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The Biosensors and Their Application in Plant Pathology
Mahsa Abadkhah, Davoud Koolivand *
Department of Plant Protection, University of Zanjan, Zanjan, Iran , Koolivand@znu.ac.ir
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Abadkhah M. and Koolivand D. 2018. The biosensors and their application in plant pathology. Plant Pathology Science 7(2):47-59. DOI:10.2982/PPS.7.2.47
 
 Preventing plant disease damage requires the use of new, powerful, simple and portable tools to quickly diagnose pathogens. Today, biosensor technology  known as a powerful tool for evaluating conventional methods in agricultural sciences. Sensitivity, selectivity and portability of biosensors made it possible to develop them as special tools for rapid analysis of compounds in samples with low concentration. Biosensors have three main components, biological element, transducer and readout system. The most important application of biosensors in plant pathology is rapid detection of plant pathogens, in order to reduce the use of expensive and environmentally-damaging chemicals. This article introduces different types of biosensors and their applications in plant pathology.
Keywords: ELISA, Fungus, Virus, Chromatography
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