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The inhibitory activity of extracts of Chenopodium amaranticolor
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Campylobacter [ 5 , 6 ]. Campylobacter infections have been associated with the consumption of improperly cooked and cross-contaminated or inadequately processed foods, including poultry, beef, shellfish, unpasteurized milk, vegetables, and fruits [ 7
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-resistant strains of Salmonella is associated with a severe infection and is a major public health concern [ 8 ].
The identification of Salmonella is subjected to various constraints due to the greater diversity of its species and serovars. The
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preventive and therapeutic purposes. Probiotic culture supernatants as described in this study, mainly the supernatants of S. salivarius K12, should be prospectively tested for their antimicrobial properties in in vivo models of implant infections
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Influence of MH and carbendazim application in preventing loss of onion bulbs during storage was assessed in two varieties. Individual treatment of 2,000 ppm MH reduced the percentage of rotting, fungal infection and sprouting to a greater extent in variety 'N-53'. The preharvest treatment appeared more effective than the postharvest in this variety. In case of 'Local White' also a similar trend was observed but the response obtained in general was not promising. Preharvest treatment with carbendazim significantly reduced the rotting and fungal infection in both the varieties during storage. However a combined application of carbendazim and MH (1,000 ppm and 2,000 ppm, respectively) exhibited better results as compared to the individual treatments in both the varieties.