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Histopathology of Seed-Borne Infections

Histopathology of Seed-Borne Infections by Dalbir Singh
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INTRODUCTION
The Seed
Microorganisms in Seed
Histopathology
References
REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES AND SEED FORMATION
Flower
Sterile Appendages
Fertile Appendages
Nectaries
Ovule
Development and Structure of Female Gametophyte
Fertilization
Seed Development
Seed Coat Development in Selected Genera
Concluding Remarks References
STRUCTURE OF SEEDS
Constitution of Seeds
External Morphology
Internal Morphology
Seed Structure in Selected Families
Concluding Remarks
References
PENETRATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF FUNGI IN SEED
Environments of Ovule and Seed
Nature of Pathogen
Seed Infection in Developing Seeds
Avenues of Infection in Threshed Seeds
Mechanism of Penetration of Ovary/Fruit and Ovule/Seed Surfaces
Concluding Remarks
References
LOCATION OF FUNGAL HYPHAE IN SEEDS
Severity of Infection and Location
Primary Sites of Colonization
Host-pathogen Interactions
Mixed Infections
Colonization of Seed Tissues
Endophytes
Implication of Internal Infection
Concluding Remarks
References
SEED INFECTION OF BACTERIA
Penetration
Histopathology of Infected Seeds
Survival in Seed
Concluding Remarks
References
SEED INFECTION BY VIRUSES
Infection and Multiplication
Cellular Contacts, Isolations and Transport Systems in Ovule and Seed
Virus Movement
Location in Reproductive Shoot, Ovule and Seed
Cytopathological Effects
Inactivation and Longevity of Viruses in Seed During Maturation and Storage
Concluding Remarks
References
SEED INFECTION BY NEMATODES
Penetration by Nematodes
Histopathology
Association of Nematodes and Bacteria
Survival in Seed
Concluding Remarks
References
PHYSIOGENIC OR NON-PATHOGENIC SEED DISORDERS
Mineral Nutrient Deficiency
Humidity Effects
Concluding Remarks
References
MICROTECHNIQUES IN SEED HISTOPATHOLOGY
Choice of Material
Determination of Identity of Internal Mycelium
Seed Softening
Histological Methods
Procedures for Preparing Some Reagents and Stains
References
CRC Press; June 2004
297 pages; ISBN 9781420038170
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Title: Histopathology of Seed-Borne Infections
Author: Dalbir Singh; S. B. Mathur
 
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