GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a genus of rod-shaped motile bacteria, classed among the
Enterobacteriaceae, that may attack plants. Species of Erwinia may also be cultured on artificial growth media.
- n. rod-shaped motile bacteria that attack plants
“Dickeya, which was previously known as Erwinia chrysanthemi, was first reported in Holland in the early 1970s, with subsequent reports from several European countries.”
“Species of Erwinia and Pseudomonas cause familiar “soft rot.””
“Of the bacterial diseases, the foul smelling wet rot in the tubers, caused by Erwinia carotovora, is of economic importance.”
“Other bacterial diseases, but of less importance, are bacterial stem rot (Erwinia cassavae) and Agrobacterium sp.”
“Other storage rots affecting sweet potatoes (and their causal organisms) are Erwinia chrysanthemi”
“A bacterial necrosis, first appearing as yellow leaves and stunted growth, is caused by Erwinia amylovora.”
“Studies on bacterial wilt of arracacha caused by Erwinia sp.”
“It is easily confused with Erwinia bacterial stalk rot.”
“Erwinia stalk rot: Causes symptoms similar to Pythium (see fungal stalk rots).”
“Erwinia carotovora quorum-sensing signaling molecule.”
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