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Pseudomonas syringae: Quiz

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Question 1: aptata attacks beets ________.
BeetrootBeetSpinachGarlic

Question 2: Artificial strains of P. syringae known as ________ have been created to reduce frost damage.
Ice-minus bacteriaPlasmidDNAGenetically modified organism

Question 3: P. syringae can cause water to freeze at temperatures as high as −1.8°C[7], but strains causing ice ________ at lower temperatures (down to −8°C) are more common[8].
NucleationCrystal growthFreezingSupersaturation

Question 4: aesculi attacks horse chestnut ________,[13] causing Bleeding Canker of Horse Chestnut.
Aesculus hippocastanumEuropeNorwayGreece

Question 5: syringae attacks Syringa, ________ and Phaseolus species.
CherryRosaceaePrunusPlum

Question 6: P. syringae have ina (ice nucleation-active) genes that make Ina proteins which translocate to the outer bacterial ________ on the surface of the bacteria where the Ina proteins act as nuclei for ice formation[8].
PlastidCell envelopeChloroplastCell wall

Question 7: [12] It itself has three host-specific pathovars: fraxini (which causes ash canker), nerii (which attacks ________), and oleae (which causes olive knot).
PlantApocynaceaeAdeniumNerium oleander

Question 8: It is known to secrete the lipodepsinonapeptide plant toxin syringomycin,[3] and it owes its yellow fluorescent appearance when cultured in vitro on King's B medium to production of the ________ pyoverdin.
ChelationBacteriaSiderophoreHemoglobin

Question 9: It is a member of the ________ genus, and based on 16S rRNA analysis, P. syringae has been placed in the P. syringae group[1].
PseudomonasBacteriaPseudomonas aeruginosaPseudomonas syringae

Question 10: pisi attacks peas ________.
PeaDietary fiberLentilBean







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