Erwinia (family Enterobacteriaceae) A genus of Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria which are typically motile with many flagella. They are found mainly as saprotrophs or parasites in association with plants. The genus includes some important plant pathogenes, e.g. the causal agents of fire-blight and of soft rots of carrots, potatoes, etc.
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