Fire Blight: The Disease and Its Causative Agent, Erwinia Amylovora
JoŽl L. Vanneste
CABI, Jan 1, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 370 pages
Addresses the bacterial disease, fire blight, and includes its epidemiology, distribution, host range, detection and infection. This work also considers the pathogen, including its biochemistry, genetics and pathogenicity, and finally reviews control, including biological methods.
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