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    Physiological changes in transgenic cotton inoculated with Trichoderma spp.

    Vargas-Bejarano E, V Méndez-Trujillo, JC Vázquez Angulo, D González-Mendoza, O Grimaldo Juarez

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.81, pp. 101-105, 2012, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2012.81.101

    Abstract We performed the inoculation of transgenic cotton seedlings with Trichoderma sp. strain ICA 4 to evaluate its effects on the physiological development of seedlings. Inoculated seedlings of transgenic cotton had higher development than non-inoculated seedlings. The range of values for relative growth, doubling time, height and number of leaves (0.04 g/g d; 16.88 days; 17.16 cm and 4.2, respectively) were significantly higher that those observed in non-inoculated plants (0.03 g/g day; 24.38 days; 12.33 cm and 2.6, respectively). Regarding radical architecture, inoculated seedlings with Trichoderma strain ICA 4 showed a higher percentage of roots of 2nd (46%), More >

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