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A peculiar case of progressive tissue alterations and reactions in young elm tissue following inoculation with Ophiostoma novo-ulmi.
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In inoculated elm trees, some including recurrent infections, pronounced alterations of tissue regularly occurred at the cambium level. This paper shows one of the most outstanding case of cell distortions related to pronounced ray cell hypertrophy that contained large irregular nuclei and variously altered cell content. These disorders were observed to be increasingly greater the farther the cells involved were from the subtended invaded vessel elements, including the production of all kinds of adventitious, wavy wall layers in these cells. These alterations were also associated with the occurrence of P-elements in middle lamellae and often across wall layers reaching into the cell content.
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