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The effect of Uromyces Phaseoli var. typical (Arthur) infection on photosynthate translocation in Phaseolus vulgaris L.

McGill University
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  • Plant Pathology.
  • Biology
  • Medicine


The elucidation of the nature of host pathogen relations is a problem of great theoretical and practical importance. One of the most promising lines of research for this problem seems to be in the field of physiological studies, in which the affects of infection on the metabolism of a host plant are studied. In most cases, metabolic studies which have been carried out on the nature of disease had to be performed on detached organs, detachment of which prevents the movement of materials in and/or out or the organ from taking place, i.e. prevents translocation.

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