Induced accessibility and enhanced inaccessibility at the cellular level in barley coleoptiles. XIV: Evidence for elicitor(s) and suppressor(s) of host inaccessibility from Erysiphe graminis

@inproceedings{Kobayashi1995InducedAA,
  title={Induced accessibility and enhanced inaccessibility at the cellular level in barley coleoptiles. XIV: Evidence for elicitor(s) and suppressor(s) of host inaccessibility from Erysiphe graminis},
  author={Issei Kobayashi and Hiroyuki Watanabe and Hitoshi Kunoh},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract The release of elicitors and suppressors by Erysiphe graminis , the powdery mildew pathogen of barley, was investigated by microscopy in combination with micromanipulation. The elicitors enhance inaccessibility whereas the suppressors prevent the action of the elicitors. Conidia were deposited onto barley coleoptiles and incubated for intervals that varied from 1-8 h. These conidia were termed the inducer conidia since they determined whether their presence would induce the cells of… CONTINUE READING