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hyphal appressoria

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New Disease Reports - First report of powdery mildew (Oidium spp.) on greater celandine (Chelidonium majus) in Hungary
... (Fig. 2). During conidial germination, short germ tubes were produced apically terminating in lobed appressoria. Hyphal appressoria were lobed or multi-lobed (Fig. 3). The teleomorph stage was not found. Specimens ... of the powdery mildew anamorph infecting greater celandine (bar represents 30 Ám) Figure 3: Hyphal appressoria of the pathogen found on greater celandine (bar represents 10 Ám) No well- ...
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Plant Pathology Glossary
... abiotic factors such as extremes of heat, light, moisture, lack of nutrients etc. Appressorium (pl. Appressoria) an enlarged fungal filament that adheres to the surface of the host, prior to penetration ... a structure found in some plant parasitic fungi. The penetration peg is a specialised, narrow, hyphal strand located on the underside of an appressorium that penetrates the epidermal cell wall. ...
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Mycology - Structure and Function - Wall Composition
... to hydrophobic (waxy) plant surfaces, enabling attachment of spores prior to formation of appressoria. The attachment properties make hydrophobins extremely important in morphogenic development. The exposed hydrophobic ... hydrophobin genes are expressed at different times. In Schizophyllum the protein found in the hyphal wall differs from that expressed in the tubes of the basidiocarp. Genes are ...
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On-Line Glossary: A
... An asexual (usually conidial) stage in the life cycle of a fungus. (15) anastomosis. (= hyphal fusion). Fusion of somatic hyphae; characteristic of most Dikaryomycota. (Pl. anastomoses.) (12) aneuploid ... germ tube that attaches itself to the host before penetration takes place. (Pl. appressoria.) (15) arbuscule. Of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae: a much-branched, microscopic haustorial structure of ...
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