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Histopathology of strawberry infected with Colletotrichum fragariae

Histopathology of strawberry infected with Colletotrichum fragariae

Phytopathology 72(11): 1434-1439

Resistant and susceptible strawberry cultivars were inoculated with C. fragariae and examined histologically. The susceptible reaction on Surecrop was characterized by intercellular and extracellular growth of the fungus in the cortex and vascular tissue resulting in cellular collapse and necrosis. Sporulation was abundant 7 days after inoculation. Infection of the crown from petioles was primarily through the vascular tissue after 14 days.

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