Culturable bacterial microflora associated with nectarine fruit and their potential for control of brown rot.

@article{Janisiewicz2010CulturableBM,
  title={Culturable bacterial microflora associated with nectarine fruit and their potential for control of brown rot.},
  author={Wojciech J. Janisiewicz and Jeffrey S. Buyer},
  journal={Canadian journal of microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={56 6},
  pages={480-6}
}
Microflora of fruit surfaces have been the best source of antagonists against fungi causing postharvest decay of fruit. However, there is little information on microflora colonizing surfaces of fruits other than grape, apple, and citrus. We characterized bacterial microflora on nectarine fruit surfaces from the early stage of development until harvest. Identification of bacterial strains was made using MIDI (fatty acid methyl ester analysis) and Biolog systems. Biolog identified 35% and MIDI 53… CONTINUE READING

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