Bacterial Blight Of Coffee In Kenya Caused By Pseudomonas Syringae Pv Garcae

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1994
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University of London
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Isolates of P.S. garcae from Kenya and Brazil were compared in pathogenicity tests on Caftea arabica L. var SL-28, and in biochemical and bacteriocin characteristics. Pathovar status is proposed for the Kenyan isolates in the name P.S. arabicae. Coffee isolates from either Kenya or Brazil were distinguished from P.S. syringae by pathogenicity on C. arabica var SL-28 and/or lack of ability to produce syringomycin.
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