Both lead and arsenic were qualified and no pathogen was detected. The qualified rate was 89.83% and 95.49% in acid value,97.46% and 97.39% in peroxidation value,99.17% and 96.6% in total bacterial count and 99.15% and 96.36% in coliform.
Introduction: Helicobacter pylori (Hp), which is closely linked to gastric cancerand mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT), is recognized as pathogen of chronic active gastritis and peptic ulcer (PU).
Changes in trypsin inhibitor activity, lectin activity, and the content of endogenous salicylic acid after administration of exogenous salicylic acid or a pathogen were shown to depend on the resistance of maize strains to Fusarium.
A change in the activity of lectins may be a nonspecific response of plants to infection with the pathogen.
Infection of tubers with a compatible race of the pathogen or treatment with a suppressor (laminarin) decreased both the degree of hydrolysis of conjugated forms of salicylic acid and the accumulation of its free form.
An increase in the soil pool of Trichoderma harzianum as a result of application of a biological preparation based on this antagonistic fungus correlated with its effectiveness against the soil pathogen Fusarium sp., which causes root rot.
Interaction of proteinases secreted by the fungal plant pathogen Rhizoctonia solani with natural proteinase inhibitors produced