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Difference of Xanthomonas campestris strains isolated from soybean, cowpea and mung bean in pathogenicity and bacteriological properties



Difference of Xanthomonas campestris strains isolated from soybean, cowpea and mung bean in pathogenicity and bacteriological properties



Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University 33(3-4): 305-314



Bacterial strains were isolated from the leaves of pustule-infected soyabean and blight-infected cowpea and mung bean collected from Japan and Thailand. The 48 strains were divided into 3 pathovars. Twenty-seven strains isolated from soyabean caused severe pustules on soyabean leaves but very slight symptoms of blight on cowpea and mung bean. This suggests that they belong to X. c. pv. glycines.

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