Erwinia


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Related to Erwinia: Erwinia chrysanthemi, Erwinia amylovora

Erwinia

 [er-win´e-ah]
a genus of gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic, motile, rod-shaped bacteria. E. herbi´cola has been associated with nosocomial septicemia.

Erwinia

a genus of plant pathogens and saprophytes. See also enterobacteriaceae.
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Diet-dependent effects of gut bacteria on their insect host: The symbiosis of Erwinia sp and western flower thrips.
Erwinia early dying affects plants grown from young or old seed.
Samples of Bacillus spores, Erwinia cells, and M52 virions were analyzed at the same time.
At least six species of INBs have been identified; Pseudomonas syringe [25], Pseudomonas fluorescence [25], Pseudomonas virdiflava [29] Erwinia herbicola [13]Erwinia ananas [5], and Xnathomonas campestris [5].
and Saccharomyces cerevisiae RPM Salmonella paratyphi, Staphylococcus aureus, Erwinia amylovora, serratia maracescense, Aerobacter aerogenes and saccharomyces cerevisiae BPM -- Key: SOP = Shell-on Periwinkles (boiled) RPM = Raw Periwinkle Meat (without shell, not boiled) BPM = Boiled periwinkle meat (without shell) -- = No growth.
agglomerans was found to handily outcompete Erwinia amylovora, the bacterium that causes fire blight.
a new species found in clinical specimens and reassignement of Erwinia dissolvens and Erwinia nimipressuralis to the genus Enterobacter as Enterobacter dissolvens comb.
The chief culprit is a bacterium called Erwinia chrysanthemi.
All of these, with the exception of Erwinia, are common in freshwater habitats.
AIBioTech, LLC, Richmond, VA, is pleased to announce the successful completion of an assay validation and sample analysis program which was a critical component of EUSA Pharma's Biologics License Application with the United States Food and Drug Administration, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, for its Erwinaze[TM] (asparaginase Erwinia chrysanthemi) drug product.