Ethylene-Induced Chlorosis in the Pathogenesis of Bipolaris sorokiniana Leaf Spot of Poa pratensis.

@article{Hodges1984EthyleneInducedCI,
  title={Ethylene-Induced Chlorosis in the Pathogenesis of Bipolaris sorokiniana Leaf Spot of Poa pratensis.},
  author={C F Hodges and Landon W. Coleman},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={462-5}
}
Endogenous ethylene of Poa pratensis leaves infected by Bipolaris sorokiniana was evaluated as a factor in leaf chlorosis during pathogenesis. Detectable increases in endogenous ethylene of leaves of intact plants under normal ambient pressure occurred 12 hours after inoculation and was maximum at 48 hours; from 48 to 96 hours the ethylene progressively… CONTINUE READING