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Erwinia amylovora Enfeksiyonu Sonrası Elma, Armut ve Ayva Çeşitlerinde Konukçu Protein Miktarlarının Belirlenmesi
Turkish Journal of Agriculture: Food Science and Technology
Fire blight disease caused by Erwinia amylovora is a destructive bacterial pathogen mainly on pears, apples and quinces from Rosaceae family. In this study, it was aimed determination of total protein amounts in different apple cultivars (Braeburn, Fuji, Gala and Golden), pear cultivars (Santa Maria and Williams) and quince cultivars (Eşme and Ekmek) in the infections of two virulent E. amylovora strains (Ea234-1 and Ea240-3) according as the time. It was taken leaf samples after leafdoi:10.24925/turjaf.v3i3.154-163.246 fatcat:nvcfpbcwifdchgimj3jtloz5ky