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Use of ovule culture as a model for cotton-Aspergillus flavus interactions



Use of ovule culture as a model for cotton-Aspergillus flavus interactions



Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences, USA: 35-37



Incubation of cultured ovule tissue with A. flavus for 7 d produced a distinct hypersensitive reaction in the host tissue. Peroxidase may play an important role in the interaction between plant and fungus. Peroxidase secretion is a fungal stress-induced phenomenon which occurs in vitro and in vivo. Up to x20 as much peroxidase was produced by cotton ovule cultures inoculated with A. flavus compared with non-infected cultures.

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