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Fig. 1 | Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture

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From: Hygienic characteristics of radishes grown in soil contaminated with Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

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Monitoring of S. maltophilia LMG 6606 during the growth cycle of radish performed by RAPD-PCR profile comparison. Trials: ASS autoclaved soil inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, ASSwS autoclaved soil weekly inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, nASS non-autoclaved soil inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, nASSwS non-autoclaved soil weekly inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, AS autoclaved soil, nAS non-autoclaved soil, ASwR autoclaved soil weekly added with Ringer’s solution, nASwR non-autoclaved soil weekly added with Ringer’s solution. Lanes: M marker (GeneRuler 100 bp Plus DNA ladder, M·Medical Srl, Milan, Italy); 1, S. maltophilia LMG 6606; 2–11, colonies randomly collected from the highest dilutions of soil samples on VIA agar from each trial

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