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Title Plant diseases caused by dickeya and pectobacterium species / Frederique Van Gijsegem, Jan M. van der Wolf, Ian K. Toth, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2021.

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Subject Plant diseases.
Erwinia.
Alt Name Gijsegem, Frederique van.
Wolf, Jan M. van der.
Toth, Ian K.
Description 1 online resource
Contents Chapter 1. General characteristics and history -- Chapter 2. Taxonomy and Evolution. I Toth, John Elphinstone -- Chapter 3 Environment to disease development. I Toth, Jacquie van der Walls, Kristyna Hromodova -- Chapter 4 Molecular plant pathogen interactions -- Chapter 5. Detection and diagnostics -- Chapter 6. Economic impact in potato cultures -- Chapter 7 Disease management -- Chapter 8. Soft rot diseases around the world -- Chapter 9. Outlook -- Chapter 10. Methodology section.
Summary This book provides a detailed review of many different aspects of pathogens, from the effects of single base pair mutations to large-scale control options, bringing into a single volume over 100 years of findings from thousands of researchers worldwide. Diseases caused by soft rot Pectobacteriaceae (SRP) are a major cause of loss to crop, vegetables and ornamental plants worldwide, and have been found on all continents except Antarctica. While different aspects of the SRP have appeared in other books on plant disease, no book, until now, has been dedicated solely to them.
ISBN 9783030614591 (electronic bk.)
303061459X (electronic bk.)
3030614581
9783030614584
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-61459-1
OCLC # 1229075109
Additional Format Original 3030614581 9783030614584 (OCoLC)1195449450



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