Edited By: AC Hayward and GL Hartman
259 pages, Tabs
This is a disease which limits the production of many crop plants in the warm, temperate, subtropical and tropical regions of the world. This book provides a review of the disease and the bacterium that causes it. Reviewed are topics such as: taxonomy, phylogeny, genetics as well as recent advances from molecular biological approaches and the increasing use of bacterial wilt as a model system for the study of host-parasite interactions.
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