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Histochemical reactions in barley mutants and initial varieties on inoculation with barley mildew



Histochemical reactions in barley mutants and initial varieties on inoculation with barley mildew



Nordsk Jordbrugsforskning 64(1): 44-48



A study of ml-o mutants revealed that on inoculation with Erysiphe graminis they produce larger amounts of callose in epidermal cells (other than guard cells) than do susceptible plants but that the occasional colonies formed (initiated at the stomata) are of type 4.

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