Der Infektionsverlauf von Uromyces phaseoli bei anfälligen und resistenten Bohnensorten

@article{Mendgen1978DerIV,
  title={Der Infektionsverlauf von Uromyces phaseoli bei anf{\"a}lligen und resistenten Bohnensorten},
  author={Kurt Mendgen},
  journal={Journal of Phytopathology},
  year={1978},
  volume={93},
  pages={295-313}
}
  • K. Mendgen
  • Published 1978
  • Biology
  • Journal of Phytopathology
Der Infektionsverlauf bei Rostpilzen ist allgemein bekannt. Zahlreiche Untersuchungen (siehe MENDGEN 1973) deuten darauf hin, daß jeder Rostpilz auf die für ihn typische Art und Weise in das Blatt eindringt und dort Hausto­ rien ausbildet. Bei Uromyces phaseoli var. vignae, dem Rost der Kuhbohne, wurde genau beschrieben, wie sich der Keimschlauch der Uredospore auf der Blattoberfläche verhält, die Spaltöffnung aufsucht und durch diese ins Blattinnere eindringt (HEATH 1974). Auf Grund der… Expand
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