Differentiation of aecidiospore-and uredospore-derived infection structures on cowpea leaves and on artificial surfaces by Uromyces vignae

@inproceedings{StarkUrnau2008DifferentiationOA,
  title={Differentiation of aecidiospore-and uredospore-derived infection structures on cowpea leaves and on artificial surfaces by Uromyces vignae},
  author={Martina Stark-Urnau and Mendgen},
  year={2008}
}
STARK-URN AV, M., and MENDGEN, K. 1993. Differentiation of aecidiosporeand uredospore-derived infection structures on cowpea leaves and on artificial surfaces by Uromyees vignae. Can. J. Bot. 71: 1236-1242. Aecidiospores and uredospores are the two dikaryotic spore fonus of the cowpea rust fungus Uromyees vignae. After germination they can be induced to develop a series of infection structures including appressoria, infection hyphae, and haustorial mother cells. Haustoria are then fonned within… CONTINUE READING

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