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Biochemical and MRFLP genomic characterization of antagonistic Pseudomonas fluorescens involved in biological control of brown spot of pear



Biochemical and MRFLP genomic characterization of antagonistic Pseudomonas fluorescens involved in biological control of brown spot of pear



Bulletin OILB/SROP 21(9): 273-278



Several strains of Erwinia herbicola and Pseudomonas fluorescens antagonistic to Stemphylium vesicarium, the causal agent of brown spot of pear, were isolated from a very wide range of environments. Strains were evaluated for in vitro antagonism against eleven fungal and bacterial plant pathogens and for their ability to inhibit infection of S. vesicarium and Erwinia amylovora on pear. Strains were also studied in relation to the utilization of 95 organic carbon sources with the Biolog system.

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