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PLANT DISEASE - 2009 - Xanthomonas wilt - A threat to banana production in East and Central Africa. International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) - RESPONDING TO BANANA XANTHOMONAS WILT AMIDST MULTIPLE PATHOGENS AND PESTS. AATF - 2001 - Amélioration de la résistance de la banane au flétrissement bactérien de la banane en Afrique. MAAP - 2003 - Analyse de Risque Phytosanitaire - Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum - Flétrissement bactérien du bananier.

WIKIPEDIA - Banana Xanthomonas wilt. Banana Xanthomonas Wilt (BXW), or banana bacterial wilt (BBW) or enset wilt is a bacterial disease caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum.[1] After being originally identified on a close relative of banana, Ensete ventricosum, in Ethiopia in the 1960s,[2] BXW emanated in Uganda in 2001 affecting all types of banana cultivars.

WIKIPEDIA - Banana Xanthomonas wilt.

Since then BXW has been diagnosed in Central and East Africa including banana growing regions of: Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Burundi, and Uganda.[3] Of the numerous diseases infecting bananas, BXW alongside banana bunchy top virus has been the most devastating in recent years. Global concern arose over the livelihoods of African banana farmers and the millions relying on bananas as a staple food when the disease was at its worst between the years 2001 and 2005.

Symptoms[edit] Transmission[edit] KENYATTA UNIVERSITY - 2007 - thèse en ligne : The Status of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt (Xanthomonas campestris pv musacearum) in western Kenya. KENYATTA UNIVERSITY - 2007 - thèse en ligne : Key Factors Responsible for the Xanthomonas Wilt Epidemic on Banana in East and Central Africa. NEW AGRICULTURIST - SEPT 2006 - Banana bacterial wilt - refining the 'road map' for control.

Approximately one third of Uganda's banana growing land is now affected by bacterial wiltCABI Bioscience Banana bacterial (Xanthomonas) wilt, first detected in Uganda in 2001, has since spread rapidly.

NEW AGRICULTURIST - SEPT 2006 - Banana bacterial wilt - refining the 'road map' for control

Approximately one third of Uganda's banana growing land is now affected by the disease, which renders fruit inedible and ultimately kills the plant. The Ugandan government has been praised for its promptness in attempting to control the spread, but despite these efforts, and the encouraging success of control in some areas, the risk of further spread, both within and beyond Uganda, remains. Strengthening and refining the control effort is now clearly essential, but how should this be done, where are the research priorities, and what action should be taken by Uganda's neighbours?

In July this year an expert consultation of senior stakeholders from policy, research and disease control, was convened at the UK's Central Science Laboratory near York. The story so far - spread and impact. AFRICAN CROP SCIENCE JOURNAL - 2006 - Potential of infected banana parts to transmits Xanthomonas campestris pv musacearum. XVII reuniao Internacional da Associaçao par a Cooperaçao nas pesquisas sobre banana no Caribe e na America Tropical - 2006 - SY.

Références AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

UNIVERSITE DE TOULOUSE 15/05/09 Thèse en ligne : Analyse d'un nouveau système CUT impliqué dans l'acquisition et l'utilisation d. Références AFRICAN CROP SCIENCE JOURNAL. UNIVERSITE CATHOLIQUE DU GRABEN - 2008 - Mémoire en ligne : Cartographie et niveau de sensibilite varietale du Banana Xanthomona. Bénis soit l'éternel tout puissant, créateur de l'univers, lui qui est, qui était et qui sera, car il continue à nous accorder son souffle de vie gratuitement que son nom soit loué.

UNIVERSITE CATHOLIQUE DU GRABEN - 2008 - Mémoire en ligne : Cartographie et niveau de sensibilite varietale du Banana Xanthomona

Il est ingrat de notre part de boucler ce travail sans adresser nos sincères remerciements à toutes les personnes qui de loin, ou de près, se sont investie dans sa réalisation. Professeur Docteur Ingénieur NDUNGO VIGHERI Laurent ; vous avez eu la gentillesse de nous guider dans ce travail durant une année. Qu'il nous soit permis de vous exprimer ici tous nos remerciements ainsi que l'expressions de notre profond respect. Nous n'oublions pas également la contribution tant morale, matérielle que financière des personnes ci-après : o Toutes les autorités académiques de l'Université Catholique du Graben ; o Notre chère mère Marie Joséphine ANEWA et notre père Albert BAKWANAMAHA pour tout ce qu'ils ont toujours été pour nous ; New Disease Reports (2007) 14, 52. Presence of banana bacterial wilt (Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum) in Rwanda. New Disease Reports (2007) 14, 52. R H. Reeder1*, O. Opolot2, J.B. Muhinyuza3, V. Poster-BXW-Systemicity. ISHS - SPREAD OF XANTHOMONAS CAMPESTRIS PV. MUSACEARUM IN BANANA (MUSA SPP.) PLANTS FOLLOWING INFECTION OF THE MALE INFLORESCENC.

BIODIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL - 2008 - An analysis of the risk from Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum to banana cultivation in. Biodiversity international - Guide Xw (texte en français). African Crop Science Conference Proceedings - 2007 - Methods for disinfecting tools in Management of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt Dis. New Disease Reports (2009) 19, 25. Identification of Xanthomonas vasicola (formerly X. campestris pv. musacearum), causative org.

New Disease Reports (2009) 19, 25. B.A. Carter1, R. Reeder2, S.R. Mgenzi3, Z.M. Kinyua4, J.N. 1 Food and Environmental Research Agency (formerly Central Science Laboratory), Sand Hutton, York, YO41 1LZ, UK2 Global Plant Clinic, CABI, Bakeham Lane, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9TY, UK3 Agricultural Research and Development Institute, P.O.Box 16, Bukoba, Tanzania4 Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, NARL Kabete, P.O. *julian.j.smith@csl.gov.uk Accepted: 06 Apr 2009 Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum (Xcm) causes a disease on banana (Musa spp.) and enset (Ensete spp.) known as banana xanthomonas wilt (BXW).Recent studies have shown that Xcm is a strain of X. vasicola (Aritua et al., 2008). In Tanzania, the disease was first reported in the Kagera region of north west Tanzania, bordering Lake Victoria, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi, in September 2005 (Mgenzi et al., 2006).

Reference cultures are held by the UK National Collection of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, Accession Nos. EFSA 12/03/08 Évaluation du risque phytosanitaire réalisée par la France sur Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum considéré p. ACTAHORT - 2008 - MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF XANTHOMONAS CAMPESTRIS PV. MUSACEARUM, THE CAUSAL AGENT OF XANTHOMONAS WILT OF BANAN. ISHS - CONTROL OF BANANA XANTHOMONAS WILT DISEASE USING GENETIC ENGINEERING.