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Ultrastructural studies of pathogenesis and uredinial development of melampsora larici populina and melampsora medusae on poplar and melampsora coleosporioides and melampsora epitea on willow

Ultrastructural studies of pathogenesis and uredinial development of melampsora larici populina and melampsora medusae on poplar and melampsora coleosporioides and melampsora epitea on willow

New Zealand Journal of Botany 23(1): 117-134

Light, transmission and scanning electron microscopy were used to study pathogenesis and uredinial development of M. larici-populina, M. medusae, M. coleosporioides and M. epitea. Pathogenesis and uredinial development in each of the 4 Melampsora spp. were similar. Hyphae ramified intercellularly throughout leaf tissue and haustoria were formed from mother cells which adhered closely to cell walls. Penetration pegs invaginated the host cell plasma membrane and extensive wall deposits formed occasionally. The haustorial neck was bridged with a dark-staining band located mid-way along the neck. The wall of the haustorial body was bilayered and its cytoplasm was identical with that of intercellular hyphae. Haustoria in invaded cells were surrounded with ribosome-studded endoplasmic reticulum. Uredinia developed from a layer of subepidermal initial cells which divided twice (sometimes 3 times) across the vertical axis to form 3 cells viz., a proximal peridial cell, a central intercalary cell, and a distal sporogenous cell. Intercalary cells formed electron-lucent inclusion bodies before disintegrating. Spore buds from sporogenous cells extended into positions formerly occupied by intercalary cells forming urediniospore initials. These initials divided unequally forming an immature urediniospore and a smaller pedicel cell. The urediniospore expanded and developed thickened echinulate walls. Successive urediniospores arose sympodially. Clavate, smooth-walled paraphyses were abundant in uredinia. These arose from cells in the base of the uredinium and like peridial cells were formed only with the 1st generation of urediniospores. When ruptured the epidermis peeled back to reveal an intact lining of moribund peridial cells.

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