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Published online 2017 August 1. doi: 10.5423/PPJ.OA.03.2017.0047

Table 1

Antiviral activity of soil bacterium isolated from tobacco plant rhizosphere

StrainAntiviral activity (%)*Mean§

IIIIII
KBPF-001170/186 (8.60)248/263 (5.70)187/221 (15.38)9.89 ± 4.97 b
KBPF-002216/226 (4.42)131/147 (10.88)301/318 (5.35)6.88 ± 3.49 b
KBPF-003207/218 (5.05)311/329 (5.47)178/227 (21.59)10.70 ± 9.43 b
KBPF-00441/257 (83.86)37/235 (84.26)24/210 (88.52)85.56 ± 2.61 a
KBPF-005145/172 (15.70)175/195 (10.26)193/270 (28.52)18.16 ± 9.38 b
KBPF-006167/237 (29.54)243/269 (9.67)186/211 (11.85)17.02 ± 10.90 b
KBPF-007161/188 (14.36)203/207 (1.93)240/256 (6.25)7.51 ± 6.31 b
KBPF-008133/149 (10.74)221/237 (6.75)252/255 (1.18)6.22 ± 4.80 b
KBPF-009203/225 (9.78)255/262 (2.67)265/273 (2.93) 5.13 ± 4.03 b
*Antiviral activity (%) = [1 − (number of lesions on treatment/number of lesions on control)] × 100.
§Mean ± standard deviation indicated by letters are significantly different according to the Duncan’s multiple range test at P < 0.001. Antiviral activity was assayed using three tobacco plants per strain.