Indigenous Populations of Three Closely Related Lysobacter spp. in Agricultural Soils Using Real-Time PCR

@inproceedings{Postma2011IndigenousPO,
  title={Indigenous Populations of Three Closely Related Lysobacter spp. in Agricultural Soils Using Real-Time PCR},
  author={Joeke Postma and M. T. Schilder and Richard A. van Hoof},
  booktitle={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2011}
}
AbstractPrevious research had shown that three closely related species of Lysobacter, i.e., Lysobacter antibioticus, Lysobacter capsici, and Lysobacter gummosus, were present in different Rhizoctonia-suppressive soils. However, the population dynamics of these three Lysobacter spp. in different habitats remains unknown. Therefore, a specific primer–probe combination was designed for the combined… CONTINUE READING

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