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organisms sharing a specified genotype or the genotype (or peculiarities) so shared

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T - - - - Bacillus cereus** T - - - - Bacillus mycoides T - - - - * (+) = growth, (-) = no growth; T = tolerant but non-crude oil utilizer ** Distinct biotypes *** Presumptive; BIOLOG SIM < 0.
Of the tested specimens, 34 isolates carried the tcpA gene, encoding the structural subunit of toxin-coregulated pilus, and the rstR gene, the repressor gene in the cholera toxin encoding (CTX) phage (3); these results may indicate that these strains belonged to the El Tor biotype.
It is worth mentioning that biotype of hydrilla may be know by the growth of stem, in this connection [24] was stated, that the shoot growth of monoecious is generally spread at the sediment surface with numerous root crowns and high shoot densities Once lateral spread slows, shoots grow upward toward the water surface, forming dense canopies.
ARS researchers are also using barcoding to understand and track the threat of various biotypes of Russian wheat aphid, an insect about the size of a sesame seed, that is a major worldwide pest of wheat, barley, and other cereals.
Strains of the O1 serogroup are divided into two biotypes i.
Both biotypes were resistant to ceftazidime and susceptible to imipenem.
tabaci variants and to estimate the biotypes and genetic relationships of closely related populations from the same geographical location (De Barro et al.
During the last 2 decades, new variants of El Tor biotypes have emerged and have been used to differentiate V.
Although the presence of different new biotypes of RWA has been reported [18,2,25,8,21], it occurred upon development of resistant cultivars as it has for the green bug, Shizaphis graminum [17].
Additionally, insects and pathogens are notoriously adaptable and can evolve biotypes possessing resistance to the pesticides used against them.
Traditionally the El Tor (and O139) and classical biotypes were considered to differ in the type of CT produced (8).
Up to 3 oz/A can be used in peanuts and soybeans and controls ALS- and glyphosate-resistant biotypes.
This pest consists of a species complex of at least 28 species, which include morphologically indistinguishable biotypes A, B, Q and Ms.