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Abstract

A procedure has been developed for rapidly inoculating large numbers of turnip seedlings with pv. , the causal agent of black rot of crucifers. Following mutagenesis bacterial mutants were isolated which showed altered pathogenicity. The mutants gave a range of responses on plants and some were impaired in their ability to grow in seedlings.

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