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Cytological aspects of compatible and incompatible interactions between cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) seedlings and isolates

28 April 2021

Summary

The isolates were obtained international chestnut market in the 1950s, but even from anthracnose lesions of cashew and associated host more so in the 1970s, mainly in the dry season of the plants in Brazil, and had been previously identified (by year, after government incentives for the development cultural, morphological and partial sequences of their of cashew nut and juice processing (ALBUQUERQ. [...] The leaves and stems of cashew seedlings Studies of the disease in compatible interactions (60-days-old) of the clone CCP-1001 × LARS-905 of other pathosystems have shown that the type and (member of C. [...] Note the non deformation of the cuticle (Cu), the removal of the appressorium during the resin embedding procedure, and a thin primary hypha (TPH) expanding from an infection peg (IP) during the penetration of the papilla (× 20,000, Bar=2.0 µm). [...] LM of the incompatible interaction of the isolate LARS-905 of the C. [...] gloeosporioides complex, and hypersensitive cell death are responses that could also showed that 6 h after the inoculation, a germ tube contribute to the epidermal resistance of cashew emerged from the conidium of this fungus and a globular against the invasion of the studied isolates of the C.

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