characterization of fe(iii)-reducing enrichment cultures and isolation of fe(iii)-reducing bacteria from the savannah river site, south carolina.the savannah river site, south carolina (srs), has been subjected to heavy metal and radionuclide contamination. dissimilatory fe(iii)-reducing bacteria, by reducing insoluble fe(iii) to soluble fe(ii), may enhance contaminant mobility through subsurface environments. in order to investigate populations of the indigenous iron-reducing microbes from the srs, duplicate enrichment cultures were initiated using a 10% inoculum of 7 sediment/soil samples, and serial dilutions were made into wolfe's mi ...200616730954
role of pantoea agglomerans in opportunistic bacterial seed and boll rot of cotton (gossypium hirsutum) grown in the investigate the aetiology of seed and boll rot of cotton grown in south carolina (sc).200717184328
relationship between piercing-sucking insect control and internal lint and seed rot in southeastern cotton (gossypium hirsutum l.).in 1999, crop consultants scouting for stink bugs (hemiptera spp.) in south carolina discovered a formerly unobserved seed rot of cotton that caused yield losses ranging from 10 to 15% in certain fields. the disease has subsequently been reported in fields throughout the southeastern cotton belt. externally, diseased bolls appeared undamaged; internally, green fruit contain pink to dark brown, damp, deformed lint, and necrotic seeds. in greenhouse experiments, we demonstrated transmission of the ...201526470293
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