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An 8x draft genome was obtained and annotated for Ralstonia solanacearum race 3 biovar 2 (R3B2) strain UW551, a United States Department of Agriculture Select Agent isolated from geranium. The draft UW551 genome consisted of 80,169 reads resulting in 582 contigs containing 5,925,491 base pairs, with an average 64.5% GC content. Annotation revealed a(More)
Bacteria cause a number of economically important plant diseases. Bacterial outbreaks are generally problematic to control due to lack of effective bactericides and to resistance development. Bacteriophages have recently been evaluated for controlling a number of phytobacteria and are now commercially available for some diseases. Major challenges of(More)
The use of phages for disease control is a fast expanding area of plant protection with great potential to replace the chemical control measures now prevalent. Phages can be used effectively as part of integrated disease management strategies. The relative ease of preparing phage treatments and low cost of production of these agents make them good(More)
Bacterial pathogens are associated with plant diseases in temperate , subtropical and tropical environments and can account for The use of bacteriophages as an effective phage therapy strategy faces significant challenges for controlling plant diseases in the phyllosphere. A number of factors must be taken into account when considering phage therapy for(More)
The ability of bacteriophage to persist in the phyllosphere for extended periods is limited by many factors, including sunlight irradiation, especially in the UV zone, temperature, desiccation, and exposure to copper bactericides. The effects of these factors on persistence of phage and formulated phage (phage mixed with skim milk) were evaluated. In field(More)
  • B. Balogh, H. Piza-Katzer
  • 2006
Due to its superficial course and axial vascular supply, the brachioradialis muscle is particularly suitable for soft tissue defect grafting in the elbow region. The vascular and nervous supply are illustrated by an anatomical study. A review of the literature and two case reports emphasize the merits of this surgical modality.
  • B. Balogh, F. Frühwald, W. Millesi, H. Millesi, W. Firbas
  • 1988
Primary anatomic studies served for identification and differentiation of the individual mimetic muscles. As a second step, we investigated the clinical potential of ultrasound imaging to visualize the mimetic musculature in 15 volunteers. This examination technique was used to diagnose pathological alterations, especially associated with facial palsy. The(More)
  • B. Balogh, F. Frühwald, W. Millesi, H. Millesi, W. Firbas
  • 2005
(2hez le nouveau-n6, les insertions des ligaments sacro-sciatiques Sl~ nt conformes aux notions classiques de l 'anatomie adulte [9, f l . Le grand ligament sacro-sciatique s'ins~re en haut sur les ..u,.eux 6pines iliaques laOSt6ro-sup6rieure et inf6rieure et sur la fosse ~ laque exlerne adjacente. I1 s'ins~re 6galement sur lebord lat6ral ,ta Sacrum et du(More)
Bacteriophages were isolated from naturally infected citrus canker lesions from diverse locations in Florida and Argentina and characterized for host range using a world-wide collection of Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri (Xcc) strains. Sixty-seven bacteriophages isolated from citrus canker lesions in Florida (37 bacteriophages) and Argentina (30(More)