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In-stem movement, isolation and identification of two bacteria and their antibiotic sensitivity

, : In-stem movement, isolation and identification of two bacteria and their antibiotic sensitivity. Acta Horticulturae (41): 183-198

Two bacterial species suspected of plugging the vascular system of cut flowers were followed with time in the snapdragon. There was a relationship between the keeping quality of flowers and the presence of bacteria. Water inoculated with a week-old culture of snapdragon stems and petals had the highest percentage of stem segments with bacteria. Bacteria were most prevalent on the basal 5 to 25 mm segments and were also detected up to 150 mm in some stems.

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