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Unravelling the fruit microbiome: The key for developing effective biological control strategies for postharvest diseases
Year:
2021
Authors :
דרובי, סמיר
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Hongyin Zhang 
Nana Adwoa Serwah Boateng 
Guillaume Legrand Ngolong Ngea 
Yu Shi 
Hetong Lin
Qiya Yang
Kaili Wang 
Xiaoyun Zhang
Lina Zhao
Samir Droby                 

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Abstract:

Fruit-based diets are recognized for their benefits to human health. The safety of fruit is a global concern for scientists. Fruit microbiome represents the whole microorganisms that are associated with a fruit. These microbes are either found on the surfaces (epiphytes) or in the tissues of the fruit (endophytes). The recent knowledge gained from these microbial communities is considered relevant to the field of biological control in prevention of postharvest fruit pathology. In this study, the importance of the microbiome of certain fruits and how it holds promise for solving the problems inherent in biocontrol and postharvest crop protection are summarized. Research needs on the fruit microbiome are highlighted. Data from DNA sequencing and "meta-omics" technologies very recently applied to the study of microbial communities of fruits in the postharvest context are also discussed. Various fruit parameters, management practices, and environmental conditions are the main determinants of the microbiome. Microbial communities can be classified according to their structure and function in fruit tissues. A critical mechanism of microbial biological control agents is to reshape and interact with the microbiome of the fruit. The ability to control the microbiome of any fruit is a great potential in postharvest management of fruits. Research on the fruit microbiome offers important opportunities to develop postharvest biocontrol strategies and products, as well as the health profile of the fruit.

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biological control
endophytes
fruit microbiome
Meta-omics
Postharvest diseases
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DOI :
10.1111/1541-4337.12783
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Unravelling the fruit microbiome: The key for developing effective biological control strategies for postharvest diseases .

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