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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: A. Taczman-Brückner, Cs. Mohácsi-Farkas, Cs. Balla, and G. Kiskó

Arras, G. (1996): Mode of action of an isolate of Candida famata in biological control of Penicillium digitatum in orange fruits. Postharvest Biol. Technol. , 8 , 191-198. Mode of

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Fan, Q. & Tian, S. (2001): Postharvest biological control of grey mould and blue mould on apple by Cryptococcus albidus (Saito) Skinner. Postharvest Biol. Technol., 21 341

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): Biological control of food carcinogens with use of Lactobacillus GG. Nutr. Today , 31 , Suppl. (6) 43S–44S. Ahokas J. Biological control of food carcinogens with use of Lactobacillus

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EFSA Journal 2013 11 3129 Haas , D. & Défago , G. (2005): Biological control

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: M.Y. Jiang, Z.R. Wang, K.W. Chen, J.Q. Kan, K.T. Wang, Zs. Zalán, F. Hegyi, K. Takács, and M.Y. Du

, 13 – 20 . Wang , K.T. , Jin , P. , Cao , S. , Rui , H.J. & Zheng , Y.H. ( 2011 ): Biological control of green mould decay in postharvest

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., Garibaldi, A. & Gullino, M.L. (2008): Use of AFLP for differentiation of Metschnikowia pulcherrima strains for postharvest disease biological control. Microbiol. Res. , 163 , 523–530. Gullino ML

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shown that in addition to pure glycerol, this genus is able to grow and produce active metabolites in medium containing waste glycerol as well ( ĆiriĆ et al., 2012 ; Dodd et al., 2018 ). Usage of microorganisms in biological control of plant pathogens

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Biological control – as an alternative method – has a great importance in sustainable food production ( Bale et al., 2008 ) as well as in in-farm application ( Gálvez et al., 2010 ). It appears to be a good solution to eliminate foodborne pathogenic

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: E. Horvath-Szanics, J. Perjéssy, A. Klupács, K. Takács, A. Nagy, E. Koppány-Szabó, F. Hegyi, E. Németh-Szerdahelyi, M.Y. Du, Z.R. Wang, J.Q. Kan, and Zs. Zalán

consumption of the processed foods, because of their ability to produce spores and grow in different and even harsh environments. Biological control strategy involving microbial enzymes may address preservation of foods from fungal attack. The hydrolases and

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