Mary W. Olsen

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Labyrinthula terrestris, the causal agent of rapid blight disease in cool-season turfgrasses, is the first Labyrinthula species found to be associated with higher plants in terrestrial ecosystems. An initial study suggested a single common genotype associated with turfgrass in the US, but a later study revealed genetic diversity in this pathogen. In the(More)
The surge of interest in fluorescent pseudomonads was spurred by discoveries that members of this group are capable of increasing plant growth and suppressing disease upon introduction into the soil or rhizosphere (Burr et al. The possible involvement of fluorescent siderophores (FS) in plant growth promotion and disease suppression has been inferred by(More)
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