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ISHS Acta Horticulturae 905

International Symposium on Biological Control of Postharvest Diseases: Challenges and Opportunities

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Conveners   S. Droby, M. Wisniewski 
Editors   M. Wisniewski, S. Droby 
Publication
date  
31 August 2011 
ISBN   978-90-66053-57-1 
ISSN   0567-7572 
Number of articles   35 
Volumes  
Place   Leesburg, VA, USA 
Online articles:
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF POSTHARVEST DISEASES - PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE (C.L. Wilson, M. Wisniewski, S. Droby, E. Chalutz)
GRAPEVINE MICROBIOMICS: BACTERIAL DIVERSITY ON GRAPE LEAVES AND BERRIES REVEALED BY HIGH-THROUGHPUT SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF 16S RRNA AMPLICONS (J.H.J. Leveau, J.J. Tech)
BIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF MICROBIAL BIOFILMS ON PLANT SURFACES (M.W. Harding, M.E. Olson, L.L.R. Marques, R.J. Howard)
APPLICATION OF AN ANTIBIOTIC RESETS THE MAIZE LEAF PHYLLOSPHERE COMMUNITY AND INCREASES RESISTANCE TO SOUTHERN LEAF BLIGHT (P. Balint-Kurti, P. Pridgen, A.E. Stapleton)
DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF ENGINEERED MICROBIAL CONSORTIA (R.P. Smith)
PLANT HOST RESPONSE TO BIOCONTROL AGENTS ( Shiping Tian, Boqiang Li, Guozheng Qin, Xiangbin Xu)
METAGENOMIC APPROACH TO TRACKING MICROORGANISMS ON APPLES - A CASE STUDY (D.M. Glenn, C.L. Bassett, S.E. Dowd)
THE ROLE OF COMPETITION FOR IRON AND CELL WALL DEGRADING ENZYMES IN MECHANISM OF ACTION OF POSTHARVEST BIOCONTROL AGENTS (D. Spadaro, D. Zhang, A. Garibaldi, M.L. Gullino)
DIFFERENTIAL GENE EXPRESSION DURING THE PATHOGENIC INTERACTION BETWEEN PICHIA FERMENTANS AND PEACH FRUIT (S. Fiori, B. Scherm, Q. Migheli, M. Budroni, R. Farrel, M. Wisniewski)
CHANGES IN EXPRESSION OF OXIDATIVE STRESS RELATED GENES IN GRAPEFRUIT PEEL IN RESPONSE TO THE YEAST, METSCHNIKOWIA FRUCTICOLA (V. Hershkovitz, C. Ben-Dayan, L. Cohen, B. Weiss, G. Raphael, O. Feygenberg, S. Droby, M. Wisniewski, J. Liu)
NOVEL ROLE FOR REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) IN HOST-ANTAGONISTIC YEAST-PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS IN POSTHARVEST BIOCONTROL SYSTEMS (D. Macarisin, G. Bauchan, S. Droby, M. Wisniewski)
INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO POSTHARVEST BIOCONTROL (S. Vero, G. Garmendia)
CONTROL OF POSTHARVEST DECAY BY THE INTEGRATION OF PRE- AND POSTHARVEST APPLICATION OF NONCHEMICAL COMPOUNDS (A. Ippolito, S.M. Sanzani)
INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO POSTHARVEST DISEASE MANAGEMENT IN CALIFORNIA CITRUS PACKINGHOUSES (J.L. Smilanick)
INTEGRATION OF BIOCONTROL STRATEGIES INTO ORGANIC PRODUCTION OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS (R.K. Prange)
CHARACTERIZATION OF RHODOTORULA GLUTINIS AND PICHIA ONYCHIS ISOLATES WITH POTENTIAL AS BIOPESTICIDES FOR CONTROLLING BOTRYTIS CINEREA (J. Zapata, C. Acosta, A. Díaz, L. Villamizar, A.M. Cotes)
NATURAL AND SAFE ALTERNATIVES TO CONVENTIONAL METHODS TO CONTROL GRAY MOLD OF TABLE GRAPES IN STORAGE (G. Romanazzi, F.M. Gabler, A. Lichter, J.L. Smilanick)
CYSTOFILOBASIDIUM INFIRMOMINIATUM AS A BIOCONTROL AGENT OF POSTHARVEST DISEASES ON APPLES AND CITRUS (S. Vero, G. Garmendia, M.F. Garat, I. de Aurrecoechea, M. Wisniewski)
CHARACTERIZATION OF COLD-ADAPTED RHIZOBACTERIA FOR CONTROL OF POSTHARVEST FUNGAL DECAY OF POME FRUIT (L.M. Nelson, C. Nagel, N. Bose-Roberts, D. Mantyka, D. Hirkala, P.L. Sholberg)
INDUCED RESISTANCE IN PEACH FRUIT AGAINST MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA BY MAGNOLIA BARK EXTRACTS AND ITS SAFETY EVALUATION (X.Y. Feng, B.G. Wang, W.S. Li)
POSTHARVEST ROTTING, QUALITY AND SHELF LIFE OF APPLE AS AFFECTED BY CHEMICALS, GA TREATMENT AND PACKAGING (S.K. Sharma, M.C. Nautiyal, K. Issar)
PROACTIVE MANAGEMENT OF FERMENTATION AND FORMULATION INTERACTIONS TO IMPROVE BIOCONTROL PRODUCT PERFORMANCE (D.A. Schisler, P.J. Slininger, C.A. Dunlap, T. Adiyaman)
IMPROVING THE EFFICACY OF POSTHARVEST BIOCONTROL AGENTS - PRODUCTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS TOLERANT FORMULATIONS (N. Teixidó, J. Usall, R. Torres, M. Abadias, I. Viñas)
EFFECT OF HEAT SHOCK TREATMENT ON STRESS TOLERANCE AND BIOCONTROL EFFICACY OF BIOCONTROL YEASTS (J. Liu, M. Wisniewski)
EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY ON THE IN VITRO AND IN VIVO RADIAL GROWTH OF PENICILLIUM ITALICUM AND ON THE BIOCONTROL ACTIVITY OF PICHIA GUILLIERMONDII, STRAIN Z1 (M. El Guilli, M. Ibriz, R. Lahlali, M.H. Jijakli)
IDENTIFYING AND CHARACTERIZING MICROFLORA OF STONE FRUITS TO SELECT ANTAGONISTS FOR CONTROL OF BROWN ROT WITH EMPHASIS ON LATENT INFECTIONS (W.J. Janisiewicz, J.S. Buyer, C.P. Kurtzman)
UV-C-INDUCED DISEASE RESISTANCE IN TOMATO FRUIT IS A MULTI-COMPONENT AND TIME-DEPENDENT SYSTEM (M.T. Charles, J. Arul, N. Benhamou)
METSCHNIKOWIA ANDAUENSIS: A NOVEL BIOCONTROL AGENT OF FRUIT POSTHARVEST DISEASES (T. Manso, C. Nunes)
RESTORATIVE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - A PROMISING NEW APPROACH, BUT CAN WE PROVE IT? (K. Everett, J. Rees-George, S. Pushparajah, I. Hallett, J.L. Vanneste, J. Yu, D.A. Cornish, K. Boyd-Wilson, M. Walter)
CONTROL OF BLUE MOLD ROT ON MANDARINS WITH GASEOUS PHASE OF ESSENTIAL OIL (R. Ben-Arie, E. Kvitnitsky, I. Paluy)
DIVERSITY AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGI ISOLATED FROM MYRCIA SELLOWIANA IN TOCANTINS, BRAZIL (W.S. Pinto, M.C. Perim, J.C. Borges, R.S. Pimenta, L.H. Rosa, J.F.M. Silva, W.J. Janisiewicz)
INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE ON COMMERCIALIZING BIOCONTROL FOR POSTHARVEST DISEASE MANAGEMENT (C. Jewell)
REGISTRY AND REGULATION OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS ON FOOD COMMODITIES IN SOUTH AMERICA (A.M. Cotes)
POSTHARVEST USE OF NON-CHEMICAL CONTROL STRATEGIES IN TURKEY (P. Kinay-Teksur)
CURRENT STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL PRODUCTS FOR POSTHARVEST USE IN EUROPE (B. Vorstermans, P. Creemers)
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