Contamination Control

Bacterial plant pathogens and control with antibiotics.

Much like mammalian cells, plant tissues are susceptible to fungal and bacterial phytopathogens which can cause serious diseases. Bacterial pathogens can cause disease though five major pathogenicity factors which include toxins, effector proteins, exopolysaccharides, phytohormones, and cell wall degrading enzymes. Notable phytopathogenic bacterial genera include Agrobacterium, Burkholderia, Xanthomonas, and Pseudomonas; all of which can be controlled by the use of antibiotics with low toxicity to plant tissues.

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Rifampicin sodium
Rifampicin sodium is a bacterial protein synthesis inhibiting antibiotic...
Spinosyn D aglycone, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Spinosyn D aglycone is an acid degradation product produced by hydrolysis of both saccharide groups on spinosyn D...
Spinosyn D 17-pseudoaglycone, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Spinosyn D 17-pseudoaglycone is an acid degradation product produced by selective hydrolysis of...
Spinosyn D, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Spinosyn D is the second most abundant component (comprising up to 15%) of the spinosyn...
Spinosyn A aglycone, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Spinosyn A aglycone is an acid degradation product produced by hydrolysis of both saccharide groups on...
Spinosyn A, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Spinosyn A is the major component of a complex of unusual, hydrophobic macrocyclic lactones isolated...
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