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W6 Biological Control of Bacterial Pathogens

W6 Biological Control of Bacterial Pathogens

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Biological Control of Phytopathogenic Bacteria
Ent 547 Fundamentals of BiologicalControlFall 2005
 
 
Phytopathogenic Bacteria
Prokaryotic
Covalently closed circular DNA in a nucleoid.
May contain plasmids.
No organelles
70s ribosomes
Small, 1-10 microns x 0.5 – 1 micron.
Reproduction binary fission.
Endospores.
Entry into plant via wounds (trichomebreakage, pruning, grafting, root tipelongation) or natural openings (stomata,hydathodes, lenticels).
 
 
Phytobacterial Lifestyles
Obligate parasites – fastidious bacteria.
Wall-less prokaryotes.
Rickettsia.
Grass endophytes.
Seed-borne.
Facultative saprophytes.
Prefers host but can live or survive outside host for short periodsof time (1 week to 4-5 years).
Seed-borne
Facultative parasites.
Opportunistic pathogens, generally efficient pathogens onceingress is obtained.
Can survive outside of host (soil) for years.

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