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Detection of enteric bacteria within locular tissue of healthy cucumbers

@inproceedings{CUCUMBERSDetectionOE,
  title={Detection of enteric bacteria within locular tissue of healthy cucumbers},
  author={THY CUCUMBERS}
}
  • THY CUCUMBERS
  • THE POSSIBILITY that bacteria might be present in the internal tissues of healthy vegetables has largely been ig­ nored in the past, although several re­ searchers have shown that such tissues can contain a mixed bacterial flora (Sam­ ish et al., 1963; Thomas and Graham, I 952). The significance of this phenome­ non, however, has not been fully eluci­ dated. Recently we reported the occur­ rence of internally-borne, soft-rotting plant pathogenic bacteria in certain healthy ap­ pearing… CONTINUE READING
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