cobb's disease

cobb's disease
\\ˈkäbz-\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized C
Etymology: after Nathan A. Cobb died 1932 American biologist
: a disease of sugarcane caused by a bacterium (Xanthomonas vascularum) and characterized by a slime in the vascular bundles accompanied by dwarfing, streaking of leaves, and decay — called also sugarcane gummosis

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