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Picocides we control Bacteria, Insects, Fungi, and Virus Control. We have listed the pathogens we control by categories. This is our first draft and this website will get better. We are adding the bacteria, fungi, virus and insects now so please come back as it will take about 7 days and its 1-1-2018 now! The Carbon Atom is the worker!
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Total Atoms Per Acre Atoms Per Foot Atoms Per Sq Inch Total Atoms 416,931,197,021,738,000,000,000 12,063,981,395,304,900,000 83,777,648,578,506,400 The Carbon(C) 376,071,939,713,608,000,000,000 10,881,711,218,565,000,000 75,567,439,017,812,800 Nitrogen (N) 33,354,495,761,739,100,000,000 965,118,511,624,394,000 6,702,211,886,280,520 Phosphorus (P) 667,089,915,234,781,000,000 19,302,370,232,487,900 134,044,237,725,610 Potassium (K) 958,941,753,149,998,000,000 27,747,157,209,201,300 192,688,591,730,565 Calcium (Ca) 875,555,513,745,650,000,000 25,334,360,930,140,300 175,933,062,014,864 Magnesium (Mg) 667,089,915,234,781,000,000 19,302,370,232,487,900 134,044,237,725,610 Sulfur (Su) 625,396,795,532,607,000,000 18,095,972,092,957,400 125,666,472,867,760 Zinc (Zn) 25,015,871,821,304,300,000 723,838,883,718,296 5,026,658,914,710 Manganese (Mn) 50,031,743,642,608,600,000 1,447,677,767,436,590 10,053,317,829,421 Iron (Fe) 75,047,615,463,912,900,000 2,171,516,651,154,890 15,079,976,744,131 Copper (Cu) 4,169,311,970,217,380,000 120,639,813,953,049 837,776,485,785 Boron (B) 16,677,247,880,869,500,000 482,559,255,812,197 3,351,105,943,140 Sodium (Na) 250,158,718,213,043,000,000 7,238,388,837,182,960 50,266,589,147,104 Chlorine (Cl) 500,317,436,426,086,000,000 14,476,777,674,365,900 100,533,178,294,208 Molybdenum (Mo) 416,931,197,021,738,000,000 12,063,981,395,304,900 83,777,648,578,507 Aluminum (Al) 488,893,521,627,690,000,000 14,146,224,584,134,600 98,237,670,723,157 Silicon (SI) 300,857,551,770,886,000,000 8,705,368,974,852,040 60,453,951,214,250
About The Editor
This 700 page volume is developed on the broad theme of plant-associated bacteria. It is envisioned as a resource volume for researchers working with beneficial and harmful groups of bacteria associated with crop plants. The book is divided into two parts. Part I (9 chapters) on beneficial bacteria includes chapters on symbiotic nitrogen fixers, diazotrophs, epiphytes, endophytes and rhizosphere bacteria and deleterious rhizobacteria. Part II (8 chapters) consists of detailed descriptions of 8 genera of plant pathogenic bacteria: Agrobacterium, Clavibacter, soft-rot Erwinia, Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas, Ralstonia, Burkholderia and Acidovorax & Herbaspirillum. There is an opening chapter on the plant-associated bacteria survey, molecular phylogeny, genomics and recent advances. And each chapter includes terminology/definitions, molecular phylogeny, methods that can be used (both traditional and latest molecular tools) and applications.
About the Author
The Editor, Sam Gnanamanickam, is a plant pathologist and a rice biotechnologist. He obtained his Ph.D degree in plant pathology from the University of Hawaii in 1976. On his return to India he took up a lecturer's position in plant pathology at the Centre for Advanced Studies in Botany of the University of Madras, India in 1978 and has moved up as Reader and Professor in the same Department. He has had postdoctoral training at Agriculture Canada (1980-82) and was a Visiting Scientist at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Los Banos, Philippines during 1987-89. He was associated with the International Rice Biotechnology net-work program supported by the Rockefeller Foundation for 10 years (1990-2000) which helped him to develop collaborative research with several advanced laboratories on molecular breeding of rice and biological control of rice diseases. He was accepted as an Adjunct Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Arizona in 2004 and was elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi in 2005. His earlier book on Biological Control of Crop Diseases was published by Marcel Dekker, NY, 2002.
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