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What bacteria causes crown gall disease?


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2010-07-12 17:37:41
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Agrobacterium tumefaciens

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Karl F. Kellerman has written: 'Methods of legume inoculation' -- subject(s): Nitrifying bateria, Soil inoculation 'The relation of crown-gall to legume inoculation' -- subject(s): Crown-gall disease, Nitrifying Bacteria

A gall is usually a growth on a plant that is caused by the secretions of an bacteria, larva, or other parasite and it harmless to the plant or tree, except for the disfigurement.

The gallbladder is a sac located under the liver. It stores and concentrates bile produced in the liver. Bile help the body digest fats. It releases fat from the gallbladder into the upper small intestine in reaction to food. This conditions causes slow or obstructed flow of bile out of the gallbladder result in gallbladder disease. Gall bladder disease causes inflammation, infection, stones, or obstruction of the gallbladder.One of the major causes for the gall bladder disease is gallstones. Gallstones are mainly formed due to the excess of cholesterol in the bile or incomplete emptying of the gall bladder. In some cases, gallstones are formed when the gall bladder removes too much water from the stored bile. The diseased gall bladder can't sustain its normal activity and the process of digestion is perturbed.

A.Tumefaciens affect only dicots because the injured (infected) cells of dicots secrete a phenolic chemical known as Acetosyringone. This chemical is not secreted by the monocot cells or is secreted in a very low quantity which causes low efficiency of the disease (Crown Gall Disease) says the main cause is celiac disease. It also may mean Irritable Bowel Syndrome, parasitic infections or gall bladder disease.

your gall blader will stop working and you will have a stone or a gall blader disease.

the disease in which stones start forming in the gall bladder

abnormal outgrowths of plant tissues and can be caused by nematodes is gall and nodule is formad by nitragen fixtion bacteria.

This is a good question and need edit by expert. You have bacteremia in first week of typhoid. The bacteria probably settle there in gall bladder at that time. Cholecystitis is probably favoured by gall stones in the gall bladder.

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because they have bacteria in their digestive tract which secrete cellulase enzyme to digest cellulose... so they dont need gall bladder in their digestion...

Typically, an endocrinologist would not diagnose and treat gall bladder disease. Endocrinologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of the metabolism and endocrine system. For treatment of gall bladder disease, it would be best to seek the treatment from a doctor who specializes in gastroenterology.

It causes the release of bile into the small intestine from the gall bladder.

Gall stones prevent bile from moving out of the gall bladder into the small intestine, the absence of bile causes the pale faeces.

Lower right hand side abdomen pain and itching could be caused by several things. One item may be a problem with the gall bladder, such as gall stones or gall bladder disease.

something that causes you to have a bitter or highly unpleasant experience. Gall and wormwood are plants that were often referred to for their bitter taste in the Bible and Shakespeare. (The modern word gall now refers to bile, rather than a plant.)

Bile is secreted by liver and is stored in gall bladder.

Could be Gall Bladder stone or Liver disease.

There are many causes of pain on the left side of ribs: oesaphagitis and reflux, pancreatitis and stomach ulcers, angina and heart disease, chest infections, shingles, fibrositis, referred pain from spine and occasionally from gall bladder disease and irritable bowel. A detailed investigation is needed to establish the cause of pain.

Gall stones are indeed inside the gall bladder. They are buildups of cholesterol that over time bind together and form small 'stones' the size of small pebbles. About 60% of adults have gall stones and don't even know it. When fatty foods are eaten, the gall bladder contracts and squirts bile into the small intestine to aid in digestion. A person does not need to have a high cholesterol level to have gall stones. Sometimes, as the gall bladder contracts to squirt bile, a stone obstructs the small tube that goes from the gall bladder to the intestines. This is what causes the pain associated with gall bladder trouble. Many people will experience gall bladder pain once and never get the symptoms again in their lives. The only time for any real concern is if a person gets a fever and chills at the same time as gall bladder pain, as this can indicate an infection. Then a visit to the ER is in order. Gall Bladder pain is generally a gnawing pain just under the lower right ribs. It tends to last from 1 to 2 hours and occurs after having eaten.

drinking no water. Also holding in you pee for a long time

I am only familiar with Addison's disease in dogs. To the best of my knowledge it does not cause food allergies or a bad gall bladder. If a person/animal has not been diagnosed with Addison's Disease yet, some of the symptoms might mimic food allergies and gall bladder problems. The best thing to do is to contact you physician.

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Good question. Pancreatitis actually has many causes, only a few of which are gall-bladder related. So technically yes, you can still get pancreatitis even though you do not have a gall-bladder. Luckily if the original pancreatitis was caused by gall-stones, you can never have pancreatitis caused by them ever again, since you have had your gall bladder removed.

Bile is produced in the liver and stored in the gall bladder. The presence of lipids in the duodenum causes the release of bile. Ultimately the liver and gall bladder control the release of bile.

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