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NCPPB No.  683, Erwinia amylovora
Erwinia amylovora (Burrill 1882) Winslow et al. 1920 emend. Hauben et al. 1999
Name as received: Erwinia amylovora (Burrill 1882) Winslow et al. 1920
Country: UK
Host: Pyrus communis
Year Added: 1959

Media: NA, SNA
Year isolated: 1959
Isolated by: R.A.Lelliott S59/5
Other collections with
this strain (ref no):
ATCC 15580, CCM 1114, ICMP 1540, CFBP 1232, LMG 2024
Authenticity: the authenticity of this culture has been verified by the NCPPB or by a recognised authority
NCPPB Recommendation: the authenticity and virulence of this culture has been well confirmed. Customers are requested to ask for this culture in preference to others
Type strain of the species: Yes
Pathotype strain: No
NCPPB Recommended?: Yes
Pathogenicity: the pathogenicity of this culture was confirmed prior to initial freeze drying
Non-indigenous to all the UK: Yes
Non-indigenous to Scotland only: No
Notes Pathogenic to detached pear fruit
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