Rust haustoria as sink in plant tissues or - how to survive in leaves

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IGOR TIKHONOVICH ET AL., , ed.. Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions. 4. St. Paul, Minn., 2004, pp. 177-179
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The plant pathogenic rust fungi differentiate haustoria within cells of their host plants. These structures are assumed to be special adaptations for the nutrition of these biotrophic parasites with highest metabolic activity. Here we present genes and corresponding proteins involved in nutrition of Uromycesfabae. In addition, we have identified haustorium-specific genes that encode proteins with putative secretion signals. One of these gene products is transferred from the haustorium into the infected plant cell nucleus and might be involved in signalling phenomena between host and parasite.

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ISO 690STRUCK, Christine, Ralf T. VOEGELE, Matthias HAHN, Kurt MENDGEN, 2004. Rust haustoria as sink in plant tissues or - how to survive in leaves. In: IGOR TIKHONOVICH ET AL., , ed.. Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions. 4. St. Paul, Minn., 2004, pp. 177-179
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  title={Rust haustoria as sink in plant tissues or - how to survive in leaves},
  address={St. Paul, Minn.},
  booktitle={Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions},
  pages={177--179},
  editor={Igor Tikhonovich et al.},
  author={Struck, Christine and Voegele, Ralf T. and Hahn, Matthias and Mendgen, Kurt}
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