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- Konavko, D.; Malchev, S.; Pothier, J. F.; Jundzis, M.; Moročko-Bičevska, I.; Rezzonico,, F.
- Acta horticulturae 2016 no.1149 pp. 25-30
- Pseudomonas graminis, etc ; Pseudomonas syringae; bacteria; genetic variation; host range; nucleotide sequences; pathogenicity; pathogens; trees; Latvia; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... Pseudomonas syringae is an important bacterial pathogen causing significant damage to a wide variety of plant species worldwide. Recently, P. syringae has become an increasing threat to Latvian fruit production. Bacterial isolates were recovered from diseased fruit trees in Latvia with the aim of evaluating their genetic diversity, assess the range of pathogenic Pseudomonas species that are curren ...
- Mikicinski, A.; Sobiczewski, P.; Jakubowska, A.; Pulawska, J.; Berczynski, S.
- Acta horticulturae 2011 no.896 pp. 471-476
- Pseudomonas graminis, etc ; Erwinia amylovora; Pseudomonas fluorescens; apples; biofilm; biological control agents; blight; flowers; greenhouses; growth retardation; lactones; mechanism of action; pathogens; rootstocks; shoots; siderophores; trees; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... The goal of our study was to select bacterial isolates effective for control of fire blight and to run preliminary tests to elucidate their mechanism of action. Protective sprays of ‘Idared’ apple flowers on trees growing in the greenhouse with Pseudomonas graminis 49M strain at 2 concentrations (107 or 108 cfu/ml) showed that its efficacy against blossom blight was greater if a higher cell concen ...