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.
amylovora, Ralstonia solanacearum, and
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.
Proposed name Oxidase Catalase Motility Gram Erwinia
Non-randomised study comparing toxicity of Escherichia coli and Erwinia
asparaginase in children with leukaemia.
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.