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Histopathology of resistant and susceptible soybean hypocotyls inoculated with Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae



Histopathology of resistant and susceptible soybean hypocotyls inoculated with Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae



Phytopathology 64(7): 971-975



When hypocotyls of resistant (Harosoy 63) and susceptible (Harosoy) cvs. were examined by light and electron microscopy 3 days after inoculation, all tissues of the latter were ramified by both inter- and intracellular hyphae. Parenchyma near the site of infection was completely disorganized, but vascular tissues and cells with secondary walls remained intact even when heavily infected.

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