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Hyphal anastomosis between the isolates belonging to AG 2-2 of Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn



Hyphal anastomosis between the isolates belonging to AG 2-2 of Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn



Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido National Agricultural Experiment Station (137): 73-80



In this group, hyphal anastomosis between the same isolates showed perfect fusion with c. 21 min and as a result cytoplasmic connection was established. In cases of imperfect fusion there was no cytoplasmic fusion following the fusion of cell walls; one or both of the fused cells became granulated, dying within c. 90 min. The process of cell death started soon after cell wall dissolution, following the contact of the cell walls, and the cell died as soon as the vacuoles collapsed.

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