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Biological characterization of South African bacteriophages infective against Streptococcus uberis, a causal agent of bovine mastitis.
Mastitis is an inflammatory disease of bovine mammary glands and is the most economically important disease affecting dairy herds in South Africa, and globally. The incidence and history of mastitis in South Africa has ...
Integration of rapid hot water treatments and biocontrol agents to control postharvest pathogens of tomato.
Anthracnose and sour rot caused by Colletotrichum and Galactomyces (syn. Geotrichum) species, respectively, are major fungal postharvest pathogens causing significant losses of tomato fruit. The growing public concern ...
Characterisation of fluorescent Pseudomonas species causing foliar diseases of tomato in South Africa.
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