More than 270 scientists from 33 countries attended the 6th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria in College Park, Maryland, June 2-7, 1985. The Conference was jOintly sponsored by the International Society of Plant Pathology, Bacteria Section and by the United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service. The Conference provided an opportunity for the presentation and discussion of recent developments in phytobacteriology. The Conference was organized into five symposia, seven discussion sessions, contributed papers and poster presentations. More than 230…mehr
More than 270 scientists from 33 countries attended the 6th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria in College Park, Maryland, June 2-7, 1985. The Conference was jOintly sponsored by the International Society of Plant Pathology, Bacteria Section and by the United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service. The Conference provided an opportunity for the presentation and discussion of recent developments in phytobacteriology. The Conference was organized into five symposia, seven discussion sessions, contributed papers and poster presentations. More than 230 contributions were presented under the following topics: ice nucleating bacteria; detection, identification, nomenclature and taxonomy of phytopathogenic bacteria; applications and impact of new biotechnologies on phytobacteriology; bacterial phytotoxins; diagnostic phytobacteriology; management of bacterial plant diseases; and molecular biology, genetics and ecology, epidemiology of phytopathogenic bacteria. In addition, special sessions focused on Agrobacterium, Erwinia, Psedomonas and fastidious prokaryotes. This reflected the broad spectrum of current research activity in phytobacteriology. Furthermore, interest in this series of conferences clearly continues to increase. Key research scientists who are currently making major advances in phytobacteriology participated in the Symposia and Discussions. One of the most significant recent changes that has occurred in the field of plant pathology generally is the dynamic growth of research in which recombinant DNA technology is being applied in basic studies on bacterial plant pathogens. Results from investigations on the crown gall bacterium have stimulated expansion of research on other bacterial systems.
Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture .4
Agrobacterium.- Symposium Papers.- T-DNA Border Sequences Required for Crown Gall Tumorigenesis.- Coregulation of Promoters in the T-DNA and Virulence Region of the Agrobacterium tumefaciens Plasmid pTiC58.- Genes Involved in Indole Acetic Acid Production in Plant Pathogenic Bacteria.- Analysis of the Locus Involved in Plasmid Partitioning for the Native Agrobacterium Plasmid pTAR.- Role of Agrobacterium rhizogenes Hormone Genes in the Induction of Hairy Root.- Genetics and Molecular Biology of Agrocin Production and Sensitivity in Agrobacterium.- Ultrastructural Surveillance of the Infection Process Agrobacterium tumefaciens, Biovar Three in Grape.- Attachment of Agrobacterium tumefaciens to Host Cells.- Transfer of the T-DNA From Agrobacterium tumefaciens to Plant Cells.- Structure and Properties of Border Sequences in T-DNA Transformation.- Contributions.- Serological Study of Agrobacterium Biotypes.- Rapid Detection of Agrobacterium tumefaciens in Grapevine Propagating Material.- Control of Crown Gall in Swiss Apple Nurseries.- Biological Control of Crown Gall with an Agrocin 84-Producing Biotype 1 Transconjugant of Agrobacterium.- A Proposed Basis for Varietal Differences in Sensitivity of Grapes to Crown Gall Disease.- Host Range, Virulence and Genetic Variability of Agrobacterium tumefaciens Strains from New York Vineyards.- The Role of Membrane Atpase in Proline and Valine Transport by Agrobacterium tumefaciens.- Cloning and Nucleotide Sequence of TZS, A Cytokinin Biosynthetic Locus, from Agrobacterium tumefaciens Strain T37.- Factors Affecting the Biocontrol of Agrobacterium tumefaciens by K-84.- Biological Control of Crown Gall by Bacteriocin-Producing Bacteria.- Soft-Rot Erwinia.- Symposium Papers.- Pathogenesis by Pectolytic Erwinias.- Serology and Epidemiology of Erwinia Carotovora.- Changes in Populations of Erwinia carotovora in Relation to the Development of Soft Rot in Wounded Potato Tissue.- Molecular Cloning and Mutagenesis in Escherichia coli of Pectinase Genes from Erwinia chrysanthemi.- Erwinia Cellulases.- Possible Involvement of Outer Membrane Components in Erwinia chrysanthemi Pathogenicity.- Importance of Ketodeoxyuronate Pathway in the Degradation of Pectin in Erwinia chrysanthemi.- Assimilation: Ketouronate Pathway.- Assimilation in Soft Rot Erwinias: Cellobiose Pathway.- Genetic Systems in the Soft Rot Erwinia Group.- Development of a Chromosomal Map in Soft Rot Erwiniae.- Contributions.- Production of Cell Wall-Degrading Enzymes by Corn Stalk Rot Strains of Erwinia chrysanthemi.- Isolation and Characterization of Pectolytic Nonpathogenic Mutants of Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora (ECC).- Marker-Exchange Mutagenesis of the PelB Gene in Erwinia chrysanthemi CUCPB 1237.- Influence of Alkaline Salts on Growth and Pectate Degradation of Species and Subspecies of the Erwinia carotovora.- In Vitro Production of Extracellular Polysaccharides by Erwinia carotovora var. carotovora and Erwinia carotovora var. atroseptica.- The Application of Transposons to the Cloning of Genes from Erwinia carotovora.- Molecular Cloning of two Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora DNA Fragments which Mediate the Production of Similar Pectate Lyases.- Comparisons between Pectic Enzyme Genes from Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora and E. carotovora subsp. atroseptica.- Markers on a Large, Self-Transmissible Plasmid in Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora Strain 379.- Molecular Evidence for Linkage Between the Genes for a Polygalacturonase (peh) and a Pectate Lyase (pel) in Erwinia carotovora subsp. caro-tovora.- Cloning and Characterization of a Gene for Extracellular Protease of Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora.- recA-Mediated Induction of Pectin Lyase and Carotovoricin in Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora.- Genetics of the Damage Inducible Phenotypes of Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora: Characterization of Tn5 Insertional Mutants Defective in Pectin Lyase and Carotovoricin.- Chemotaxes of Erwinia carotov
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