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This can be achieved either through AHL production in planta or by engineering plants with the ability to degrade AHL molecules. The latter approach is particularly promising as a mechanism to confer disease resistance to Erwinia species. The degree of communication within and between mixed bacterial communities and the role that naturally produced plant metabolites may have upon this communication are likely to be fruitful areas for research in the coming years.

I thank James Newton for reviewing the manuscript. Thin layer chromatogram showing the range of AHLs produced by various Erwinia carotovora species. After chromatography, AHLs were located by overlaying the chromatogram with agar seeded with the Chromobacterium violaceum strain mutant for cviI the gene required for AHL synthesis.

The presence of AHLs is indicated by complementation of the mutation and restoration of the production of the purple pigment, violacein. The sensitivity of the C. The photograph shows the leaves 4 d after infection. Inhibition of quorum sensing responses. In B, the well contains water whilst in C it contains a crude strawberry extract. Inhibition of antibiotic production an AHL response is revealed by growth of the E.

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