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Morphological and cytological features of some wilt pathogens related to the infection process in their hosts
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This paper presents a variety of characteristics of fungal elements in plants affected with wilt and some canker diseases, which appear to depart at some point from current notions on the subject. Thus, plant tissue colonization was regularly associated with microhyphae, fungal elements delimited by thin walls if any, and with opaque matter, either lining vessel walls or spreading through other cells walls. The thick layers often circumscribing fungal elements was shown to mostly originate from these and not necessarily be due to host compounds. Observations are presented that fungal cell nuclei, in developing hyphae, may not initially be circumscribed by a distinct nuclear envelope, a condition which could favour spreading of nuclear material into fungal elements of various shapes and sizes or to be bridged by similar unbound matter.
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