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SUMMARY

The wide host-range antibiotic resistance plasmid RP1 was transferred from via into The plasmid was then acquired by both and in leaves and pods. This was the first step in the design of a model system to determine the possible epidemiological significance of antibiotic resistance plasmids in the control of plant disease.

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