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Suppression of haustorium formation of Peronospora parasitica in Japanese radish root tissues pretreated with inhibitors of calcium ion dependent metabolism



Suppression of haustorium formation of Peronospora parasitica in Japanese radish root tissues pretreated with inhibitors of calcium ion dependent metabolism



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 60(2): 253-256



Effects of inhibitors of calcium-dependent metabolism on haustorium formation of Peronospora parasitica in Japanese radish root tissues were investigated. When the root tissues were pretreated with chlortetracycline, EGTA and Na-3VO-4, respectively, haustorium formation of the fungus was suppressed. The suppression by chlortetracycline was restored by addition of a calcium ionophore or a protein kinase activator. These results suggested that haustorium formation of P. parasitica might be closely related to calcium-dependent metabolic process in host.

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