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Serological properties and specificity of Pseudomonas avenae Manns 1909, the causal agent of bacterial brown stripe of rice



Serological properties and specificity of Pseudomonas avenae Manns 1909, the causal agent of bacterial brown stripe of rice



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 57(2): 268-273



Agglutination tests with antisera to 4 isolates of P. avenae against 133 isolates representing 18 bacterial species showed that the P. avenae isolates contained some common antigens and the 4 antisera were highly specific to the 4 isolates. In agar gel double diffusion tests, 77 isolates of the pathogen from rice were grouped into 4 serovars.

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