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Colletotrichum


Colletotrichum



Fungal pathology: 127-148



This review focuses on the current research on infection process of Colletotrichum species, with overall emphasis on how signal transduction influences pre-penetration morphogenesis, including conidiation, conidial attachment, conidial germination, germ tube formation, and appressorial differentiation. Post-penetration biotrophic and necrotrophic growth patterns are also described.

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