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Occurrence of a rickettsia-like bacterium in the xylem of peach trees with phony disease



Occurrence of a rickettsia-like bacterium in the xylem of peach trees with phony disease



Phytopathology 63(11): 1422-1423



A pleomorphic bacterium was observed (by electron microscopy) in constant association with the xylem of roots and leaves from peach trees with symptoms of phony peach disease, but not in the xylem of healthy trees.

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