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Methods for eradication of the biofilms formed by opportunistic pathogens using novel techniques – A review

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Physico-chemical characterization and antibacterial activity of different types of honey tested on strains isolated from hospitalized patients

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The Proteolytic Activity of Diapausing and Newly Hatched Red Mason Bees (Osmia Rufa: Megachilidae)

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Effects of Royal Jelly and Bee Pollen on the Growth of Selected Probiotic Bacteria (Bf. animalis Spp. Lactis, L. acidophilus and L. casei)

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In vitro study of Lactobacillus plantarum properties as a potential probiotic strain and an alternative method to antibiotic treatment of fish

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Terminalia catappa L. extract improves survival, hematological profile and resistance to Aeromonas hydrophila in Betta sp.

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Zeamatin-Like Protein (ZLP) Gene is Associated with Resistance against A. niger in Maize (Zea mays L.)

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Swarming motility in plant-associated bacteria

effectors as weapons for interbacterial competition in planta. Cell Host and Microbe , 16: 94–104. Mattinen, L., Somervuo, P., Nykyri, P., Nissinen, R., Kouvonen, P., Corthals, G., Auvinen, P., Aittamaa, M., Valkonen, J.P.T. and Pirhonen, M. 2008. Microarray profiling of host-extract induced genes and characterization of the type VI secretion cluster in the potato pathogen Pectobacterium atrosepticum . Microbiology , 154: 2387–2396. McAlester, G., O’Gara, F. and Morrissey J.P. 2008. Signal-mediated interactions between Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Candida

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Effect of several rhizobacteria strains on barley resistance against Pyrenophora graminea under field conditions

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Multistrain versus single-strain plant growth promoting microbial inoculants - The compatibility issue

Pseudomonas aeruginosa BJ10–86: a synergistic chili pepper seed treatment for Phytophthora capsici infested soil. European Journal of Plant Pathology , 147(1): 157-166. Chirino-Valle, I., Kandula, D., Littlejohn, C., Hill, R., Walker, M., Shields, M., Cummings, N., Hettiarachchi, D.. and Wratten, S. 2016. Potential of the beneficial fungus Trichoderma to enhance ecosystem-service provision in the biofuel grass Miscanthus x giganteus in agriculture. Scientific Reports , 6: 25109. Cota, L.V., Maffia, L.A., Mizubuti, E.S., Macedo, P.E. and Antunes, R. F

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