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Effect of environmental conditions on 35S uptake by Triticum aestivum and transfer to Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici during primary infection

, : Effect of environmental conditions on 35S uptake by Triticum aestivum and transfer to Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici during primary infection. Physiological Plant Pathology 5(1): 19-26

Light is necessary at specific times during primary infection for synchronous development of E. graminis f.sp. tritici on wheat. The effects of the environment on the uptake and translocation to the epidermis of labelled S and its subsequent transfer to the pathogen were studied. Treated leaf sections and epidermal strips incubated in light yielded 20 and 4.5 X 104 ct/min, respectively; this is more than twice the ct/min for plants incubated in darkness.


DOI: 10.1016/0048-4059(75)90066-1

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