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Plant Pathology: Infection Process
... openings in the plant's surface, such as wounds or stomatal pores. Plant viruses are often transported and introduced into the ... a wound. Pathogenic bacteria and nematodes often enter through stomatal pores when there is a film of moisture on the ... stomatal vesicle, from which infection hyphae emerge and form haustoria in surrounding cells. Also vulnerable to pathogen invasion are hydathodes, pores ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Passive Defenses
... . The thickness of the cuticle, the presence of secondary cell wall, and the size of stomatal pores can all affect the success with which a pathogen invades a host. Some plants invest ...
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