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Anatomical studies in common scab of potato



Anatomical studies in common scab of potato



Bioved 2(2): 113-114



Four types of potato scab (caused by Streptomyces spp.) were recognized: deep, superficial, raised and russet types. In most superficial lesions a single wound barrier of 5-6 layers of cells was observed, and most of the parenchymatous cells in the centre of the lesion and to a certain distance below the wound contained no starch granules. More wound barriers were observed in deep lesions.

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