By Mehdi Razzaghi-Abyaneh
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Parasiticus by simple, efficient and low-cost screening methods. Next to be addressed will be a practical approach to isolation, purification and identification of antifungal metabolites from antagonistic bacteria by a combination of traditional and recent advanced technologies. 2. Biological control: a powerful management strategy Biological control is defined as i) a method of managing pests by using natural enemies ii) an ecological method designed by man to lower a pest or parasite population to acceptable subclinical densities or iii) to keep parasite populations at a non-harmful level using natural liv‐ ing antagonists (Baker, 1987).
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