Rust Fungus Diferentiation on Host Leaves

기주식물엽에 있어서 녹병균의 분화

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  • Rohringer R.
  • 김원겸 (Canada 농림부) ;
  • Published : 1975.03.01

Abstract

As a basic study to elucidate nutritional physiology and composition of synthetic medium of red rotting bacteria, Erwinia carotovora, of ginseng, the effects of hydrogen ion concentration, various kinds of carbon sources, nitrogen source, micrometallic salts and it's concentration on the gorwth of the bacteria were investigated and the results were as follows. Optimal pH in the basal medium for the growth of the bacteria was 6.5. After incubation the pH in culture media was neutralized. Among the various kinds of carbon sources, sucrose, glucose mannitol, but organic acids were not utilized effectively as nutrients. After incubation the pH turned acidic. Alanine as organic nitrogen sources nad ammonium sulfate as inorganic nitrogen promoted the growth, but L-valine and sodium nitrite were the least effective. Ferric chloride 1.0mg/dl and ferrous sulfate 100mg/dl were the most effective as micrometallic sources. Control and boric acid were the least effective. New synthetic medium based on the above results was follows ; Alanine 1.0g, $KH_2PO_4$ 1.0g, sucrose 30.0g, $MgSo_4$ $7H_2$O 0.5g, $FeCl_36H_2$O 1.0mg thiamine 200.gamma.g, and distilled water 1000ml, pH6.5.

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