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Variations of symptom in relation to the moment of infection of datura stramonium by a mycoplasma



Variations of symptom in relation to the moment of infection of datura stramonium by a mycoplasma



Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France Lettres Botaniques 128(4-5): 279-286



The experimental infection of D. stramonium L. by the Ma strain of solanaceous Stolbur causes yellowing of leaves and ramifications changes and several modifications of the floral morphogenesis (accrescent calyx, proliferations with supernumerary flowers..). These symptoms follow the evolution standard model of mycoplasma disease. The manifestation and sequence of this morphosis depended on the time when the pathogenic-host relationship is established. The environmental conditions were responsible for these variations.

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