Initial Infection and Colonization of Leaves and Stems of Cling Peach by Tranzschelia discolor.

@article{SotoEstrada2005InitialIA,
  title={Initial Infection and Colonization of Leaves and Stems of Cling Peach by Tranzschelia discolor.},
  author={Alejandra Soto-Estrada and Helga F{\"o}rster and Darleen A Demason and James E. Adaskaveg},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 8},
  pages={942-50}
}
ABSTRACT Initial infection processes and the subsequent colonization of leaves and young stems of peach by Tranzschelia discolor were studied. On leaves where multiple disease cycles of peach rust occur during the growing season, urediniospores germinated after 4 h of wetness. Germ tubes became septate and formed appressoria only over leaf stomata beginning… CONTINUE READING