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Induced Activity of Pathogenesis Related (PR) Proteins in Aphid Galls

@article{Inbar2003InducedAO,
  title={Induced Activity of Pathogenesis Related (PR) Proteins in Aphid Galls},
  author={M. Inbar and R. Mayer and H. Doostdar},
  journal={Symbiosis},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={293-300}
}
The favorable abiotic conditions within aphid galls may provide an optimal microhabitat for pathogenic microorganisms such as fungi and bacteria. Pathogens, especially fungi may be one of the main sources of mortality of the aphid gall-formers. We found high levels of pathogenesis related (PR) proteins in the tissue of galls induced by the aphids Smynthurodes betae (West.), Forda riccobonii (Stephani), and in particular Slavum wertheimae HRL (Homoptera: Pemphigidae: Fordinae) on Pistacia… Expand

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