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Author(s):Furuya, Morito; Ito, Takahiro
Author Affiliation:Shokubutsu Byoorigaku Kyooshitsu, Noogaku Kenkyuuin, Kyuushuu Daigaku Daigakuin [Plant Pathology Department, Agricultural Research Institute, Kyushu University Graduate School]
Title:Kyuushuu no gorufujoo ni oite kuriipingu bentogurasu ni hasseishita Acidovorax avenae ni yoru kajjoobyoo
Translated Title:[The occurence of brown stripe bacterial disease, Acidovorax avenae, on creeping bentgrass on Kyushu golf courses]
Section:Kenkyuu ronbun
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Translated Section:[Thesis research]
Source:Kenkyuusho Dayori [Half Annual Report of NGRI]. Vol. 62, 2006, p. 27-38.
# of Pages:12
Publishing Information:[Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Japan]: Nishi Nihon Guriin Kenkyuujo [Nishinihon Green Research Institute]
Abstract/Contents:"Creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) is a commonly used turfgrass species on golf course putting greens throughout Japan. A bacterial disease of creeping bentgrass was found in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan in 2000. A bacterial disease was characterized by brown stripes of the leaf sheaths. A nonfluorescent, aerobic, Gram-negative bacterium was consistently isolated from the infected plants. Infiltration of ten of the isolates into tobacco leaves resulted in a typical hypersensitive reaction. When creeping bentgrass were inoculated with these ten isolates, typical bacterial stripe symptoms were reproduced. The pathogen was reisolated from infection-leaves of 2 weeks after inoculation, thereby fulfilling the Koch's postulates. A sequence analysis of the genes cording for 16S rRNA revealed that the bacterium closely related to Acidovorax sp. On the basis of biochemical and physiological tests, the bacterium was identified as A. avenae subsp. avenae. The bacterium was tested for their pathogenicity by the pricking inoculation in stems of various plants with bacterial suspensions. The bacterium was pathogenic to Sorghum sudanense, S. vulgare, Zea mays, Avena sativa, Lolium multiflorum, Tricum aestivum; and Hordeum vulgare. It was only weakly pathogenic to Oryzae sativa and Panicum maximum. It was not pathogenic to P. coloratum; Astragalus sinicus, Desmodium intortum; Medicago sativa and Lotus cornicolatus. This is the first report of broun strip in creeping bentgrass occurred by A. avenae subsp. avenae in Kyusyu."
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Furuya, M., and T. Ito. 2006. Kyuushuu no gorufujoo ni oite kuriipingu bentogurasu ni hasseishita Acidovorax avenae ni yoru kajjoobyoo. (In Japanese) Kenkyuusho Dayori [Half Annual Report of NGRI]. 62:p. 27-38.
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