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Susceptibility-inducing factor(s) in ethyl acetate extract from germination fluids of Pyricularia oryzae as determinants of basic compatibility in rice blast



Susceptibility-inducing factor(s) in ethyl acetate extract from germination fluids of Pyricularia oryzae as determinants of basic compatibility in rice blast



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 61(3): 185-188



Ethyl acetate (EtOAc) extract of germination fluids of P. oryzae induced infection by non-pathogenic Alternaria alternata to rice leaves. When spores of A. alternata were inoculated with EtOAc extract to rice leaves, lesions caused by infection of A. alternata appeared. The higher the concn of EtOAc extract was, the more the lesions formed.

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