Phytomonas

Phytomonas

An invalid bacterial genus name [Bergey’s]. Its type species is known as Pseudomonas (Phytomonas) savastanoi.

Phytomonas

a genus of protozoan parasites found in plants and insects.
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A first-hand guide to identifying the cause of a problem and to suggesting a general management strategy based on available research, it also describes infectious diseases caused by a virus, phytoplasmas, bacteria, fungi, nematodes, Phytomonas spp.
tarentolae (5, 10), Leishmania donovani (11), Trypanosoma brucei (5, 17-19) y Trypanosoma cruzi (20) y, secuencias parciales de los maxicirculos de Leishmania major (21), Leishmania amazonensis (22), Crithidia fasciculata (23, 24) y Phytomonas serpens (25, 26).
Demonstration of mRNA editing and localization of guide RNA genes in kinetoplast-mitochondria of the plant trypanosomatid Phytomonas serpens.
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (originally Bacterium phytomonas, and then Phytomonas tumefaciens) was identified as the agent of transmission in the 1930s (de Ropp, 1951; Link et al.
Responses of bean and tomato to Phytomonas tumefaciens extracts and [beta]-indoleacetic acid and wounding.
Hoja de cana de azucar con sintomas de Phytomonas rubrilineans y dibujo de la bacteria.