Wound-induced traumatic resin duct development in stems of Norway spruce (Pinaceae): anatomy and cytochemical traits.

@article{Nagy2000WoundinducedTR,
  title={Wound-induced traumatic resin duct development in stems of Norway spruce (Pinaceae): anatomy and cytochemical traits.},
  author={Nina Elisabeth Nagy and Vincent R. Franceschi and Halvor Solheim and Trygve Krekling and Erik Christiansen},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2000},
  volume={87 3},
  pages={302-13}
}
Wounding of Norway spruce by inoculation with sterile agar, or agar containing the pathogenic fungus Ceratocystis polonica, induced traumatic resin duct formation in the stem. Visible anatomical responses occurred in the cambium 6-9 d post-inoculation. Near the inoculation site cellular proliferation, polyphenolic accumulation, and lignification were induced as a wound reaction to seal the damaged area. Five centimetres from the inoculation site cells in the cambial zone swelled and divided to… CONTINUE READING
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