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    Testing the Effect of UV Radiation on the Survival of Burkholderia glumae
    Authors:  Hari Sharan Karki and Jong Hyun Ham, date: 03/05/2016, view: 8995, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Burkholderia glumae (B. glumae) is becoming a serious threat in the major rice producing areas of the world. It was reported that Burkholderia spp., including B. glumae, are adapted to a wide range of ecological niches. Different bacterial strains show different levels of UV tolerance which may be due to the ...
    Burkholderia glumae Competent Cells Preparation and Transformation
    Authors:  Hiromasa Saitoh and Ryohei Terauchi, date: 12/05/2013, view: 10679, Q&A: 2
    [Abstract] Bukholderia glumae is a gram-negative bacterium which causes grain rot, seedling rot and panicle blight in rice and bacterial wilt in many field crops. This bacterium has been reported from major rice growing regions around the world and is now considered as an emerging major pathogen of rice (Tsushima et al., 1996; Jeong et al. ...

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