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Ralstonia solanacearum race 3 biovar 2

Upon completion of the Ralstonia solanacearum race 3 biovar 2 (R3bv2) module, learners will have achieved the following learning objectives:
  • Be familiar with signs and symptoms of R3bv2.
  • Know where to submit suspect R3bv2 samples.
  • Understand the communication protocols associated with R3bv2.
  • Be familar with R3bv2 status as a select agent.
  • Be familiar with management strategies for R3bv2 and other related organisms.
Educational and research objectives for the Ralstonia solanacearum race 3 biovar 2 (R3bv2) project include the following:
  • Develop rapid, robust, and reliable diagnostic assays for R3bv2, using both immunological and DNA-based approaches.
  • Identify R3bv2 genes involved in cold adaptation and growth in plant hosts, using a microarray-based postgenomic approach.
  • Develop a package of optimized educational and management module that will educate stakeholders to detect, exclude, and manage, the pathogen.

Module Credits
Project Leader: Caitlyn Allen (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Educational Program: Patrice G. Champoiseau, Howard Beck, Timur M. Momol (University of Florida/IFAS); Carrie L. Harmon (SPDN, University of Florida/IFAS)

Research Program: Jeffrey B. Jones (SPDN, University of Florida/IFAS); Patrice G. Champoiseau (University of Florida/IFAS); Weihong Tan (University of Florida); Mark Schell, Tim P. Denny (University of Georgia); Anne M. Alvarez, Gabriel D. Peckham (University of Hawaii)

Project Collaborators: Mike Klopmeyer (Ball Horticulture), Lin Schmale (Society of American Florists), Philip H. Berger (USDA-APHIS-PPQ)

Publication Date: December 2009

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