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Systemic resistance of cucumber to anthracnose induced by Colletotrichum lagenarium and tobacco necrosis virus is graft transmissible



Systemic resistance of cucumber to anthracnose induced by Colletotrichum lagenarium and tobacco necrosis virus is graft transmissible



Ky Agric Exp Sta, Lexington, Annu Rep 91: 129



Induced resistance of cucumber variety SMR58 was transmissible to an untreated scion of the same variety grafted onto the infected plant above the first true leaf even when grafting preceded the inducing inoculation. Scions grafted onto rootstocks inoculated with C. lagenarium, which were excised below their cotyledons did not become resistant. Resistance in susceptible varieties was induced by grafting onto inoculated but not onto uninoculated resistant rootstocks.

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