Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos

La importancia de los microorganismos en las interacciones entre las comunidades y los ecosistemas es un tema de creciente interés por su posible aplicación en el control de patógenos e insectos en los sistemas agropecuarios. El potencial de los compuestos volátiles orgánicos producidos por los micr...

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Autores Principales: Clerck, Caroline de, Borrero Echeverry, Felipe
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topic Recursos hídricos y su ordenación - P10
Atrayentes
Insecticidas
Control biológico
Transversal
spellingShingle Recursos hídricos y su ordenación - P10
Atrayentes
Insecticidas
Control biológico
Transversal
Clerck, Caroline de
Borrero Echeverry, Felipe
Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos
description La importancia de los microorganismos en las interacciones entre las comunidades y los ecosistemas es un tema de creciente interés por su posible aplicación en el control de patógenos e insectos en los sistemas agropecuarios. El potencial de los compuestos volátiles orgánicos producidos por los microorganismos (mVOC, por su sigla en inglés) para el control de patógenos hasta ahora se empieza a estudiar y a entender. Sin embargo, se ha visto que los mVOC pueden ser promotores de crecimiento e inductores de defensas. Desde comienzos del siglo xx, además, han sido de gran importancia en el control de insectos, ya que su efecto de atracción sobre insectos plaga se ha utilizado para facilitar la eliminación de estos. Su uso como atrayente, de hecho, se ha enfocado en las moscas de la fruta, pero se ha dejado de lado su estudio para el control de otros insectos de importancia económica. Finalmente, se ha evidenciado que los mVOC pueden ser una fuente importante de repelentes o compuestos insecticidas. No obstante, poco se sabe sobre los mecanismos de acción de los volátiles y existen dificultades técnicas que limitan su aplicación en campo. En este capítulo se resume el estado actual del uso de los mVOC en la agricultura, su potencial para futuros desarrollos y los temas que requieren más investigación.
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Borrero Echeverry, Felipe
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Borrero Echeverry, Felipe
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title Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos
title_short Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos
title_full Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos
title_fullStr Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos
title_full_unstemmed Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos
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spelling ir-20.500.12324-341612021-05-04T17:12:38Z Los volátiles microbianos y su potencial en el control biológico de fitopatógenos e insectos Microbial volatiles and their potential in the biological control of plant pathogens and insects Clerck, Caroline de Borrero Echeverry, Felipe Recursos hídricos y su ordenación - P10 Atrayentes Insecticidas Control biológico Transversal La importancia de los microorganismos en las interacciones entre las comunidades y los ecosistemas es un tema de creciente interés por su posible aplicación en el control de patógenos e insectos en los sistemas agropecuarios. El potencial de los compuestos volátiles orgánicos producidos por los microorganismos (mVOC, por su sigla en inglés) para el control de patógenos hasta ahora se empieza a estudiar y a entender. Sin embargo, se ha visto que los mVOC pueden ser promotores de crecimiento e inductores de defensas. Desde comienzos del siglo xx, además, han sido de gran importancia en el control de insectos, ya que su efecto de atracción sobre insectos plaga se ha utilizado para facilitar la eliminación de estos. Su uso como atrayente, de hecho, se ha enfocado en las moscas de la fruta, pero se ha dejado de lado su estudio para el control de otros insectos de importancia económica. Finalmente, se ha evidenciado que los mVOC pueden ser una fuente importante de repelentes o compuestos insecticidas. No obstante, poco se sabe sobre los mecanismos de acción de los volátiles y existen dificultades técnicas que limitan su aplicación en campo. En este capítulo se resume el estado actual del uso de los mVOC en la agricultura, su potencial para futuros desarrollos y los temas que requieren más investigación. 2018-12-05T19:39:56Z 2018-12-05T19:39:56Z 2018 book part Capítulo http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_3248 info:eu-repo/semantics/bookPart https://purl.org/redcol/resource_type/CAP_LIB http://purl.org/coar/version/c_970fb48d4fbd8a85 978-958-740-254-4 (e-book) http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12324/34161 reponame:Biblioteca Digital Agropecuaria de Colombia repourl:https://repository.agrosavia.co instname:Corporación colombiana de investigación agropecuaria AGROSAVIA spa 33519 ; Control biológico de fitopatógenos, insectos y ácaros: Aplicaciones y perspectivas V. 2. 988 1013 Alemany, A., Miranda, M., Alonso, R., & Martín Escorza, C. (2004). Efficacy of C. capitata (Wied.) (Diptera: Tephritidae) female mass trapping. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin, 95, 43-50 Allan, S. A., Bernier, U. R., & Kline, D. L. (2006). 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