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Genetic engineering of potato: an example of application of biotechnologies for the control of bacterial diseases in developing countries



Genetic engineering of potato: an example of application of biotechnologies for the control of bacterial diseases in developing countries



Rivista di Agricoltura Subtropicale e Tropicale 85(1): 25-38



Recent advances in genetic transformation for resistance to Pseudomonas solanacearum using the cecropin gene, an antibacterial gene first isolated from the moth species Hyalophora cecropia, are summarized with particular reference to the molecular analysis of transgenic clones, the activity of the inserted gene, and the evaluation of alterations induced by transformation in plant growth and yield.

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