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Histo- and cytochemical study of the changes in Ditylenchus destructor and in the host-tissue during D. destructor infection on potato

Histo- and cytochemical study of the changes in Ditylenchus destructor and in the host-tissue during D. destructor infection on potato

Fitogel' mintologicheskie issledovaniya: 57-65

The morphological and biochemical changes which occur in the tissue of potato tubers at different stages of Ditylenchus destructor infection are described. These changes indicate a disruption of normal metabolic processes and, in particular, of the metabolism of nitrogen compounds and nucleic acids and in the oxidative-reductive reactions.

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