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Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. 1. The effect oi Bacterium solanacearum on the water relations of plants



Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. 1. The effect oi Bacterium solanacearum on the water relations of plants



Proc. roy. Soc. Vict, 53: 2, 268-299



In studies on the effect of Bacterium solanacearum on the water relations of tomato and potato plants, particularly in relation to speed of infection and the development of leaf epinasty and wilting, it appeared that transpiration in infected and control plants made parallel progress until several leaves of the infected plants showed epinasty and uni-or bilateral wilting. As more leaves became affected, the rate of transpiration gradually fell.

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