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Comment on “Evolutionary transitions between beneficial and phytopathogenic Rhodococcus challenge disease management”

  1. Jennifer J Randall  Is a corresponding author
  2. Rio A Stamler
  3. Craig E Kallsen
  4. Elizabeth J Fichtner
  5. Richard J Heerema
  6. Peter Cooke
  7. Isolde Francis
  1. New Mexico State University, United States
  2. University of California, Cooperative Extension, United States
  3. California State University, United States
Cite this article as: eLife 2018;7:e35272 doi: 10.7554/eLife.35272
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Comparison of pistachio ‘UCB-1’ clonal tree assays versus ‘UCB-1’ seedling tree assays.

(A) Clonal UCB-1 trees, transitioned out of tissue culture eight weeks prior to inoculation with Rhodococcus isolates 1 and 2. Four treatments were performed with 16 plants per treatment for each trial. The control plants were mock-inoculated with buffer. Three inoculated treatments included bacterial suspensions of Rhodococcus isolate 1, Rhodococcus isolate 2, and both Rhodococcus isolate 1 and isolate 2. Growth curves showing height of UCB-1 plants at multiple time points after inoculation. Error bars are standard error (n = 16). (B) Seedling UCB-1 trees inoculated with Rhodococcus. Reprinted from Savory et al., 2017. eLife 6:e30925.

© 2015, The American Phytopathological Society. Reprinted from: Stamler et al., 2015a, First report of Rhodococcus isolates causing Pistachio Bushy Top Syndrome on ‘UCB-1’ rootstock in California and Arizona. Plant Disease 99:1468-1476.

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