Establishment of introduced antagonistic bacteria in the rhizosphere of transgenic potatoes and their effect on the bacterial community.

@article{Lottmann2000EstablishmentOI,
  title={Establishment of introduced antagonistic bacteria in the rhizosphere of transgenic potatoes and their effect on the bacterial community.},
  author={Jana Lottmann and Holger Heuer and Johann de Vries and Andreas Mahn and Klaus D{\"u}ring and Wilfried Wackernagel and Kornelia Smalla and Gabriele Berg},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2000},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={41-49}
}
In a field release experiment, rifampicin resistant mutants of two antagonistic plant-associated bacteria were used for seed tuber inoculation of transgenic T4 lysozyme expressing potatoes, transgenic control potatoes and non-transgenic parental potatoes. The T4 lysozyme tolerant Pseudomonas putida QC14-3-8 was originally isolated from the tuber surface (geocaulosphere) of T4 lysozyme producing plants and showed in vitro antibacterial activity to the bacterial pathogen Erwinia carotovora ssp… CONTINUE READING
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