In Vivo Antifungal Activities of the Methanol Extracts of Invasive Plant Species Against Plant Pathogenic Fungi
- In Vivo Antifungal Activities of the Methanol Extracts of Invasive Plant Species Against Plant Pathogenic Fungi
- 비벡바지파이; 백광현; 김은실[김은실]; 한정은[한정은]; 곽명해[곽명해]; 김진철[김진철]; 오경희[오경희]; 김순옥[김순옥]; 최경자[최경자]
- PHYTOLACCA-AMERICANA; AMORPHA-FRUTICOSA; ROOTS
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- KOREAN SOC PLANT PATHOLOGY
- PLANT PATHOLOGY JOURNAL, v.28, no.3, pp.317 - 321
- Plants are the promising reservoirs for natural products with their diverse secondary metabolites. Many invasive plants have been introduced in Korea, which adversely affect on the native ecosystem but holds difficulty removing them due to their proliferation. In this study, we evaluated disease control efficacy of methanol extracts from four invasive plant species against 7 representative crop pathogens. Methanol extract of Phytolacca americana effectively suppressed rice blast, tomato gray mold, and tomato late blight in a dose dependent manner. The methanol extract of Amorpha fruticosa also exhibited potent antifungal activity against pepper anthracnose in a concentration dependent way. These data suggest that the extracts of I! americana and A. fruticosa can be developed as plant disease protection agents against rice blast, tomato gray mold, tomato late blight, and pepper anthracnose. Furthermore, more extensive research will be required to identify and isolate active compounds from problematic invasive plant species to develop valuable agrochemicals.
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