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Type: Thesis
Title: The role of agrocin 434 and other factors in the biological control of crown gall disease / Ali-Reza Ahmadi.
Author: Ahmadi, Ali-Reza, 1960-
Issue Date: 1996
School/Discipline: Dept. of Crop Protection
Abstract: The study concentrates on: investigation of the biological properties and role of agrocin 434 and other factors in the bicontrol process of crown gall disease; isolation of the complete range of K84 derivatives carrying different combinations of plasmids pAgK84, pAgK434 and pAtK84b in the same host background; development of a rapid plant bioassay to assess the efficacy of biocontrol strains by leaf disc tumorigenesis assay; and characterization of agrocin 434 synthesis and immunity genes.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Crop Protection, 1997
Subject: Crown-gall disease.
Rhizobiaceae Biological control.
Description: Copy of author's previously published work inserted.
Bibliography: leaves 114-136.
xiv, 144, [19] leaves, [18] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
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