistra chinensis    

A Novel Light-Responsive Gene BcCfaS Regulates the Photomorphogenesis and Virulence of Botrytis cinerea

Guangjin Li,Zhanquan Zhang,Yong Chen,Tong Chen,Boqiang Li,Shiping Tian,

Engineering doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2023.08.015

Abstract: In fungi, light can be used as an indicator for both time and space to control important physiologicalBotrytis cinerea (B. cinerea) is a devastating phytopathogenic fungus that exploits light cues to optimizea number of previously unknown fungal lipids and many BcCfaS-regulated lipids are identified in B. cinerealight-signaling components, revealing for the first time the metabolic base of photomorphogenesis in fungiintegration node for light and lipid metabolism, thereby providing a regulatory mechanism by which fungi

Keywords: Light     Botrytis cinerea     Cyclopropane fatty-acyl-phospholipid synthase     Lipid metabolism     Photomorphogenesis    

The size distribution of airborne bacteria and human pathogenic bacteria in a commercial composting plant

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-020-1356-4

Abstract:

•Bacterial concentrations from eight stages were 104–105copies/m3.

Keywords: Size distribution     Airborne bacteria     Biological diversity     Human pathogenic bacteria     Composting plants    

Thinking about Future Plant Medicine Engineering

Gao Jinji

Strategic Study of CAE 2003, Volume 5, Issue 12,   Pages 30-35

Abstract: of machine fault diagnosis, prediction and prevention, it is possible to build a new theory of PME (PlantSome common issues, such as the forming of diseases and faults, how to diagnose those diseases and faults, the deep rule concerning the causes and mechanisms of faults and diseases, comparison between curing

Keywords: plant medicine engineering     diseases     faults     prevention and cure    

OPPORTUNITIES AND APPROACHES FOR MANIPULATING SOIL-PLANT MICROBIOMES FOR EFFECTIVE CROP NITROGEN USE

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 333-343 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2022450

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● Matching nitrification inhibitors with soil properties and nitrifiers is vital to achieve a higher NUE.

Keywords: nitrogen     microbiome     NUE     rhizosphere     phyllosphere     soil food web    

SUSTAINABLE PLANT PEST MANAGEMENT THROUGH OPTIMIZATION AND MINIMIZATION

Plant Production and Protection Division (NSP), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1,   Pages 161-166 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021426

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Plant pests and diseases have significant negative impacts on global food security, world trade andOverreliance on pesticides as the primary tool for plant pest management leads to problems such as pesticideEnvironmental and food safety concerns are also associated with overuse of pesticides in crop productioninstruments should be wielded to provide an enabling environment for the transformation to sustainable plant

An introduction to the medicinal plant genome project

Shilin Chen, Li Xiang, Xu Guo, Qiushi Li

Frontiers of Medicine 2011, Volume 5, Issue 2,   Pages 178-184 doi: 10.1007/s11684-011-0131-0

Abstract: In recent years, genomics has developed rapidly with the application of next-generation sequencing technology. However, very few studies have been carried out on genomics for medicinal plants. This paper introduces the genome research of medicinal plants, including genome sequencing, assembly, annotation, and functional genomics, to set up the foundation for the development of natural medicines and the selection of cultivars with good agricultural traits. This study places the study on traditional Chinese medicine into the frontier field of life science.

Keywords: genomics     medicinal plant     sequencing     application    

HEMIPTERAN-TRANSMITTED PLANT VIRUSES: RESEARCH PROGRESS AND CONTROL STRATEGIES

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1,   Pages 98-109 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021389

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About 80% of plant viruses are transmitted by specific insect vectors, especially hemipterans withThis review summarizes the latest research findings on the interactions between plant viruses and insectvectors and analyzes the key factors affecting insect transmission of plant viruses from the perspectivestransmission of animal viruses, potential control strategies to prevent the transmission of insect-vectored plant

Keywords: control strategies / feeding / immunity / insect vector / microorganism / plant virus    

Intelligent diagnosis methods for plant machinery

Huaqing WANG, Peng CHEN, Shuming WANG,

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2010, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 118-124 doi: 10.1007/s11465-009-0084-z

Abstract: several intelligent diagnostic approaches based on artificial neural network and fuzzy algorithm for plantdiagnostic methods have been successfully applied to condition diagnosis in different types of practical plant

Keywords: intelligent diagnosis     neural network     fuzzy algorithm     adaptive filtering     plant machinery    

Systems understanding of plant–pathogen interactions through genome-wide protein–protein interaction

Hong LI,Ziding ZHANG

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 102-112 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2016100

Abstract: involved in these two processes have been identified, many aspects of the molecular mechanisms of the planttechniques (e.g., genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics) has provided a great opportunity to explore plant–pathogenThen, we focus on reviewing the progress in genome-wide PPI networks related to plant–pathogen interactions, including pathogen-centric PPI networks, plant-centric PPI networks and interspecies PPI networks betweenWe anticipate genome-wide PPI network analysis will provide a clearer understanding of plant–pathogen

Keywords: plant–pathogen interactions     systems biology     omics     plant immunity     protein–protein interaction     network    

Causations of failure in megaprojects: A case study of the Ajaokuta Steel Plant project

Oluwole Alfred OLATUNJI

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2018, Volume 5, Issue 3,   Pages 334-346 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2018011

Abstract: uses project organizational theories to draw lessons from a historic megaproject, the Ajaokuta Steel PlantDespite about 1400% overrun in cost, the success achieved on the plant was 28% at commissioning.

Keywords: industrial projects     megaprojects     Nigeria     project organizational theories     steel plant    

Rhizosphere immunity: targeting the underground for sustainable plant health management

Zhong WEI, Ville-Petri FRIMAN, Thomas POMMIER, Stefan GEISEN, Alexandre JOUSSET, Qirong SHEN

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3,   Pages 317-328 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2020346

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Managing plant health is a great challenge for modern food production and is further complicated byHere we present the concept of rhizosphere immunity, in which plant health is considered as an ecosystemThese interactions can potentially extend the innate plant immune system to a point where the rhizosphereWe suggest that considering plant health from a meta-organism perspective will help in developing multidisciplinarypathogen management strategies that focus on steering the whole plant-microbe-soil networks instead

Keywords: rhizosphere     soil microbiome     plant immunity     microbial ecology     plant health     soilborne pathogens    

ROUTE DEVELOPMENT, ANTIVIRAL STUDIES, FIELD EVALUATION AND TOXICITY OF AN ANTIVIRAL PLANT PROTECTANT

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, doi: 10.15302/J-FASE- 2021390

Abstract: this led to the identification of NK0238 as a highly effective agent for the prevention and control of diseasescaused by plant viruses, but the existing routes are unsuitable for its large-scale synthesis.

Keywords: antiviral plant protectant / antiviral in the greenhouse / field evaluation / l-trp-NCA / synthesis optimization    

Decontamination efficiency and root structure change in the plant-intercropping model in vertical-flow

Yonghua CHEN, Xiaofu WU, Mingli CHEN, Kelin LI, Jing PENG, Peng ZHAN

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 6,   Pages 906-912 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0579-z

Abstract: Three contrasting experiments, the plant-intercropping model (A), the warm-seasonal plant model (B),and the non-plant model (C), were studied in terms of their efficiency in removing pollutants, and thechange in root structure of plants in the plant-intercropping model within the vertical-flow constructedFurthermore, the morphologies and internal structures of plant roots further demonstrate that numerousIn conclusion, the plant-intercropping model (A) is more suitable for use in the cold environment experienced

Keywords: vertical-flow constructed wetlands     plant intercropping model     warm seasonal plant model    

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IN VITRO ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF FIVE MEDICINAL PLANT SPECIES ON PLANT PATHOGENIC FUNGI

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ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF FIVE MEDICINAL PLANT SPECIES ON PLANT PATHOGENIC FUNGI

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A Novel Light-Responsive Gene BcCfaS Regulates the Photomorphogenesis and Virulence of Botrytis cinerea

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The size distribution of airborne bacteria and human pathogenic bacteria in a commercial composting plant

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Systems understanding of plant–pathogen interactions through genome-wide protein–protein interaction

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