Cyclical systemic colonization inVerticillium-infected tomato

@article{Heinz1998CyclicalSC,
  title={Cyclical systemic colonization inVerticillium-infected tomato},
  author={R. Heinz and Shin-Woo Lee and A. Saparno and R. Nazar and J. Robb},
  journal={Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology},
  year={1998},
  volume={52},
  pages={385-396}
}
Abstract It is generally believed that Verticillium moves slowly up a plant through spore trapping sites in the vascular tissue in a stepwise fashion. In a resistant plant, rapid defence responses around these sites slow pathogen growth and often restrict the fungus to the root and stem base. In a susceptible plant, the fungus escapes and eventually proliferates logarithmically in the upper stem and leaves. In the present study Craigella tomatoes were infected with Verticillium albo-atrum… Expand
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