Histopathology of red crown rot of soybean

  title={Histopathology of red crown rot of soybean},
  author={Ryo Yamamoto and A. Nakagawa and Shinji Shimada and Setsuko Komatsu and Seiji Kanematsu},
  journal={Journal of General Plant Pathology},
Histopathological analyses of red crown rot (RCR) of soybean were performed using field-grown and indoor-grown soybean plants. These analyses revealed that soybean plants formed a periderm to prevent pathogen invasion. When a break formed in the periderm, an additional periderm newly differentiated into the inner cells and prevented pathogen invasion. If the pathogen reached the intravascular tissues, some xylem parenchyma cells died, and the vessels were occluded by gum. Periderm formation and… CONTINUE READING


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