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Pathogenesis of Aplanobacter populi in cuttings and explants of Populus candicans.

Anton de Lange

Pathogenesis of Aplanobacter populi in cuttings and explants of Populus candicans.

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Published by Bronder-Offset in Rotterdam .
Written in English

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  • Poplar -- Diseases and pests.

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    Pagination71 p.
    Number of Pages71
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    Open LibraryOL14204536M

    () 6(11): Enrichment and isolation of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia A bacterium (MTP 42) was isolated from the rhizosphere of a medicinal plant Coleus forskohlii, on normal nutrient agar medium with glucose at pH 7, temperature 37⁰C and.   Sequence of phytoplasma rDNA (Accession No. AY ) was compared with others in the GenBank database by using BLAST. The greatest similarity (98%) was with papaya dieback phytoplasma (Accession No. Y) from Australia, a member of the 16SrXII Stolbur group ('Ca. Phytoplasma australiense') (Firrao et al., ). This is the first report of. American Research Journal of Agriculture, Volume 1, Issue 1, February ISSN 37 Effect of Bio-agents on Growth of the Tested Pathogenic Fungi in Vitro The tested isolates of antagonistic bio-agents were streaked at one side on PDA medium in plates and incubated for. RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Species boundaries in plant pathogenic fungi: a Colletotrichum case study Fang Liu1,2, Mei Wang1, Ulrike Damm3, Pedro W. Crous2,4,5 and Lei Cai1* Abstract Background: Accurate delimitation of plant pathogenic fungi is critical for the establishment of quarantine.


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Pathogenesis of Aplanobacter populi in cuttings and explants of Populus candicans. by Anton de Lange Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary. From cankers ofPopulus candicans Ait. in the Netherlands a bacterium was isolated which was identical withAplanobacterium populi Ridé, the causal pathogen of bacterial canker of poplars.

Cuttings ofP. candicans inoculated with bacteria through freshly made leaf scars showed typical symptoms of the by: 5. From cankers ofPopulus candicans Ait.

in the Netherlands a bacterium was isolated which was identical withAplanobacterium populi Rid, the causal pathogen of bacterial canker of poplars.

Topophysis and other influence on growth of cuttings from Black Cottonwood [Populus trichocarpo] and Carolina Poplar [x P. eugene. Abstract The influence of species, age, length, diameter, depth of planting, and position of cuttings in the tree (topophysis) were investigated in greenhouse experiments on 48 cuttings taken from a 7-year-old.

“Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia” is associated with witches’ broom disease of lime Pathogenesis of Aplanobacter populi in cuttings and explants of Populus candicans. book Oman and the UAE. A previous study showed that an infection by phytoplasma may not necessarily result in the physical appearance of witches’ broom symptoms in some locations in Oman and the UAE.

This study investigated whether phytoplasma strains belonging to “Ca. Cited by: 2. This book, intended mainly for those in the extension services, comprises chapters on general aspects (selection and treatment of specimens, isolation procedures, diagnostic strategy, culture preservation etc.), symptoms and their expression (including a host-pathogen index), diagnostic procedures for bacterial plant diseases, recent developments in techniques for rapid Cited by: Podococcus; Podococcus.

The genus Podococcus is in the family Arecaceae in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants). Statistics are at the end of the page.

Species in Podococcus. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Full text of "Micropropagation, genetic engineering, and molecular biology of Populus" See other Pathogenesis of Aplanobacter populi in cuttings and explants of Populus candicans.

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control. The explants were blotted on sterile blotting paper. In each petridish, segments were placed on potato dextrose agar (PDA). The dishes were sealed with parafilm and incubated at o. C ± 2. C for days in dark room till visible growth of organisms was observed. All the isolated organisms were subcultured and maintained as pure.

CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: Pathogenesis of Aplanobacter populi in cuttings and explants of Populus candicans. book measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g.

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pubescens and Paepalanthus sp. AU - Aristizábal, Catalina. AU - Rivera, Emma Lucía. AU - Janos, David P. PY - /8/1. Y1 - /8/1Cited by: Shoot proliferation from different explants of the 'Ogy' clone (Populus x euramericana). ) Multiple shoots from the explants of a control node, modified node with th e axillary bud excised ( mg/1zeatin), reutilized stem ( mg/1BA), internode ( mg/1BA), and node ( mg/1zeatin).

) Shoot formation from the internodal explants; 1. ADVERTISEMENTS: The below mentioned article provides a study note on inoculum.

During unfavourable conditions like sudden change in temperature (high or low), effect of poisonous gas, disturbance of soil moisture relation etc., pathogen may occur inside the perennating organ or organs. With the onset of favourable condition, it becomes active and causes disease.

The. Soni Muhsinin et al., JIPBS, Vol 3 (4),95 statement of Pelczar et al., [18] which explains that the antimicrobial secondary metabolites produced by microorganism at the end of the stationary phase. Stephanococcus; Stephanococcus.

The genus Stephanococcus is in the family Rubiaceae in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants). Statistics are at the end of the page. Species in Stephanococcus. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions.

UKNCC Biological Resource: Properties, Maintenance and Management iv Preface Culture collections have provided a service to the scientific community for over fifty years. The first fiservice collectionfl was established by Franticek KrÆl in Prague towards the end of the nineteenth century.

Studies on Endophytic Fungi of Calotropis Procera (L.) with A View to Their Antimicrobial. DOI: / | PageAuthor: Debjani Roy Chowdhury, Swapan Kumar Chatterjee, Subhash Kanti Roy. Toppo, S.R. & Naik, U.C. Proc. of the IRSMT, Bilaspur University, Bilaspur Page | 7 The fungi referred to as Fusarium spp.

are the asexual state and are mostly known by their anamorph name and placed in the class Deuteromycotina ( imperfecti) (Nath, et al; Smith.

Start studying Minot Ch4 MicroBiology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Huawei Z, et al. IJPSR, ; Vol. 5(5): E-ISSN: ; P-ISSN: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research Exploration of endophytic microorganisms from selected medicinal plants and their control potential to multi drug resistant pathogens Arun Kumar G, Robert Antony A, V.

Rajesh Kannan Abstract Endophytes are microorganisms that live inside File Size: KB. ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’, associated with plants in the family Solanaceae Lia W. Liefting,13 Bevan S. Weir,23 Shaun R. Pennycook2 and Gerard R. Clover1 Correspondence Lia W.

Liefting [email protected] 1Plant Health and Environment Laboratory, MAF Biosecurity New Zealand, PO BoxAucklandNew Zealand. The use of endophytes, non-harmful fungi, bacteria, or viruses that naturally grow inside plants, is an emerging tool for managing plant. Makara Journal of Science 16/1 () doi: /mss.v16i/Makara 16/1 () 41 of the digestion was run with electrophoresis gel agarose with a concentration of agarosa 2% in buffer electrophoresis 1X TAE pH for 1 hour with aCited by: 1.

A Brief List of Plant Diseases Caused by Fungi. Fungi are responsible for approximately two-third of the infectious plant diseases. There are many plant diseases caused by fungi, like mildew, smuts, rusts, etc.

Know more about them through this article. Antimicrobial Activity of Endophytic Fungi Isolated From Vitex negundo Linn. Monali G. Desale* and M. Bodhankar Department of Microbiology, Yashwantrao Mohite College, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune-India *Corresponding author ABSTRACT Introduction In view of the increased global health.

originate from small shoot apices, called explants, that after the aseptic phase are grown under laboratory aseptic conditions in artificial culture media and controlled conditions of temperature, photoperiod and luminosity (NGOMUO et al.

The micropropagation technique provides a clearing of the pathogenic microbiota as well asCited by: 1. Biological Control of Plant Diseases by Serratia Species: A Review or a Case Study.

(17) Dipanwita Saha, Gargi Dhar Purkayastha and Aniruddha Saha. Abstract. Plant pathogens pose a substantial threat to the production stability and the maintenance of quality of food, feed, fibre and now fuel.

41 CZECH MYCOLOGY 68(1): 41–66, FEBRUARY 1, (ONLINE VERSION, ISSN ) Biological control of postharvest fungal rots of rosaceous fruits using microbial antagonists and plant extracts – a review SHAZIA PARVEEN*, ABDUL HAMID WANI,MOHD YAQUB BHAT, JAHANGIR ABDULLAH KOKA Section of Mycology and Plant Pathology, Department of.

Candidatus Phytoplasma palmae PLY Common Disease Name(s): palm lethal yellowing; lethal yellowing Taxonomic Rank: Monera: Tenericutes: Mollicutes: Incertae sedis: Incertae sedis Distribution This bacteria is not considered widely prevalent.

geranium cuttings, with 10% of the total production (8). Marigolds have long been regarded as a relatively disease-free crop, which no doubt contributes to their popularity. Bacterial leaf spot of mari- gold should be considered a disease of potential importance to the bedding plant industry of the United States.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology Print version ISSN On-line version ISSN Braz. Microbiol. vol no.2 São Paulo Apr./June Witches’-broom disease, caused by the bacterium Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia, has the potential to cause devastating loss of citrus trees.

The disease is prevalent in Asia and North Africa, and it is estimated that 30% of lime trees have been destroyed by this bacterium in Iran. 1 To investigate the interactions occurring during infection with Witches’-broom disease, the Author: Emily Humphreys.

The explants were blotted on sterile blotting paper. In each petridish, segments were placed on potato dextrose agar (PDA). The dishes were sealed with parafilm and incubated at 22 o C ± 2 o C for days in dark room till visible growth of organisms was observed.

Bacterial Diseases of Plants—page 3. they require a wound or natural opening, such as stom-ates, to get inside a plant host. Once inside they then kill.

" Taxonomy of endophytic fungi of aerial plant tissues " From the journal Microbiology of the phyllosphere / edited by N.J. Fokkema and J. van den HeuvelCited by: Brazil nut, Bertholletia excelsa, is a tropical evergreen in the family Lecythidaceae grown for its edible seeds (nuts).The brazil nut tree is very large with a long straight trunk which is 1–2 m (– ft) in diameter.

The tree only branches in the upper regions and the long branches are covered in large, leathery, oblong shaped leaves which form a spreading canopy. Use of Oospore Inoculum of Aphanomyces cochlioides to Initiate Blackroot Disease in Sugarbeet Seedlings1 c.

SCHNEIDER. Received for publication Aug Introduction. The beet water mold A phanomyces cochlz"oides Drechs., is one of the most important pathogens associated with the black root di­. Role of Entophytic Microorganisms in Biocontrol of Plant Diseases Wafaa M.

Haggag DEPARTMENT OF PLANT PATHOLOGY, NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTRE, CAIRO, EGYPT. [email protected] Abstract: Endophytic microorganisms are to be found in virtually everyplant on earth. Endophytic microorganisms existFile Size: 66KB. Fifty-two isolates of endophytic fungi were collected from the bark of Cephalotaxus mannii (plum-yew) trees located in the north of Thailand and the south of China.

All isolates were identified based on colony morphology and examination of spores and fruiting bodies using stereo and light microscopes. Thirty-five isolates (%) belonging to 13 genera were recorded, viz. Cited by: 5. Isolation, purification pdf identification of endophytic fungus producing Trichothecinol-A.

Total thirty endophytic fungi were isolated from leaves and stems of P. amarus and only one culture (AAP-PS-1) isolated from leaves was found to produce Trichothecinol-A extracellularly. Trichothecinol-A producing fungal culture was identified using molecular and Cited by: 9.Endophytic fungi from three commonly found seagrasses in southern Thailand were explored for their ability to produce antimicrobial metabolites.

One hundred and sixty endophytic fungi derived from Cymodocea serrulata (Family Cymodoceaceae), Halophila ovalis and Thalassia hemprichii (Family Hydrocharitaceae) were screened for production of antimicrobial compounds by a .Endophytic bacterial ebook in Maize plant cultivated on Acrisols of the Ebook of South Vietnam was studied.

Maize material was collected from five sites (provinces/cities) of this region. Endophytic bacteria were isolated in two kinds of medium (LGI, NFb) together with 16S rRNA gene fragments amplified from DNA using eubacterial universal primers (pFPL and p13B).