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Endophytic Agrobacterium in crown gall-resistant and -susceptible Vitis genotypes

@article{Stover2015EndophyticAI,
  title={Endophytic Agrobacterium in crown gall-resistant and -susceptible Vitis genotypes},
  author={E. Stover and H. Swartz and T. Burr},
  journal={Vitis: Journal of Grapevine Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={36},
  pages={21-26}
}
Several methods were used to study endophytic colonization of Vitis genotypes by Agrobacterium vitis (AV). AV was seldom detected except at inoculated sites, indicating little systemic movement of the bacterium under the conditions of these experiments. AV populations at inoculated sites were evaluated for 10 months following inoculation of crown gall-resistant and -susceptible genotypes. Two months after inoculation, V. amurensis selections had significantly smaller populations than V… Expand

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