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    1. Ren, JP; Dickson, MH; Earle, ED
      CC-14-1 and CC-18-2 progenies of Chinese cabbage derived from somatic hybridization for resistance to bacterial soft rot

      HORTSCIENCE
    2. Ren, JP; Petzoldt, R; Dickson, MH
      Screening and identification of resistance to bacterial soft rot in Brassica rapa

      EUPHYTICA
    3. Ren, JP; Petzoldt, R; Dickson, MH
      Genetics and population improvement of resistance to bacterial soft rot inChinese cabbage

      EUPHYTICA
    4. Ren, JP; Dickson, MH; Earle, ED
      Improved resistance to bacterial soft rot by protoplast fusion between Brassica rapa and B-oleracea

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    5. Bartz, JA
      Suppression of bacterial soft rot in potato fibers by application of kasugamycin

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
    6. Schober, BM; Zadoks, JC
      Water and temperature relations of softrot bacteria: growth and disease development

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    7. PARK YW; LIM ST; YUN HD
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CMCASE GENE, CELB, OF ERWINIA-CAROTOVORA SUBSP CAROTOVORA LY34 AND ITS COMPARISON TO CELA

      Molecules and Cells
    8. PARK YW; LIM ST; YUN HD
      CLONING AND SEQUENCING OF THE CELA GENE ENCODING CMCASE OF ERWINIA-CAROTOVORA SUBSP CAROTOVORA LY34

      Molecules and cells
    9. Wright, PJ
      A soft rot of calla (Zantedeschia spp.) caused by Erwinia carotovora subspecies carotovora

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CROP AND HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    10. TOTH IK; MULHOLLAND V; COOPER V; BENTLEY S; SHIH YL; PEROMBELON MCM; SALMOND GPC
      GENERALIZED TRANSDUCTION IN THE POTATO BLACKLEG PATHOGEN ERWINIA-CAROTOVORA SUBSP ATROSEPTICA BY BACTERIOPHAGE-PHI-M1

      Microbiology
    11. ARSENIJEVIC M; TRKULJA V; OBRADOVIC A
      PATHOGENIC AND BACTERIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF YUGOSLAV ERWINIA SOFT-ROT STRAINS ORIGINATING FROM PEPPER AND EGGPLANT FRUITS

      Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz
    12. SCHOBER BM; VANVUURDE JWL
      DETECTION AND ENUMERATION OF ERWINIA-CAROTOVORA SUBSP ATROSEPTICA USING SPIRAL PLATING AND IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE COLONY STAINING

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    13. CARPUTO D; CARDI T; SPEGGIORIN M; ZOINA A; FRUSCIANTE L
      RESISTANCE TO BLACKLEG AND TUBER SOFT-ROT IN SEXUAL AND SOMATIC INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDS WITH DIFFERENT GENETIC BACKGROUND

      American potato journal
    14. KASTELEIN P; BOUMAN A; MULDER A; TURKENSTEEN LJ; VANVUURDE JWL
      THE EFFECT OF GREEN CROP LIFTING ON THE CONTAMINATION OF SEED POTATO-TUBERS BY PATHOGENIC ERWINIA SPP

      Potato research
    15. KRISHNAN HB; PUEPPKE SG
      CLONED CELLULASE GENE FROM ERWINIA-CAROTOVORA SUBSP CAROTOVORA IS EXPRESSED IN RHIZOBIUM-FREDII BUT DOES NOT INFLUENCE NODULATION OF COWPEA

      FEMS microbiology letters
    16. ROKKA VM; XU YS; KANKILA J; KUUSELA A; PULLI S; PEHU E
      IDENTIFICATION OF SOMATIC HYBRIDS OF DIHAPLOID SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM LINES AND SOLANUM-BREVIDENS BY SPECIES-SPECIFIC RAPD PATTERNS AND ASSESSMENT OF DISEASE RESISTANCE OF THE HYBRIDS

      Euphytica
    17. LOJKOWSKA E; KELMAN A
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF SCREENING FORBACTERIAL SOFT-ROT RESISTANCE OF POTATO-TUBERS

      American potato journal
    18. WRIGHT PJ
      EFFECTS OF NITROGEN-FERTILIZER, PLANT MATURITY AT LIFTING, AND WATER DURING FIELD-CURING ON THE INCIDENCE OF BACTERIAL SOFT-ROT OF ONIONS IN STORE

      New Zealand journal of crop and horticultural science
    19. ZIMNOCHGUZOWSKA E; LOJKOWSKA E
      RESISTANCE TO ERWINIA SPP IN DIPLOID POTATO WITH A HIGH STARCH CONTENT

      Potato research
    20. KOPPEL M
      METHODS OF ASSESSING POTATO-TUBERS FOR RESISTANCE TO BACTERIAL SOFT-ROT

      Potato research


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