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Misgana Mitiku

Department of Plant Pathology, South Agricultural Research Institute, Areka Agricultural Research Center P.O.BOX 79, Areka, Ethiopia

  • Research Article   
    Effect of Growth Media on the Pathogenicity of Enset Bacterial Wilt Pathogen ( Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum)
    Author(s): Misgana Mitiku*

    The nutritional requirements of plant pathogenic bacteria vary with the bacterial species and even the bacterial isolates under consideration. Some media are considered general all-purpose media and support growth of a large variety of organisms. From previous work experience, disease/EBW (Enset Bacterial Wilt) development intensity of pure isolate is less compared to its fresh isolate. Chemical/nutrient composition of different media is relatively different. Some chemicals in the medium may affect the level of pathogenicity of Xcm. during its growth stage. Identification of appropriate media for Xcm pure culture isolation is important. Therefore the current research work done with the objective of identifying bacterial growth media that has effect on pathogenicity of Xcm (X. campestris). To do this the pathogenicity of the isolates has.. Read More»

    DOI: DOI:10.35248/2157-7471.22.13.633.

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