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- S. Dhaouadi; A. H. Mougou; M. L. Gleason; A. Rhouma; E. J. Fichtner
- Plant disease 2020 v.104 no.4 pp. 1250
- Euonymus japonicus; Iresine herbstii; Pistacia vera; Rhodococcus fascians; Rhodococcus rhodochrous; abnormal development; analysis of variance; branching; coasts; growth chambers; growth retardation; internodes; leaves; micropropagation; mixed infection; new geographic records; nucleotide sequences; pathogenicity; phenotype; pistachios; plant growth; plant height; plant nurseries; ribosomal DNA; roots; rootstocks; screening; sequence analysis; tissue culture; Tunisia; Western United States
- ... In 2018, approximately 50% of Japanese spindle plants (Euonymus japonicus) originating from tissue culture and grown in a Tunisian nursery on the south coast of Cape Bon exhibited abnormal development including stunting, shortened internodes, and enhanced lateral shoot proliferation. Because these same symptoms were recently caused by Rhodococcus spp. on micropropagated Iresine herbstii in another ...
- Badii Gaaliche; Mouna Aїachi-Mezghani; Mehdi Trad; Evelyne Costes; Pierre-Eric Lauri; Messaoud Mars
- International journal of fruit science 2016 v.16 no.4 pp. 378-394
- Ficus carica; branches; branching; community programs; cultivars; figs; genetic improvement; phenotypic variation; plant architecture; shoots; trees; Tunisia
- ... Tree architecture describes plant form by defining the spatial organization of different structures. Shoot branching is an important step in understanding the tree architecture. Such studies are required for analyzing phenotypic diversity of plant architecture. Because such studies are rare on fig trees, the architecture diversity among nine Tunisian fig cultivars grown in Chott-Mariem (center-eas ...
- Nedra Slama; Houda Mankai; Ameni Ayed; Karim Mezhoud; Catherine Rauch; Hadeer Lazim; Insaf Barkallah; Maher Gtari; Ferid Limam
- Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 2014 v.105 no.2 pp. 377-387
- Gram-negative bacteria; Staphylococcus; Streptomyces griseoincarnatus; Streptomyces variabilis; antibacterial properties; branching; chemotaxonomy; malt; mycelium; nucleotide sequences; phylogeny; ribosomal RNA; soil; sporangia; spores; yeast extract
- ... A novel actinomycete strain designated CN-207(T) was isolated from northern Tunisian soil. This strain exhibited potent broad spectrum antibacterial activity against clinical isolates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus species and several other Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. Strain CN-207(T) developed greyish aerial mycelium and pale grey substrate mycelium on yeast extract/malt ag ...