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Related to erwinia: Erwinia chrysanthemi, Erwinia amylovora
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Noun1.erwinia - rod-shaped motile bacteria that attack plants
enteric bacteria, enterics, enterobacteria, entric - rod-shaped Gram-negative bacteria; most occur normally or pathogenically in intestines of humans and other animals
genus Erwinia - a genus of bacteria
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The increase in total revenues was driven by higher net product sales of Xyrem (sodium oxybate) oral solution and Erwinaze/Erwinase (asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi).
The authors pointed out the presence of bacterial plant pathogens, as for instance Ralstonia spp and Erwinia billingiae, and raised the question whether sandflies may act as vectors of plant pathogens (3).
Erwinia herbicola and Enterobacter agglomerans have been synonymized with pantoea agglomerans so these 3 genera identified in chilli thrips could represent a single taxon found in association with several insects (Medina et al.
PN 33 [18], Paenibacillus Amylolyticus [35], Erwinia aroideae [20].
marketed products in these areas include: Xyrem([R]) (sodium oxybate) oral solution, Erwinaze([R]) (asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi), Prialt([R]) (ziconotide) intrathecal infusion, Luvox CR([R]) (fluvoxamine maleate), FazaClo([R]) (clozapine, USP) HD and FazaClo LD.
In order to convert the sugars, Wie Zou and his team at the NRC relied on two species of bacteria, Erwinia rhapontici and Protaminobacter rubrum.
Based on their morphological, biochemical characterization isolates were identified as the following: AF1-GT1 to be Erwinia species, AF8-GT and AF10-MT to be Bacillus species, AF11-GT to be Pseudomonas aerogenosa, AF203-MH to be Saccharomyces cerevieace and AF104-MH to be filamentous type of Actinomyces species.
2004) relataram que a presenca de Bacillus thuringiensis inibiu o desenvolvimento da virulencia de Erwinia carotovara, mas nao impediu seu crescimento na planta.
Recently, we discovered that the same causal organism of lenticel rot is associated with a decline of potato plants called Erwinia early dying.