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Erwinia


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Erwinia

Erwinia

Erwinia

Interaction of Erwinia tracheiphila and Muskmelon Plants

Type II quorum sensing regulates virulence in Erwinia carotovora ssp. carotovora

Cellular, physiological, and molecular adaptive responses of Erwinia amylovora to starvation

Application of signature-tagged mutagenesis to the study of virulence of Erwinia amylovora

Autoinducer-2 of the fire blight pathogen Erwinia amylovora and other plant-associated bacteria

The oxyR gene from Erwinia carotovora: cloning, sequence analysis and expression in Escherichia coli

Secretion and regulation Hrp mutants of Erwinia amylovora trigger different responses in apple

The rpoS gene of Erwinia carotovora: gene organization and functional expression in E. coli

Characterization of a periplasmic peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase in Erwinia chrysanthemi

Elisa Versus Immunolocalization to Determine the Association of Erwinia tracheiphila in Acalymma vittatum (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)

Development and Life Table of Acalymma vittatum (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), a Vector of Erwinia tracheiphila in Cucurbits

Stability of short sequence repeats and their application for the characterization of Erwinia amylovora strains

Characterization of Bacillus strains from apple and pear trees in South Africa antagonistic to Erwinia amylovora

Molecular genetics of Erwinia amylovora involved in the development of fire blight

Seasonal Variation in Percentage of Striped Cucumber Beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) that Vector Erwinia tracheiphila

Characterization of a new ViI-like Erwinia amylovora bacteriophage phiEa2809

 

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(family Enterobacteriaceae)

A genus of Gram-negative (see Gram reaction), rod-shaped bacteria which are typically motile with many flagella. They are found mainly as saprotrophs or parasites in association with plants. The genus includes some important plant pathogens, e.g. the causal agents of fire-blight and of soft rots of carrots, potatoes, etc.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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