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Studies on the pathological physiology of tuber soft rot (Pectobacterium carotovorum var. atrosepticum (van Hall) Dowson) of potatoes. Relation between rotting process and carbon dioxide production


, : Studies on the pathological physiology of tuber soft rot (Pectobacterium carotovorum var. atrosepticum (van Hall) Dowson) of potatoes. Relation between rotting process and carbon dioxide production. Archiv fur Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz 9(4): 245-259

The increases in respiration in wounded tubers and those infected by P. c. var. atrosepticum rate of infection and severity of decay were significantly affected by the depth of wounding (5 and 15 mm), temp. (11 deg and 18 deg C), varietal resistance and aeration. After 120-190 h respiration reached a max. that was 170% higher in wounded tubers than in intact ones and 900% higher in infected tubers.

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