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Histological studies on the relation between roots of some susceptible and resistant cotton varieties and Fusarium oxysporum f. vasinfectum (Atk). II. Relation of the pathogen to root tissues of two wilt-resistant cotton varieties



Histological studies on the relation between roots of some susceptible and resistant cotton varieties and Fusarium oxysporum f. vasinfectum (Atk). II. Relation of the pathogen to root tissues of two wilt-resistant cotton varieties



Agricultural Research Review 49(3): 171-178



In two wilt-resistant varieties, no fungal hyphae were found on the roots, and an extract from the roots was inhibitory to fungal growth in culture. This extract could be isolated from any region of the root in Ashmouni (Gossypium barbadense), but in Acala 4-42 (G. hirsutum) was only present in the main part, excluding the root-hair zone and root tip.

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