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Identification of Uncultured Bacterial Species from Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes and CANDIDATUS Saccharibacteria as Candidate Cellulose Utilizers from the Rumen of Beef Cows

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Lee Opdahl et al. (2018). Microorganisms 6 (1)
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The ability of ruminants to utilize cellulosic biomass is a result of the metabolic activities of symbiotic microbial communities that reside in the rumen. To gain further insight into this complex microbial ecosystem, a selection-based batch culturing approach was used to identify candidate cellulose-utilizing bacterial consortia. Prior to culturing with cellulose, rumen contents sampled from three beef cows maintained on a forage diet shared 252 Operational Taxonomic Units (OTUs), accounting f

A REVIEW ON GREENING DISEASE AND INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF CANDIDATUS LIBERIBACTER SPECIES IN CITRUS

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Joshi, Khanal (2020). Reviews In Food And Agriculture 1 (2)
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Citrus greening disease, recently known as huanglongbing disease, is known to wreak havoc not only in Nepal but across the globe as it is non-curable once trees are affected. In 1919, this disease was reported first time in China, most likely originating from Taiwan. It then spread to more than a hundred countries and was recorded in Nepal for the first time from Pokhara Valley in 1968. Till now, there is no established solution for this century-old and yet, newly evolving disease. Being a vecto

Candidatus phytoplasma Rubi (witches'-broom phytoplasma disease)

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Marcone (2021).
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Abstract RUS is of considerable economic importance, especially in areas where outbreaks occur. It has been described as a serious and widespread problem of raspberry in the former Soviet Union (see van der Meer (1987) for references). After the First World War, the disease became disastrous in raspberry areas in southern parts of The Netherlands, and many young plantations, started with healthy plant material, contained 60-90% infected plants in the second year after planting (see van d

Detection of Helicobacter candidatus suis by pcr in oesophagogastric ulcers of swine in Italy

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Appino et al. (2006). Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 54 (4)
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The aim of this study was to evaluate by PCR the presence of Helicobacter spp. in gastric mucus from the fundic region of the stomach and to investigate its role in oesophagogastric ulcers in swine bred and regularly slaughtered in Piedmont (Northern Italy). Stomachs from 595 regularly slaughtered swine were subjected to gross pathological examination in order to evaluate the presence of gastric ulcers (revealed in 75 cases, 12.6%). Histopathological examination was performed to better character

Report of candidatus Mycoplasma haematoparvum and Mycoplasma haemocanis canine natural infections in Massambaba restinga, Brazil

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Miranda et al. (2019).
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Background: Tick-borne diseases are frequent in the Southeastern section of Brazil. The most prevalent canine parasites diagnosed are Ehrlichia canis, Babesia gibsoni, Babesia canis and Anaplasma platys, although Mycoplasma haemocanis and candidatus Mycoplasma haematoparvum have been registered in the country. Methods: When two clinically healthy dogs from a suburban area of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with history of being heavily infested with ticks were examined at Idexx Refer

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Anonymous (2013).
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