Volume 17 Part 1 Article 73: Extracellular Enzyme Producing Abilities of Pseudomonas Isolates Pathogenic to Oyster Mushroom

Volume 17 Part 1 Article 73
Year 2008
Title: Extracellular Enzyme Producing Abilities of Pseudomonas Isolates Pathogenic to Oyster Mushroom
Authors: A. Nagy, .E. Sajben, Z. Antal, L. Manczinger, C. Vágvölgyi

Abstract:

Pleurotus ostreatus is one of the most extensively cultivated mushrooms in the world, however signi cant loss of crop and quality arises from blotch diseases, caused by different bacterial pathogens. Brown blotch disease (Fig. 1.), caused by Pseudomonas tolaasii is well known, but other fluorescent Pseudomonas strains, interacting with Ps. tolaasii can cause light brown colored symptoms as well. In this study, the Pseudomonas strains of an infected Pleurotus ostreatus farm in Hungary were investigated.

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