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Relation of stomata to infection of tobacco leaves by Bacterium tabacum



Relation of stomata to infection of tobacco leaves by Bacterium tabacum



Phytopath 30(3): 268-272



If tender leaves of vigorous tobacco plants are atomized with Bact. tabacum when the stomata are closed they develop little infection; similar leaves, atomized when the stomata are open, become severely infected. During some rain storms stomata are open, and during others they are closed, depending perhaps on light intensity. It is suggested that natural infection by bacteria carried in windblown rain may occur only when stomata are open.

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