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The physiology of host-parasite relations. XI. The effect of stem rust on the phosphate fractions in Wheat leaves



The physiology of host-parasite relations. XI. The effect of stem rust on the phosphate fractions in Wheat leaves



Canad. J. Bot, 40: 7, 975-985



At Univ. Sask. inorganic, organic, and total P increased in healthy Little Club wheat leaves during ageing (6-18 days). Infection by Puccinia graminis race 15B increased total P, particularly at the sites of rust pustules. The ratio of inorganic to organic P was lowered by infection, but acid-soluble bound P, easily-hydrolysable P, lipid P, RNA-P, and residual organic P were all increased.

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