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Copper-Citrate as a Possibility for Control of Some Phytopathogenic Bacteria
(Dr. Amitava Rakshit, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Institute of Agricultural Sciences Banaras Hindu University, India, 2014)
(Institut za proučavanje lekovitog bilja 'Dr Josif Pančić', 2012)
Selective Quantification of Erwinia amylovora Live Cells in Pome Fruit Tree Cankers by Viability Digital PCR
The accurate assessment of Erwinia amylovora live cell populations in fire blight cankers by classic microbiology methods has major limitations. Some of them are the presence of competitive microbiota in samples that inhibit ...
Sugar Beet Cyst Nematode (Heterodera schachtii Schmidt): Identification and Antagonists
(Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2021)
Sugar beet is listed within the top ten most important crops in the world. The paleobotanic data suggest the sea beet was grown in the ancient times, while the beets with swollen roots were cultivated in the Middle Ages ...
Gene Flow From Herbicide-Resistant Crops to Wild Relatives
Development of herbicide-resistant (HR) crops is way to overcome problems in weed control due to weed resistance to herbicides and absence of new herbicides with a new mode of action for their control. Three types of HR ...
Transformation of Matter and Energy in Crops Under the Influence of Brassinosteroids
(Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2019)
UTICAJ EKOLOŠKIH USLOVA NA PRINOS SEMENA LUCERKE
(Agronomski fakultet Čačak, 2012)
Considerations for Using Bacteriophages in Plant Pathosystems
(Caister Academic Press, 06-2020)
Lytic bacteriophages (phages) have the potential for controlling susceptible bacteria in the rhizosphere or phyllosphere. The success of phage application in plant disease control requires that high populations of both ...
Major Phytoplasma Diseases of Forest and Urban Trees, Phytoplasmas: Plant Pathogenic Bacteria – I
In the northern hemisphere, yellows, witches’ broom, and decline diseases of several forest and urban tree species are widespread and of considerable economic and ecological significance. Elm (Ulmus spp.) and alder (Alnus ...