Transfer of Xanthomonas campestris pv. arecae and X. campestris pv. musacearum to X. vasicola (Vauterin) as X. vasicola pv. arecae comb. nov. and X. vasicola pv. musacearum comb. nov. and Description of X. vasicola pv. vasculorum pv. nov.

  • Authors : Studholme, D.J.; Wicker, E.; Abrare, S.M.; Aspin, A.; Bogdanove, A.; Broders, K.; Dubrow, Z.; Grant, M.; Jones, J.B.; Karamura, G.; Lang, J.; Leach, J.; Mahuku, G.; Nakato, G.V.; Coutinho, T.; Smith, J.; Bull, C.T.

  • Document type : Journal article

  • Year of publication : 2020

  • Journal title : Phytopathology

  • Volume (number) : 110 (6)

  • Pages : 1153-1160

  • Peer-reviewed : Yes

  • ISSN : 0031-949X

  • Language(s) : English

  • Abstract : We present an amended description of the bacterial species Xanthomonas vasicola to include the causative agent of banana Xanthomonas wilt, as well as strains that cause disease on Areca palm, Tripsacum grass, sugarcane, and maize. Genome-sequence data reveal that these strains all share more than 98% average nucleotide with each other and with the type strain. Our analyses and proposals should help to resolve the taxonomic confusion that surrounds some of these pathogens and help to prevent future use of invalid names.


  • Open access : Yes

  • Document on publisher's site : open View article on publisher's site

  • Musalit document ID : IN200078

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