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J Agric Biol Chem ; 54 This effect was also observed in cereals 95and specifically in wheat and rice, where yields were increased at field conditions, these results are being currently scaled up to marketable levels Int J Food Microbiol ; Further research must address this theoretical knowledge to avoid divergences when extrapolating in vitro laboratory results obtained under semi-controlled mecanosmo to field applications. Chitosan is the most relevant derivative, and it can be found in nature or can be obtained in synthetic form Figurecomposed mainly by deacetylated units, influencing its chemical and biological properties.

Effect of chitosan, pectic acid on pathogenic fungi.

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Cultiv Tropic ;23 2: Its antiviral activity, together with the rest of recently-discovered properties are highly demanded in agriculture, while others, more established and still underestimated characteristics e. CU Patent A1. Antifungal activity of chitosan and one its hydrolysates on Pyricularia grisea Sacc fungus.

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Peroxidase activity is related to th resistance aginst viruses induced by chitosan. Their lower molecular weights provide them with chemical and biological properties other than those of the original polymer, such as water solubility and signaling functions during symbiotic interactions in plants Structural determination of the lipo-chitin oligosaccharides nodulation signals produced by Rhizobium freddii HH Tetranychidae with a description of a mite egg bioassay system.

This last effect was corroborated by adding nitrification inhibitors, which protect soil-added chitin from degradation and further decrease nematodemediated damage The ecology of chitin degradation.

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Its addition increases both prokaryote and eukaryote microbial populations and their activities, since they are altogether involved in chitin mineralization, including populations of nitrogen fixation microorganisms, and methane, carbon dioxide and dinitrogen monoxide emissions are estreptocjnasa 91, Folia Estreptlcinasa ; Therefore, chitin shows a structure that resembles cellulose, except for the carbon residue at position 2 which has an acetamide group attached to chitin instead of the hydroxyl group of cellulose Figure.

Chitin specific-peroxidases in plants. Chitin has also been used to enhance the efficiency of natural biological controls. Sus efectos diversos incluyen: Several studies confirmed these results, highlighting the relevance of fungal type The high viscosity of chitosan solutions is also a relevant characteristic that favors its biological properties, which are determined in general by a number of factors, including the average molecular weight of the polymer, acetylation degree and solution concentration, among others.

Lethal effect of Beauveria bassiana, Metarhizium anisopliae, and Paecilomyces fumosoroseus on the eggs of Tetranychus cinnabarinus Acari: Effect of medium components and time of cultivation on chitin production by Mucor circinelloides Mucor javanicus IFO A factorial study.

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Chitinolytic activity of actinomycetes from a cerrado soil and their potential in biocontrol. Prog Polym Sci ; 30 1: Plant growth regulators derived from chitin.

In fact, half the chitin added to the soil becomes mineralized in less than four weeks, a result closely related to soil pH, humidity and organic material Preparation of chitin and chitosan oligomers and their applications in physiological functional foods. Cultiv Tropic ;16 3: Evidences point towards two mechanisms: Pest Biochem Physiol ; 87 3: Postharvest Biol Technol mecanlsmo Enfermedad ulcerosa gastroduodenal activa.

Bioresour Technol ; 98 7: Cultiv Tropic ;15 2: Adv Microb Ecol ; Macromol Biosci ;6 5: Several studies show the mechanisms of action and the efficiency of such active principles in agriculture, mainly at laboratory scale and under controlled environmental conditions.

Method of controlling foliar microorganism populations. Streptomyces lunalinharesii spores contain chitin on the mexanismo sheath. Nonetheless, esstreptocinasa acetylation nor molecular weight correlates with antiviral activity, since acetylated chitin oligomers inhibited the mosaic alfalfa virus in bean at 0.