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Epiphytic Erwinias to control fire blight



Epiphytic Erwinias to control fire blight



Acta Horticulturae (704): 289-292



Several epiphytic bacteria isolated from healthy apple and pear flowers were characterized by their phenotypic properties and by DNA sequence comparisons. Selected epiphytes from Australia and South Africa induced hypersensitive response (HR) on tobacco leaves and produced the exopolysaccharide levan.

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