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Biochemical elements of Plant-Parasite Relationships
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1. The Germ Tube and Appressorium (Figs 1 and 2) Fine structure studies of B. lactucae show that before penetration, the outer surfaces of the wall of the germ tube a n d appressorium are n o t sharply defined (Fig. 4). This probably results from secretion through the wall of substances which assist in attaching the germ tube a n d appressorium to the surface of the host (Figs 5 a n d 6). The structure of the cytoplasm of the germ tube immediately behind the apex is not unusual, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, dictyosomes a n d lipid droplets being the major c o m p o n e n t s ; nuclei are a b u n d a n t a n d small vacuoles are present (Fig.
Biochemical Aspects of Plant–Parasite Relationships. Proceedings of The Phytochemical Society Symposium University of Hull, England April, 1975 by J. Friend