Molecular differentiation in pea powdery-mildew haustoria

  title={Molecular differentiation in pea powdery-mildew haustoria},
  author={Andrew Mackie and Angela M. Roberts and James A. Callow and Jonathan R. Green},
Monoclonal antibodies have been raised against haustorial complexes isolated from pea (Pisum sativum L.) leaves infected by the biotrophic powdery mildew fungus Erysiphe pisi D.C. Immuno-localisation studies, using isolated haustorial complexes and infected pea leaf material, have shown that one of the antibodies, designated UB7, binds to fungal wall and plasma membranes present in both haustoria and mycelia. However, a second antibody, UB8, binds specifically to the haustorial plasma membrane… CONTINUE READING


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