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The Non-Specific Nature of Defense in Bark and Wood During Wounding, Insect and Pathogen Attack
Lack of knowledge of the nature of a host response when attacked by a pathogen* is the major factor contributing to the inadequate understanding of disease. In this chapter, evidence is presented toExpand
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A new tissue essential to necrophylactic periderm formation in the bark of four conifers
Impermeability to OSO4 of periderm-free zones around the feeding sites of balsam woolly aphid (BWA), Adelges piceae, in the bark of Abies, was caused by a non-suberized impervious tissue (NIT). NITExpand
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Effect of Water Stress on the Rate of Non-suberized Impervious Tissue Formation Following Wounding in Abies grandis
The formation of non-suberized impervious tissue (NIT) at injuries, regardless of the cause, is an integral part of the process of periderm formation. Interference with this process is asso ciatedExpand
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Cryofixation reveals uniqueness of reddish-purple sequent periderm and equivalence between brown first and brown sequent periderms of three conifers
Three types of periderms, brown first periderm (bfp), reddish-purple sequent periderm (rsp), and brown sequent periderm (bsp) were distinguished in Abies amabilis, Abies grandis, and TsugaExpand
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Solvents for anthocyanidin chromatography.
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New concepts and terminology of coniferous periderms: necrophylactic and exophylactic periderms
Field observations were made on wound and pathological periderms, regardless of the causal agent, and periderms formed at abscission zones, old resin blisters and rhytidomes in Abies amabilis (Doug...
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The anthocyanins and anthocyanidins of the pericarp and aleurone tissues of one white, three blue, two purple, and two black barley varieties were isolated by paper chromatography. Two anthocyanins,Expand
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Thin layer chromatography of anthocyanidins. I. Techniques and solvents for two-dimensional chromatography.
  • D. Mullick
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of chromatography
  • 1969
Abstract Microcrystalline cellulose Avicel SF proved to be an excellent adsorbent for two-dimensional thin layer chromatography of anthocyanidins. Of the large number of solvents, those solventExpand
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