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Bacterial wilt revisited

, : Bacterial wilt revisited. Bacterial wilt disease in Asia and the South Pacific: 126-143

The progress in understanding the basic evolution and biology of the diseases caused by Pseudomonas solanacearum during the last 20 yr is reviewed and critical suggestions made for future research into the nature of virulence, strs. and host-parasite interaction.

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