Patho-histological observations of panicle blast of rice caused by Pyricularia oryzae

Horino, O.; Shindo, K.

Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan 37: 21-23


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The rachis and rachis branch were invaded through the stomata. Infection hyphae were frequently found in parenchymatous tissues. Hyphal growth in diseased glume tissue was vigorous in parenchyma and inner epidermis and poor in the outer epidermis. It was assumed that the germ tubes of conidia on the outer epidermis penetrated through the space between the lemma and palea.