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Histological changes induced by Meloidogyne javanica and Fusarium species on roots of selected leguminous plants



Histological changes induced by Meloidogyne javanica and Fusarium species on roots of selected leguminous plants



Egyptian Journal of Phytopathology 1982; 12(1/2): 43-47



Invasion of M. javanica alone into roots of broad bean and cowpea caused much damage to plant tissues and caused the formation of thick-walled, multinucleate giant cells with granular cytoplasm. Hyperplastic tissues were formed around hypertrophied cells. Roots of broad bean infected by F. oxysporum or roots of cowpea infected by F. solani alone showed that the fungal invasion was confined to the epidermis with poor fungal growth in the cortex. Vascular bundles were free from mycelium.

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