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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-Irene MugoScientists find banana varieties resistant to bacterial wiltA team led by scientists from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) have announced a breakthrough in the search for banana varieties that are resistant to the lethal bacterial wilt disease.
All the treatments had bacterial wilt symptoms however; compared to the controls the microbial inoculated treatments and the organic amendments were effective in reducing bacterial wilt disease (Figure 2).
M., Determination of races and biovars of Ralstonia solanacearum causing bacterial wilt disease of potato.
Bacterial wilt disease has caused a serious threat to the banana industry in Malaysia.
One reason is that the new variety which was developed by Indian scientists is resistant to the bacterial wilt disease. This is a serious disease of eggplant and tomatoes.
Kartika, "Selection and characterization of endophytic bacteria as biocontrol agents of tomato Bacterial Wilt Disease," Hayati Journal of Biosciences, vol.
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.
Individual lines were grown in separate black shank and bacterial wilt disease nurseries.
Single plant selections were made in an [F.sub.2] population grown in a bacterial wilt disease nursery.
The use of resistant or tolerant varieties, cultural practices, chemical control and biological control are commonly employed methods to control bacterial wilt disease (Dalal et al., 1999).
JK1, a causative agent of wilt disease in pathumma, would be useful for further monitoring the effects and mechanisms of the bacteria on pathumma in order to control and minimize the bacterial wilt disease by green chemistry in the future.