THE BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF PHENOLIC ACIDS OF NATURAL ORIGIN AND PERSPECTIVES FOR THEIR USE IN PLANT PROTECTION PRACTICE
Published: 23 May 2015
Abstract: The investigations the presence of phenolic acids in the extracts of mycelium of fungi Penicillium, Aspergillus, Trichoderma, Beauveria. Strains with a high content of ferulic, gallic, vanillic and benzoic acid were identified. It was established, that all discharged phenolic acids show antibiotic activity. The greatest range of antibiotic activity showed analogues of ferulic acid and benzoic. It is shown that phenolic acids extracted from fungi, in most cases, are not toxic to of wheat plants.
Keywords: fungi, penicillium, aspergillus, trichoderma, beauveria, extracts, phenolic acids, antibiotic activity
Cite this article: Olga N. Shemshura, Svetlana A. Aytkeldieva, Nadia E. Bekmakhanova, Ajnur I. Seitbattalova, Elvira T. Ismailova. THE BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF PHENOLIC ACIDS OF NATURAL ORIGIN AND PERSPECTIVES FOR THEIR USE IN PLANT PROTECTION PRACTICE. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Agriculture & Food 3, 156-164 (2015). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000666/
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