Erwinia


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Related to Erwinia: Erwinia chrysanthemi, Erwinia amylovora

Erwinia

[ər′win·ē·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of motile, rod-shaped bacteria in the family Enterobacteriaceae; these organisms invade living plant tissues and cause dry necroses, galls, wilts, and soft rots.
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In these areas, Jazz Pharmaceuticals markets Xyrem (sodium oxybate) oral solution and Erwinaze (asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi) in the U.
Hence there is a need to assay local medicinal traditional plants crude extracts in order to control Irish potato soft rot caused by Erwinia carotovora in tropical conditions.
In Frankliniella occidentalis, a geographically ubiquitous association with a near Erwinia species provisionally identified as pantoea agglomerans, is promoted behaviorally since thrips individuals prefer thrips-damaged leaves (de Vries et al.
Regulation of pectinolysis in Erwinia chrysanthemi, Annual Reviews in Microbiology, 50: 213-257.
Insecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis silences Erwinia carotovora virulence by a new form of microbial antagonism, signal interference.
Lenticel rot is often associated with a potato plant disease called Erwinia early dying (Powelson 1985).
In addition, LH0189 (154,379-162,484 bp) encodes a putative hemolysin/hemagglutinin-like protein that shows significant similarity to several members of the ShlA/HecA/ FhaA family of large outer membrane adhesins, including HecA from Erwinia chrysanthemi (49% similarity over 1,389/2,801 amino acids) (34).
Microrganismos produtores de levana Pesquisadores Acetobacter suboxydans Thachenko e Sevryugina (1989) Aerobacter leuanicum Erwinia Pterbicola Gunasekaran e Raj (1999) Streptococcus saliuarius Bacillus polymyxa Han e Clarke (1990) Fonte: Ernandes e Garcia-Cruz (2005).
coli to test tubes along with a regular plant bacterial pest, Erwinia chrysanthemi, the human pathogens readily joined the biofilm of the plant pathogen.