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rod-shaped motile bacteria that attack plants

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Biological control of bacterial stem rot caused by Erwinia chrysanthemi on tomato.
Field evaluations of the interactions among fluorescent pseudomonads, Erwinia carotovora and potato yield.
The most abundant genera in this part were Bacillus, followed by Lysinibacillus, Enterobacter, Brevibacteruim, Pseudomonas, and Erwinia.
Moreover, it is a vector of the plant pathogens Erwinia cacticida corrig.
The Schiff base ligand and its divalent metal complexes were exposed for their antibacterial and antifungal activities against different pathogenic microbes including Gram positive bacteria Bacillus atrophaeus, Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Gram negative bacteria Klebsiella pneumoniae, Salmonella typhus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, Agrobacterium tumefaciens, Erwinia carotovora, fungal Strain Candida albican.
Large number of microorganisms that include Erwinia carotovora [3], Pseudomonas stutzeri [4], Pseudomonas aerugenosa [5] and E.
a la rhizoctoniasis (Rhizoctonia solani) y a la bacteria Pectobacterium atropseptiucm (antiguamente Erwinia carotovora pv.
Some additional results of the study, the significance of which might be less obvious to most winemakers, include the abundant presence of the bacterial genus Erwinia and other members of the same Enterorbacteriaceae family, regardless of sulfite levels.
002), including a much higher abundance of the species Erwinia and Trabulsiella in patients with the most severe symptoms.
There are eight chapters: functional diversification of phytopathogenic type III secreted effector proteins; systems biology of Pseudomonas synringae type III secretion effector repertoires; towards understanding fire blight: virulence mechanisms and their regulation in Erwinia amylovora; plant-pathogenic Acidovorax species; the interactions between gram-positive pathogens and plant hosts; the molecular interactions between human-pathogenic bacteria and plants; recent advances in Pseudomonas biocontrol; the potential role of bacteriophages in shaping plant-bacteria interactions.
Diet dependent effects of gut bacteria on their insect host: the symbiosis of Erwinia sp.