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Nanotechnology in plant disease management: DNA-directed silver nanoparticles on graphene oxide as an antibacterial against Xanthomonas perforans.
I. Ocsoy, M. Paret, +4 authors W. Tan
Published 2013
Materials Science, Medicine

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Bacterial spot caused by Xanthomonas perforans is a major disease of tomatoes, leading to reduction in production by 10-50%. While copper (Cu)-based bactericides have been used for disease management… Expand
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