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BACTERIAL CANKER OF STONE‐FRUITS: IV. INVESTIGATION OF A METHOD FOR MEASURING THE INOCULUM POTENTIAL OF CHERRY TREES
Pseudomonas mors-prunorum Wormald, the organism causing bacterial canker of stone-fruits, was present on healthy cherry leaves during the autumn in numbers sufficient to suggest that they were theExpand
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CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH ISOLATES OF ERWINIA AMYLOVORA (BURRILL) WINSLOW ET AL.
SUMMARY The characteristics of 38 English isolates of Erwinia amylovora were studied independently at East Malling Research Station and at the National Agricultural Advisory Service LaboratoriesExpand
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BACTERIAL CANKER OF STONE‐FRUITS III. INOCULUM CONCENTRATION AND TIME OF INOCULATION IN RELATION TO LEAF‐SCAR INFECTION OF CHERRY
Leaf scars on the fruiting spurs of the cherry varieties Roundel (high resistance) and Napoleon (low resistance) were inoculated with Pseudomonas mors-prunorum on four separate occasions in theExpand
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Nonobstructive circumcaval (retrocaval) ureter. A report of 2 cases.
Two cases of circumcaval ureter without obstruction are described. The diagnosis of circumcaval ureter should be considered in the evaluation of a patient with medial deviation of the right ureter toExpand
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"Acute scrotum" in Henoch-Schönlein syndrome.
Two patients with Henoch-Schönlein syndrome presented with clinical pictures mimicking testicular torsion. No evidence of testicular torsion was found. A review of the literature revealed that testisExpand
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EXPERIMENTS ON THE MOVEMENT OF STREPTOMYCIN IN CHERRY TREES
Systemic activity of streptomycin in cherry trees was investigated by studying the penetration of the antibiotic into leaves and its subsequent translocation. Antibiotic penetrationExpand
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The Growth of Pseudomonas phaseolicola and Related Plant Pathogens in vivo
SUMMARY: In the leaves of their natural (homologous) hosts, the bean and cherry respectively, Pseudomonas phaseolicola and P. morsprunorum increased logarithmically for at least 4 days afterExpand
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Colocutaneous fistula: an unusual complication of retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy.
The unusual complication of colocutaneous fistula following retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy for testis tumor is presented. Etiology, management and prevention are emphasized.
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