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Details of the development of endoconidia were basically the same in Endoconidioma populi and Phaeotheca fissurella. In both species, endoconidiogenesis involved (i) subdivision of conidiogenous mother cells by septation to form two to several daughter cells; (ii) accumulation of an electrondense...
Endomembrane system of aspen roots plays a key role in defense against a common fungal endophyte Cryptosporiopsis radicicolaDownload
The host-endophyte interaction between roots of aspen (Populus tremuloides) andCryptosporiopsis radicicola was examined primarily by transmission electron microscopy. Hyphae growing on the exterior of the inoculated roots had a thick, electron-dense, adhesive sheath. At hyphal contact and...