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- Liu, Kan‐Cheng; Zeng, Fei‐Li; Ben, Ai‐Ling; Han, Zheng‐Min
- Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 2017 v.165 no.9 pp. 580-588
- Delftia; Nematoda; Pinus; Pseudomonas putida; Rhizobium; Stenotrophomonas maltophilia; bacteria; biological control; culture media; microbial culture; nucleotide sequences; pathogenicity; ribosomal DNA; seedlings; sequence analysis; staining; toxicity; vascular wilt; wood; China
- ... Bacteria were isolated from the surface of two samples of American pine wood nematodes to identify methods of controlling pine wilt disease. The dominant bacterial strains were identified, and their toxicity and pathogenicity, in addition to their competitiveness with other pathogenic bacteria, were measured to ascertain how bacteria on the surface of American pine wood nematodes might be used to ...
- De Benedictis, Maria; De Caroli, Monica; Baccelli, Ivan; Marchi, Guido; Bleve, Gianluca; Gallo, Antonia; Ranaldi, Francesco; Falco, Vittorio; Pasquali, Vittorio; Piro, Gabriella; Mita, Giovanni; Di Sansebastiano, Gian Pietro
- Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 2017 v.165 no.9 pp. 589-594
- Olea europaea; Pierce's disease; Xylella fastidiosa; bacteria; cell aggregates; cultivars; decline; gels; grapes; hosts; olives; pectins; tyloses; California; Italy
- ... Xylella fastidiosa is a Gram‐negative, xylem‐limited, bacterium which is responsible, in Italy, for the olive quick decline syndrome (OQDS). The disease is caused by the subspecies pauca and emerged a few years ago in the Apulia province of Lecce, in the Salento peninsula, on Olea europaea plants. X. fastidiosa can infect different plant species and is well known in California as the causal agent ...