INCREASED RATES OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN LOCALIZED REGIONS OF A BARLEY LEAF INFECTED WITH BROWN RUST

@inproceedings{Scholes1986INCREASEDRO,
  title={INCREASED RATES OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN LOCALIZED REGIONS OF A BARLEY LEAF INFECTED WITH BROWN RUST},
  author={Julie Diane Scholes and John F. Farrar},
  year={1986}
}
SUMMARY The rate of photosynthesis was examined in whole leaves of barley infected with brown rust (Puccinia hordei Otth.) and within localized regions of the infected leaf, within brown rust pustules and in regions between them, from flecking to green island formation. In addition, oxygen evolution was measured from localized regions of a rusted leaf after feeding with inorganic phosphate (Pi) to investigate the hypothesis that fungal sequestration of Pi from the host cytoplasm may, totally… CONTINUE READING

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