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This data has been extracted from databases maintained by the
U.S. National Fungus Collections.
Synonyms listed in the nomenclature report are used in the searches.

This report contains data from the following databases: Fungus-Host, Literature

Mar 06, 2021

There are no records for Pseudomonas syringae in the Nomenclature database.

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 29 records for Pseudomonas syringae.

Pseudomonas syringae:

Actinidia sp.: China - 37549,

Avena sativa Australia - 6801,

Brassica juncea South Carolina - 40416,

Brassica oleracea South Carolina - 40416,

Brassica oleracea var. botrytis Australia - 6801,

Brassica rapa South Carolina - 40568,

Citrus limon Australia - 6801,

Citrus limonia South Africa - 6959,

Citrus sinensis South Africa - 6959,

Crotalaria juncea South Africa - 6959,

Crotalaria spectabilis South Africa - 6959,

Cucumis melo Australia - 6801,

Cyamopsis tetragonoloba Australia - 6767,

Lycopersicon esculentum Australia - 6801,

Malus sylvestris Australia - 6801,

Morus nigra Australia - 6801,

Olea europaea Australia - 6801,California - 46184,

Passiflora edulis New Zealand - 6224,

Pennisetum purpureum South Africa - 6959,

Persea americana South Africa - 6959,

Prunus armeniaca South Africa - 6959,

Prunus persica South Africa - 6959,

Pyrus communis Australia - 6801,

Rosa sp. Australia - 6801,

Setaria italica South Africa - 6959,

Sorghum caffrorum South Africa - 6959,

Vicia faba South Africa - 6959,

Vigna unguiculata South Africa - 6959,

The Literature database has 51 records for Pseudomonas syringae.

Alvarez, E., Braun, E.J., and McGee, D.C. 1995. New assays for detection of Pseudomonas syringae pv. glycinea in soybean seed. Pl. Dis. 79: 12-14. (29550)

Arsenijevic, M., and Masirevic, S. 1989. Bacterial leaf spot and blight of sunflower caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. helianthi in Yugoslavia. Pl. Dis. 73: 368. (24905)

Arsenijevic, M., Masirevic, S., and Goto, M. 1993. First report of bacterial leaf spot of castor bean in Yugoslavia. Pl. Dis. 76: 1283. (27566)

Audy, P., Braat, C.E., Saindon, G., Huang, H.C., and Laroche, A. 1996. A rapid and sensitive PCR-based assay for concurrent detection of bacteria causing common and halo blights in bean seed. Phytopathology 86: 361-366. (30175)

Bishop, A.L., and Basarich, L. 1989. Leaf spot and stem canker of Ginkgo biloba caused by Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 73: 368. (24904)

Brown, C.S., and McCarter, S.M. 1991. A leaf spot and blight of abelmoschus moschatus caused by a pathovar of Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 75: 424-429. (25966)

Bull, C.T., Goldman, P., and Koike, S.T. 2004. Bacterial blight on arugula, a new disease caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. alisalensis in California. Pl. Dis. 88: 1384. (39477)

Burr, T.J., and Katz, B.H. 1984. Overwintering and distribution pattern of Pseudomonas syringae pv. papulans and pv. syringae in apple buds. Pl. Dis. 68: 383-385. (17745)

Butler, L.D., and Fenwick, H.S. 1970. Austrian winter pea, a new host of Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. Reporter 54: 467-471. (21864)

CABI/EPPO 2002. Pseudomonas syringae pv. persicae. Distrib. Maps Pl. Dis. 859: 1-2. (37535)

Canfield, M.L., Baca, S., and Moore, L.W. 1986. Isolation of Pseudomonas syringae from 40 cultivars of diseased woody plants with tip dieback in Pacific Northwest nurseries. Pl. Dis. 70: 647-650. (21860)

Chen, M.-M. 2002. Forest fungi phytogeography: Forest fungi phytogeography of China, North America, and Siberia and international quarantine of tree pathogens. Pacific Mushroom Research and Education Center, Sacramento, California, 469 pages. (37549)

Ciccarone, C. 1990. Occurrence and distribution of Pseudomonas syringae subsp. savastanoi in Jordan. Phytopathol. Medit. 30: 64-66. (26211)

Cintas, N.A., Koike, S.T., and Bull, C.T. 2002. A new pathovar, Pseudomonas syringae pv. alisalensis pv. nov., proposed for the causal agent of bacterial blight of broccoli and broccoli raab. Pl. Dis. 86: 992-998. (37085)

Conn, K.E., Gubler, W.D., and Hasey, J.K. 1993. Bacterial blight of kiwifruit in California. Pl. Dis. 77: 228-230. (28266)

Cook, R.P., and Dubé, A.J. 1989. Host-pathogen index of plant diseases in South Australia. South Australian Department of Agriculture, 1-142 pages. (6801)

Cooksey, D.A., and Koike, S.T. 1990. A new foliar blight of Impatiens caused by Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 74: 180-182. (25272)

Garibaldi, A., Bertetti, D., Scortichini, M., and Gullino, M.L. 2005. First report of bacterial leaf spot caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. viburni on Viburnum sargentii in Italy. Pl. Dis. 89: 777. (40045)

González, A.J., and Ávila, M. 2001. Disease of floral buds of kiwifruit in Spain caused by Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 85: 1287. (36541)

Gorter, G.J.M.A. 1977. Index of plant pathogens and the diseases they cause in cultivated plants in South Africa. Republic South Africa Dept. Agric. Techn. Serv. Pl. Protect. Res. Inst. Sci. Bull. 392: 1-177. (6959)

Hattingh, M.J., Roos, I.M.M., and Mansvelt, E.L. 1989. Infection and systemic invasion of deciduous fruit trees by Pseudomonas syringae in South Africa. Pl. Dis. 73: 784-789. (25105)

Hayward, A.C., and Waterston, J.M. 1965. Pseudomonas syringae. C.M.I. Descr. Pathog. Fungi Bact. 46: 1-2. (22910)

Jones, J.B., Chase, A.R., Raju, B.C., and Miller, J.W. 1986. Bacterial leaf spot of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis incited by Pseudomonas syringae pv. hibisci. Pl. Dis. 70: 441-443. (17374)

Kearing, S.A., Nowieski, R.M., and Grey, W.E. 1997. First report of spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa) stem dieback caused by Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 81: 113. (30784)

Keinath, A.P., Wechter, W.P., and Smith, J.P. 2006. First report of bacterial leaf spot on leafy brassica greens caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola in South Carolina. Pl. Dis. 90: 683. (40568)

Kennedy, B.W., Froyd, J., and Bowden, R. 1984. Bacterial blight of mock orange (Philadelphus spp.) caused by Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 68: 916-917. (18295)

Koike, S.T., Azad, H.R., and Cooksey, D.A. 2002. First report of bacterial leaf spot of spinach caused by a Pseudomonas syringae pathovar in California. Pl. Dis. 86: 921. (37063)

Koike, S.T., and Bull, C.T. 2006. First report of bacterial leaf spot of Italian dandelion (Cichorium intybus) caused by a Pseudomonas syringae) pathovar in California. Pl. Dis. 90: 245. (40367)

Koike, S.T., Gilbertson, R.L., and Little, E.L. 1993. A new bacterial disease of fennel in California. Pl. Dis. 77: 319. (28272)

Koike, S.T., Henderson, D.M., Azad, H.R., Cooksey, D.A., and Little, E.L. 1998. Bacterial blight of broccoli raab: a new disease caused by a pathovar of Pseudomonas syringae. Pl. Dis. 82: 727-731. (32971)

Koike, S.T., Smith, R.F., Van Buren, A.M., and Maddox, D.A. 1996. A new bacterial disease of arugula in California. Pl. Dis. 80: 464. (30199)

Kong, H., Patterson, C.D., Mitchell, R.E., Buyer, J.S., Aime, M.C., and Lydon, J. 2006. A mutation in an exbD gene reduces tagetitoxin production by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tagetis. Canad. J. Microbiol. 52: 1027-1035. (41093)

Korsten, L., and Kotze, J.M. 1987. Bark canker of avocado, a new disease presumably caused by Pseudomonas syringae in South Africa. Pl. Dis. 71: 850. (15425)

Kuwata, H. 1985. Pseudomonas syringae pv. oryzae pv.nov., causal agent of bacterialhalo blight of rice. Ann. Phytopathol. Soc. Japan 51: 212-218. (18082)

Luque, J., Martos, S., and Phillips, A.J.L. 2005. Botryosphaeria viticola sp. nov. on grapevines: a new species with a Dothiorella anamorph. Mycologia 97: 1111-1121. (40416)

Mateo-Sagasta, E., and Beltra, R. 1990. Leaf spot of cherry laurel in Spain caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum. Pl. Dis. 74: 615. (25404)

Moorman, G.W., Lukezic, F.L., and Levine, R. 1988. Pseudomonas syringae, causal agent of a leaf spot on Ulmus sp. Pl. Dis. 72: 801. (22200)

Pennycook, S.R. 1989. Plant diseases recorded in New Zealand. 3 Vol. Pl. Dis. Div., D.S.I.R., Auckland, -- pages. (6224)

Pernezny, K., Raid, R.N., and Jones, J.B. 1997. Bacterial leaf spot of cilantro in Florida. Pl. Dis. 81: 232. (30796)

Putnam, M. 1998. Pseudomonas syringae leaf blight, a new disease of Kalmia latifolia. Pl. Dis. 82: 1171. (33389)

Sahragard, N., Banihashemi, Z., and Taghavi, S.M. 1997. Identification of ice nucleation active bacteria on stone fruits in Fars Province. Iran. J. Pl. Pathol. 33: 69-72. (33194)

Sands, D.C., and Kollas, D.A. 1974. Pear blast in Connecticut. Pl. Dis. Reporter 58: 40-41. (17072)

Sawamura, K., Harada, Y., Kikuchi, T., and Ogawa, J.M. 1993. The apple industry in Japan. A historical sketch and diseases specific to the region. Pl. Dis. 77: 546-552. (28236)

Scortichini, M., Rossi, M.P., Loreti, S., Bosco, A., Fiore, M., Jackson, R.W., Stead, D.E., Aspin, A., Marchesi, U., Zini, M., and Janse, J.D. 2005. Pseudomonas syringae pv. coryli, the causal agent of bacterial twig dieback of Corylus avellana. Phytopathology 95: 1316-1324. (40359)

Shane, W.W., and Baumer, J.S. 1984. Apical chlorosis and leaf spot of Jerusalem artichoke incited by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tagetis. Pl. Dis. 68: 257-260. (17319)

Simmonds, J.H. 1966. Host index of plant diseases in Queensland. Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane : 111. (6767)

Spotts, R.A., and Cervantes, L.A. 1994. Pseudomonas canker of pear trees in Oregon, cultivar resistance, and effect of trunk guards on canker incidence and bacteria survival on bark. Pl. Dis. 78: 907-910. (28980)

Urbez-Torres, J.R., Peduto, F., Vossen, P.M., Krueger, W.H., and Gubler, W.D. 2013. Olive Twig and Branch Dieback: Etiology, Incidence, and Distribution in California. Pl. Dis. 97: 231-244. (46184)

Webster, D.M., Atkin, J.D., and Cross, J.E. 1983. Bacterial blights of snap beans and their control. Pl. Dis. 67: 935-940. (18293)

Wiebe, W. L., and Campbell, R.N. 1993. Characterization of Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola and comparison with P. s. tomato. Pl. Dis. 77: 414-419. (28247)

Wimalajeewa, D.L.S., Hayward, A.C., and Greenhalgh, F.C. 1983. A bacterial leaf spot of Protea cynaroides (king protea). Ann. Appl. Biol. 102: 339-344. (15440)

There are no records for Pseudomonas syringae in the Specimens database.



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Suggested citation: Farr, D.F., & Rossman, A.Y. Fungal Databases, U.S. National Fungus Collections, ARS, USDA. Retrieved March 6, 2021, from /fungaldatabases/

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