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Variation in Pseudomonas morsprunorum and the selection of cherry cultivars resistant to bacterial canker



Variation in Pseudomonas morsprunorum and the selection of cherry cultivars resistant to bacterial canker



Annals of Applied Biology 94(2): 281-282



Infection caused by Ps. mors-prunorum during 1971-72 in Kent, UK, was more severe on Roundel than on the normally more susceptible variety Napoleon, owing to the presence of a colony variant (race 2) differing from forms of the organism previously described (race 1) in physiological and pathological characteristics. In inoculation experiments, race 2 isolates showed some specificity for Roundel and race 1 isolates some specificity for Napoleon.

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