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A genetic map for the cowpea strain on TMV.
Effects of calcium nitrate and chlortetracycline on papilla formation, ml-o resistance and susceptibility of barley to powdery mildew
Use of heat treatments in the study of acquired resistance to Tobacco mosaic virus in hypersensitive Tobacco.
The role of papillae in resistance to powdery mildew conditioned by the ml-o gene in barley. I: Correlative evidence
Distribution of hydrolytic enzymes at barley powdery mildew encounter sites: implications for resistance associated with papilla formation in a compatible system
Cell wall appositions and plant disease resistance: Acoustic microscopy of papillae that block fungal ingress.
- H. Israel, R. G. Wilson, J. Aist, H. Kunoh
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 April 1980
It is suggested that some wall appositions could serve in disease resistance as viscoelastic barriers to mechanical forces exerted by the special penetration structures of advancing pathogenic fungi.
Elemental composition of barley coleoptile papillae in relation to their ability to prevent penetration by Erysiphe graminis
Chlortetracycline and barley papilla formation: localization of calcium and alteration of the response induced by Erysiphe graminis
It is shown that Ca(H2PO4)2 may be directly inhibitory to host penetration from appressoria of Erysiphe graminis f.
Studies in the genus Strossmayeria (Helotiales). 5. Conidia and conidiogenesis in Pseudospiropes: a light and electron microscope investigation
Conidiogenesis and conidial morphology in two Pseudospiropes species, anamorphs of two unnamed Strossmayeria species, were studied using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, and for one…