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Soybean flower-to-seed movement of epiphytic bacteria



Soybean flower-to-seed movement of epiphytic bacteria



Canadian Journal of Microbiology 22(3): 429-431



Epiphytic tracer bacteris (a Pseudomonas sp. and an Arthrobacter sp.) from soybean buds were introduced into open flowers of greenhouse-grown soybean plants. Of the 177 resulting pods cultured after surface disinfection, tracers were recovered from within 24. Seed from two of these pods also carried tracers.

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Accession: 041401604

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PMID: 943220

DOI: 10.1139/m76-064


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