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From: Pseudomonas species isolated via high-throughput screening significantly protect cotton plants against verticillium wilt

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Pseudomonas strains XY2F4 and 22G5 significantly improve cotton verticillium wilt resistance. a, b Phenotypes of G. hirsutum acc. Texas Marker-1 (TM-1) treated with a mixture of V. dahliae conidia (V. d.) and culture of XY2F4 (a) or 22G5 (b), and control group treated with V. dahliae conidia only. Plants were monitored after inoculation for disease phenotype over time, and DI (Disease Index) was calculated as has been described previously (Zhao et al. 2014) 30 days post-infection. See materials and methods for details. c, d DI (Disease Index) summarized from four independent replicates of planta in-vivo assays as described in panel a, b. Mann–Whitney Non-parametric Test. P < 0.05

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