bacterial wilt disease

bacterial wilt disease

[bak′tir·ē·əl ¦wilt di‚zēz]
(plant pathology)
A common bacterial disease of cucumber and muskmelon, caused by Erwinia tracheiphila, characterized by wilting and shriveling of the leaves and stems.
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The topics include an H1N1 flu epidemic spatio-temporal evolution analysis system, the measures of separation of a fuzzy clustering, the influence of autogenous volume deformation on thermal creep stress in high-arch concrete dams, the isolation and identification of a new pathogen causing mulberry bacterial wilt disease, the numerical analysis of flow in the water jacket of an internal combustion engine, designing a two-level load balancer based on a web server cluster, a theoretical analysis and experiment on bubbling humidification flux, simulating an electro-mechanical sensor, a copper-clad aluminum winding alternator for vehicle applications, and an evaluation of the preparation technology on a chitosan-gelatin microcarrier by orthogonal design.
Bacterial wilt disease and the ralstonia solanacearum species complex.
Material from the Third International Bacterial Wilt Symposium reports on recent research on bacterial wilt diseases caused by members of the Ralstonia solanacearum species complex.