Effect of X-irradiation on citrus canker pathogen Xanthomonas citri subsp. Citri of satsuma mandarin fruits

Min A. Song, Jae Sin Park, Ki Deok Kim, Yong Chull Jeun

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Citrus canker caused by Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri (Xcc) is one of the most important bacterial diseases of citrus. Because citrus canker is not found in many countries including European Union and Australia, Xcc is strictly regulated in order to prevent its spread. In this study, the effects of X-irradiation on Xcc growth either in the suspension or on the surface of citrus fruits were investigated. The suspension containing 1×107 cfu/ml of Xcc was irradiated with different absorbed doses of X-irradiation ranging from 50 to 400 Gy. The results showed that Xcc was fully dead at 400 Gy of X-irradiation. To determine the effect of X-irradiation on quarantine, the Xcc-inoculated citrus fruits were irradiated with different X-ray doses at which Xcc was completely inhibited by an irradiation dose of 250 Gy. The D10 value for Xcc on citrus fruits was found to be 97 Gy, indicating the possibility of direct application on citrus quarantine without any side sterilizer. Beside, presence of Xcc on the surface of asymptomatic citrus fruits obtained from citrus canker-infected orchards was noted. It indicated that the exporting citrus fruits need any treatment so that Xcc on the citrus fruits should be completely eliminated. Based on these results, ionizing radiation can be considered as an alternative method of eradicating Xcc for export of citrus fruits.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)343-349
Number of pages7
JournalPlant Pathology Journal
Volume31
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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  • Citrus disease
  • Environment friendly
  • Exportation
  • Radioactivity
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Effect of X-irradiation on citrus canker pathogen Xanthomonas citri subsp. Citri of satsuma mandarin fruits. / Song, Min A.; Park, Jae Sin; Kim, Ki Deok; Jeun, Yong Chull.

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