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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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Characteristics of Erwinia‐like Organisms found in Plant Material
Summary The characters of 20 nonpigmented and 2 yellow pigmented isolates of Ervinia-like organisms from plant material (primarily pome fruit) are described and compared with those of ErwiniaExpand
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Characteristics of English Isolates of Pseudomonas syringae van Hall from Pear
Summary. The cultural and biochemical characters of 30 isolates of Pseudomonas syringae from pear are described and compared with isolates of Ps. syringae from other hosts and with a variety ofExpand
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Insect Transmission of Fireblight
SUMMARY The following insects, after being allowed contact with a culture of Erwinia amylovora and then enclosed with trusses of primary blossom of pear or apple, were found to transmit fireblightExpand
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Bacterial Wilt of Walfflowers Caused by Xanthomonas campestns
SUMMARY Bacterial wilt of wallflowers caused by Xanthomonas campestris is reported for the first time in the United Kingdom and a description is given of the disease symptoms. Isolates of X.Expand
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SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE BACTERIAL CONTENT OF WATER IN WATERCRESS BEDS
SUMMARY: Samples of water flowing into watercress beds had higher bacterial contents during the summer months although this was less marked among samples from deep underground sources. Outlet samplesExpand
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The distribution of Bacillus cereus and other bacteria in clean milk cans.
Summary The distribution of bacteria, including Bacillus cereus and mesophilic sporeformers surviving 100oC. for 2 minutes, was determined by swabbing different parts of milk cans from 2 dairiesExpand