Erwinia chrysanthemi

Erwinia chrysanthemi

(er-win'e-a, er- kris-an'the-me, -mi?)
A gram-negative bacillus of the family Enterobacteriaceae that causes plants to rot. It is the source of the enzyme asparaginase. Synonym: Dickeya dadantii
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Biological control of bacterial stem rot caused by Erwinia chrysanthemi on tomato.
Stalk rot of sorghum caused by Erwinia chrysanthemi Burkholder, McFadden, and Dimock is one of the most destructive diseases of sorghum crop.
Biosynthesis, purification and characterization of pectinase from Erwinia chrysanthemi 415.
Under the approval process, based on the pharmacokinetic study of intravenous asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi afterhypersensitivity to E coli-derived asparaginase, the agency conducted the intravenous administration trial at ten centres and assessed 24 patients for the primary endpoint.
Regulation of pectinolysis in Erwinia chrysanthemi, Annual Reviews in Microbiology, 50: 213-257.
carotovora (Ecc) and to a lesser extent by Erwinia chrysanthemi (Echr).
coli to test tubes along with a regular plant bacterial pest, Erwinia chrysanthemi, the human pathogens readily joined the biofilm of the plant pathogen.
Albornoz A, Rivera N (1980) Relacion serologica entre cepas de Erwinia chrysanthemi aislada de diversos hospederos.
Application of amplified fragment length polymorphism fingerprinting for taxonomy and identification of the soft rot bacteria Erwinia carotovora and Erwinia chrysanthemi, Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
Bacterial asparaginases are currently in use under different trade names such as Elspar from Escherichia coli and Erwinase from Erwinia chrysanthemi.