erwinia


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Related to erwinia: Erwinia chrysanthemi, Erwinia amylovora
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rod-shaped motile bacteria that attack plants

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Decomposing Irish potatoes tubers collected from Musanze District in Rwanda were used for further Erwinia carotovora isolation and testing.
The association of western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis, with a near Erwinia species gut bacteria: Transient or permanent?
Purification and properties of a pectin transeliminase in Erwinia aroideae formed in the presence of nalidixic acid.
Symptoms of Erwinia early dying are similar to Verticillium early dying, which is caused by Verticillium spp.
HecA, a member of a class of adhesins produced by diverse pathogenic bacteria, contributes to the attachment, aggregation, epidermal cell killing, and virulence phenotypes of Erwinia chrysanthemi EC16 on Nicotiana clevelandii seedlings.
apples could carry Erwinia amylovora and spread fire blight disease to Japan, according to the risk assessment conducted by Agricultural Research Service plant pathologist Rodney Roberts.
1) Genes carrying vitamin A are isolated from daffodils and the bacteria Erwinia uredovora.
A general screening of Pseudormonas syringae and Erwinia herbicola strains of bacteria for the presence of proteases was performed using a plate assay.
Bacillus subtilis spores and Erwinia herbicola vegetative cells were provided by Dugway Proving Ground (Dugway, Utah).
Strains of Pseudomonas, Flavobacterium, Alcaligenes and Erwinia have been described.
The main pathogens affecting tomato plants in Brazil and theirs fruits are Erwinia spp.
syringae [1,6,7,9,16,25], strains of Erwinia herbicola or three other bacterial species on leaf surfaces [14,16,22,39].
The raw periwinkle meat also contained some of the pathogenic organisms although at a minimal level with some psychotropic organisms such as Erwinia amylovora and Serratia maracescense (Table 2).
However, Erwinia, Bacillus, Saccharomyces, Kluyveromyces, Aspergillus, Penicillum, Fusarium and Rhizopus have been the genera most frequently studied in the last 15 years, with strains of Aspergillus, Penicillum and Erwinia mainly used for enzyme production studies.