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Pseudomonas syringae Genome Resources Home Page

P. syringae is a Gram negative, plant-pathogenic bacterium, strains of which are noted for their diverse and host-specific interactions with different plant species. Specific strains are assigned to one of the over 50 known pathovars based on their ability to infect different plant species. This site is a portal to genome biology resources for sequenced P. syringae strains.

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NSF-PGRP supported Biological Resources:
including publications and
plant defense gene characterization


Pathovar
Strain
DiseaseHostsPrimary ContactSequencer Status
(link to NCBI)
ongoing curation
tomato bacterial speck tomato, Arabidopsis
Alan Collmer TIGR closed intensive
syringae brown spot bean Steven Lindow JGI closed occasional
phaseolicola halo blight bean John Mansfield TIGR closed occasional
aceris MAFF302273 - maple
UNC-CH
draft none
actinidae J-35 bacterial canker kiwi
NZ IPFR
see Psa page to view none
actinidae NZ V-13 bacterial canker kiwi
NZ IPFR
see Psa page to view none
actinidae LV-5 bacterial canker kiwi
NZ IPFR
see Psa page to view none
actinidae MAFF302091 bacterial canker kiwi
UNC-CH
draft none
actinidae NCPPB3739 bacterial canker kiwi
CRA-FRU
draft none
actinidae NCPPB3871 bacterial canker kiwi
CRA-FRU
draft none
actinidae CRA-FRU bacterial canker kiwi
CRA-FRU
draft none
actinidae KW41 bacterial canker kiwi
VBI
draft none
actinidae CFBP 7286 bacterial canker kiwi
VBI
draft none
actinidae CH2010-6 bacterial canker kiwi
VBI
draft none
actinidae CH2010-6 bacterial canker kiwi
VBI
draft none
aesculi
2250
European horse chestnut
Sainsbury
none
aesculi
NCPPB 3681
leaf spot
Indian horse chestnut
Sainsbury
none
aptata DSM50252 - beet
UNC-CH
none
avellanae BP631 hazelnut decline hazelnut
U-Toronto
none
avellanae Ve013 hazelnut decline hazelnut
U-Toronto
none
avellanae Ve037 hazelnut decline hazelnut
U-Toronto
none
Cit7 - - -
UNC-CH
none
glycinea race 4 bacterial blight soybean Youfu Zhao UI-UC
none
glycinea B076 bacterial blight soybean Youfu Zhao UI-UC
none
japonica MAFF301072 - barley
UNC-CH
none
lachrymans MAFF301315 - cucumber
UNC-CH
none
lachrymans MAFF302278 - cucumber
UNC-CH
none
maculicola ES4326 - cabbage
UNC-CH
none
mori MAFF301020 - mulberry
UNC-CH
draft none
morsprunorum MAFF302280 - cherry
UNC-CH
draft none
oryzae
1_6
-
rice
UNC-CH
none
panici LMG 2367 - millet
Zhejiang Univ
draft none
phaseolicola
1644R
-
bean
U Arizona
none
pisi 1704B - pea
UNC-CH
draft none
savastanoi
NCPPB 3335
olive
Madrid
none
syringae
FF5
-
-
Sainsbury
none
syringae 642 -
-
VBI
draft
none
syringae B64 -
wheat
IPB Zurich
draft
none
tabaci
ATCC11528
tobacco
Sainsbury
none
tabaci
6605
tobacco
Sainsbury
none
theae NCPPB 2598 -
camellia sinensis
VBI
draft none
tomato
tomato
VBI
minimal
tomato NCPPB1108 -
tomato
VBI
draft none
tomato Max13 -
tomato
VBI
draft none
tomato K40 -
tomato
VBI
none
- BRIP 34876 rot
barley
CSIRO
draft none
- BRIP 34881 rot
barley
CSIRO
draft none
- BRIP 39023 symptomless
wheat
CSIRO
draft none
- CC1557 -
N. benthaminana
U Arizona
closed none
- CC1583 -
barley
U Arizona
draft none
- CC1466 -
wheat
U Arizona
draft none

All P. syringae genomes registered at NCBI (including those in process)
P. coronafaciens group (1), P. savastanoi group (5), P. syringae group (14), P. syringae group genomosp 3
group (11)


What's new on this site
See list of recent updates to the structure, tools and databases on this site

Plant defense-related genes. Using large-scale forward-genetic screens, Nicotiana benthamiana genes have been identified that compromise PAMP-triggered immunity when silenced. Information on these genes can be found at the link in the Quick Links section above.

Annotating a new P. syringae genome? Contact the PPI site administrator with questions about annotation of Type III effectors and helpers to avoid perpetuating poor annotations in public databases. 280 new and validated Hop sequences recently added to Database - Hops. An unformatted version of the Hops database has also been generated for easy sorting of fields
A model of P. syringae-host interactions based upon comprehensive Gene Ontology annotation of Hop effector proteins. Downloadable format now available. See Modeling host-pathogen interactions with Gene Ontology Annotation.
8th International Conference on Pseudomonas syringae pathovars and related pathogens (Aug 31-Sept 3, 2010 in Oxford UK)
(photos - login with password "goDC3000")
SEE THE DISEASE
Photos of bacterial speck, upstate NY, August, 2009 (ppt) photo credits: Chris Smart, NYSAES, Cornell Univ
Pseudomonas syringae at IPM Images


Magdalen Lindeberg
PPI Project Coordinator
Dept Plant Pathology
Cornell University
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