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Introduction of a putative biocontrol agent into a range of phytoplasma- and liberibacter-susceptible crop plants
Year:
2017
Source of publication :
Pest Management Science
Authors :
Bahar, Ofir
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Belausov, Eduard
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Dror, Orit
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Mozes-Daube, Netta
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Nofar, Shoshana
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Ofir, Lidor
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Zchori-Fein, Einat
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Co-Authors:
Zahavi, Tirtza
Naor, Vered
Iasur-Kruh, Lilach
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Abstract:
Phytoplasma, the causative agent of bois-noir disease of grapevines, are vectored by the planthopper Hyalesthes obsoletus (Hemiptera: Cixiidae). A Dyella-like bacterium (DLB) isolated from H. obsoletus inhibits the growth of Spiroplasma melliferum, a cultivable relative of phytoplasma. Additional evidence suggests that DLB can reduce the symptoms of yellows disease in grapevine plantlets. The present aim was to test whether DLB could colonize a range of Phytoplasma- and Liberibacter-sensitive crop plants, and thus assess its potential agricultural use.
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DOI :
10.1002/ps.4775
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Introduction of a putative biocontrol agent into a range of phytoplasma- and liberibacter-susceptible crop plants
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Introduction of a putative biocontrol agent into a range of phytoplasma- and liberibacter-susceptible crop plants
Phytoplasma, the causative agent of bois-noir disease of grapevines, are vectored by the planthopper Hyalesthes obsoletus (Hemiptera: Cixiidae). A Dyella-like bacterium (DLB) isolated from H. obsoletus inhibits the growth of Spiroplasma melliferum, a cultivable relative of phytoplasma. Additional evidence suggests that DLB can reduce the symptoms of yellows disease in grapevine plantlets. The present aim was to test whether DLB could colonize a range of Phytoplasma- and Liberibacter-sensitive crop plants, and thus assess its potential agricultural use.
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