Aerial Plant Surface Microbiology (The Language of Science) by Cindy E. Morris, C. Nguyen-The, P.C. Nicot

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E. ) b~sects and the Plant Sul~ace, Edward Arnold, London. , Derrien, A. and Derridj, S. 1995, Possible role of fatty acids in the permeability of the leafcuticule to water soluble carbohydrates, p. 100 In: P~vc. 6th h~tet: ~vmp. Microbiol. Aerial Plant Stos[hce September 1995, Bandol, France. O. Box 56, FIN-00014 University of Helsinki Finland INTRODUCTION Plant aerial surfaces are colonised by a variety of microbes, including bacteria, fungi and yeasts. Some of these microbes are opportunistic pathogens, whereas others are specialised epiphytes.

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