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ObjectivesThe gray mold fungus Botrytis cinerea (B. cinerea) infects a wide range of crops before and after harvest, causing huge losses worldwide. Inhibition mechanisms of B. cinerea in vitro and in plants by calcium propionate (CP), generally recognized as a safe substance, are described in...
Melatonin is an endogenous micromolecular compound of indoleamine with multiple physiological functions in various organisms. In plants, melatonin is involved in growth and development, as well as in responses to biotic and abiotic stresses. Furthermore, melatonin functions in...
With the development of bioinformatics, it is easy to obtain information and data about thousands of genes, but the determination of the functions of these genes depends on methods for rapid and effective functional identification. Virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) is a mature method of gene...
Due to the increasing number of food-borne diseases, more attention is being paid to food safety. Food-borne pathogens are the main cause of food-borne diseases, which seriously endanger human health, so it is necessary to detect and control them. Traditional detection methods cannot meet the...
Stability assessment of observed tolerance phenotypes is integral in understanding stress adaptation in food-borne pathogens. Therefore, the current work was carried out to determine whether ethanol adaptation induced by exposure to 5 per cent ethanol for 60 min is a stable phenomenon in...
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