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The Anatomy of the Avocado Pedicel and the Localization of Diplodia Mycelium
Year:
1970
Source of publication :
Botanical Gazette
Authors :
שיפמן-נדל, מינה
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Volume :
131
Co-Authors:

Tova Arzee and Yehudit Cohen

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From page:
50
To page:
54
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Total pages:
5
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Abstract:

Avocado fruit is often attacked during softening by Diplodia natalensis, which causes stem-end rot. The pedicel anatomy and the localization of the fungal mycelium in various tissues were studied in artificially inoculated pedicels. Mycelium was found to be present in most tissues of the pedicel. Vessel elements of the pedicel seem to serve as the main route of fungal penetration. In the vessels the mycelium advances mainly via perforation plates and to some extent through pits. The intrusion into fibers, sclereids, and parenchyma cells is similarly through pits. The anatomy of the pedicel and that of the stem were compared.

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Related Files :
Avocado
Diplodia
fungi
mycelium
pedicel
Persea americana
plant diseases and disorders
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Article number:
0
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Publication Type:
מאמר
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Language:
אנגלית
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56771
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The Anatomy of the Avocado Pedicel and the Localization of Diplodia Mycelium
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Tova Arzee and Yehudit Cohen

The Anatomy of the Avocado Pedicel and the Localization of Diplodia mycelium

Avocado fruit is often attacked during softening by Diplodia natalensis, which causes stem-end rot. The pedicel anatomy and the localization of the fungal mycelium in various tissues were studied in artificially inoculated pedicels. Mycelium was found to be present in most tissues of the pedicel. Vessel elements of the pedicel seem to serve as the main route of fungal penetration. In the vessels the mycelium advances mainly via perforation plates and to some extent through pits. The intrusion into fibers, sclereids, and parenchyma cells is similarly through pits. The anatomy of the pedicel and that of the stem were compared.

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