Observations on Lysogeny in the Plant Pathogens Pseudomonas mors‐prunorum and Ps. syringae

@article{Garrett1963ObservationsOL,
  title={Observations on Lysogeny in the Plant Pathogens Pseudomonas mors‐prunorum and Ps. syringae},
  author={C. Garrett and J. Crosse},
  journal={Journal of Applied Microbiology},
  year={1963},
  volume={26},
  pages={27-34}
}
  • C. Garrett, J. Crosse
  • Published 1963
  • Biology
  • Journal of Applied Microbiology
  • Summary Phages were detected in 23 out of 56 cultures of Ps. mors-prunorum, the organism causing the bacterial canker of cherry and plum in south-east England, but not in 9 cultures of Ps. syringae from diseased pear trees. Attempts to free cultures from phage by repeated subculture from single colonies were in most cases unsuccessful, i.e. the majority of them were lysogenic and not carrier strains. This was confirmed for one strain by plating it with a suitable indicator strain, when a… CONTINUE READING
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