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Effect of Pseudomonas tabaci on the metabolism of starch in tobacco leaves
Year:
1963
Source of publication :
Nature
Authors :
Lovrekovich, L.
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Volume :
197
Co-Authors:
Lovrekovich, L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Klement, Z., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Farkas, G.L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
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917
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Total pages:
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Abstract:
IN the host tissues infected by various plant pathogens, including viruses, bacteria and fungi, as a rule starch accumulates around the infection area 1-3. By contrast, the toxin-induced chlorotic halo formed in White Burley tobacco leaves infected by Pseudomonas tabaci (Wolf and Foster) Stevens fails to show any starch reaction (Fig. 1). The low starch content of the affected area was also shown by quantitative chemical determination4 (Table 1). The assays were made 7 days after needle inoculation. © 1963 Nature Publishing Group.
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DOI :
10.1038/197917a0
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
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Language:
English
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31211
Last updated date:
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Effect of Pseudomonas tabaci on the metabolism of starch in tobacco leaves
197
Lovrekovich, L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Klement, Z., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Farkas, G.L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest, Hungary
Effect of Pseudomonas tabaci on the metabolism of starch in tobacco leaves
IN the host tissues infected by various plant pathogens, including viruses, bacteria and fungi, as a rule starch accumulates around the infection area 1-3. By contrast, the toxin-induced chlorotic halo formed in White Burley tobacco leaves infected by Pseudomonas tabaci (Wolf and Foster) Stevens fails to show any starch reaction (Fig. 1). The low starch content of the affected area was also shown by quantitative chemical determination4 (Table 1). The assays were made 7 days after needle inoculation. © 1963 Nature Publishing Group.
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