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Table 2 Antagonistic activity of our collected fungal isolates against 6 pathogenic fungal isolates

From: Identification of fungi in Tunisian olive orchards: characterization and biological control potential

Antagonistic Fungal isolates Fungal pathogens
Aspergillus calidoustus Penicillium chrysogenum1 Alternaria consortialis Aspergillus pseudodeflectus Penicillium chrysogenum2 Aspergillus tamarii
Penicillium chrysogenum
 F3 + ++
 F49’ + ++ +++ +++
Penicillium crustosum
 F14 +++ + +++
 F33
Penicillium freii
 F29
Penicillium pinophilum
 F36 ++ ++ +++
 F38
Penicillium polonicum
 F34 ++ +++
 F41 + ++
Penicillium verruculosum
 F30
Aspergillus calidoustus
 F1’ ++
 F25 +++
Aspergillus nidulans
 F23 ++
Aspergillus niger
 F46 + + ++
Aspergillus ochraceus
 F21 + ++
 F57 + + + +
Aspergillus pseudodeflectus
 F13 ++ +++ +
Aspergillus tamarii
 F60 ++ ++ +
Aspergillus terreus
 F58 +
Aspergillus ustus
 F22
 F26 +++ ++
 F27 +++ ++
Cladosporium cladosporioides
 F18
 F40
 F50’
 F52’
Cladosporium halotolerans
 F45
Cladosporium sphaerospermum
 F17
 F20’
Fusarium solani-like
 F16 ++
 F59 ++ ++ + ++
Alternaria consortialis
 F10 +++
 F50 +
Lecanicilliumaphanocladii
 F28’ +
  1. The activity was detected for clear halo zones around the colonies. The inhibition zone diameters varied from 0 to 40 mm. The inhibition zones diameterincrease concurrently. + [5–10], ++ [11–20], +++ [21–40], − no zones of inhibition