By J. A. Callow
This quantity of Advances in Botanical learn incorporating Advances in Plant Pathology comprises 5 stories on a number of issues including:* Foliar Endophytes and Their Interactions with Host vegetation, with particular connection with the Gymnospermae* vegetation looking for sun* The Mechanics of Root Anchorage* Molecular Genetics of Sulphate Assimilation* Pathogenecity, Host-specificity, and inhabitants Biology of Taesia spp, Causal brokers of Eyespot disorder of Cereals
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In some instances, however, some time may pass between penetration and the start of such a parasitic relationship, which is then referred to as a latent, dormant, or quiescent infection (Verhoef, 1974). The latent period is defined as the time from infection until the expression of macroscopic symptoms, or as a prolonged incubation period (Sinclair and Cerkauskas, 1996). Only fungi colonizing living tissue can potentially be termed latent pathogens (Kowalski and Kehr, 1996). Many pathogens undergo an extensive phase of asymptomatic growth along with colonization and then latent infection before symptoms appear (Sinclair and Cerkauskas, 1996).
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