Induced accessibility and enhanced inaccessibility at the cellular level in barley coleoptiles. XIII. Significance of haustorium formation by the pathogen Erysiphe graminis for induced accessibility to the non-pathogen E. pisi as assessed by nutritional manipulations

N. Yamaoka, K. Toyoda, I. Kobayashi, H. Kunoh

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