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Electrolyte leakage from Texas male sterile and normal cytoplasm corn leaves infected with Helminthosporium maydis races O and T



Electrolyte leakage from Texas male sterile and normal cytoplasm corn leaves infected with Helminthosporium maydis races O and T



Phytopathology 62(7): 751-752



The rate of electrolyte leakage after 20 h was greater for Texas male-sterile (Tcms) than for normal (N) maize leaves inoculated with race T or race O of H. maydis (Cochliobolus heterostrophus); leakage rates were higher with race T inoculum than with race O inoculum. With race T, the first measurable increase in leakage occurred 13-14 h after inoculation for Tcms leaves compared with 18-20 h for N leaves.

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