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פותח על ידי קלירמאש פתרונות בע"מ -
Axenic Culture of a Plant Pathogenic Spiroplasma
Year:
1973
Source of publication :
Nature
Authors :
בר-יוסף, משה
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Volume :
244
Co-Authors:

Daniels, M.J.; Markham, P.G.; Meddins, B.M.; Plaskitt, A.; Townsend, R.

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From page:
523
To page:
524
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Total pages:
2
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Abstract:

Evidence has accumulated that a number of insect-transmitted plant diseases of the “yellows” group result from the infection of plants by organisms resembling mycoplasmas1–2. Circumstantial evidence suggests that two such diseases, corn stunt and citrus stubborn, may be caused by a novel type of helical prokaryotic microorganism lacking a cell wall, for which the trivial name “spiroplasma” has been proposed3. The agent of corn stunt has so far defied attempts at culture in a cell-free medium and although an organism associated with citrus stubborn disease has been successfully cultured from diseased plants4,5 it has not, to our knowledge, been shown to be a plant pathogen.

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plant diseases and disorders
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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1038/244523a0
Article number:
0
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Publication Type:
מאמר
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Language:
אנגלית
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Axenic Culture of a Plant Pathogenic Spiroplasma
244

Daniels, M.J.; Markham, P.G.; Meddins, B.M.; Plaskitt, A.; Townsend, R.

Axenic Culture of a Plant Pathogenic Spiroplasma

Evidence has accumulated that a number of insect-transmitted plant diseases of the “yellows” group result from the infection of plants by organisms resembling mycoplasmas1–2. Circumstantial evidence suggests that two such diseases, corn stunt and citrus stubborn, may be caused by a novel type of helical prokaryotic microorganism lacking a cell wall, for which the trivial name “spiroplasma” has been proposed3. The agent of corn stunt has so far defied attempts at culture in a cell-free medium and although an organism associated with citrus stubborn disease has been successfully cultured from diseased plants4,5 it has not, to our knowledge, been shown to be a plant pathogen.

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