|Title:||Fastidious Prokaryotes and Their Insect Vectors on Diseases of Important Crops-A Review||Authors:||Chung-Jan Chang
|Keywords:||fastidious prokaryotes;xylella fastidiosa;ca. liberibacter spp.;spiroplasmas;phytoplasmas;huanglongbing;hemiptera;glassy-winged sharpshooter;pierce’s disease of grape;citrus variegated chlorosis;bacterial leaf scorch of blueberry||Issue Date:||Oct-2013||Publisher:||行政院農委員會動植物防疫檢疫局、中華民國植物病理學會、國立中興大學植物病理學系||Start page/Pages:||151-160||Source:||2013重要作物病原檢測暨管理研討會專刊||Conference:||2013重要作物病原檢測暨管理研討會||Abstract:||
The prokaryotes were the earliest organisms on earth. They are still dominant the biosphere today because their collective biomass outweights all eukaryotes combined at least tenfold and there are more prokaryotes inhabiting a handful of fertile soil or the mouth or skin of a human than the total number of people who have ever lived. They thrive in habitats that are too cold, too hot, too salty, too acidic, or too alkaline for any eukaryote because of their genetic diversity that allow them to inhabit many environments.
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